Photo Agency apologizes to Harry and Meghan for touting photos of Archie after court case

According to an article published by Reuters today, Harry and Meghan have reached a settlement with photo agency X17 who took unauthorized pictures of Archie at the LA home Meghan and Harry were renting this past summer.  

Reuters reports that in court documents filed with Los Angeles County Superior Court photo agency X17 had agreed to stop distributing the images, which showed Archie with his maternal grandmother in a garden at the family's residence, and to turn over the original pictures and all copies. In addition, X17 apologized to the family.

"We apologize to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their son for the distress we have caused," X17 said in a statement. "We were wrong to offer these photographs and commit to not doing so again."


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