Editor of Closer magazine and two photographers among those charged with invasion of royal couple’s privacy in 2012.
Revelation by Closer magazine of Florian Philippot's relationship with a TV journalist sparks row in France over right to privacy.
Photographer and bosses at Closer magazine, which published photos of president visiting Julie Gayet, to appear in court for breach of privacy.
The magazine must pay 15,000 euros for breaching Julie Gayet's privacy with photos revealing her relationship with the French president.
Magazine publishes fresh claims over affair between an actress and President Hollande who paid a visit to his long-term partner in hospital.
French First Lady's office says she was admitted to hospital on Friday - after magazine's revelation - to 'get some rest and have tests done'.
Exposé of the French president's alleged affair with actress marks a departure from the country's previous nonchalance over such matters.
French president says he has a right to privacy and is considering suing Closer magazine after it claimed he was having an affair with Julie Gayet.
French police search offices of Closer searching the identity of the photographer who took photographs of the Duchess of Cambridge topless.
British royals sue for breach of privacy over bare-breasted photos of holidaying Duchess of Cambridge published by French magazine Closer.