The majority have taken Kate Middleton's side in terms of the topless photographs that were printed on Friday (September 14). However, actress Emma Roberts has turned round and said that 'princesses shouldn't be topless'. Uh-ohh!
Julia Roberts' niece took to social networking site Twitter to announce her opinion on the whole 'sunbathing nude' matter to her millions of followers.
She tweeted: “I LOVE Kate Middleton…but when you’re A PRINCESS you shouldn’t be topless anywhere except the shower or the bedroom”
Oh dear! She's bound to have got a few angry responses from that message, right?
The five page spread, which has caused shock and disgust from both the royal family and public, shows the couple relaxing on a recent private holiday in Provence, France. The couple escaped to the remote château set within 640 acres of private land ahead of their royal tour of East Asia and were photographed sunning themselves next to the pool by a paparazzi.
The choice of the magazine to publish the photos has left the royals incredibly angry, with the palace calling the decision to publish the shots a “grotesque invasion of privacy”. Whilst the magazine editor Laurence Pieau has hit back at the world's reaction to the pictures as an “over reaction” and claims they are not in the least bit shocking.
Here at Entertainmentwise we decided to ask YOU, the readers who you think was in the wrong. The French editor, who has described the photos 'not in the least shocking' or the Royals who described the photos as 'a grotesque invasion of privacy', we left it to you to decide.
And surprise, surprise - the majority of you (70.78%) went with 'No - She deserves her privacy', just 26.48% opted for 'Yes - She got her top off after all and a miniscule 2.74% went with 'I don't know either way!'
What do you think? Let us know whether you agree with Em or not!
Emma Roberts spotted on a date with Glee's Chord Overstreet