Two Charged in Kate Middleton Photo Scandal
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Two players in the Kate Middleton topless photo scandal have been formally charged with “invasion of privacy.”
In September 2012, controversial photos of the Duchess of Cambridge sunbathing topless with her husband, Britain’s Prince William, while on vacation in the South of France were published in the French publication Closer.
The royal couple filed a lawsuit against the magazine immediately after the photos were published and Closer has been under criminal investigation since the incident. The week, Closer publisher Ernesto Mauri and an unnamed photographer at the regional newspaper, La Provence, were indicted in a French court.
Kate and William will welcome their first child in July.