Kate Middleton and Prince William were outside enjoying the weather in absolute privacy, or so they thought. After going topless to forego some much-hated tan lines, Kate Middleton (and the rest of the world) saw topless pictures of her published in the French magazine Closer and now available all over the internet. The Royal Family is suing the magazine in response to Kate Middleton’s topless photos, but if they were visible from a publicly accessible area, will their case stand ground? What is your opinion on the matter?
In a dispute evoking the furor that swirled around press coverage of Diana, Princess of Wales, Britain’s royal household began legal proceedings on Friday against a French magazine that published paparazzi photographs of the former Kate Middleton, the wife of Diana’s elder son, Prince William, sunbathing topless at a secluded villa in Provence.
‘‘St. James’s Palace confirms that legal proceedings for breach of privacy have been commenced today in France by the duke and duchess of Cambridge against the publishers of Closer Magazine France,’’ the couple’s office said in a statement. Continue Reading