Australians ok with published honeymoon photos
Fri, 13 Jul 2012 10:11a.m.
The Australian media has come under fire from the royal family for printing photos of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their honeymoon.
An agreement was reached between the royal family and the media that Prince William and Kate were to be left alone on their honeymoon.
But a year on and the Australian Woman's Day has published the photos.
3 News Australia correspondent Rachel Morton joined Firstline this morning to wrap up the week’s news across the ditch.
She says despite outrage in the UK, Australians have the view that the UK media has been a bit oversensitive.
Legally, the magazine has not broken any laws in publishing the photos.
The issue of asylum seekers is also being discussed in Australia, with a poll finding that people are blaming everyone in government for the problem.
Tony Abbott says if he was Prime Minister he would have turned the seekers back to Australia.
Watch the video for Rachel Morton’s full report
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13/07/2012 11:24:21 a.m.
Its not about laws and rules,it about giving 2 people the human decency of respect to their privacy wishes or is that to hard to understand,despite your arrogent self exsorb greedy selfish ways Morton & Australia woman day and you arrogent aussies: Heads up..your publication will be Blacklisted..Globally and this you did,all by yourself....so good job-u deserve
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