Having been granted an injunction against the French press for publishing topless photos of Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William should make a TV appeal to stop further publications, so says PR guru Max Clifford.
Speaking to ITV's Daybreak, The Telegraph's video section reports Clifford claiming that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who are said to be on their way back from their tour in the Far East and Australia, should make an appeal for their privacy in front of the TV cameras.
Should Kate and William go on TV? (WENN)
Believing that what the Royal couple are doing is correct, Clifford added:
"I would love to see them go on television and say: 'look, this has really hurt us and I don't think we deserve it so please respect that', because then decent people all over the world will hopefully see that and think: 'quite right, I don't want to buy the magazine and I don't want to buy the newspaper.
"There's a lot that can be done, but William and Kate are doing exactly what they should do. they are doing a wonderful job as ambassadors for this country."
What do you think? Do you agree that the Royal couple should make a TV appeal for their privacy?
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