Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, are suing over paparazzi photos of their little child, Archie, their legal counselor said in an announcement.

The claim was recorded in California, where the family currently lives.

“Each person and relative in California is ensured by law the privilege to security in their home. No automatons, helicopters or zooming focal points can remove that right,” legal advisor Michael Kump said in an announcement.

“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are recording this claim to secure their young child’s entitlement to protection in their home without interruption by picture takers, and to reveal and stop the individuals who look to benefit from these unlawful activities,” he said.

Kump works at Kinsella Weitzman Iser Kump and Aldisert LLP, lawyers for the duke and duchess.

Harry and Meghan’s child, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, is 14 months old. The family moved to California subsequent to venturing once again from the British regal family in January, however they have as often as possible whined about press interruption on the two sides of the Atlantic.

In a different claim, Meghan is suing the distributer of the UK’s Mail on Sunday paper over printed passages of a letter the duchess kept in touch with her dad following her union with Prince Harry.

The couple have likewise told four papers –  the Sun, the Mirror and the Express – that they won’t be drawing in with them later on.

In a letter to the distributions, the couple said they accept a free press “is a foundation to any majority rule government” yet include that “there is a genuine human expense” to the manner in which the sensationalist newspapers continue on ahead.