By David Baker. The magazine which has come under fire for printing topless photos of the Duchess of Cambridge is partly owned by former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berluscon i. Closer France is published by Mondadori, an Italian company not only part owned by the infamous politician but chaired by his daughter Marina. And as St James's Palace today confirmed that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had launched legal action for breach of privacy against the publishers - it will be more unwanted attention for the man already embroiled in a long running trial in Italy. It is not known how much control the publishers have over editorial content for the magazine but whoever is responsible could be set for an uphill legal battle. Lawyers said those responsible for giving the shots the go ahead are likely to find the case very difficult to defend, although profits from the issue would likely far exceed any fine faced - thought to just a few thousand euros. X marks the spot: The long lens pictures taken of the topless Duchess were shot from the side of the road between trees around half a mile away from the chateau. So visibly they have been damaged by the fact the pictures were taken and it is likely a French court would rule in that direction. If Berlusconi has any involvement it could be cause for more concern for the politician who is still involved in the high profile trial surrounding his infamous bunga bunga parties.
The shocking clip features the unnamed lady strolling through the busy park in Bologna in her birthday suit as the gents excitedly take pictures. The Star also reports that one of the men put his arm around the woman who brushed off his creepy advances. Meanwhile, a randy couple got down and dirty on a street corner in full view of passers-by on the party island of Ibiza. The raunchy pair gave free rein to their passion after what was undoubtedly a very boozy night out.
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Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Photos: The story behind an iconic photo. Hide Caption. Ruth Orkin and Jinx together in Florence. Story highlights Ninalee Craig appears in iconic photo "An American Girl in Italy" She says the photo represents independence, not harassment. It's the question she hears most often. To some, the scene in the black and white photo from another era is almost too perfect. Craig, 23 at the time, breezes past clusters of men on a sidewalk in Florence, Italy, head held high as if impervious to their ogling as she grasps her shawl and handbag. Now 89, Craig insists the answer is no, still no.
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