First Harry, now Kate
Kate and William angered by 'grotesque' invasion of privacy
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are hugely saddened over the "grotesque and unjustifiable invasion of privacy" by a magazine which published topless photos of Kate, a royal spokesman says.
French publication Closer printed the pictures of the duchess, taken during their private holiday in France.
The royals are now considering legal action over the case.
Closer's editor says the couple were "visible from the street" and the images are "not in the least shocking".
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