Scandal: Naked women on the red carpet!
A woman appeared on the red carpet, ran among the guests in her underpants and showed on her body the message 'Stop raping us' written in the colors of the Ukrainian flag.
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A topless woman appeared on the red carpet and ran among the guests, showing on her body the message 'Stop raping us' written in the colors of the Ukrainian flag.
Her body was streaked with red, symbolizing blood. Ukrainian authorities said that they are investigating cases of rape committed by Russian soldiers during the occupation of parts of the country. On Tuesday night, the grand opening of the 75th Cannes Film Festival was marked by a video message from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
In the context of the war in Ukraine, the organizers of the festival decided to deny accreditation to all Russian film workers, but also to journalists who are in any way connected with the Russian government.
On the other hand, the opponent of the war in Ukraine, Russian director Kirill Serebrennikov, known for his brave films and support for LGBT + people, officially opened the festival with the film 'Tchaikovsky's Woman' competing for the Palme d'Or, saying 'No to War!'
Recall, that Prince William and Kate Middleton paid tribute to Ukraine and visited the Ukrainian Cultural Center. Of course, Kate paid tribute with her fashion combination, wearing a badge with the Ukrainian flag. This inspired Prince William to do the same.
Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge wanted to know how to help Ukrainians, those who remained in their country, and those who fled to other parts of Europe. The Duchess of Cambridge chose a cashmere sweater, designed by Alexander McQueen in the blue color of the Ukrainian flag, in her distinctive style. Small detail on her sweater revealed support for the Ukrainian people.
She and William pinned a badge with the Ukrainian flag just above their hearts. In this way, they joined the support of Queen Elizabeth II, which she expressed towards Ukraine. Earlier this month, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky sent a public thank-you note to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for supporting Ukraine during the Russian invasion.