Grazia Magazine Admits Altering Duchess Kate's Figure
A British magazine has admitted to photoshopping Duchess Kate’s already svelt figure to make it look even thinner. INSIDE EDITION has the scoop.
Princess Kate photoshopped! That's the admission being made by a British magazine.
Kate was featured on the cover of Grazia's Royal Wedding issue, but her waist appeared much slimmer than in other photographs taken from her wedding day.
The magazine is calling Kate's slimmed down waistline a mistake, saying:
"We did not purposely make any alternations to the image to make her appear slimmer, and we are sorry if this process gave that impression."
There's also a controversy over her royal hotness, Pippa Middleton, and her now famous posterior. Did she get padding for the royal wedding to give it more...shape?
That's the question being raised by the new TLC documentary, Pippa Middleton.
Lesley Reynolds Kahn, a plastic surgeon, said "I'm not convinced hers is completely natural. If you look at other photos of her and you see her in jeans, she's got quite a flat bottom."
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