Magazine Publishes Pics of Kate Middleton's Kids Without Her Permission

In an unprecedented move for the royals, Prince William and Kate kindly asked magazines not to purchase paparazzi photos of their children in an effort to keep them safe. Everyone has played nice until now as an Australian magazine has published photos of Prince George and Princess Charlotte.


Citing the potential for harassment, the duke and duchess want to keep photos of their tiny royals restricted to public events and family imagery commissioned by the palace. But Australian magazine Woman's Day has apparently decided Kate and Wills aren't the boss of them, publishing a photo of Charlotte, George, and their nanny outside of Kensington Palace.

Yes, of course we're all curious about the royal family, particularly its newest additions, but this seems like bad form on the part of the magazine. And considering the title of the Aussie publication is Woman's Day, you'd think they would be a little more sensitive to a mother's plea for protection of her kids.

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We're interested to see if this opens up the floodgates for other publications to start buying snaps of the prince and princess, or if this will prove to be a one-off incident. For Kate and William's sake we're hoping for the latter.


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