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London photo agency Splash UK agreed to not take any photos of Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and their son Archie in the future if the agency emerges from bankruptcy. This comes after they published casual photos of Meghan and Archie hiking at a park in Canada last summer. Following the court win, Harry and Meghan’s spokesperson released a statement saying, “Unlawful, invasive, and intrusive paparazzi behavior will not be tolerated.” NBC’s Matt Bradley reports for Weekend TODAY.