Prince William and girlfriend, Kate Middleton’s intimate photos were stolen, and a man has been arrested trying to sell the pictures to a British newspaper.
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The British tabloid, “The Sun” has reported that a camera was stolen in London on Friday. And within an hour of the camera being stolen, two men using fake nmes contacted the newspaper wanting to sell photos of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
It’s being said that the camera actually belonged to Kate’s younger sister, named Pippa.
Duncan Larcombe, the newpaper’s royal correspondent, met with the two men, and they were photographed secretly. Larcombe viewed the more than 40 photos of the Prince and girlfriend, Kate Middleton, on the camera the men said they had found in a gutter.
The photos were said to be pictures of Prince William and Kate Middleton on their vacation in the Caribbean this past month. The paper said the images were “sexy snaps”, and gave the photos and the information to London’s Metropolitan Police.
Yesterday was Princess Diana’s 11th anniversary of her death, and as William remembered his deceased mother, Scotland Yard was busy making a raid in London.
“A 25-year-old man was arrested … on suspicion of theft from a motor vehicle and handling stolen goods,” a police rep confirms to People magazine. Thus far, the second suspect has not been caught they reported.
Clarence House, which handles the affairs of the prince, refuses to discuss the incident. “Our only comment is that it is a matter for the police,” says one palace source.
That would suck to have your intimate photos stolen, but wouldn’t you just love to see them?