Pictures of topless Kate Middleton were released this Saturday, September 15 by the Irish newspaper the Irish Daily Star. As a result, its editor was laid off on Monday 17 September.

The editor of the Irish Daily Star has been laid off with "immediate effect" this Monday, September 17th for publishing photos of Kate Middleton revealed by the French magazine Closer at the end of last week. decision came from owners of the newspaper. An internal investigation will be conducted regarding the resumption of photos published by Closer. newspaper leaders certainly wanted to make an example to protect themselves legally. The couple did indeed soon to photos governed breasts naked Kate Middleton published in France.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have immediately commenced a lawsuit in France against Closer. For Kate and William, the photos shown in a magazine people unveil "very intimate moments" that would never have fallen into the public sphere. They banned any adjournment or resale of these images. A court ruling is expected on Tuesday, September 18. trip in Asia-Pacific as a representative of Queen Elizabeth II in her Diamond Jubilee, the royal couple expressed outrage after the publication of these photos. British newspapers have all promised not to take these images in their columns.