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Kate Middleton Fully Nude, Despite Danish Magazine Denial

Kate Middleton appears full-frontal nude in a Danish magazine, even though the editor of the publication Se og Hør is now backtracking, claiming the photo was not published. The proof, however, is in print.

Editor-in-chief of Kim Henningsen re-ignited the uproar with claims magazine would not publish the Duchess of Cambridge without her bikini bottoms. A sister publication in Sweden also published photos.

The Danish photos were print last Thursday, and the magazine editor said other publications in Germany and Belgium had published some of the photos as well. The images showing Kate topless were previously published in French magazine Closer, an Irish magazine and Italian magazine Chi.

Kate Middleton Topless Photos Published

Kate Middleton is caught in a royal uproar over topless photos of her published in France and elsewhere. The latest photos in Demark show her without bikini bottoms. Click the photo to see Kate full-frontal nude.

The royal family won an injunction against Closer in a French court for publishing the images. The magazine was also ordered to turn over the all of its Middleton photos to the royal couple.

The photo in question shows Middleton pulling down her bikini bottoms apparently while changing bathing suits. She had a towel draped over her shoulder, but the front of her was fully exposed to the photographer and anyone else within eyesight of the chateau where they were saying.

A photographer who was there said members of the public who were on public grounds near the estate also had a full view of the royal couple sunbathing, according to London’s Daily Mail.

Se og Hør published the bottomless photo in a 16-page spread in its Sept. 20 issue that included many if not all of the photos that ran in Closer.

“It’s a set of unique photos from an A-class celebrity,” he told the Belfast Telegraph. “We are a leading gossip magazine in Denmark, and it is my job to publish them.” Adding, “If the British royal family want to sue us, then it will happen then and we’ll deal with it,” Henningsen said prior to publication.

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