With overnight celebrities coming and going in our modern society, the Royal Family are finding themselves pushed into the limelight with every part of their lives examined by the press. For years the public have had a fascination with the private lives of the rich and famous but the recent explosion of multimedia has allowed us all a peep into their world. Many find that the lack of privacy is a small price to pay for their privileged lifestyle. The royal family have always been the celebrities of their day but strictly on their terms. Diana was undoubtedly the beginning of the New Royal celebrity culture; as a fashion icon she attracted the world's media wherever she went and many saw this as her demise. Now William and Harry find every part of their lives examined in the same way. Other minor royals use the press to their advantage; Freddy Windsor used his family connections to launch his career as a model - showing the modern face of the royal family. With information and reporting at our fingertips will the Royal Family ever have the privacy they once enjoyed?