An overwhelming 82% of the British public think it was wrong of a French magazine to publish photos of Catherine Duchess of Cambridge sunbathing topless, and 72% think the Royal Family is right to sue, according to a YouGov poll. According to the findings:
- 89% of women believe the magazine was wrong to publish the photos, and only 5% think it was right.
- 75% of men were against the photos being published, while 15% said the magazine was right to do so.
- 65% of men believe the Royals are right to sue, while 23% said they should not take legal action.
- 79% of women think the Royal Family is right to take legal action against the magazine, and 14% think they should not.
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A court in France has blocked French magazine Closer from re-publishing images of the Duchess of Cambridge sunbathing topless.
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