Kate Middleton's Privacy Breach: Duchess of Cambridge Caught on Camera with Dress Hiked All the Way Up Due to Wind
By Sonalee singh | May 26, 2014 6:30 PM EST
Kate Middleton has sparked a new privacy row. According to reports Kate Middleton's photo while disembarking a helicopter in Australia's Blue Mountain have become a pivot of media's discussion in regards to privacy standards.
Apparently, a photographer has claimed about taking a photo of duchess of Cambridge wearing a blue and white Diane Von Furstenberg, which got caught in the winds of the chopper and revealed Middleton's skin.
This is not the first time that Middleton has found herself in the middle of privacy issues. She has experienced the privacy breach on previous occasions when a French magazine released a topless shot of hers while sunbathing, reported Express.co.uk.
According to reports by one of the Australian magazines, it's yet another paparazzi photo to surface of the Duchess that invades her privacy, quoted the website.
Kate Middleton has not given any official comment on the privacy breach issue.
Meanwhile, grapevine has it that Kate Middleton is pregnant with twin daughters. The palace has said to be confirmed that Kate Middleton is on the verge of becoming a mother for the second time.
"Kate has always wanted a daughter, and she's talked about it so much that William did too. Kate's upbringing with Pippa Middleton was idyllic and she always wanted to have girls of her own to carry on the legacy of strong, happy women. Plus, she thinks George having sisters will be tremendously good for his character," a source from OK! magazine claims.
Kate Middleton has been rumoured to be pregnant with twins for a long time now. However, the rumours were never confirmed. But if the publication is to be believed then the royals are thrilled to welcome a new of bundle of joy into the family.
"Queen Elizabeth has been keeping jewelry and gifts for years now, just in case William ever had a daughter. It's a tradition in the family. The new princess will inherit priceless antique diamonds and artwork," a source quoted the magazine.
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