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Success for Schillings as Kate Winslet's husband blocks Sun images
Cannot believe there are actually people who oppose the decision. The Sun does not own those pictures so if Ned doesn't want them published, he has every right to defend himself and take legal action. Ned was not a celebrity when those pictures were taken; the only reason The Sun is making a stink now is because he married Winslet. Their real target is Winslet; they want to embarrass her and are willing to pry open her husband's private life to get the job done. Totally self-entitled, shameless behaviour. Attempting to publish pictures that intended to be private is like prying open his private life. Those pictures were not intended for the public; if they were, we would've seen them by now, especially since they were taken in 2010.
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