By Daniel Hunter
Just when we thought we had heard the last of the Duchess of Cambridge, or Kate Middleton to most, topless photo saga it is set to rear its ugly head again, given that a Swedish magazine has published them, and a Danish magazine have said they will publish the pictures.
The French version of the magazine Closer was ordered to hand over the originals and a nationwide ban was implemented on publishing them. However, Swedish celebrity magazine Se och Hoer has now published them.
Both magazines belong to the Denmark-based Aller Media company, who claim the pictures are not that bad.
"This is nothing unusual, these are quite nice pictures if you compare them with other celebrity pictures that we publish all the time," editor-in-chief of the Swedish magazine, Carina Loefkvist said.
Meanwhile, Kim Henningsen, editor-in-chief of the Danish magazine, said the pictures will show Denmark "what these photos are all about".
The argument about privacy keeps running, with one side claiming that Kate knows she is a public figure and should have not taken the risk of going topless. But quite frankly this argument is ridiculous. Kate was staying at a secluded, private chateau, and the photographer has clearly used a huge zoom lens to pick her out. This is, in my eyes at least a clear invasion of privacy.
It is yet to be seen what action, if any, will be taken against the magazines for running the photos.
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