Topless Photos: Royal Couple Granted Injunction
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have won an injunction preventing Closer magazine showing more photos of her sunbathing topless.
The Tribunal de Grande Instance in Nanterre, Paris also ordered the magazine to hand over all files of the pictures to the royal couple within 24 hours.
Closer - which is owned by the Italian publishing group Montedori - was warned it would be fined 10,000 euros (£8,070) a day for each day the injunction was not respected.
The civil case ruling prevents Closer, which published the pictures on Friday, from reusing them in print or on its website, as well as from selling them to markets where they have not been published.
The pictures are already widely available on the Internet and have already been printed in Ireland's Daily Star newspaper and Italy's Chi magazine which is also part of Montedori, itself owned by former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.
William and Kate have also initiated criminal proceedings over the images with the aim of getting Closer's editor and the photographer or photographers who took them prosecuted.