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Catherine Zeta-Jones spokeswoman praises wedding photo ruling

(London-AP) -- A spokeswoman for Catherine Zeta-Jones says she and husband Michael Douglas are "delighted" with the outcome of a suit against a celebrity magazine -- even though they didn't get the kind of money they wanted.

A British court has ordered Hello! magazine to pay Douglas and Zeta-Jones about 24-thousand dollars for publishing unauthorized photos of their wedding.

The couple had sought more than 800-thousand dollars.

The court also ordered Hello! to pay one-point-seven (m) million dollars to a rival magazine that had contracted for exclusive rights to the wedding photos.

A spokeswoman for Zeta-Jones says the award is "historic." She says the couple took the action as a matter of principle and feel the judge's ruling vindicates their position.

During the trial, Zeta-Jones said the photos were "sleazy and unflattering" and made her feel "violated."

 

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