Mr and Mrs Michael Douglas have been thrust into the spotlight once more as judges have overturned the £1m that Hello! magazine paid in compensation to its rival OK!
I don't want to talk about it, OK!
Were just amazed this is still going on!
Anyhoo, heres a quick update for those of you whove forgotten what it was all about in the first place.
When Welsh lass Catherine Zeta-Jones wed her prince of Hollywood Michael Douglas in November 2000, they got Hello! magazine to take some exclusive snap shots of the happy couple eating cake. But
OK! published them too.
Exclamation marks galore.
The Court of Appeal upheld the £14,750 damages against Hello! and in favour of the Douglases for breaching their privacy by using photographs which they knew were taken by a gatecrasher to the couple's New York wedding in 2000. Lord Phillips said that "as a means of invading privacy, a photograph is particularly intrusive, the Independent reports.
But the court overturned the £1m award of damages in favour of OK! and £2m legal costs because the contract between the couple and the magazine did not confer any legal right to prevent others publishing unauthorised photographs.
This will almost certainly open up a can of worms for future publishing rights over the exclusivity of photographs.
A statement issued by Northern and Shell said that OK! will therefore be appealing this judgment to the House of Lords".
OK! may find themselves in a similar situation when Jordan and Peter Andre get married, as theyve paid the couple a reported £1.8m for exclusive coverage of the bizarre event.
Although were sure theyll be happy to appear in every grubby little magazine that will take them.