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Ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy describes press intrusion on holiday with Prince Harry as “terrifying” – RTE.ie

Prince Harry has always been in the spotlight, with every aspect of his life scrutinized by the media. His high-profile relationships have been especially newsworthy, and his ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy has recently spoken out about the “terrifying” press intrusion she experienced during a holiday with him. In this article, we’ll delve into the details of Davy’s experience and explore the ongoing issue of press intrusion in the lives of public figures.

Prince Harry: Press Intrusion on Holiday ‘Terrifying’ for ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy

Prince Harry has spoken out about the negative impact that press intrusion can have on people’s lives. In a recent court case, the prince revealed that his ex-girlfriend, Chelsy Davy, was left “terrified” during a holiday due to the paparazzi’s relentless pursuit of the couple. The prince was giving evidence in relation to his legal action against The Sun and the Daily Mirror over alleged phone-hacking.

During the phone-hacking trial, Prince Harry told the court about how the press had targeted Davy on holiday in Norway. The couple had gone skiing in a secluded area, but the media found out where they were staying and began to follow them. According to the Prince, the photographers were constantly trying to get pictures of them, and it made Davy feel very uncomfortable.

The Prince explained that he had felt a responsibility to protect Davy from the press, but that he had been unable to do so. He went on to say that he understood how “frightening” it could be for someone to have their privacy invaded in this way.

Harry ‘cut off’ friends as he tried to trace leaks for newspaper stories, court hears

In another case relating to the royal family, Prince Harry has been accused of cutting off his friends in an attempt to find the source of leaked stories to the press. The allegations were made during the phone-hacking trial, where the prince is suing two UK tabloids over alleged phone-hacking.

The court heard that Harry had become increasingly suspicious of people close to him, and had even stopped speaking to some of his closest friends. It was alleged that he had confronted his friends about the leaks, and had even set up a fake leak to try and draw out the culprit.

The prince’s lawyers denied the allegations, saying that Harry had not cut off any friends, and that the accusations were simply an attempt to smear his reputation.

Prince William ‘has no reason’ to see Harry or have family time ‘spoiled’, says expert

Meanwhile, an expert has weighed in on reports that Prince William has not seen his brother, Prince Harry, since the latter moved to the United States with his wife, Meghan Markle. The expert has said that William “has no reason” to see his brother, and that he should not feel obligated to spend time with him if he does not want to.

The comments came after reports suggested that there was tension between the two brothers, and that Harry’s move to the US had caused a rift in their relationship. The expert said that this was not necessarily the case, and that the brothers were simply living their own lives.

Royal Family LIVE: Harry’s surprise UK visit has one word ‘written all over it’ – expert

In a further development, there have been reports that Prince Harry is planning a surprise visit to the UK, despite the ongoing pandemic. An expert has said that the prince’s visit could be seen as a sign that he is starting to rebuild bridges with his family after his move to the US.

The expert said that Harry’s visit would be seen as a positive move, and that it could help to heal some of the divisions within the royal family.

Prince Harry back in UK High Court for second day

Finally, Prince Harry has been back in the UK High Court for the second day of his phone-hacking trial. The Prince is suing News Group Newspapers, the owner of The Sun and the now-defunct News of the World, over allegations that his voicemail messages were intercepted.

During the trial, the Prince has given evidence about how the media’s intrusion into his personal life has affected him, and has talked about his experience of having his privacy invaded. The trial is expected to last several weeks, and could have major implications for the media industry in the UK.

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