Kate Middleton's sister Pippa is reportedly sweating bullets over a recent hack of her iCloud account and the provocative photos therein.
More than 3,000 images were reportedly stolen from Pip.
According to reports, the Duchess' little sister has received an injunction from London’s High Court banning the publication of any photos.
It is suspected that there are naked photos of Pippa Middleton as well as her fiancé, James Matthews, among the pics that were hacked.
Court order or not, the 33-year-old is worried sick.
The Daily Mail reports that despite Pippa receiving an injunction banning any publication of the photos, she knows how these things go.
She fears that “rogue elements” will still manage to post the photos on the Internet, which certainly was true in the case of The Fappening.
We've also seen several Kate Middleton nude leaks in the past (albeit not from iCloud hacking), so that has to be fresh in her memory.
In any case, she's hoping “all material and information that may have been stolen” will not see the light of day, if the courts can stop it.
Lawyers for both Pippa and James appeared on September 28 before High Court Justice Philippa Whipple who extended an injunction.
Adam Wolanski, the lawyer representing Middleton, told the judge that the theft of her photos has caused Pippa “considerable distress.”
Nude or not, her pictures reportedly include private shots of Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
There are also shots of Middleton at a wedding dress fitting and one of her mom, Carole Middleton, at Pippa's future wedding venue.
The alleged hacker has indicated in an email to the Sun (UK) that the pictures included naked snaps of both Pippa and James Matthews.
Together? Separately? Doing what? It's unclear.
Pictures of Kate Middleton partying with Pippa and friends prior to the Duchess' 2011 marriage to Prince William are also allegedly exposed.
As for the culprit(s)? They remain at large.
Allegedly, Nathan Wyatt was recently taken into custody after his home was searched on suspicion of a Computer Misuse Act offense.
The 35-year-old web designer was questioned by police; Wyatt may or may not be suspected of being a hacker or extortionist or both.
We emphasize again that this is a developing story; Wyatt has not been charged with a crime, nor are the allegations against him clear.
Whomever did it, their motivations are not known, nor is it established whether or not the pictures will be released and at what point.
It's hard to imagine the family paying any sort of ransom to stop the leaks, or a hacker caring what a legal injunction supposedly prohibits.