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As Chi magazine is set to unveil a 26 page spread including 50 intimate images of Kate Middleton this morning in various repose some of her reportedly sun bathing completely nude and even smoking Prince William has intimated that he will now not only seek civil damages against Closer mag (who first introduced topless images of  Kate Middleton) as well Chi mag but he now fully intends to pursue criminal charges against the outlets as well.

The journals as owned by Italian publishing house Mondadori ( owned by former disgraced Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi and his daughter Marina Berlusconi) has for its part dismissed the lawsuit asserting its freedom and independence to do as it see fits.

The publishing house goes further to say that the photos represent content that is a clear expression of the news depicting a true event and in its estimation do not undermine the individuals photographed.

Offered Chi editor Alfonso Signorini:

“I don’t see anything morbid or damaging in them,” 

 “Chi pays attention to respecting people’s dignity. I don’t think they hurt Kate’s image.”

The royal couple for their part strenuously disagree with Mr Signorini’s assertions.

Offered St James Palace:

“The royal couple will take any action they can within the law to seek redress,”

“They’ve been clear that they will not allow this to intrude on their enjoyment of the tour, or more importantly their work on behalf of the Queen.

“The couple always felt very strongly about privacy and harassment. It’s part of a very long-standing and heartfelt position by the Duke and Prince Harry, given their past, to do everything they can to protect themselves.”

So incensed is Prince William with the perceived intrusion of his and his wife’s privacy he has now resolved to teach the paparazzi a lesson that they will never forget but whether the Prince can actually force the magazines to cease publication of said images or be made to give up the identity of the photographer who took said offending images remains to be seen.

French courts where the case is to be heard today mandate strict guidelines as to privacy issues and theoretically the editors of the journals responsible for publishing offending material as well as the photographer who took the images could see up to a year in jail as well as punitive damages against them.

Although it could take a protracted period before the case goes to court the royals in the interim will seek an order blocking the publication of further images which might be a mute point as the images already in released have gone viral. That of course does not preclude the existence of more contentious images that have been held back in reserve.

With respect to criminal charges against the unidentified photographer(s) St James Palace has intimated that it it would be up to French prosecutors to decide whether to investigate and pursue a criminal complaint for breach of privacy or trespassing.

At present no British publication has run the controversial pictures, (save for the Sun) and Britain’s tabloids have lined up to denounce them as an invasion of the duchess’ privacy. (Is anyone surprised?) whilst a scattering of publications in the US (including ours) as well as in Germany have chosen to run the images.

At present it is not understood whether the royal couple will plan to sue Irish tabloid outer Irish Daily Star who have already run images as it pursues legal action against publishing house Mondadori today.

  • Chris

    What do people expect, she pretends to be prim and proper… but she used “old fashioned” techniques to snare her prince.

  • Pat

    She has small ugly boobs. She really should keep those covered up.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jimmy-Changa/100003755195010 Jimmy Changa

    Much ado about nothing!