David Cameron has said the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge deserve "some privacy and some space" to bring up their children.
Kensington Palace has accused paparazzi photographers of harassing Prince George to gain lucrative photographs.
I am concerned and I have every sympathy with the royal couple. They very generously have made available pictures of their wonderful children to the British press and the British press have behaved, frankly, very well because they printed those pictures. But they haven't been, as I understand it, printing paparazzi pictures and it's very important they don't because if you start printing the paparazzi pictures, the paparazzi go further and further in trying to get pictures of the royal family.
What we need to do now is to persuade some of these foreign publications not to use these pictures. I do think William and Kate deserve some privacy and some space as they bring up their children. They do make available some pictures so we can all see and share in the joy they've got with their children but they should not be harassed by paparazzi.
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England women's football team are "doing their country proud" after progressing to the World Cup semi-finals, Prince William has said.
The Duke of Cambridge said he was "thrilled" to see England beat hosts Canada, adding that he could not wait to see Mark Sampson's team face Japan.
"As President of the FA I'm thrilled to see the England women progress to the semis for the first time," the duke said in a statement.
"This team is making history and I can't wait to see them in action against Japan."
"The Lionesses are doing their country proud."
Prince George has made his first appearance on the balcony at Buckingham Palace to honour the Queen's official birthday.
The prince wore the same outfit his father, Prince William, wore for Trooping the Colour in 1984, Kensington Palace revealed.
Prince William has called for Fifa to reform, claiming it must show that it "can represent the interests of fair play and put the sport first".
The organisation and President Sepp Blatter have been heavily criticised after a week, which saw seven Fifa officials arrested and 18 people connected to football indicted on corruption charges by the US justice department.
But Blatter remained defiant, insisting he was the right man to lead world football through it's current crisis.
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