If the royals are there in an official capacity they know there will be photographs, audio and film. Journalists are going to record their presence in any way they can.
If the royals are there as supporting (grand)parents or doting aunts and uncles then the press needs to back off. It's not fair to the other parents and it's not fair to the kids who are on stage And dare I say it: not fair to the royals who sometimes just want to be *parents* to their teenagers and not the King and Queen.
RTL Boulevard has been in 'trouble' before by posting pictures they weren't allowed to post. They'll keep pushing and pushing until they are banned and then they'll scream about freedom of the press. <insert massive eye roll here>
RTL is in other trouble for playing a voice recording from a suspect in court, after they were told that no such recordings were allowed. Just an example how they think the rules don't apply to them.
RTL Boulevard is knowing for being on the edge. I still have to think about Albert Verlinde seeing no problem to show relative personal shots of specific Dutch celebrities on national tv. But if someone reverses the roles, the world is too small for Albert.
yes, Albert can dish it out, but he can never be on the other side without complaining about his privacy. The same privacy this program is denying other people. Not my favourite program or network. I try to avoid it as much as I can.