Last week, Pippa Middelton's iCloud was hacked with over 3000 photos taken from her personal accounts.
The photos included intimate snaps of her and her soon-to-be hubby James Matthews, as well as photos of her wedding dress for her impending nuptials.
But now, according to The Guardian, the princess's sister has been granted an injunction which will prevent any of the photos to be circulated.
Private photos of her fiance, her sister, and even Prince George and Princess Charlotte were offered to The Sun via an encrypted Whatsapp message. The hacker also asked for £50,000 within 48 hours.
The Sun alerted Pippa to the situation, to which her spokesperson said at the time: "Thank you very much for drawing this to the family's attention.
"I can confirm that not only have the lawyers been informed but the police are about to be involved as well."
According to the site, a 35-year-old man named Nathan Wyatt was arrested in connection to the breach. Scotland Yard confirmed that they made the arrest in Northamptonshire in the UK last Saturday.
Pippa's lawyer, Adam Wolanski, told the website: "There's no suggestion that these photos are in the public domain.
"The evidence points towards this being a flagrant and dishonest act that has caused the claimant considerable distress.
Nathan has now been released on bail and has been asked to return to a south-London police station in November for further enquiries.