“Kate Middleton Nude Photos?” Yep. The popular search term was “Kate Middleton Topless Photos” but now, with the release of Italy’s Chi Magazine’s first photos of what is planned as a giant 200 images of the future queen sunbathing nude or at least topless, and will proceed with plans to print a 26-page, 50-photo
spread showing the Duchess of Cambridge sunning herself in the topless nude (and even applying suntan to her beau the Duke of Cambridge), the term used in the freshly released content is now “nude.”
Whatever the case, “Kate Middleton Nude Photos” is the number one search term in the World on Google, which dominates the search engine market.
But what’s most interesting is the Chi photos reveal something if one studies them and match them with the photos of the Chateau where they stayed. The Royal Newlyweds were sunning themselves and basically exposing themselves to public view on the very patio that was in direct line-of-site to the public road that The Daily Mail had pointed to as the possible vantage point used to make the photos!
That effectively points to the fact that Kate Middleton and Prince William were getting really bad security advice. To allow them to be out in the public open like that is completely inexcusable.
But let’ take another look at this, by reviewing the content from the earlier Zennie62 post and present key photos posted at Chi Magazine:
According to The Daily Mail and other online sources, the scene of the production of the photos, or the scene of the crime, if you like, is “Chateau D’Autet, a luxury holiday chateau in Provence which is which is owned by Viscount Linley, the Queen’s nephew,” as reported by The Daily Mail.
The Mirror reports the Chateau as “640 acres of fragrant woodland in the Luberon region of Provence..far from the gaze of other holidaymakers” But not from the watchful eye of a professional photographer.
Daily Mail photographer Bruce Adams, who found the place where he thinks the pictures were taken, told his employer that “There is a public road that goes down one side of the valley and the Chateau is on the opposite side. We could not believe how easy it was to see the chateau because normally these kind of places are hidden away. It was quite surprising how open and unsecure the location was.”
The location where the topless photos were believed to have been taken has a perfect 1,000 foot line of site from the road to where Mr. Adams says the Royals were frolicking at the Chateau. So, to be technically frank, there was no invasion of privacy by the paparazzi who took the pictures if Mr. Adams is correct in determining how it was done.
In my view the Royal Family’s security detail should be fired. It’s not the fault of the media this happened. Indeed, the media may have saved the lives of The Duke and Duchess by revealing (no pun intended) this problem.