The celebrity weekly will print the photos in this Thursday's (September 20) issue in a 16-page spread. The photos will not be available via its website.
Editor-in-chief Kim Henningsen said on the magazine's website (translated via Google): "Our readers love to keep up with the famous and royal life and demand revealing news.
"I am incredibly proud that we have the rights to bring the topless pictures of Britain's future queen the whole world is currently talking about - but very few actually have seen."
He added: "It is located in the Se & Hoer DNA that we must entertain and satisfy our readers' curiosity.
"Therefore it is always relevant to us as a duchess and future queen of England is topless and even voluntarily showing her breasts out on a public road."
Henningsen is reported to have been offered 240 pictures but will only print 60 to 70 in the magazine.
Earlier this week, a French court passed an injunction banning further publication of the images in France.
The topless photos were first printed in French Closer and were later published in Italian magazine Chi and the Irish Daily Star.
Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge are suing French Closer over the publication of the topless photos, and a preliminary criminal investigation has been launched into the matter.
The headquarters of the magazine were today (September 19) raided by police in a bid to find out the identity of the photographer who shot the images.
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