The BBC has reported a lot lately about the recent images that have been released by a number of international newspapers and magazines of Kate Middleton Topless. We have also been reporting on the stories, and neither our site or the BBC has posted the nude images, but we have posted relevant images to the story.
One thing that the BBC has posted however is a diagram which shows where the Photographers were standing when they took pictures of Kate Middleton. A big question that has been going around the internet this week since the images were leaked has been: Where were the Photographers standing? Did they breach privacy? Was the place that the Royal Family members were staying covered from public view?
Well, we have the answer. The diagram below is thanks to the BBC, and it reveals that although the Chateau was far away from the road, it was actually within public view if a long lense is equipped. It’s pretty obvious stuff that almost all Paparazzi members will have a telephoto lense as part of their photography kit.
In fact, it’s quite surprising that the paparazzi were not spotted when taking the images. Considering multiple papers and magazines have posted the images, it would seem that there was a rather large group of photographers at the scene. A group of people would surely have been visible from the distance that they were at. The overhead maps show how the view was gained, and although it was more than a 1000 feet away according to the diagram, the better the lense, the closer it was able to get. The images that have been posted in the Chi magazine appear to be the ones of the best quality. This could mean that they had a more expensive lense that was capable of zooming in further and getting images closer of the Chateau d’Autet where the Royal couple were staying.
Do you think that this counts as a breach of privacy? Should Kate Middleton have been less exposed to the road nearby if she was to be sunbathing topless? Comments below – We’d love to hear from you.