‘Absolutely beautiful’: Kate Middleton’s first official portrait unveiled at London gallery
Royalty has many perks. There are titles, guards, and palaces. As the former Kate Middleton has discovered, you also get portraits.
The first official portrait of the Duchess of Cambridge, as Kate is formally known, was unveiled at the National Portrait Gallery on Friday.
Kate and Prince William, who are expecting their first child, were on hand at the gallery for the portrait’s unveiling. Kate told Emsley it was “just amazing.” Her husband liked it too, calling it “absolutely beautiful.” (AP Photo/Sang Tan; John Stillwell/AFP/Getty Images)
French court orders tabloid to hand over all topless Kate photos after ‘brutal’ invasion of privacy
A French court ordered a magazine publisher to hand over all digital copies of topless photos of the Duchess of Cambridge within 24 hours and blocked further publication of what it called a “brutal display” of William and Kate’s private moments.
Under the ruling Tuesday, the French gossip magazine Closer faces a daily fine of C10,000 ($13,100) if it fails to hand over the photos taken during the royals’ vacation in southern France and cannot disseminate them any further, including on its website and tablet app. (Photos: AFP/GettyImages)