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Kate Middleton Topless Row Forgotten As Royal Couple Dance In The Solomon Islands (PICTURES)

"There may be trouble ahead,

"But while there's music and moonlight (moonlight and music) and love and romance

"Let's face the music and dance," so crooned Frank Sinatra , and it looks like Kate and William have decided to do just that.

Put your hands in the air if you just don't care...

Decked in flower garlands, the royal couple threw caution to the wind and danced with wild abandon during a public appearance in Tuvalu, in the Solomon Islands.

All memories of Kate's topless row appeared forgotten as they took centre stage to throw their hands in the air.

Smiling through the awkward English grace, that saw the pair at points appear to be doing the Birdie Song, the event seems to pinpoint the moment the newlyweds were finally able to relax after the events of recent days.

The pictures emerged as a French court granted an injunction against further publication and sale of images showing the Duchess of Cambridge sunbathing topless.

The Duchess gazes admiringly as her husband dons a grass skirt

The Tribunal de Grande Instance in Nanterre, Paris, ordered France's Closer magazine to hand over all copies of the images it published last week and banned their resale.

Today's ruling only affects the French magazine and does not to extend to publications in Ireland and Italy which have also used the pictures.

It also prevents French Closer, which is run by a different company to the British version, from using the photos on its website and tablet application.

Italian publishing group Mondadori has argued the photos are not theirs to sell and said they are already "out there".

The scandal surrounding the pictures erupted on Friday when the magazine used 14 images of Kate and William enjoying private holiday moments at Chateau d'Autet, near Aix-en-Provence.

Their robust response to the pictures came after St James's Palace said in a statement that a red line had been crossed.

Lawyers for the royal couple have asked France's criminal prosecutors to consider charging the photographer who took the pictures.