Harry and Meghan are forced to leave their home after publishing photos at outlets including the Times newspaper, a royal source familiar with the case told CNN.
Splash News chartered a helicopter in January to take pictures of the private home of the couple in the Cotswolds region of England, which Buckingham Palace said that the safety of the pair is at risk.
"The sindication and publication of the photographs seriously diminishes the safety and security of the Duke and the home to the extent that they will no longer live on property," the palace said in a statement.
"The helicopter boarded home at a low altitude allowing Splash to take pictures on and on living area and dining area of the house and directly in the room, "he added. The Duke of Sussex recognizes and receives the formal apology from the Splash News and Picture Agency. "
The official residence of Harry and Meghan is Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, near London.
In a press release sent to Britain Press Association news agency, Splash said it" always recognizes that this situation represents an error of judgment and we take steps to ensure that not it will repeat. We apologize to the Duke and Duchess for the stress we have caused. "
CNN called Splash for comment.