Controversially Seductive Photos Of Meghan Markle Allowed To Revive Kate's Scandal Over The Topless Snaps
The scandal over the topless photos of Kate Middleton may soon change its outcome after the public revealed Meghan Markle took part in controversial video footage for the Men’s Health magazine. The French side argues about the amount of compensation and claims Duchess of Sussex is completely fine with her overexposing photos available on the Internet.
Training for Meghan
Meghan Markle is a part of the royal family for almost a month. She was preparing for the life in the palace quite a lot; however, even the toughest training can’t be compared to living among the nobility for the entire life.
That is why Queen Elizabeth reportedly hired 49-year-old Samantha Cohen to help the Duchess of Sussex accustom to the life among the royals quicker. Perhaps, the first rule Meghan will receive will be forgetting about making seductive videos for men’s magazines.
Meghan turned out to have a small secret. In 2013, she was filmed in an erotically themed video for the Men’s Health magazine. The footage featured Markle getting off her clothes and posing seductively on the camera. There wouldn’t be so much hype about the sexy advertising unless another scandal around Kate Middleton took place.
In 2012, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge demanded $123,000 for the published photos of topless Kate. The suffered French Closer magazine now started the appeal against the compensation, providing simple reasoning:
They are happy with sexy photos of themselves when they are in control, but then claim huge amounts of money when they’re unauthorised.
According to the French laws, the similar privacy issues may cost up to only $140.
Unfortunately, the royals become the antiheroes of the cover pages quite often. Prince Andrew seduced the 17-year-old to sleep with him in 2015.
Prince Charles was accused of cheating on Diana with Camilla when both were still married. Prince Harry turned out to be a problematic child starting with marijuana and alcohol overdose, ending up with a Nazi costume captured on camera.
Hopefully, the two scandals will calm down quite soon, and the royal family will be more attentive in the future, concerning the similar experience.
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