Kate Winslet's husband has won a High Court fight to stop a tabloid newspaper printing photographs taken at a private fancy dress party with an "outrageous" theme.

Ned RocknRoll, 34, said there was no public interest in The Sun publishing the photographs - taken more than two years ago.

He said he is not a role model and had been a "relative nobody" prior to his marriage to Kate, 37, late last year.

His lawyers told a High Court judge that publication would be a breach of privacy and could lead to the Titanic actress' children being bullied.

High Court judge Mr Justice Briggs ruled in favour of Ned following a hearing in London.

He made an order preventing The Sun from publishing the pictures pending any trial.

The judge said he would give reasons for his decision at a later date.