Hot on the heels of Prince Harry's booty-baring Vegas flesh fest, topless photos of Kate Middleton have now surfaced, casting an embarrassing light on Prince William's poised and—until now—scandal-free wife.
The photos were published Friday by French magazine Closer and were reportedly taken while the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were on vacation in Provence in France at a chateau owned by Queen Elizabeth II's nephew, Lord Linley.
I see a big difference in the publishing of the photos of Prince Harry and these of Kate Middleton. He was partying with a group of people and decided to strip down... I doubt he really expected that kind of stunt, in that particular setting, to stay private. But Kate and her husband were on vacation at a private home -- I would think they felt secure enough there to do what they wanted and have reasonable expectations of it remaining private.
What do you think? Is the paparazzi going too far or should everyone who is in the public eye always have to look over their shoulder? If they have to use a telephoto lens to capture an image that can't be seen otherwise, could that be seen as an invasion of privacy?