Judge Bars Closer From Publishing Kate Middleton’s Nude Photos

The British royal family is winning the first round of legal battles against Closer magazine over the publication of some nude photos of Kate Middleton.

Yesterday a French court ordered the magazine to halt publication of the topless photos that hit the internet last week.

Late last week the French arm of Closer magazine published some embarrassing pictures of Prince Williams and Kate sun bathing while vacationing at the French chateau of the Queen’s nephew, Lord Linley.

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According to TMZ, the court says the photos are an invasion of the royal couple’s privacy and that Closer magazine brutally violates that privacy.

The court ordered the magazine to turn over all copies of the photos or face a fine of $13,100 per day.

The royal family is also moving ahead to file a criminal complaint.

 
 
 

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  1. All Kate Middleton photos must be returned ASAP!

    St James’s Palace is suing French magazine Closer for breach of privacy over the publication of topless photos of the duchess! The royal family legal action over media coverage is surprising. In normal time, Royals crave for photos that are their direct link to the taxpayer who pays a big part of the lavish lifestyle they have.

    It’s hard to feel sympathy for the Duchess of Cambridge being pictured topless in a French gossip magazine. This is not the first time a member of the Royal Family has been photographed undress. Remember Prince Edward’s wife, the Duchess of York, Princess Diana or Prince Harry? They were all being pictured topless or naked. Why Kate did not sees it might be unwise for a future Queen to sunbathe in this terrace? Remember the couple was visible from the road. Royals should not be notice when they walk naked. This is their true nature.

    The problem is, like movies stars, royals live and die by their popularity rating. They want everybody to see them at weddings and party. The editor of Closer could be a victim, not an aggressor. Laurence Pieau is use to work with rich and famous people craving for publicity but the beautiful an in love couple in the south of France was Royals, not movies stars.

    Sending the cops to paparazzi can make Royals less desirable picture subject. If Royals make the police arrest reporters, they will not be there to take pictures of their beautiful lifestyle! Will British taxpayers, who pay for this legal battle, accept to continue to spend tens of millions of pounds each year for people who are royal pain?

    So, all Kate Middleton photos must be returned to royals ASAP! All newspapers of the world should voluntarily follow the French court order and hand Kate Middleton photos over to the royal couple. All pictures must be returned without exception. Medias should also be fined 10,000 euros per day of delay. This will remember them to never take a picture of a British Royal family member again.