Others criticise them for doing just that.
"..the statement from the Palace is probably the most hypocritical act of guilt-trippery in the history of royal public relations.
The Royal Family publicity machine clearly knows that the British people are hungry for photos, and tries to satisfy an insatiable global curiosity by releasing a handful of photographs every few months. That’s great, although what else are they but a tease? The Palace is dangling photos in front of the Monarchy's adoring fandom, and then wondering why they swoop in for more.
If the family wants Prince George left alone, they could start by resisting the urge to send batches of images to every single media outlet on planet earth whenever he loses a tooth. They’re perpetuating global interest in the poor kid, and that interest is what goes on to fuel gross invasions of his privacy."http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/comment/if-the-royal-family-is-upset-by-the-media-hounding-prince-george-why-are-they-feeding-the-frenzy-10456114.html