Bottomless Kate Middleton Photos Published By Danish Tabloid Despite Claims To The Contrary
The "Kate Middleton topless" scandal that has only recently died down has now been refueled by reports that there are also bottomless Kate Middleton photos floating around out there, reportedly taken from the same sexy vacation that the Duchess of Cambridge and her handsome husband, Prince William, 30, shared at a relative's Provence estate.
The bottomless photos, which were reportedly snapped while Kate, 30, was changing out of her bikini bottoms while sunbathing outdoors, are in the possession of Danish gossip magazine Se Og Hor, which also published the topless pics of Kate in a 16-page spread that came out on September 20, reports Examiner.
Though Se Og Hor editor-in-chief Kim Henningsen told CNN over the weekend that it would not publish the new bottomless photos of Kate, the grainy images have since appeared in the magazine, as well as the Buzz Media-owned Egotastic. Regarding the first round of half-nude Middleton pics, Henningsen told the Belfast Telegraph, "It's a set of unique photos from an A-class celebrity. We are a leading gossip magazine in Denmark, and it is my job to publish them."
Middleton and the royal family went after papers that had published the topless photos of her and were awarded an injunction against French magazine, Closer, claiming that the pics were taken illegally while the couple were on private property. The photos were also published, however, by Italian Irish papers Chi and Irish Daily Star, respectively, in addition to the Danish Se Og Hor and its Swedish sister tabloid, Se Och Hoer.
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About the possibility of a lawsuit, Henningsen said, "If the British royal family want to sue us, then it will happen then, and we'll deal with it then."
Thus far, there has been no comment about the new developments from the royal family. The photographer, protected by French publication laws, remains unidentified, but is thought to be British.
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