Pregnant Kate Middleton has apparently been photographed walking along a secluded beach in her bikini, while holidaying with Prince William and her family on a private island.
While there's excitement surrounding the pictures that reportedly show Kate's baby bump, the breach of privacy comes less than six months after the topless photo scandal.
British media have so far declined to publish the pictures out of respect for the Royals' privacy, but it's thought the images could still start a bidding war on American, Australian and European markets, fetching a possible £250,000.
Following the frenzy caused by French Closer magazine publishing topless photos of Kate from her holiday with William at a private Chateau in France, these latest photographs will no doubt raise the issue of privacy one again.
While there's been little comment on how the photographs were obtained or any possible action that could be taken, a Royal aide has been reported as saying, "This is unfortunate. They get absolutely no privacy whatsoever."
So what do you think? Should these photos of Kate and William be boycotted?
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