Royal baby: Kate Middleton and Prince William ask media for privacy after Princess Charlotte’s birth

Kate and William have left Kensington Palace with their kids, Princess Charlotte and Prince George, on May 6 for their 10-bedroom country home Anmer Hall.

After the royal couple headed to their estate in Norfolk, they realesed a letter to the press requesting privacy.

On Thursday BBC posted the letter which reads:

“Dear Sir/Madam, As you are aware, Anmer Hall is part of the Sandringham Estate, which is a private estate and whilst in residence, members of the Royal Family and their guests have a more than reasonable expectation of privacy.

There have in the past been a number of intrusions into the privacy of the Royal Family, which in the main have been as a result of professional photographers using long distance lenses, not only to observe the Royal Family, but also to photograph them going about their activities on the Estate. Following warnings given to photographers and the photographic agencies involved, the position has greatly improved. However, we would remind you again of the position. The Sandringham Estate trusts that there will not be a need to take any further action other than bringing these points to your attention.
With the above matters in mind, we would reiterate the clear request for acts of harassment and breaches of privacy to cease.

Communications Secretary to TRH The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.”

Norfolk Police officers have distributed copies of the letter on behalf of the royal couple, BBC News reports.

Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, or Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, came into the world on May 2.