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Image caption A representative of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex complained to the firm about the adverts. A house building firm that used images of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in a bid to sell new homes has apologised over its advertising campaign. Hagan Homes, one of Northern Ireland's biggest property developers, said its houses "fit for part-time royalty' ads were meant to be "light-hearted". It did not have the couple's permission and has been told to remove the ads. The firm said it had not intended to cause any offence and it has offered to make a £10,000 donation to charity. On Friday, the Belfast Telegraph reported that representatives of the duke and duchess were to take "action" over the advertising campaign. Full story

25 January

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