Kate Winslet's husband has asked a High Court judge to stop a tabloid newspaper from publishing photographs taken at a private fancy dress party.
Ned RocknRoll said there was no public interest in The Sun printing pictures taken of him at the party - which had an "outrageous" theme - more than two years ago.
He argued that he was not a role model and had been a "relative nobody" prior to his marriage to Kate late last year.
Lawyers for The Sun are expected to contest Mr RocknRoll's application later today.
The newspaper said Mr RocknRoll - a marketing consultant who is a nephew of tycoon Sir Richard Branson - obtained a temporary injunction last week.
And, at a hearing in London, judge Mr Justice Briggs was today asked to ban publication pending any trial of Mr RocknRoll's complaints about privacy invasion.