The Duchess of Cambridge put her embarrassment behind her as she attended a friend's wedding just hours after being completely exposed in a new series of intimate photos
Britain's Duchess Catherine is putting her latest embarrassment behind her.
The Duchess of Cambridge - who was completely exposed in a new series of intimate photos - stepped out to attend a close friend's wedding today (29.09.12)
The 30-year-old reportedly looking happy and relaxed as she watched her father walk bride Thierry Kelaart up the aisle at St Bartholomew's church near Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire.
A wedding guest told the MailOnline: ''The wedding was lovely, absolutely lovely. I don't know why Michael Middleton was chosen to give the bride away but I know her father has passed away.''
Her glamorous appearance came just hours after Danish celebrity gossip magazine Se Og Hor printed a 16-page special of candid shots of her on holiday in the South of France with her husband, in three of which she is seen taking off her bikini bottoms.
The new images appear to be part of the same set as the topless photographs published in French magazine Closer, before Italy's Chi newspaper and the Irish Daily Star went to press with them.
The royal - formerly known as Kate Middleton - recently won a landmark injunction to stop further publication of the topless images by Closer magazine in France, under the threat of a €100,000 (£8,037) fine each day.
Despite the court ruling a ''brutal'' invasion of privacy and the heavy sanctions, the injunction has not deterred the Danish magazine and the photos have now made their way online.
Editor Kim Henningsen justified the decision to print the shocking images.
He said: ''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.''
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