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on Kate Middleton’s tits - nothing to shout or sue about


The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have launched legal action against the French magazine Closer over its publication of topless pictures of the duchess, Clarence House has said.

The celebrity gossip magazine printed pictures of the duchess taken during the couple's private holiday in France.

A royal spokesman said the legal proceedings had been launched in France and were for breach of privacy.

Closer's editor said the couple were "visible from the street".

"These photos are not in the least shocking. They show a young woman sunbathing topless, like the millions of women you see on beaches," said Laurence Pieau.

She described the reaction as "a little disproportionate". ~ bbc

Oh my god! Kate's got tits?! Give me a break.

Let's not overvalue her privates because she's supposed to be high-and-mighty in the public alright.Perhaps this lawsuit by Willy and Kate is simply an attempt to state their right to flaunt their privates and not be photographed because they said so.

The fuss is only because she's supposed to be a 'royal'. So their tits are more sacrosanct than the tits of the peasants, simply because she's a 'royal'?  Let's not overvalue her privates because she's supposed to be high-and-mighty in the public alright.  That just serves to validate her better-than-thou status as right.


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  1. No more fantasising about Kate guys - very,very disappointing. From now on I'll stick with the wife's pair as they are far more interesting; bigger, better and well-formed

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  2. Let's cut the comments about the size of Kate's chest shall we. Persisting simply makes the supposition that small as they may be, it still fares larger in size than the brains of those who can't see past it despite its relatively smaller size.

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  3. If she's stupid enough to marry a future king and then sunbake naked god help her!

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  4. Perhaps, this is precisely what prompted the photographer to take such photographs - because she is a princess, a member of the British Royal family, and a good price will be offered for these photographs. In certain countries, women can be seen topless or naked in beaches. You are definitely correct that we are seeing dramatic reaction due to her "royalty".

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  5. She got her tits out so what who cares.?

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  6. Nasty nasty titties! Go back in the house Kate

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  7. On the plus side, her boobs themselves seem to be happy!

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