Kate Middleton Controversy
Kate Middleton topless pictures hasn't stopped the royals from continuing to carry on with their royal duties as the topless photos of the Princess have been published by French Publication, Closer Magazine. The photos are grainy and appear to have been taken from a long, lensed camera and show Kate topless with Wills at a Chateau owned by a family member, Lord Linley. The Royals have issued a statement that states " the royal highnesses have been hugely saddened that a French publication and a photographer have invaded their privacy in such a grotesque and totally unjustifiable manner." It went on to add that they had every expectation of privacy in the remote house and this is reminiscent of the worst of the presses and paparazzi during the life of Diana, Princess of Wales, who died in a car crash while fleeing the paparazzi in France back in 1997.
This Means War
The royals are not taking this "lying down" and are going to sue the publication and are filing a lawsuit against the publication today. The editor of the magazine, Laurence Pieau, who has spoken out defending the decision to print the photos claims the media is "hypocritical" for downing the publication for its decision to run the photos. She also suggested she has even more photos of the royals having very intimate moments, possibly sex pictures, but at this time has decided on not publishing them and added that they are not degrading pics. This comes just off the heels of Prince Harry's indescretions on a Las Vegas trip, in which he got totally naked and photos were taken and put on the web. The Kate Middleton topless picture controversy is long from being over.
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