Harry and Meghan forced to move out of Cotswolds home due to intrusive photographs of hideaway, court hears

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were forced to move out of their Cotswolds hideaway after a paparazzi helicopter swooped over to take intrusive pictures, a court has heard.

The Grade II listed farmhouse, tucked away in four acres of private land in Oxfordshire, was rented by Harry and Meghan as they prepared for the arrival of their first child.

The royal couple were said to have selected the property due to the high levels of seclusion it afforded, which promised to keep away the prying lenses…
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