UK Tabloid Gets Roasted For Making Kate Middleton Look Hideously Unrecognisable

UK Tabloid Gets Roasted For Making Kate Middleton Look Hideously Unrecognisable

UK Newspaper The Mirror is being accused of photoshopping Kate Middelton so the future Queen looks terrible.

The tabloid has been around since 1903, and in a recent cover story, they made Middleton appear older, but older isn’t even the right word; she looks awful.

Look, there’s a long history of using unflattering images of famous women in the tabloid world, but this isn’t a bad angle. This is something else.

Here’s a great comparison.

Basically, the internet noticed and has gone wild! Calling out The Mirror for completely changing the way Middleton looks.

The photo was taken to illustrate a story of the royals attending a Remberence Day service. So, obviously, Middleton was looking sad but the photo that made the front page made her look unrecognisable.

 




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