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article imageDanish Se og Hør denies publishing Kate Middleton bottomless pics

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By JohnThomas Didymus     Sep 29, 2012 in Lifestyle
The Danish gossip magazine Se og Hør has denied media reports that it has published nude photos of Kate Middleton. The magazine, in what appears an about face, says it has no plans to publish the photos reportedly in its possession.

Digital Journal reported earlier today that several British and American news outlets reported on Friday that Se og Hør has published nude photos of Kate Middleton.
CNN, however, reports that the Editor-in-Chief of Se og Hør, Kim Henningsen, dismissed claims that the magazine would publish the naked photos of the Duchess of Cambridge. The Huffington Post reports that Se og Hør only published a 16-page spread of topless Middleton photos in its September 20 issue. The photos, according to CNN, were the same as those published in Closer.
According to Digital Journal, Henningsen had defended the decision to publish the topless photos, saying: "It's a set of unique photos from an A-class celebrity. 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... Our readers love to follow the lives of royalty and celebrities, and demand revealing news, up close."
But meanwhile, the bottomless pics of Middleton, leaked online, appeared on the website Egostatic under the suggestive heading: "Kate Middleton Regal Beaver on Fuzzy, Blurry Display in Newly Released Danish Gossip Magazine Pics."
The pics have gone viral online and have appeared on other websites such as The Inquisitr.
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