Even though the Royal family did try their best to stop all Kate Middleton’s topless photos from being published, they are being defeated. Saturday September 15, 2012 an Irish tabloid had the photos published.
What they did was take copies from the pages of the French magazine Closer which run them first on Friday. What the Dublin-based Irish Daily Star’s editor Mike O’Kane has explained to the BBC is that the Irish did not see Middleton the same way as the British.
”She’s not our future queen,” he said. “The duchess would be no different to any other celebrity.
At this time they are trying to stop the photos from getting into an Italian magazine called Chi. Middleton and her husband Prince William together have put fourth a lawsuit against Closer. On Monday Chi was planning to publish the blurry photos, but they may get sued also.
“Closer‘s position is different, they were the first ones to publish.” Signorini agreed that the photos were not in anyway offensive. “I don’t see anything morbid or damaging in them,” he said. “Chi pays attention to respecting people’s dignity. I don’t think they hurt Kate’s image.”