Harry and Megan were forced to leave their home after the photos were published in the publications, including the Times, "said CNN's royal source familiar with this incident.
Splash News chartered a helicopter in January to photograph a private couple house in the English Region of Cotswolds, which, according to the Buckingham Palace, has endangered the safety of the couple. the security of the duke and the house to the extent that they can no longer live in the property ", – says the statement of the palace.
"The helicopter flew over a low-altitude house, allowing Spusk to be photographed both into the living area and the dining room and directly into the bedroom," he added.
"Duke Sussex acknowledges and welcomes official apologies from the Splash News and Picture Agency."
The official residence of Harry and Megan is Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, near London.
In 2016, the Kensington Palace issued a rare statement about them Harry, criticizing the coverage of a couple in Paris, and noting that "his girlfriend Megan Mark was subjected to a wave of abuses and persecutions." Press Association, a press agency, told Splash that "it has always been recognized that this situation is a mistake in judgments, and we have taken steps to prevent it from happening again. We apologize to the duke and duchess for what we have done."
CNN turned to Splash for comments.