Royal Couple 'Seek Injunction Over Kate Topless Snaps'
Lawyers acting for the pair will appear in a Paris court today...
Lawyers representingPrince William andKate Middleton are set to appear in a Paris court today (17th September) to seek an injunction to prevent further publication of the Duchess of Cambridge's topless snaps.
According to BBC News, the Royal couple are also expected to file for damages after the intimate photos of Kate on holiday in Provence, France, were published in both French Closer magazine and the Irish Daily Star.
Italian mag Chi is also preparing a 26-page special edition featuring 50 pics of Wills and Kate on holiday, with editor Alfonso Signorini stating on Twitter that "not even a direct call from the Queen" would stop him publishing the topless images.
It is currently unknown whether the Palace will take action against Chi mag or the Irish Daily Star.
A spokesman for St James' Palace - who are apparently trying to find out the identity of the French paparazzi photographer who took the infamous snaps - confirmed that legal proceedings will begin in Paris on Monday, when papers are expected to be served.
He explained: "It is the first airing and we will be seeking an injunction from them using the pictures. It will lead to a longer court case where damages will be sought."
French prosecutors will then be left to decide whether any further action against the magazine represents a civil or a criminal matter.