Kate Middleton's topless photos have been published in a Swedish celebrity gossip magazine and a Danish publication has followed suit today.
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Despite the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge being granted an injunction by a French court, where the original magazine to print the photos (Closer) was ordered not to sell the snaps on and to hand the images back to Prince William and Kate, the Scandinavian tabloids have gone ahead and caused the royal couple further embarrassment.
Swedish mag 'Se och Hor' (See and Hear), bought the pictures on Friday and has published 11 pics of William and Kate on holiday in at a chateau in Southern France.
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Editor Carina Lofkvist told Reuters: 'They are very cute pictures of a loving relationship.
She said the magazine decided to publish the pictures of Kate because they were not in any way obscene and it had in the past published similar pictures of celebrities.
The Danish equivalent of the magazine, 'Se og Hor', published the topless pictures of the duchess today (Thursday).
'It is in the DNA of 'Se og Hor' that we shall entertain and satisfy our readers' curiosity,' editor-in-chief Kim Henningsen said in a statement on the mag's website.
On Monday, the editor of The Irish Daily Star was suspended after publishing the photographs in its Saturday edition. And Italian gossip magazine Chi also printed a 26-page special edition dedicated to the Katepictures on Monday.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have just returned home from a nine-day Jubilee tour of South East Asia.
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