The Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge are clearly looking to get a bit of privacy around their home. And we can't blame them for wanting Prince George to grow up in a peaceful environment away from prying eyes.
Wills and Kate are hoping to make the area over their Norfolk home, which is on the Queen's estate, a no-fly zone to stop people taking photos.
The Express reports the Queen's Sandringham estate has complained to the Civil Aviation Authority after a plane flew over Anmer Hall - the couple's 10-bedroom Georgian mansion. Apparently there was a photographer onboard trying to get shots of the newly renovated house.
A senior royal aide told the newspaper said there were "security implications" around the photos, adding: "We are clear that they represent a breach of privacy of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and ask they are not used please."
It's no surprise the couple are being extra cautious after foreign magazines previously published pictures of Kate sunbathing topless on a private holiday and again when a gust of wind blew her dress up during the Royal tour of Australia and New Zealand.
Meanwhile, Kate is going to make her first official solo trip abroad in September when she visits Malta as the country celebrates the 50th anniversary of its independence. We wonder what outfits she'll pack in her suitcase?!
Oh if this isn't the perfect opportunity to look back on our fave pics from the tour (including a few of the adorable Prince George), then we don't know what is! Enjoy!