Police investigate hacking of Pippa Middleton’s private photos


HACKED OFF: Photos of Prince William's wife and their children are reportedly among those stolen.

PHOTOGRAPHS of the Duchess of Cambridge and her children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, are apparently among as many as 3,000 private images stolen from Pippa Middleton by computer hackers.

Scotland Yard are investigating how the images were taken from an Apple iCloud account belonging to Kate Middleton’s sister.

They were subsequently offered to journalists via an anonymous WhatsApp account, according to reports in the Sun and Daily Mail.

The leaked photos are said to include images of the royal children, wedding dresses and private parties.

Ms. Middleton confirmed that her account had been hacked in a statement issued by her lawyers, leading specialist officers at Scotland Yard to open an investigation.

The alleged theft comes two years after a raft of celebrities, including Hollywood actress Jennifer Lawrence, had photos stolen from iCloud and posted online in a major hacker attack.

In July Ms. Middleton announced her engagement to 41-year-old hedge fund manager James Matthews, and the couple have asked for their privacy to be respected in light of the current news.

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    • Roy Peters

      25 September 2016 • 10:33

      The police should do whatever they can to find all hackers and send them to prison for a very long time.
      This entire business of hacking is getting way out of hand, and the police seem to be doing nothing about it.
      Our legal system is far too lenient in dealing with these people.

    • kay peukert

      26 September 2016 • 09:43

      I agree Roy
      Trouble is the police in UK do not do their job and get well paid for doing nothing

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