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Topic - Marie-Christine Daubigney
French police have opened their criminal investigation into whether topless photos of Prince William's wife Kate _ which appeared in an edition of the French Closer magazine _ were an invasion of privacy.
Daubigney denied as "completely untrue" French media reports that police raided Closer magazine headquarters Wednesday.
Marie-Christine Daubigney, assistant prosecutor for the Nanterre court, outside Paris, told The Associated Press on Wednesday that she has instructed police to get the names of some Closer employees, including the journalist who wrote the article.