Prince Harry received the apology as well as "substantial damages" from Splash News and Picture Agency which took the photos and video taken from a helicopter, Reuters reported.
Reading a statement in open court on the prince's behalf, Mr Tyrrell said the couple had chosen the home because of "the high level of privacy it afforded" but the photos had "very seriously undermined the safety and security of the Duke and the home". The photos, the Sky News added, appeared in high profile national publications like The Times of London.
Splash said it had "always recognised that this situation represents an error of judgement and we have taken steps to ensure it will not be repeated".
"The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will move to Frogmore Cottage on the Windsor Estate early next year  as they prepare for the arrival of their first child", read the palace's memo about the move.
He continued, "The helicopter flew over the home at a low altitude allowing Splash to take photographs of and into the living area and dining area of the home and directly into the bedroom..." From eyeing an American school in London and tucking banana notes into charity lunches, the couple has dropped hints about the kind of mom and dad they will be to little Archie.
The agency agreed to settle the case and apologized "for the distress we have caused".
Recognized as an official "area of outstanding natural beauty", the area is famous for its rolling hills and quaint villages.
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex waves to well-wishers as he leaves the OXSRAD Disability Sports and Leisure Centre on May 14, 2019 in Oxford, England.
Martin, who did Meghan's makeup on her wedding day, teared up while defending her, telling King, "I think because I know her so well, and I know she doesn't deserve all of this negative press". "He's really calm. He's been the dream", and called parenting "magic".