The topless photo scandal that engulfed Kate Middleton last month has bolstered interest in the French estate she was pictured at.
Wealthy tourists are desperate to bag a stint at Chateau d'Autet - though we presume they aren't hoping to get caught up in a similar furore.
The retreat is owned by Princess Margaret's son David Linley, and apparently he is refusing to give in to demand and cash in on the royal family's latest debacle.
A source is quoted by Showbiz Spy as saying: "Linley has had mad offers coming in.
"Kate and William value him as a cousin and a friend and his refusals to capitalise on the publicity have been noted by the Royal Household.
"His currency is his silence."
The French edition of Closer magazine was bombarded by complaints and negative press when it published shots of the Duchess of Cambridge without her bikini top on.
Several other publications around Europe followed suit, and were quickly threatened with legal action by the Palace.
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