October 22, 2012 6:00 PM EST
French Chateau Where Kate Middleton Was Caught Topless Now a Tourist Spot [PHOTOS]
Some people can't get enough of some scandalous media as the infamous French chateau where Kate Middleton was photographed topless is now becoming a tourist attraction.
More than a month ago, the Duchess of Cambridge suffered a major media abuse when a photographer snapped images of her while sunbathing without her top on. The grave exposing of the royal's private moment with her husband, Prince William, has caused a worldwide media frenzy after Closer Magazine published the set of photos.
Now that the smoke has been cleared for a while, the public can't seem to get over the incident. Viscount Linley, the owner of the said chateau, revealed that he has turned down countless offers from tourists and wealthy visitors who wish to be on the same balcony where the Duchess was caught during her downtime.
Linley, who is the nephew of Queen Elizabeth, has been maintaining the picturesque Chateau d'Autet in Luberon, Provence to give its visitors a true taste of secluded high end French living. The hunting lodge is surrounded by breathtaking views of the countryside and has its own tennis court, a lavish lavender garden, a heated pool for the chilly weather.
Aside from the fact that the Chateau's balcony is where the Duchess was caught topless, it's no wonder why many want to take a peek at this place and maybe spend a couple of nights there as well.