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Kate Middleton accidentally flashes cameras; Hayden Panettiere pregnant

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The Palace has no comment about Kate Middleton’s latest wardrobe malfunction, but, oh dear, it’s a doozy.

Germany’s Bild am Sonntag magazine just published a picture that was taken last month during The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s visit to Australia. Middelton’s skirt flies up exposing a thong as she walks near a helicopter. Which begs the question: Why not wear a slip?

According to the Daily Mail, the image was sold to the “highest bidder” after British publications bowed out.

Off limits

Suri Cruise has been chased by cameras practically from birth because of her famous parents, and that makes Kristen Bell angry. The 33-year-old mother of one is leading a growing movement aimed at reducing media demand for paparazzi images of celebrity kids. Bell’s No Kids Policy has been supported by such actresses as Jennifer Aniston and Jennifer Lawrence, who agreed to decline interviews with outlets that use paparazzi photos or video of children that were taken without their parents’ consent.

Fight for your right

A Beastie Boys rapper says the legendary hip-hop group would never license songs to endorse commercial products. Adam “Ad-Rock” Horovitz testified in federal court in Manhattan; he was called as the first witness in a lawsuit the group filed against Monster Energy drinks claiming copyright infringement and unfair competition. The suit centers on a video produced for an annual snowboarding competition Monster organizes that included a remix of Beastie Boys songs like Sabotage, So What'cha Want and Make Some Noise.

Bun baking

Hayden Panatierre’s next role is mommy. The Nashville star is expecting her first child with fiance Wladimir Klitschko, Us Weekly reports. The 24-year-old has been engaged to the boxer , 38, for about a year.

Walk it off

With a huge wedding set for July 4, Jessica Simpson is doing just about everything to keep the weight off. Insiders reveal to Life & Style that in addition to her strict Weight Watchers diet and regular workout schedule with trainer Harley Pasternak, she’s walking six miles a day. The bride-to-be has gone from 175 pounds to 110, six months after giving birth.

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