9:34am Wednesday 26th September 2012 in Letters
WHILE I like Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and yes her and William’s privacy was invaded, and they are right to sue if that is their desire, I believe perhaps a dignified boycott of no reaction to the incident by the Royal couple maybe could achieve more.
Protective gestures by William will not deter the national press pursuance of his wife as she must have known when she decided to become a Windsor.
Weeks earlier her brotherin- law Harry basically ‘flashed his crown jewels’ to the world, but this was jokingly deemed behaviour of a young man with the opportunity to behave in such a manner.
We are in the twenty first century and pictures of topless young women are not that uncommon.
Albeit the young woman in question did not give permission for these photographs to be taken, however it is hardly world-shattering with all the attrocities going on in the world and even injustices in the United Kingdom on a daily basis come to that.
Yes it was wrong by these tacky press hounds, but the solution is readily solved by not taking your top off in the first place as I am sure Catherine has been well groomed on such incidents as this occurring.
By the way, William was topless as well...
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