Kate's Baby Bump on show in Bikini shot

(43 Posts)
sb195 Wed 13-Feb-13 15:53:11

Poor Kate, again she has had another intrusive pap shot, and with her in a Bikini with her baby bump on show.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpnTXixRFzI#

Already I can see this child being papped every moment of he/she's life and I wish the paparazzi at least give her one moment alone

you can be the kind of royal that lives like the rest of us (richer though obviously) or you can live the high life as a British royal. this is a non story. I did feel bad for her when press we're calling and getting medical info on her though

noddyholder Sat 16-Feb-13 14:51:51

haha

Total non-story. If you didn't know she was pregnant you wouldn't guess from those pics.

DomesticCEO Sat 16-Feb-13 14:46:07

What's the relevance of Roddy Battern??? Except he's also a chinless wonder!!

BelindaCarlisle Sat 16-Feb-13 14:44:14
noddyholder Sat 16-Feb-13 14:42:06

poor kate? ffs

BelindaCarlisle Sat 16-Feb-13 14:40:59

LOL at roddy chisholm battten

fuck where DO these people come from?

Molehillmountain Sat 16-Feb-13 13:58:51

Thinking about it a bit more, I wonder if the topless photos have made them hyper sensitive to photos generally. If these latest ones had come first, maybe they'd have been less worried.

diddl Sat 16-Feb-13 08:44:16

"What can he do, abdicate? "

One can hope...

amandine07 Fri 15-Feb-13 21:35:35

Yes the topless photos were a total invasion as they were on a private property and, they believed, were not in public view.

These photos from Mustique, on the other hand, were taken on a public beach- if she doesn't want her 'baby bump' in the magazines then Kate needs to realise that she either covers up or stays somewhere private.

Wearing a bikini on a public beach and getting photographed by paparazzi, a fellow holidaymaker or whoever- it's going to end up in the public eye via the magazines- whether we as the general public are interested or not.

I can understand some of the outrage about the topless photos, but this is all starting to sound like whining from an over privileged couple who are in the public eye whether they like it or not.
What can he do, abdicate?

Molehillmountain Fri 15-Feb-13 20:02:22

I was with them on the topless photos taken whilst they were in a private dwelling. But whilst I don't like celeb papping much, I think they have to grin and bear it. Different once junior royal is born. They were in public. I think public empathy with them could wear thin if they are in expensive holidays and making a fuss.

BerylStreep Fri 15-Feb-13 09:30:34

Well I feel sorry for her. Just because they aren't worrying about the mortgage and making ends meet doesn't mean they are fair game for harassment. The photos taken of her on that balcony, from about 1/2 a mile away were a complete disgrace.

I think someone said upthread that it was a member of the public who took the photos on the beach, but the article linked to at the start of the thread (which doesn't show the photos) says the photos were taken with a long-range lens from a boat. Sounds like paparazzi to me.

DomesticCEO Thu 14-Feb-13 19:18:51

grin

amandine07 Thu 14-Feb-13 18:57:04

Thanks DomesticCEO

I will head over to check it out & brace myself for royal family sycophantic, hysterical wailing over "poor Kate, such tragedy on her luxury holiday, being photographed in her bikini, how very dare they!!"

DomesticCEO Thu 14-Feb-13 14:17:31

here it is amandine - it seems we're very far from alone!

expatinscotland Wed 13-Feb-13 22:41:59

Boo.fucking.hoo.

amandine07 Wed 13-Feb-13 22:40:50

Where is the other thread?

DomesticCEO Wed 13-Feb-13 21:44:13

Thanks Viva, I was just a bit hmm about the whole thing, have to confess.

Karlos is right. I started the other thread. What a mistake. sad

If you're that bothered about 'poor Kate's' privacy, why are you sharing the pictures? hmm

KarlosKKrinkelbeim Wed 13-Feb-13 21:17:16

There's already a thread on this which has established pretty convincingly that no-one gives a shiny shite. And why should they. I'm sure we all have more pressing concerns.

VivaLeBeaver Wed 13-Feb-13 21:15:10

Also she could be on meds for the sickness, something like cyclizine or ondansetron would help combat sickness a lot.

VivaLeBeaver Wed 13-Feb-13 21:14:26

Hyperemesis can last throughout pregnancy but not always.

Numberlock Wed 13-Feb-13 21:12:34

I begrudge it seeing as it's our money that's paying for it. Freeloading anachronistic parasites. And give me strength when people chirp up with the line 'They bring tourists to the UK'.

lemonmuffin Wed 13-Feb-13 21:07:14

Both of them were born with a sugar-coated silver spoon in their mouths.

I don't begrudge them that, it's how our society works these days, they just got lucky <shrug>

Just do us all a favour and don't bloody whinge about the teeny tiny little drawbacks that come with it!

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