Aussie magazine publishes nude upskirt photo of Prince Phillip

Penny Burfitt
Lifestyle & Entertainment Producer

Australia’s NW magazine has brought back its sealed section, ‘Wang Watch’, and this time they’ve gone full frontal, publishing uncensored images of famous men’s genitalia.

Among the most shocking of the inclusions is a photo of the Queen’s husband Prince Phillip, taken in 2012.

The uncensored image shows the 91-year-old in a kilt while attending the Highland Games in Scotland, the Queen by his side, with Charles and Camilla also in attendance.

In a moment when the duke’s legs were uncrossed, photographers snapped an upskirt image which sparked some attention at the time, but published images were largely censored.

A different photo of Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles, at the event at which the upskirt photo was taken. Photo: Getty Images

Not only Prince Phillip shown completely nude

Other celebrities were also completely exposed in the section including Orlando Bloom, Justin Bieber, Jason Segel and Gérard Depardieu.

Though Jason Segel was shown in a movie still, the other shots were taken in public by paparazzi.

Orlando Bloom was another celb included in the section. Photo: Getty Images

The spotlight on penises didn’t stop there; other celebrities like John Hamm, Karl Stefanovic and Zac Efron had photos of their crotches clothes in tight fabric or at an unfortunate angles, published.

Celebrity chef Pete Evans was the sixth celebrity shown completely nude, but the Aussie personality was saved from total exposure with an eggplant emoji censoring his privates.

The only nude Aussie included was Pete Evans, though his private parts were censored. Photo: Seven

‘Back by popular demand’

The explicit section of the magazine was brought back in response to fans’ requests, according to editor Sebastion van der Zwan’s editor’s note.

“... back by popular demand, there’s our infamous Wang Watch, where you get a good, uncensored perv at the anatomies of your fave A-list leading men...”

Last reported on in 2014, the section doesn’t appear to have included uncensored nudes in the past.

NW has been contacted for comment.

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