Prince William and bride Kate will arrive Friday in a Southern California where, in the years since Diana’s death, the state has passed three laws intended to curb paparazzi abuses.
Beginning Friday morning, police plan to close the street of the British consul-general’s home in Hancock Park, where the couple will stay on their weekend visit. Officers have already obtained “No Trespass” letters from neighbors, which will be used to arrest anyone who enters the adjoining properties to try to get pictures of the couple.
Tabloids have offered compensation to Hancock Park neighbors, but no residents accepted any offers.
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