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British Police Investigate Hack into Pippa Middleton’s Personal Photos

LONDON – British police are investigating the alleged hack into Pippa Middleton’s iCloud account, as personal photos of her sister Duchess of Cambridge Kate and Duke of Cambridge Prince William and their sons Prince George and Princess Charlotte were reportedly stolen.

An anonymous seller offered British newspapers The Sun and The Daily Mail photos of the Duchess, Duke and their sons through the WhatsApp phone application.

According to the reports, computer hackers may have stolen about 3,000 personal photos from Middleton’s album, including images taken at private parties.

The seller was requesting 57,758 euros ($64,842) from American and British media.

A person close to Middleton confirmed that lawyers and police officials are involved in the alleged hack, according to The Sun.

Special agents from Scotland Yard are investigating the incident after receiving the complaint filed on Friday.

A spokesperson for police said that no arrests have been made, and investigations are ongoing.

 

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