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The court in a Paris suburb ruled Tuesday that three photographers and three newspaper executives invaded the privacy of the duchess, formerly known as Kate Middleton, by taking and publishing the photos.
The duchess, and her husband Prince William, had been seeking 1.5 million euros (nearly $1.8 million) in damages.
William and Catherine appeared to have had their hand forced to announce the pregnancy because of the 35-year-old duchess’s morning sickness.
Harry and Meghan will likely also spend some quality time with the duke and duchess' children, Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, 2.
There are a few common denominators: Is there a duke or duchess in the house?
The court also ordered the defendants to pay damages to the duchess and her husband Prince William, but the amount was significantly lower than that sought by the royal family.
No details were immediately available about when the third baby is due, though the duchess is less than 12 weeks pregnant.
The palace announcement noted, perhaps indecorously, but in keeping with the more open style of today’s royals, that the duchess, as with previous two pregnancies, is suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, or severe morning sickness.
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