On September 7, , a German newspaper published nudes of a royal family member, so shocking they sent the palace into crisis mode. But how much money do royals earn and where does it come from? Picture: Supplied. Source:News Corp Australia. Stretched out on a sun lounger, he was doing what every Brit abroad does — soaking up the sun.
Donald Trump once talked about bedding Princess Diana and 'nude' Kate Middleton
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Trump has landed himself in hot water ahead of his first official "state visit" after branding Meghan Markle "nasty". He was referring the now-Duchess of Sussex's claim that she would move to Canada of he took the White House. And the blond billionaire has form for sticking his foot in his mouth when it comes to the Royals. His last trip to the UK - which was a working visit not a state visit- also saw him cut across The Queen while walking outside Windsor Castle.
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There are few, if any, readers in need of a refresher on the tragedy that befell Princess Diana on August 31, —15 years ago today. The idea that the paparazzi thirst that killed her—and the editors that fueled that thirst—would have been decried, and that official commissions and legislators would have urged and mandated editorial restraint, is today laughable, with naked Prince Harry as the punch line. But it didn't last long. The young princes were on the long list of victims in the News of the World phone-hacking scandal, and now, even the royal in-laws are boring enough to be passed over. The legal battle of King Carl XVI Gistaf and his wife was no doubt aided not only by truth but also legal precedent, as that same year Princess Caroline of Monaco was victorious in another European media-intrusion suit.