Rest assured that this is a very early present for the PR industry. PRs will be peddling their wares and attaching products and brand events onto the media charabang at every opportunity. Sales speak stronger than sentiment, and the baby care PR pixies have been stat-spinning like a tribal dervish overcome by super-strength hallucinogenic cacti.
So once again we have a paparazzo clandestinely taking photos of an attractive female member of the royal family with her breasts exposed, in what she assumed was a private situation where she was safe - and once again we have editors willing to buy and publish the embarrassing images so the world can gawp at them.
Fifteen years ago an estimated 2billion people around the world saw the funeral service of Diana, Princess of Wales after it was broadcast from Westminster Abbey. How is she remembered and what effect did she really have on the lives of those who observed her life and watched the dramatic and poignant events of that day?