Kate Middleton Pics Bottomless

October 2, 2012 by  

Kate Middleton Pics Bottomless, It was noted when the French magazine Closer published the topless photos of Prince William’s wife, Kate Middleton, that there were far more revealing and intimate photos of the young Duchess of Cambridge. And even though Italian and Irish publications soon followed Closer’s example, those more revealing pictures did not surface. But now they have. In Denmark. And the Danish publication, Se Og Hor (See and Hear), uncovered Kate Middleton from top to bottom.

The editor-in-chief of the Danish magazine, Kim Henningsen, defended the move, telling the Belfast Telegraph, “It’s a set of unique photos from an A-class celebrity. It is my job to publish them.”

And the almost certain legal action to come? “If the British royal family want to sue us, then it will happen then and we’ll deal with it.”

Se Og Hor published a 16-page spread of Middleton, complete with the already published topless photos and three previously unpublished images showing her bottomless while changing her bikini bottoms.

In the lawsuit immediately launched by the royal couple when the topless pics went public, a French court subsequently ruled that the photos were taken illegally (while Prince William and Middleton were sunbathing on private property on a relative’s French estate) and placed an injunction on on further publication of the revealing pictures in France. It did not rule on the photographer (who is thought to be British) due to the protection of sources laws in France.

This new set of photos will undoubtedly rekindle the smoldering embers of scandal that have died down from an intense firestorm that erupted when the news first broke that there were photos of a nude Kate Middleton to be published. It will likely prompt another overly dramatic response from the Royals, who attempted to liken the appearance of the photos in the press to the “excesses of of the press and paparazzi during the life of Diana, Princess of Wales.” There will also probably be more lawsuits, especially if the trail of exchange leads back to Closer.

According to the injunction, in addition to a fine for publishing the topless photos, the French magazine (which has a sister publication in England that refused to post the photos) would be fined £80,000 (over $129,000) if it sold the images to other publications.

Huffington Post reported Saturday that Se Og Hor at first denied publishing new nude photos of Kate Middleton. But since the denials, the appearance of the three bottomless photos indicate otherwise.

At the inception of the nude photo scandal, Closer magazine found itself the target of considerable scorn and condemnation, the right of privacy fueling outrage in direct competition with the curiosity effect. Closer editor Laurence Pieau spoke out, calling the media “hypocritical” for its condemnation of her decision to publish the pictures.

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