Compensation for Kate Middleton after placing toplessfoto’s
The French roddelblad Closer should Kate Middleton and her husband prince William pay a compensation for damages for the placing of toplessfoto in 2012.
The French judge decided Tuesday that Closer to the British couple € 100,000 should pay for placing of the photos. The publisher and owner of the blade must be set in addition to the 45,000 euros to pay.
The couple recently filed a lawsuit against the French magazine after the photos published of Middleton during a holiday in the South of France. In may testified William in the matter and then informed me in a letter that the photos not only have their privacy had been breached, but also that the matter is “embarrassing” given the death of his mother Diana in 1997 Paris was killed when she was chased by paparazzi.
Of Closer demanded the duke and duchess of Cambridge 1.5 million euros in damages, of La Provence, where Middleton on the picture is still a little top on her, 42.000 euros. Or La Provence also obliged to pay the compensation, it is not yet clear.
The couple made Monday known for their third child to expect. William (35) and Kate (35) are already the parents of a son George (4) and daughter Charlotte (2).