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One royal photographer explains why it's so hard to get photos of Meghan Markle - Page 26 of 36 - Kiwi Report

One royal photographer explains why it's so hard to get photos of Meghan Markle


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[post_page_title]Freedom of Information Act [/post_page_title]
In 2000, the British government put into effect the Freedom of Information Act, which states that essentially everyone has the right to request information from public authorities, and that the public authorities should be obligated to be public about some of their own information.

However, it was decided that Queen Elizabeth II, her husband Prince Philip, her children, and grandchildren, would all be exempt from this law. Meaning that Harry, and by extension Meghan, do indeed have some protection from people knowing everything about them.

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