By Serena Kappes
Updated September 27, 2001 02:01 PM

Wills has been on camera all week. But he’s not smiling. A camera crew working for his uncle, Prince Edward, has been keeping tabs on the 19-year-old prince during his first week at college, reports Reuters. William, who began his freshman year at Scotland’s ancient St. Andrews University (where he’s studying art history), was reportedly appalled at the attack on his privacy, which breaks privacy guidelines agreed by the media and the royal family. The camera crew was first spotted on Monday and was asked to leave the campus. After claiming to be a freelance crew, the group finally admitted that they were part of Edward’s Ardent production company. Reportedly, Edward has been criticized in the past for using his royal connections to further his business. Prince William has made a point of trying to have as normal a life as possible at St. Andrews, where he’s registered as “William Wales” instead of “His Royal Highness.” Like mother, like son.