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2014-05-28 08:58
Berlin – During Duchess Kate and Prince William’s whirlwind tour to Australia earlier this year a photographer managed to capture a rather sneaky moment.

While the Duchess was walking on a lawn on her way to board a helicopter to Sydney a gust of wind lifted the royal beauty’s Diane Von Furstenberg wrap dress causing a millisecond Marilyn Monroe moment.

That in itself won’t usually make the headlines (who are we kidding? Of course it would!). German tabloid newspaper Bild am Sonntag got their hands on the images and decided to publish the pics of Kate’s perfect buttocks.

The images, which were also uploaded onto the tabloid’s website, have caused a landslide of criticism and outrage online. The Brits are fuming over the fact that their future queen’s bum is all over the web!

(If you want to see the pic you can click here)

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been dragged into a series of privacy rows with the foreign press in recent years after photographs were published of Kate in a bikini  while she was pregnant, and topless while on honeymoon, Mail Online reported.


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