Prince William And Kate Middleton On Mission To Salvage Reputation Of Royals

Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge have reportedly been drafted in to salvage the reputation of the British royal family, following Prince Harry’s nude picture scandal.

The royal family has chosen Prince William and Kate Middleton to take to the forefront in an attempt to divert media attention from Harry in the wake of his wild antics in Las Vegas.

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Prince William And Kate Middleton On Mission To Salvage Reputation Of Royals

The ‘picture perfect’ couple has made numerous outings to watch events at the London Paralympic Games, supporting competitors who against the odds have gone on to triumph at various sporting disciplines. William and Kate’s trip to the South Pacific later this month is also hoped to attract more positive media attention for the royals.

Meanwhile it is predicted that it may take up to 6 months for the damage of Harry’s Las Vegas scandal to die down, with rumors that more details on his partying in Sin city could become surfaced rife.

Since the pictures were leaked, Harry has laid low, with him noticeably missing from the opening ceremony of the Paralympics’, whilst the rest of the royal family were in attendance. The prince did however make his first public outing since arriving back in the UK last night, when he attended a charity event, of which he is patron of.

As much as the royals try to divert attention from Harry, and push William and Kate into the forefront, there is no avoiding massive future press and public attention towards him. The scandal has catapulted Harry into the limelight, and the public is keen to read and hear about the loveable wild prince. It is thought that pictures of him behaving badly are now likely to sell for millions of dollars, making him the hot target for spying paparazzi.

Article By Victoria Beckett

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