Following news of a secret wedding and a trip to space from father-in-law Richard Branson, everything was looking rosy for newlyweds Kate Winslet and Ned RocknRoll. However, the revelation that The Sun were blocked from publishing photos of Ned suggests trouble in paradise.
Everyone knows that when a celeb tried to cover a photo up, it's going to be either revealing, inappropriate or maybe a little bit racist. We've no idea what was contained in those RocknRoll photos, but judging by his wacky surname, his birthday will have contained loads of unwholesome fun. Perhaps not what the eloquent and refined Winslet had in mind!
The couple - upon winning their court battle to stop the photos getting published in British redtop The Sun, said: "We recognise that in the internet age privacy is harder and harder to maintain. But we will continue to do what we can, particularly to protect Kate's children from the results of media intrusion. We refuse to accept that her career means our family can't live a relatively normal life."
The Sun wanted to print "innocent but embarrassing" photographs of him at a birthday party two years ago. They asserted that the "semi-naked photos" were okay to print because RocknRoll is a public figure. Mr Justice Briggs, though, said no, and will give his reasons at a later date.