Adding to Kate Middleton and the Royal family’s anguish over the recent topless pictures that were taken of the Duchess of Cambridge, some reports have suggested that it could have been an “inside job”.
It has been alleged that an employee of Chateau D’Autet, where the Royal couple were on vacation in the south of France and which is owned by the Queen's nephew, had given a tip to the photographer and revealing how to get the best pictures of the couple.
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But this is claim that has been strongly denied, with a source telling Hollyscoop that “there is no evidence that staff was involved in taking the topless photos of Kate”.
While some might think that Kate will now remain covered up in future, think again as it’s been reported that while the 30-year-old was devastated over the pictures it will not stop her from doing it again. But she will rethink the location.
A source has reportedly said: “Kate is proud of her body. She knows she’s got a fabulous figure and isn’t scared to show it off.
“While she was embarrassed when the photos were published, it hasn’t put her off going topless again. Next time, though, she’ll do it somewhere a bit more private. She just wants to lead her life.”
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