Being British Royalty may mean that Prince William and Kate Middleton are forever in the public eye, but that's no excuse for reporting the couple's every move and then publishing it in bad taste.
Times of India printed a photo -- on front page -- of the Duchess of Cambridge at the India Gate where she had gone to mark Queen Elizabeth's 90th birthday. The photo published however, was not of her placing a wreath at the tomb of a soldier, but was of a brief moment when... wait for it... a gust of wind happened to blow Kate's dress a little higher than expected.
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Many have taken to Twitter to reprimand Times of India for its poor reporting.
Dear #TimesOfIndia— Royally.Fiery (@royally_fiery) April 12, 2016
Just when we thot perverse in print ws outdated, u come up w this. Dnt forget to click wifes/gfs skirt next windy moment
#Timesofindia Times of India, Why not buy the rights to playboy magazine instead? In any case how long will you make money in journalism?— Vishant Pai (@vishantpai) April 12, 2016
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This is the kind of picture you publish when guests visit your country! Capture awkward moments of a lady and embarrass all! #TimesOfIndia— Paushali Sahu (@dreamzdotcom) April 12, 2016
Historians reveal that Islam came out with the concept of Burqa just after Times of India started its publication— Ra_Bies 2.0 (@Ra_Bies) April 12, 2016
Although Times of India seems to be getting the brunt of it all, other notable publications have also published the story, including Vanity Fair and E! News.
UK's Daily Mail takes the cake however, with the headline, "Kate's Marilyn moment: Duchess struggles to control her £1,700 dress as she and William lay a wreath at Delhi war memorial."
If you're going to hate ToI for its "Kate's Marilyn Moment", then please do the same to the 1,000-odd publications who did exactly the same.— Deepanjana (@dpanjana) April 12, 2016
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This was the oh-so-brief moment that has made headlines all over the world:
Must have been a slow news day.