The plot thickens: Editor hints at Wills & Kate sex pics
The editor of France's Closer magazine seems unconcerned about lawsuits, and hinted that he has far more revealing photos of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Closer magazine is really getting close to the edge now. First, the mag published photos of Kate Middleton sans top — and now magazine editor Laurence Pieau claims to have more revealing photos.
"I won't hide the fact that there are more intimate pictures that exist that we haven't published and will not publish," Pieau said in a video interview. "These images are full of joy, not degrading."
Basically, he's saying Wills & Kate were getting it on outside. It's not salacious at all — if anything, the photographer is the creep for using his (or her!) megatelephoto lens to capture the royal couple on holiday.
Buckingham Palace has already filed a lawsuit against the French magazine for the photos taken last week in Provence, France.
"Their Royal Highnesses had every expectation of privacy in the remote house. It is unthinkable that anyone should take such photographs, let alone publish them. Officials acting on behalf of Their Royal Highnesses are consulting with lawyers to consider what options may be available to The Duke and Duchess," St. James' Palace said in a statement. The royals aren't going to let it get them down, though.
"The Duke and Duchess remain focused currently on their Tour of Singapore, Malaysia, [the] Solomon Islands and Tuvalu on behalf of HM The Queen."
We have an idea of what could get the public's attention away from Middleton in the buff: A royal baby! Rumors have been swirling since she refused multiple offers of wine during their Asian tour.
"Things like this, people do look at them and wonder if they are signs," The Mirror's royal correspondent Victoria Murphy told ABC News. "People are whispering and going on, 'Is she pregnant? Is she pregnant?'"
It sounds like they're more than ready — William even knows how many kids he wants.
"Two!" he told a schoolboy in Singapore on Tuesday.