The Paparazzi and the Royal Family of Monaco
I was looking at this article that said Brad & Angelina Jolie may have moved to France because of their strict ("medieval" was the term used) laws concerning photographing children. In the article they mentioned Monaco's Royal family, but it still left me slightly confused. Supposedly they have to blur the faces of celebrity children, but there are pictures of Caroline, Albert, and Stephanie as children, along with pictures of their own children as they have grown up. So do French laws not also apply to Monaco? The article made it sound as if they should, and yet there is evidence that prove otherwise. Or maybe I just don't understand it. Can someone please clear this up for me kindly? Thank you.
Well, I don't think that France has the sricest laws, concerning photographing children. Paparazzi are always on their guard and ready to catch any photo of a Royalty person.
As for the Monaco laws, they are different from French one, as Monaco is a small country.
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