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It's cute that you think that Montreal gets really cold...
Their lawyers issued a legal warning after various outlets on Tuesday published photographs of a smiling Meghan out walking her dogs with Archie.
In Britain, the pictures were used by The Sun and the Daily Mail newspapers.
Lawyers claimed the images were taken by photographers hiding in bushes and spying on the US former television actress, the BBC reported, and that she did not consent to the photos. The couple were prepared to take legal action, according to the BBC.
A freelance photojournalist working in the area, who said he was from California but wanted to remain anonymous, said the potential legal issues are "kind of tough," but that he does not let them affect his work.
"Canada has freedom of the press laws," he said, sitting in the driver's seat of a white SUV with his photography gear on the passenger's side.
"From what I understand, as long as you are not following them, harassing them, breaking the law, as long as it’s a matter of public interest – and the monarchy always is – then the press is free to cover it."