The royal family is up in arms after a French magazine published topless photographs of Prince Williams' wife, the Duchess of Cambridge, better known as Kate Middleton. Traveling alongside Will and Kate in the Solomon Islands, CNN Royal Correspondent Max Foster reports that the family will file a complaint and press charges against the magazine.
“It's all smiles for the camera, but she's upset. She feels humiliated,” Foster says. “And [Prince William] actually feels very angry. He's speaking of Diana in relation to this. He went through a tough upbringing because of the pressure his mother was under from the paparazzi. He's seeing it happen again to his wife and he's making sure that is not going to continue because it's completely unacceptable.”
The royal family believes the paparazzi “crossed the line” in the photographs as the Duke and Duchess were at a private residence in the south of France.
The family is seeking legal redress and possibly jail time for the editor of the French magazine, Closer.