Prince Harry has revealed that he is upset about the paparazzi taking pictures of his son, Archie, on his first day of school.
Harry made the revelation while appearing on Dax Shepard's "Armchair Expert" podcast.
The pair spoke about the issues of paparazzi with Harry opening up about how he felt when photos of his son were taken back in April and published by Page Six.
"Page Six of the New York Post, they took photos of my son being picked up from school on his first day," Harry said while noting that paparazzi culture is "this sort of rabid feeding frenzy...kids don't get a choice; they don't get a say in it."
It is well known that Harry and Meghan have had privacy issues and problems with the paparazzi in the past.
While on the topic of paparazzi, Harry also detailed how often he and Meghan were chased by paparazzi while they briefly lived in Los Angeles.
"We spent the first 3 and a half months living at [friend] Tyler Perry's house," Harry said. "The helicopters, the drones, the paparazzi cutting the fence, like, it was madness. And people out there, their response was 'what do you expect if you live in L.A.?'"
"First of all, we didn't mean to live in L.A. This is a staging area to try and find a house. And secondly, how sad that if you live in L.A. and you're a well-known figure you just have to expect it," he added.
While on the podcast, Harry also opened up about how starting therapy has helped him and made him question how he is "going to make his mum proud."
"Once I started doing therapy, it was like the bubble was burst," he said.
"I plucked my head out of the sand and gave it a good shake off and I was like, 'You're in this position of privilege, stop complaining and stop thinking you want something different—make this different, because you can't get out. How are you going to do these things differently? How are you going to make your mum proud and use this platform to really affect change?'"
Little Archie hasn't been seen in public for many months now and we're yet to catch a glimpse of baby Lilibet.