The Duke and the Duchess, Kate Middleton and Prince William are demanding $1.6 million in fine from the French magazine, Closer, which published topless photos of the Duchess of Cambridge in 2012. The photo was clicked while she was on vacation in Provence, France at a chateau owned by Queen Elizabeth II’s nephew, Lord Linley.
According to the reports, the French barrister of Kate and Prince William, Jean Veil requested that the court grants 1.6 million dollars to the couple in punitive damages for the pictures. If inside sources to be believed, the magazine’s editor in France, Laurence Pieau, Mondadori group chief executive Ernesto Mauri and photographers Cyril Moreau and Dominique Jacovides asks to appear in court on charges violating privacy and complicity.
To let you remind, the photos of Catherine sunbathing topless were taken during a long-weekend vacation in Provence at a private villa owned by Viscount Linley, the son of Princess Margaret, late sister to the queen.
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