Honiara, Solomon Islands (CNN) -- Britain's royal family will go to court Monday to try to stop the publication of more topless photos of Catherine, the duchess of Cambridge -- the same day an Italian magazine plans to sell an "extraordinary" special edition of photos from Catherine's and Prince William's vacation.

go to court: 起诉;打官司(类似于go to church,意为去祷告而不是去教堂)

The French magazine Closer ran photos last week of Catherine sunbathing topless in private.

Lawyers for the royals will be seeking damages and a Paris court order preventing the photos from being published again. They also want existing photos taken offline, a palace spokesman told CNN.

William and Catherine will file a criminal complaint against the photographer who took topless pictures of her, the palace said.

file a criminal complaint: 提起刑事诉讼

Meanwhile, Italian gossip magazine Chi has said it will put out a special edition on Monday with photos of William and Catherine on vacation. Chi is owned by the Mondadori publishing company, which also owns Closer.

put out: 出版

"What you are about to read is a really extraordinary edition of Chi," the magazine's editor-in-chief, Alfonso Signorini, said in a letter to readers published in Monday's issue. He argued that the publication of the topless pictures of Catherine provides an opportunity for renewal for the British monarchy "with all of its obligations and its rigid protocols."

"To see a future royal immortalized in a series of pictures, which are certainly neither morbid neither damaging to her dignity, renders her for sure more likable and less anachronistic and distant from of all of us," Signorini wrote.

The royal couple is not currently pursuing legal action in other countries, the palace spokesman said, although the photos have also been published in Ireland.

pursue legal action: 进行诉讼