The Duchess, Kate Middleton have been hugely disappointed over the fact that a French publication and a photographer have disturbed their privacy which is truly unsatisfied and disgusting.
"She said that Charlotte is growing up really fast".
"He sees everything we do". One day will stand before him and all will be revealed. Or, as you would say: Happy Birthday to me. "Their Royal Highnesses would like to thank everyone for all of the lovely messages they have received, and hope that everyone enjoys this photograph of Princess Charlotte as much as they do", the palace reportedly stated.
The paparazzi took the photos standing about a half mile away from the location. They WERE being private.
The royals were horrified by the invasion of privacy. You mean to tell me that you went outside the window without a top and you don't want nobody to catch you? Rittson Thomas is one of the UK's most respected portrait photographers, who had spent the last four years, working on 42 portraits of the Queen and various members of the royal household. This clearly is an example of victim blaming and clearly not an example of Christianity.This post is not only disrespectful to Princess Kate but perpetuates the mentality of blaming women victims. He also linked the photos to the "harassment that led to the death of" Princess Diana.
The candid images of the sunbathing princess caused an worldwide outcry when they were printed in France's Closer magazine, while other pictures of Catherine in her bikini appeared in newspaper La Provence. In a statement read to the court Prince William said: "The clandestine way in which these photographs were taken was particularly shocking to us". Laurence Pieau, editor of Closer magazine, is charged with complicity.
As you might expect from a 4-year-old, William had a hard time focusing during the 45-minute nuptials and ended up pulling a few silly faces.