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Duchess Kate 'furious' over wardrobe malfunction pic: Privacy? What's that?

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Duchess Kate is said to be "furious" over the wardrobe malfunction pic that was published of her in Germany's Bild tabloid magazine. The image showed Kate Middleton leaving a helicopter and her skirt blew straight up from the propellers.

According to Entertainmentwise, a source said Kate is extremely upset about the photo being published.

“She doesn’t expect to see her naked ass splashed across a German tabloid. She’s furious," the source said. “She and Prince William are once again considering their legal options.”

In 2011 the couple made it clear how they felt about France's Closer magazine publishing images of Kate topless while she and William were vacationing in the country's southern region. They urged the media to reconsider publishing any pictures that embarrass the royal family because they won't tolerate that type of media attention.

Will something come of this scandal? Maybe Duchess Kate should get a clue and realize the paparazzi will snap photos no matter what she's doing. Princess Diana was the ultimate example of this. Kate might feel she's entitled to a certain amount of privacy, but since when does that mean anything to the press? At the very least she should wear some type of undergarment or have weighted hems as the Queen advised when a makeover for Kate was reported on.

Anyone would be "furious" over a wardrobe malfunction like this. How will the palace react to this?



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