According to recent reports, the Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge could be embroiled in another privacy row, following images of the Duchess published within a German newspaper.
Previously, the couple have sued a French newspaper after images taken of the couple whilst they holidayed in the Provence region were published – in a move the Royal couple called an “invasion of their privacy”.
Now, reports have suggested that the couple could be about to embark on another privacy case, after a German newspaper published images of the Duchess “flashing” her bare backside when a helicopter blew up her dress, during a Royal tour of Australia.
Despite the reports that the couple could be embroiled in a new privacy row, Clarence House have refused to comment on the matter; although reports have suggested that they are taking steps to prevent further publication of the images.
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