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Pippa Middleton iCloud photo hacking: Police make arrest

Detectives investigating the hacking arrested a 35-year-old man in Northamptonshire in central England, police said.

The man was arrested on suspicion of a Computer Misuse Act offense, and he is now in custody at the south London police station, the Met Police said.

Images of Kate Middleton and her children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, were reportedly among some 3,000 images stolen when the account was hacked, according to Britain's Press Association news agency.

Pippa Middleton: Royal photos reportedly stolen in iCloud hack

Both Britain's Sun and Daily Mail newspapers reported that an anonymous seller had been in contact offering the images for sale.

The Sun said the cyber thief -- who got in touch via an encrypted messaging service and used the pseudonym "Crafty Cockney" -- claimed to have images that also included Middleton at a wedding dress fitting and nude photos of her fiance, financier James Matthews.

The seller demanded "a minimum of £50,000" (around $65,000) within 48 hours, as of Friday afternoon UK time, both newspapers said.

Prince William: Prince George was ‘Far too Spoiled’ on 3rd birthday

Prince George and Kate Middleton attended the America's Cup World Series of yacht racing in Portsmouth, England, Sunday and met with young fans, including a 10-year-old boy who won a competition to design the event's trophy. 

The child asked what George, the couple's eldest of their two children, had received for his birthday.

"I am not telling, he got too many things, he's far too spoiled," William said, adding, "He's not into boats yet."

Prince George starts nursery school

Kate Middleton and hubby Prince William released two cute photos of George standing in front of the school's mural, dressed and ready to go to make new friends and learn. The palace announced shortly before Christmas that George would be starting school in 2016 while Princess Charlotte, not even a year old, will stay at home.

"We are looking forward to welcoming George to our nursery where he will get the same special experience as all of our children," the Westacre Montessori School Nursery said in a statement.

Man who plotted to kill royal family detained

Mark Colborne’s relatives were praised for their bravery as the Aryan supremacist was detained indefinitely under the Mental Health Act.

Patricia Colborne, 59, from Southampton, and her other son Kevin, 30, raised the alarm after discovering he had amassed ingredients for cyanide, along with deranged diary entries which praised mass murderer Anders Breivik and idolised the IRA as proud redheads.

Prince George harassed by paparazzi

Be that as it may, Prince William and Kate Middleton's firstborn son is  still entitled to his privacy. As such, Jason Knauf, communications secretary at Kensington Palace, wrote a letter addressed to the international media Friday to prevent the publication of unauthorized photos of Princess Charlotte's brother.