LONDON – A potential bomb for the reputation of the family of Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge and future mother of the heir to the British throne. The Daily Mail reveals today that the Florida company run by Kate’s parents for a fortune calculated at around £ 30 million thanks to the production and sale of gadgets online from parties for children, exploit the work of small ‘slaves’ of the most disadvantaged in the world, paid in the countries of origin no more than 10 cents per hour to achieve the objects intended for parties of affluent peers in England and beyond.
The British newspaper conducted an investigation that resulted in a slum on the outskirts of Tijuana, Mexico, the border town ravaged by drug trafficking. Here he met Monica Villegas, 38, and her daughter Stephanie, 5, who hand make one of the ‘party pieces’ most popular sold by Middleton. Monica works in his small kitchen, writes Dily Mail: 10 hours a day, 7 days a week. Together with the 18 year old son and the little Stephanie. They make a variety of products for various businesses in the UK. Which may include ‘Party Pieces’ of Middleton, which paid a small object pence (less than a euro), it sells for 12.99 pounds (about 15 euro).