The tabloids just can’t leave the poor Duchess of Cambridge alone. Even after humiliating her by publishing surreptitiously-captured photos of her rack taken while she was on vacation, one last week also released pics of her royal hiney.

Danish magazine ‘Se og Hor’ (translates to ‘See and Hear’) hit the newsstands Friday containing blurry photos of the put-upon princess reportedly removing her bikini bottoms while sunbathing.

And why'd they do it? It was their duty.

According to editor Kim Henningsen, “We are a leading gossip magazine in Denmark, and it is my job to publish them.” She went on to say with all the publicity-stunt bravado she could muster, “If the British royal family want to sue us, then it will happen then and we’ll deal with it.”

Pretty ballsy words when just a short time ago, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge won a lawsuit against Closer, the French magazine that was the first to publish nudie shots of Kate. But it bought the rag a whole lot of free publicity, which might have been the point all along.

Regardless, we wish the European gossip editors would just get over this fixation already. We can't be the only ones who really aren’t that interested in seeing if the royal carpets match the royal drapes.