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these images from the christening ceremony for the child of Britain's prince Harry and his wife Meghan on Saturday have created some minor controversy in the United Kingdom the photos of little out you were provided by the royal family and at face value they are just not family photos but they're also the only images of the event because the media want allowed near it not even to film the rest of the family's arrival critics say that's emblematic of a larger problem that's played out across tabloids and newspaper columns the issue is the did you conduct is of Sussex live off the tax payer money but that also very private people and then provide the same transparency as other members of the world take for example they refused to reveal the identity of all she's got parents , and recently it was revealed that renovations to the home a cottage on the grounds of wins a causal cost taxpayers some three million dollars prominent provocateur appears Morgan a host of the UK's good morning Britain and an outspoken critic of Markel has said the couple what playing games with the media , but the design privacy isn't without coals prince Harry has been quite open about the dislike of media attention particularly from the tabloids who's headlines run from almost idol worship to downright brutality his wife has been attacked on everything from falling out with her father to taste for avocados , prince William and his wife Kate a much more open to cameras they've also being targeted two years ago they won a lawsuit against the celebrity magazine closer which published topless photos of Kate taken by paparazzi holding me that otherwise private beach vacation