Berlusconi, behind topless Kate Middleton

On 14 September, the British royal family took legal action against the French magazine 'Closer', on behalf of the photographs of the Duchess of Cambridge sunbathing topless on a boat in the south of France.

But that same day in the afternoon, the Italian magazine 'Chi' announced the publication of a special 26-page photographs of the Duchess. This coincidence has a name behind: Silvio Berlusconi.

The magazines 'Closer' and 'Chi' belong to the group Mondrian, which is operated, in turn, by Fininvest, the media group of former Italian Prime Minister communication. In fact, his eldest daughter, Maria Elvira Berlusconi, is the head in front of Mondrian.

Not the first time these magazines forces against the British royal family. In 2007, Chi published photos of the accident that took the life of Princess Diana.

The arguments of the Mondrian group to continue publishing the photographs are based on, first, the Duchess was in a public place at the time the photographs were taken.

"Also, if you consider that they are the heirs to the British throne, this makes more relevant the article's publication," the group said in an official communication Mondrian.