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Royal Couple Angry Over Honeymoon Photos
An Australian magazine has angered the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge by printing photographs taken on their honeymoon.
The royal couple was determined to keep their holiday in the Seychelles private and had asked all media not to print any pictures.
The British press has so far upheld the informal agreement but, more than a year after the wedding, Australian publication Woman's Day has now printed more than a dozen pictures of the couple enjoying their romantic break.
The cover picture shows the couple walking hand-in-hand along a beach, Prince William in board shorts, his wife in a black bikini.
Inside further photos include snaps of the couple in the sea, under the headline "Our Island Paradise".
It is not clear how the magazine obtained the long-lens pictures, some of which are grainy in quality.
The couple spent 10 days on the North Island in the Seychelles, staying in a private bungalow at a luxury resort.
A spokesperson from St James' Palace said: "The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's honeymoon was obviously a private occasion, and we would ask people to respect their privacy."
Woman's Day told Sky News they did not wish to comment and would not be issuing a statement in response.
It is not the first time an Australian magazine has upset the royal family.
In 2008, magazine New Idea revealed details of Prince Harry's tour in Afghanistan, in breach of a global media blackout on such information.
He was eventually forced to cut short his three-month deployment in Helmand province.
New Idea said it had been unaware of the news blackout but regretted its "serious lapse of judgement".