The royals argued that the future queen was treated as an object, while the magazine argued that such naked shots are now a normal thing in today's society, they stressed that this is not the days of queen Victoria where such images would have been completely tarnishing and disrespectful to a royal, and like others who live in the public eye, she should not be treated differently just because she is a royal. They said
"topless photos such as those featuring the duchess were no longer considered shocking and that the Chateau d'Autet (where she was photographed) was in view of a public road"An editor of Chi magazine who also published this said
'If I had not published them I would not be paid for the job I do. Above all, I published them for various reasons, as a journalistic scoop, it satisfies the curiosity of the readers, it is first time that the future Queen of England has been pictured in such a way.'Do you think the court's ruling was fair? Was Kate's team given preferential treatment just because she is a royal? Or are the magazine owners and editors just giving flimsy excuses?
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