Forty-five percent of Americans blame the magazines for catering to the prurient impulses of their clientele. Twenty-six percent blame the clientele for having the prurient impulses that supply the demand for such photos. Sixteen percent blame the young royals for being indiscreet and three percent actually admit what most won't, they want to see the photos. There is plenty of blame to go around but what is new? Humans have been telling titillating stories about the lives of young royals since Homer told of the abduction of Helen of Troy in "The Iliad" around 700 BC.