Recently, the life of the Royal Family has been shaken by incessant scandals. Fugitive Prince Harry and Meghan are pouring out revelations in their memoirs, the new king Charles III does not cease to shock with his innovations…
And then the book by American journalist Christopher Andersen “The King: The Life of Charles III” is also published. In particular, it tells about the reaction of Donald Trump to candid photos of Kate Middleton taken back in 2012 on a private beach in France. The Duchess of Cambridge then allowed herself to sunbathe topless and got into the lens of the paparazzi.
“Kate Middleton is gorgeous, but she shouldn’t be sunbathing naked. It’s only her fault. Who wouldn’t take a picture of Kate and make a lot of money if she sunbathes naked? Come on, Kate!”
— an admiring Trump wrote on Twitter after seeing the hot shots in the tabloid Closer. At that time, however, he was not yet the head of state.
Clarence House butler told the journalist that Middleton’s husband William and father-in-law Charles, who was also not yet King Charles III, reacted very violently to the appearance of provocative photos of Middleton. And Trump’s assessment of these pictures caused a flood of profanity, writes the Daily Mail.
Andersen’s book will appear on the shelves in the coming days. And as for that old story, the Royal Family in 2017 won £91,000 in court against a tabloid for invasion of privacy.