How to Guarantee that More People will See Photos you Don’t Want People to See
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.
A few take-aways from this story:
1. If you don’t want a ridiculous amount of attention, don’t be a royal.
2. If you don’t want photos of yourself topless, avoid even semi-public toplessness.
3. If you want a story to die down, don’t make a big deal and sue.