In 2012, a French magazine published a photo of Kate Middleton sunbathing topless on her holiday.
At the time, Donald Trump weighed in, tweeting that the royal family was only “responsible for itself.”
A new royal book claims the comments made both Prince William and King Charles nervous.
Donald Trump’s comments about a nude photo of Kate Middleton sunbathing in 2012 made Princes William, Harry and Prince Charles nervous, a new book claims.
Christopher Andersen is the author of a new royal biography.”The King: The Life of Charles III will be released in the UK on December 8th. His previous titles include “Siblings and Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan This is one of seven books Andersen wrote about royalty.
His latest work touches on Charles, 73, and his relationship with Donald Trump, 76, years before he was elected president.According to the excerpt shared by NewsweekFrustration between the royal family and Trump reached a boiling point when Middleton tweeted that he had “no choice but to blame himself” for French magazine Closer’s 2012 photo of her sunbathing topless. did.
“She shouldn’t be sunbathing naked,” Trump tweeted. “If Kate is sunbathing naked, who doesn’t make a lot of money taking pictures of Kate. Come on Kate, she!”
Andersen wrote: “Trump’s criticism of Kate has resulted in what one Clarence House butler called a ‘torrent of blasphemy’ from both Prince Charles and his sons.
The author, who was once a senior editor at People magazine, claimed it wasn’t the first time Trump’s comments had provoked outrage from the royal family.
Andersen wrote that Charles was “disappointed” after Trump misspelled his title as “Prince of Whales” on Twitter in 2019. every day.
Charles is prince of wales until he becomes the next king Death of Queen Elizabeth II in September.
Additionally, Andersen added that Trump’s sexual comments about Princess Diana, months after her death in 1997, were not welcomed by the royal family.
In a radio interview with Howard Stern, Trump said he could “could” with her if he wanted to – but only if she agreed to be tested for HIV. People magazine reported.
Representatives for Buckingham Palace, Prince Harry and Donald Trump did not immediately respond to an insider’s request for comment.
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