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This video of Prince William in a rage, getting angry with a photographer at Sandringham

2022-06-30T11:38:51.663Z

A video of Prince William very angry in the face of a paparazzi has been circulating on social networks since the beginning of the week. Deleted by YouTube at the request of Kensington Palace, it nevertheless reappeared on Tiktok…



Don't mess with William!

A video posted this week on social networks, which has gone viral, shows a completely different facet of the personality of the future king of England, usually very content and civilized.

We can see the Duke of Cambridge furiously attacking a paparazzi who broke into the family estate of Sandringham to, it seems, photograph him, his wife and his children, during a walk by bike.

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“You were spying on us, you were looking for us!

[…] How dare you behave like this with our children, how dare you?

asks William, taken aback and very angry in front of the photographer who then seems to lose his means.

If we do not see his wife Kate in the image, we can however hear it: “We were on a bike ride with our children, and we saw you near our house”, deplores the Duchess of Cambridge. .

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“You are outrageous, you are disgusting!”

And William to add: "You are scandalous, you are repulsive!".

At the same time, he tries to reach his security service and then asks the photographer how he got to their domain.

The paparazzi justifies himself by explaining that he took a public road.

"Thank you for ruining our day

...

I thought you had learned from your mistakes over time," Charles and Diana's son concluded.

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The scene is filmed by the paparazzi himself, Terry Harris.

Filmed in January 2021, therefore, it was only released on June 27, 2022 on YouTube.

In a statement dated June 28, Kensington Palace called the photographer's actions a breach of privacy, before requesting the removal of the video from the YouTube platform - which complied.

But the images were rebroadcast on Tiktok and taken up, as well, by many platforms.

The British media have a tacit agreement with the royal family that they must not publish "invasive" or unofficial photos of the royal family or their children.

The trauma of Princess Diana's death remains in everyone's memory.

Source: lefigaro

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