Photos Revealing Kate Middleton's Baby Bump Get Royal Family Livid, Green Bean Buddy Comments It's Easy to Understand Why

Italian magazine's publication of Kate Middleton's pregnant photographs displeased the royal family. Entertainment and sports news website Green Bean Buddy commented it is easy to understand why.

New York, NY (PRWEB) February 14, 2013

The baby bump of the Kate Middleton was revealed for the first time. However, the royal family was displeased said a report from time.com. And given that the said revelation was made through photos taken by the paparazzi during the prince and princess' vacation, Green Bean Buddy commented that it was easy to understand why they are livid about it.

Based on the report, the said first photos of Kate Middleton's baby bump was published by the Italian magazine Chi. Back in September of last year, it was the same magazine that published the controversial topless images of the Duchess, related the report.

Through a spokesperson, the royal family said that the photos showed a clear breach of privacy. And on the possibility of the images also to be published in other countries, the report related that they as well expressed disappointment.

The photographs of Kate Middleton with her baby bump was said taken during her vacation with Prince William in the Caribbean.

Here's an excerpt from the report.

“The royal bump of the Duchess of Cambridge was reportedly bared for the first time. But it's without the permission of the royal family or the couple. And needless to say, they are not pleased.

Based on a report, the baby bump of Kate Middleton was photographed while she and Prince William were on a vacation in the Caribbean. Particularly, it was said that they were in the island of Mistique for a holiday when the photos of the pregnant Duchess were snapped. But what's more interesting is that the magazine that published them was the same one that printed the pictures of Kate topless while also on a vacation last September.”

Entertainment and sports news website Green Bean Buddy agreed with the royal family's statement that the photos show a clear breach of the Duke and Duchess' privacy. Moreover, given it was the same magazine that also printed the Duchess' topless photographs last year, it added that it was indeed easy to understand their displeasure about the publication of the images.

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