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Palace to Prince George Stalkers, Photographers: Stop It!!!

Kensington Palace knows Prince George is adorable and everything. But the higher-ups within the Royal Family have issued an open letter to those who continue to snap pictures of the famous cute toddler. And its message can be summed up in just a couple words: STOP IT! Granted, the two-year may be very mature for his age. But that doesn't mean he's open game to the paparazzi.
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