By Sonya Magett, EnStarz | Sep 19, 2012 02:34 PM EDT
A Swedish magazine has become the fourth magazine to publish topless photos of Kate Middleton. Swedish celebrity weekly "Se och Hoer" featured a three-page spread with 11 pictures of Prince William's wife Catherine.
The Danish edition of the same magazine, "Se og Hoer" will publish the photographs in Thursday's issue.
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Both magazines are published by Aller Media, a company based in Denmark.
Carina Loefkvist, editor-in-chief of the Swedish magazine, said: "This is nothing unusual, these are quite nice pictures if you compare with other celebrity pictures that we publish all the time."
Loefkvist revealed she bought the images "from photographers and photo agencies, the way we always do" and "before everything erupted."
The editor of the Danish weekly told BBC that their edition will offer a 16-page spread - despite backlash from the royal family. Se og Hoer editor Kim Henningsen said the photos will be released to show Denmark "what these photos are all about."
St James's Palace responded to the latest printing of the photos by telling BBC that "proportionate responses were under review".
The Duchess of Cambridge was photographed topless while sunbathing in the nude with her husband Prince William during a personal vacation. The images show the 30-year-old removing her bikini top as the royal couple relax on a balcony in a villa in the South of France. The Duke of Cambridge is shown rubbing her back with lotion while she remains topless.
The French edition of Closer magazine published the photos on Friday, Sept. 14 and Irish Daily Star ran the images on Saturday, Sept. 15. Italian Chi magazine featured the Duchess' private moment in a 26-page spread that included over 200 images which went on newsstands on Monday, Sept.17.
French Closer sold over 500,000 copies of the magazine while the editor of the Irish Daily Star has been suspended for running the pictures.
The royal couple obtained an injunction in a French court on Tuesday, Sept. 18, which banned French Closer from further use of the intimate photos.
The court order's many other stipulations includes removing the images from their website, handing them over immediately, and a ban on re-selling them. The Duchess' legal attorney also requested a criminal investigation seeking the identity of the photographer who took the images.
On Wednesday, Sept. 19, local authorities in France reportedly raided Closer France offices to collect the pictures. French police reportedly revealed they were seeking information "which might lead to the identity" of the photographer.
The royal couple are looking to have both the editor of Closer France and the unidentified photographer put on trial and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
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