Sun front page with photo blacked out
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The Sun's managing editor defends Prince Harry photos

The managing editor of the Sun has defended the paper's decision to print the photos of Prince Harry naked on its front page.

Speaking exclusively to 5 liveBreakfast, David Dinsmore said it was wrong that millions of people had seen the pictures online when they had not been printed in any British paper.

The Sun is the only paper to ignore St James's Palace, which had requested that the photos not be published.

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  • 24 Aug 2012
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