Topless pictures of Kate Middleton: Harbottle & Lewis instructed

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  • Ultimately one has to wonder to what extent public titillation is being served by releasing naked images of the future Queen of England or whether one should except despite her title she is fair game given her status as a public figure? Either way the images are sure to cause heart ache within the royal family as it grapples with snafu after snafu and once again has to contend with the fact that the media will ultimately have its way. So much for the media’s right to free expression one may wonder….?

    http://scallywagandvagabond.com/2012/09/nsfw-kate-middleton-topless-nude-photos-stir-privacy-and-royal-debate/

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  • The Royal Family courts publicity because it helps ensure their cushy lifestyle can continue. However unless they exert full control of that publicity, they moan & instruct lawyers.

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  • Seems to me that this is just a nice bit of publicity to deflect the furore from Harry's nude romp. Poor Kate Middleton as a victim of a terrible privacy invasion reads a lot better than Harry acting like a nobhead again.

    I'm sure the magazine that printed the photos is absolutely loving all the controversy that has been stirred up. If the Royal Family had just shrugged it off, there wouldn't have been a problem as the majority of the general public really couldn't give a toss.

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  • should have kept your clothes on like the rest of us......

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  • Why can't Prince William just tell his wife to keep her clothes on and stop the nonsense with the lawsuits.

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