Kate Middleton Won Lawsuit For Topless Photos
Kate Middleton wins legal battle over topless photo publication
Lawyers for the Duchess of Cambridge have successfully blocked further publication of the 'highly intimate' topless pictures
Kate Middleton has won a legal battle to block further publication of the ‘highly intimate’ topless pictures obtained by French Closer magazine on Friday.
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Lawyers for the Duchess of Cambridge have been battling it out in court this week to stop further use of the photos, taken as she sunbathed on holiday at a private residence with Prince William.
And today, in a landmark ruling, William and Kate’s legal team secured an injunction banning the pictures from being published again, anywhere in the world.
According to reports, French Closer magazine must hand Prince William and Kate Middleton the original photos ‘within 24 hours’ and are banned from ever reprinting them, or selling them to any other magazine.
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