Prince William is having a harder time containing Kate Middleton's topless photos from appearing around the globe than Mitt Romney is in getting voters to give him a second chance after his "47 percent" video.
International Business News reported that a Swedish celebrity gossip magazine was the latest to publish the topless princess' photos on Wednesday.
And even worse, a Danish publication will follow in their footsteps on Thursday, bringing the total number of places one can see Prince William's wife's bare breasts up to five, which include France's Closer, Italy's Chi, Ireland's The Irish Daily Star, Sweden's Se och Hor, and on Thursday, Sept. 20, Denmark's Se og Hor.
The Se og Hor is slated to take the Duchess of Cambridge's topless photo scandal to an entirely new level, with the Daily Mail reporting the magazine will publish as many as 60 to 70 photos of the bare-breasted brunette.
Se och Hor only published 11 photos, according to the Daily Mail, and the Danish publication, shockingly, was offered as many as 240 photos of the princess in all her sunbathing glory. Thus it appears that Kate Middleton's topless photos will still be making the publicity rounds despite an injunction by a Paris court.