Kate Middleton Photoshopped on the Cover of Marie Claire S.A.
The magazine Marie Claire South Africa photoshopped a drawing of the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton onto the cover of their August 2012 issue.
Kate Middleton refuses to pose for magazine covers, so Marie Claire South Africa decided to draw her on the cover of their August 2012 issue instead. They re-drew Kate's head and hands, and photoshopped it on to a model's body wearing a 'colourful' creation by local designer, Clive Rundle.
Besides the unlikely dress choice, there is one other cover clue to the truth behind the image: 'Fashion's new royal icon wears SA's best local designers*' it reads, with an asterisk.
Then below: '*Of course she doesn't. But she should."
This isn't the first Kate Middleton magazine photoshop. After her wedding, UK Grazia magazine cut Prince William out of their cover shot and took about 6 inches off the Duchess's waist in the process.