The paparazzi that sold the topless photos of the Duchess of Cambridge to the French magazine Closer should be by now on his own luxury yacht. While the tabloid media is going insane over this, Prince William and Kate Middleton are “disappointed” by the topless photos claim.
She is one of the most famous women in the world and it’s actually surprising it took tabloid media so long before threatening with a nude pictures scandal. Why should Prince Harry be the only one trashed by media all over the world. Kate Middleton is a much better target and tabloid media has been digging for dirt on the Duchess of Cambridge the first day she and Prince William were seen together.
Well, it took paparazzi long enough to finally score some controversial material. French magazine Closer claims it has topless photos of Kate Middleton which should be published today in “exclusivité mondiale”.
The publication has a preview of the topless photos on the cover where Kate Middleton is in a bikini preparing to take her top off. Laurence Pieau, Closer’s editor, wrote on Twitter: “We can say that after tomorrow’s Closer, Harry will feel less alone”.
Apparently the photos of Kate Middleton topless were taken during the royal couple’s vacation in France last week. They stayed at a chateau owned by one of the Queen’s nephews, Lord Linley. Rumor has it the paparazzi initially tried to sell the photos of the topless Kate Middleton to Fleet Street, but British tabloid media turned down the offer.
When Kate Middleton and Prince William found out about Closer’s intent to publish topless photos of the Duchess, they were in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia visiting the Assyakirin Mosque. A spokesperson said: “The Duke and Duchess are saddened their privacy has been breached. It’s turned the clock back 15 years” hinting at the scrutiny around Princess Diana.
“They woke up to the story this morning have seen the photos, which were taken at a private hotel by a private swimming pool” the Palace spokesperson added. When the royal couple would find the time they are going to “turn their minds to what, if any, action they wish to take”.