LONDON: The Royals are on the offensive after being slam-dunked last week by the tabloid press. Prince Charles is pleading for the British media to give his sons space to deal with their mother's death. "The last thing they need is to face a blast of flashguns," said a palace spokeswoman. Meanwhile, mourners continue their pilgrimage to Buckingham Palace; Sunday's crowd appeared to be the largest of the week. The only survivor of the deadly crash, bodyguard Trevor Rees-Jones, has emerged from his coma, but police say it will be some time before he can talk to them.
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