Prince William filmed yelling at photographer over ‘stalking’ kids during ‘peaceful’ bike ride

A video of Prince William yelling at a photographer for "stalking" his kids as he, Kate and the children enjoyed a "peaceful" family bike ride last year has emerged, causing Kensington Palace to slam the video as a "breach of privacy".

The video is believed to have been recorded in January 2021 as the family rode their bikes on the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, on which the Duke and Duchess' home Anmer Hall resides.

In the clip, which was uploaded to YouTube and viewed over 20,000 times but has now been deleted, the Duke of Cambridge, 40, could be seen getting irate with the photographer after he spotted him.

The photographer tried to deny any wrongdoing, telling the future King: "I've just realised who it was and I've just stopped", to which Prince William responded: "You didn't, you have been looking for us."

The snapper further denied he had been looking for the family, saying: "I promise you I've not been near your house."

Kate Middleton, 40, was also heard getting angry off-camera, as she said: “We are out for a bike ride with our children, we saw you by our house.”

The photographer, who was also off-camera, said that he wasn't doing anything wrong and was using public roads.

Prince William could then be heard saying: “How dare you behave like you have done with our children? How dare you? Stalking around here looking for us and our children?"

“I’m out for a quiet bike ride with my children on a Saturday and you won’t even give me your name. You’re outrageous, you’re disgusting, you really are…Why are you here?

“Thanks for ruining our day…I thought you guys had learnt by now."

Prince William was then reportedly seen contacting a member of his team as he said into his phone: "Yeah I need you here, I've had an altercation with a photographer. He's filming me. I'm right next to him now. Thanks for ruining our day."

According to The Telegraph, Kensington Palace had slammed the video as a "breach of the family's privacy" and the newspaper also reported that its staff had been trying to get the video removed, which now it seems to have been.

Prince William and Kate Middleton are parents to Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis, four.

Despite being the future King and Queen of England, the couple are known for wanting to raise their three children in as normal a way as possible, regardless of their prominence in the royal family.

They are astute when it comes to sharing their children with the press and public, sporadically releasing intimate photographs of the children, often taken by Kate, in exchange for a certain level of privacy on non-official engagements.


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