After French magazine Closer, Irish Daily Star and Italian magazine Chi also published the without-bikini photos of Duchess of Cambridge.
According to the latest updates, The Irish Daily Star printed the controversial long-lens snaps in its Republic of Ireland edition. Michael O’Kane, editor of the Irish Daily Star, sought to defend his decision as his future looked increasingly in doubt, UK’s Daily Mail reported.
Lawyers acting for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have already begun a civil action against a French magazine, Closer. Independent News and Media tonight issued a statement saying: “The decision by the Irish Daily Star to republish pictures of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge from the French magazine Closer was regrettable and in poor taste.”
A palace spokesman cited “greed” as the main reason behind media groups’ decision to publish the pictures. News of the publication of the photographs came after Italian gossip magazine Chi said it planned to print the pictures in a special 26-page issue next week.
It is reported that someone has taken the photo of Kate Middleton during son bath with the help of long lens through the private property and sourced that images to the “The Closer” magazine. The time these images were published on the website it stunned the world.
A close source of the royal couple said that William and Kate are not happy with this and thinking to file a case against the magazine. While on the other side Magazine has removed those racy images from the website.
These photos, which are entitled as “OH MY GOD – the photos that will go around the world”, by French magazine, show Kate Middleton topless on the terrace of a guest house.
The photo hit the top surface online while Kate Middleton is on the trip to South Asia with her husband Prince William on the behalf of the Queen Elizabeth To receive compliments and wishes on the account of Her Majesty’s birthday.