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WWD reports that a civil court outside Paris has granted an injunction against further publication of the topless vacation photos of Kate Middleton. That means France's Closer Magazine, which originally published the photos despite protests from the Royal family, can't republish or sell the photos. (Well, they can't resell the photos anymore: Publications in Italy and Ireland already ran the pictures over the weekend.)
The court also demanded the mag pony up all devices storing the images within 24 hours, but as of yesterday, St. James Palace was still intending to sue the photographer, according to WWD. Which means the internet will still be discussing KMid's breasts for months to come.
· French Court Rules on Royal Photos [WWD]
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· All Kate Middleton Coverage [Racked]