Sir: Don't blame us, says your photographer Brian Harris, we were only following orders ("Don't shoot the messenger; look to yourself", 1 September).
But did we, the public, really issue those orders? Images of the Princess were usually irresistibly attractive. It was hard not to want to look at them. But we did not commission them and most of us would not have wanted them at all at the price of her discomfort.
What was done was done out of greed and those that did it were not the messengers but the perpetrators. Do not now wring your hands and blame the public.
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