The office of Prince William and his wife Kate warned on Friday that paparazzi attempts to photograph their son Prince George were becoming increasingly ‘alarming’ and urged media to boycott their pictures. In an open letter, Kensington Palace communications secretary Jason Knauf said that ‘a line has been crossed and any further escalation in tactics would represent a very real security risk’ to the two-year-old prince. ‘Prince George is currently their (the paparazzi’s) number one target,’ said the letter. ‘We have made the decision to discuss these issues now as the incidents are becoming more frequent and the tactics more alarming.’ The royal couple guards the privacy of their children closely and George has only appeared in public five times, most recently at the christening of his

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