Why sharing a picture with eight people spells trouble...
Emily Sheffield, Instagram
It began as an innocent photo opportunity to capture the last moments of premarital life, but a brush with social media has turned it into an awkward family photo.
David Cameron's sister-in-law - Emily Sheffield - Instagrammed this candid pic of her sister Alice and shared it with her eight Twitter followers.
When she realised her mistake, she Tweeted: "Ok so I am the idiot today. For the record I had 8 followers when posted, all family and friends, then forgot to remove it #amateur".
It doesn't matter how many friends or followers you have - once you've published something on the internet it is there for all to see. Admittedly you can hide behind your profile by setting it to 'private', both Twitter and Instagram allow you to approve friend requests, but there's nothing stopping those friends from lifting your updates and sharing themselves. If she didn't want something made public, perhaps Emily shouldn't have shared it online in the first place.
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Well I'm going to ask what everyone else is thinking, why is she half dressed in the same bedroom as her sister's husband, who just happens to be David Cameron. Capturing the last moments of premarital life ...hmmmm!!!
He has a red box on the bed with him......are u sure it's premarital? ;o)
Oh for f**k sake! WHO CARES!
In the real scheme of things...
How f**king petty and pitiful is all this...
Is it even news?
NO! It's utter garbage.
I suggest you read the article again
Cameron is NOT in the bedroom with his sister-in-Law, it's his wife !!
Article states: David Cameron's sister-in-law - Emily Sheffield - Instagrammed this candid pic of her sister Alice