It's tough trying to run a business when every update on your website is scrutinized by the global media looking for a story.
Now, lawyers for the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games (Locog) are to look at the party-planning website of the Middleton family to investigate whether it breaches the strict advertising rules of the London 2012 Olympic Games, the Telegraph is reporting today.
It is not clear how Locog were alerted to the website of Party Pieces owned by the Duchess of Cambridge's family.
If the company is in breach of the Olympic Act 2006, it could result in court action and a possible £20,000 fine, but, "The standard practice is to issue a warning letter, but in blatant breaches or where the company refuses to co-operate we take it seriously," an Olympic source told Telegraph Sport this morning.
The Middleton family is advertising "Olympic Party Ideas" on its website with extensive party goods under the heading "Celebrate the Games" and has a ring toss game 'inspired' by the Olympic logo.