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Kate Middleton Pulls A ‘Prince Harry’ By Also Getting Photographed Topless

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Rumors have it that the French magazine Closer bought topless vacation photos of the one and only Kate Middleton. She's allegedly naked from the waist up in these photos.  Yes, we're talking boobs and we're talking nipples.

That makes this the THIRD nipple-related scandal of the week. Which I think means that it's time for me to retire from celebrity blogging and get back to running my Hocus Pocus fan club.

But before I do that, let me say that I'm obsessed with this generation of the British royal family. One second they're covered up, the next second they're naked. They're completely unpredictable and I love that about them.

Can you imagine the holiday season at Buckingham Palace? One minute Prince Harry's removing wrapping paper, the next minute he's removing his clothes! What fun! What debauchery!

However the difference between Kate's topless photos and Harry's bottomless photos are that Kate didn't know the cameras could see her. And that makes it a little more creepy and invasive.

From the Australian Women's Weekly:

The magazine's editor Laurence Pieau said Harry would feel “less alone” when the issue hit the stands this morning. She said the images show Kate “fully topless” and some show her nipples clearly. “A little more than a year after their marriage, the royal couple was offered a romantic getaway, far from the protocol and etiquette in their very own garden of Eden,” the Closer website teaser reads. “Almost alone in the world … because Closer was there!”

Like, AHHH! They're making Closer sound like your stalker ex-boyfriend who just can't accept you've moved on.

So while you might be jonesing to see these alleged photos, we're not going to link up because it's in poor taste to stalk a couple on their vacation — and I wouldn't want to upset Kate Middleton right now.

Not when I'm angling to be the first person to interview her OB-GYN when she finally announces that she's possibly pregnant.

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