Just when the world thought it saw all of the Duchess of Cambridge, Danish celebrity magazine Se og Hør published photos of Kate Middleton completely bottomless.
The photos in Se og Hør's 16-page spread appear to have been taken during the same topless photos that circulated the Web earlier this month. The grainy photos show a bottomless Middleton in the midst of changing her bikini bottom while on vacation with Prince William in the South of France.
Egotastic published the bottomless photos of Kate Middleton, as well.
The initial topless photos sparked a privacy battle and scandal for the royal couple, and now a report in the Daily Mail said there could be up to 200 photos in total of Middleton during a sunbathing session at the French chateau. The topless photos were first published in French Closer magazine before similar photos rans in a 26-page spread in Italy's Chi magazine and Ireland's Irish Daily Star.
Kim Henningsen, the editor-in-chief of Se og Hør, did not disclose how much the magazine paid for the images and did not seem to care about a possible lawsuit from the royal family.
"It's a set of unique photos from an A-class celebrity," Se og Hør Editor-in-Chief Kim Henningsen told the Belfast Telegraph. "We are a leading gossip magazine in Denmark, and it is my job to publish them. If the British royal family want to sue us, then it will happen then, and we'll deal with it."
Kate Middleton and Prince William won an injunction in France to stop the photos from being published by Closer with a fine set for each day if the injunction is broken.