The Duchess of Cambridge has won a court case about her Topless photos
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge won a court case against Closer magazine, published in September 2012, pictures of Kate Topless. The court ordered the newspaper to pay compensation for damages in the amount of 100 thousand euros.
The court, held in France, ruled that photos taken during a holiday in Provence, became an invasion of privacy.
In addition, the judge fined the staff of the magazine Closer on more than 100 thousand euros is the maximum amount of the fine.
Prince William and Kate as compensation will receive 50 thousand Euro.
Initially, lawyers for the Royal family demanded 1.6 million euros.
Also, the judge decided that the newspaper La Provence have to pay compensation of 3 million euros for publishing photos of the Duchess in a bathing suit.
French tabloid Closer and the newspaper La Provence in September 2012, the published photographs that the Duchess of Cambridge was captured Topless by the swimming pool. The pictures were taken during the rest of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in a castle in France visiting great-uncle William Lord Linley.