Princess Caroline of Monaco sued various magazine publishers to stop them publishing photographs of her going about her daily business (doing innocuous activities). Held:
· C is public figure
Ø However she does not exercise any public functions
· Thus mere fact that C is well-known does not necessarily mean public has legitimate interest in seeing photos of C going about her daily business.
· Relevant factor is that photos were oftentaken in climate of continual harassment.
· Additionally her private activities are not relevant to any debate of public interest
Ø Rather are solely to satisfy curiosity of readers
· On facts, C’s Art 8 rights had been breached.