The Duchess of Cornwall's private secretary, William Nye has issued a formal complaint to the PCC after all of the major UK papers refused to print the topless photos they'd been sent of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
The photos were taken last year at Clarence House and were to be included in a charity calendar that the Duke of Edinburgh had commissioned. However after Princess Beatrice submitted her photos, the Duke suddenly pulled the plug the project.
All the photos were returned except those of the Duchess of Cambridge and her sister Pippa Middleton which the Duke said had been 'put in a safe place' for a future project. The Duke's doctor has since denied rumours that this has anything to do with his continued bouts of 'Septic Peg'.
Meanwhile the Duchess of Cornwall has spent months trying to sell her photos to the European press as a means of raising funds for her favourite charity, Help for Horses. However none of the papers has chosen to publish, most citing 'Public Interest' as the reason for their refusal.
After even The Sun refused to print the pictures, Mr Nye wrote a very stern letter to the PCC.
In the open letter he stated, 'The Duchess is most distressed that while Harry's ginger bollocks are the talk of Europe, she can't even raise a few quid for disabled horses with her own racy photo shoot. They're tastefully done, topless shots, that's all. I mean, it's not as if you can even see her nipples, after all the pictures don't go below the navel'.