It’s been a tough time for the Buckingham Palace as tabloid media took Prince Harry’s naked photos in Las Vegas and Kate Middleton’s topless photos in France all over the world. Now, Donald Trump blames Kate Middleton for the topless photos, uttering the words many have been thinking.
We all know Donald Trump is the man that always comes with the bluntest statement, regardless of it’s a touchy situation. The man that hosted Celebrity Apprentice tweeted his take on the current topless photos scandal Kate Middleton is the centerpiece in. It looks like he just couldn’t stay away from the controversy, but Donald Trump is speaking for a lot of people when he blames Kate Middleton for the topless photos.
It doesn’t take an U.S. billionaire and business tycoon to see that Kate Middleton shouldn’t have undressed in the first place. Sure it’s not a great way to live your life, knowing there could be a paparazzo with a camera just waiting for you to act just like any other person. But when you are the Duchess of Cambridge the woman that could one day be the actual Queen of England, there’s no room for mistakes.
It’s a harsh statement, but Donald Trump has a point. “Kate Middleton is great – but she shouldn’t be sunbathing in the nude – only herself to blame” reads a tweet from the U.S. billionaire this Monday. “Who wouldn’t take Kate’s picture and make lots of money if she does the nude sunbathing thing. Come on Kate!” Donald Trump added in another Twitter message.
Although Donald Trump’s blunt take on the Kate Middleton topless scandal does stand to reason, there’s no way the paparazzo that took the pictures could be excused. He or she did invade the privacy of the royal couple, and I know some of you are going to argue celebrities and public persons don’t actually have that.
But, when a paparazzo geared up with a long lens camera takes photos of a person enjoying his or her right to privacy from dozens of meters away, doesn’t it sound alerting? It means any of you could be photographed doing whatever you do in the intimacy and privacy of your home or just enjoying your holiday as long as the person taking the pictures is on public domain.