Swedish, Danish Magazines Print Kate Middleton's Topless Photos
By Staff Writer | September 20, 2012 04:36 PM EDT
Swedish celebrity magazine Se och Hoer printed the scandalous photos of Kate Middleton, including new unpublished one which shows her reovming her biki bottoms.
Danish magazine revealed Duchess of Cambrighde sunbathing topless in the three-page spread that includes 11 pictures.
Kim Henningsen, editor-in-chief of Danish edition, said the residents in Denmark can see "what these photos are all about."
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The Se og Hoer and Se och Hoer are both owned by Denmark-based Aullure Media.
Carina Loefkvist, Swedish magazine editor told BBC, "This is nothing unusual, these are quite nice pictures if you compare them with other celebrity pictures that we publish all the time."
She said the company brought the pictures last Friday "from photographers and photo agencies, the way we always do" and "before everythig erupted."
Although on Tuesday, a Paris cout banned future publication in France, it seems several European magazines are publishing the convtroversial photos.
The photos have been so far published in France, Italy and Ireland.
It has been reported the photos are demmed "rotesque and totally unjustificalbe" by the royal family.
Police in France are in gahtering information about the photographer as part of a criminal invetigation whether the pictures were an invasion of privacy.
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