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Royal News: The magazine Practical Caravan has caused outrage after revealing plans to publish pictures of Kate Middleton sunbathing topless while holidaying in France.

The publishers argue that the pictures are of ‘special public interest’ to their readers and that their publication is completely justified.

“Since 1967 Practical Caravan has sought to inform, inspire and entertain the UK’s caravanners,” said editor Ralph W. Commeatus. “And now we feel it’s time to add mild titillation to that list.”

“Our readers demand to comprehensively know exactly what Kate’s breasts look like – after all, they’ve probably spent enough time sitting alone in their caravans thinking about them.”

The magazine also says the paparazzi could learn some valuable lessons from Practical Caravan.

“We understand the photographer was over half a mile away when he took the pictures.” said Commeatus.

“If he had used a caravan – like the Elddis Avanté 372, which offers a spacious lounge and generous kitchen – then he could have gotten much closer and spent the time waiting for Kate to undress in much more comfort.”

Story+Image: Simon Swatman

 

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