Talk about hitting close to home!
With Kate Middleton topless pictures causing uproar in Europe, the Duchess of Cambridge was greeted by residents of Marau, Solomon Islands, in traditional attire.
Read: No tops.
Kate received a warm welcome during the latest stop on their Asian tour and was all smiles when given a traditional necklace and a topless sculpture of a female figure.
She and husband Prince William are taking legal action against French tabloid Closer, the first magazine to publish topless pictures of Kate on holiday last week.
Despite the lawsuit threat from the royal family, Ireland's Daily Star and Italian magazine Chi soon followed, running the Kate Middleton nude and topless shots.
"She's not our future queen," Daily Star editor Mike O'Kane told the BBC.
"The Duchess is no different to any other celeb pics we would get in, for example Rihanna or Lady Gaga." O'Kane was reportedly suspended over the decision.
Lawyers for Britain's royal family are attempting to stop further publication, filing both civil and criminal complaints against the parties responsible. Stay tuned.