‘What HAVE they done to Kate?’ Royal fans in uproar as newspaper uses front cover image of the Princess of Wales looking ’60-years-old’ on Remembrance Sunday

  • Fans were in uproar over image of Kate Middleton on front page of a newspaper
  • Image showed Princess of Wales at Cenotaph for Remembrance Sunday 
  • However fans accused the paper of ‘photoshop’ due to changes to image 
  • One commented: ‘Your front page doctored image is misogynistic and bullying’

Royal fans have been left in uproar after a newspaper used a front cover image of the Princess of Wales looking ’60-years-old’ on Remembrance Sunday. 

Kate Middleton, 40, attended the poignant event this weekend, and stood on the balcony of the Cenotaph at Whitehall alongside Camilla as she watched King Charles and Prince William laying wreaths and remembered fallen soldiers.

However many social media users were left stunned after seeing the image of the royal mother-of-three from the event used on the cover of The Mirror newspaper on Monday. 

One commented: ‘Your front page doctored image of the Princess of Wales is misogynistic and bullying.

The original photograph

Royal fans have been left in uproar over a ‘photoshopped’ image of the Princess of Wales on Remembrance Sunday was used on the cover of The Mirror newspaper (left, the image of Kate on the cover, and right, the orginal picture) 

‘No one cares about always having flattering images but to deliberately use a doctored image shows you will bully other women and have a misogynistic culture.’ 

Meanwhile another wrote: ‘There were far more stunning pictures of our beautiful Princess of Wales that should have been on the front page without the blatant photoshopping! 

‘They should be ashamed of themselves.’ 

A third added: ‘Is that supposed to be Kate in the top right corner?’

Many social media users were left stunned after seeing the image of the royal mother-of-three from the event used on the cover of The Mirror newspaper on Monday

Many social media users were left stunned after seeing the image of the royal mother-of-three from the event used on the cover of The Mirror newspaper on Monday 

A fourth commented: ‘Have The Mirror put Kate’s picture through some kind of ugly filter here?

‘It’s had something done to it – the Daily Mail’s picture is from the same day, so she didn’t have some terrible rash or anything which might change the appearance. It’s awful!’ 

Another added: ‘Kate is simply beautiful, sour grapes from Mirror – goodness knows why. A beautiful, gracious princess. We love her.’ 

Another added: ‘What has Daily Mirror done to Kate Middleton? That is weird!’ 

Queen Camilla and Catherine, Princess of Wales, attend the Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph, in Whitehall (pictured)

Queen Camilla and Catherine, Princess of Wales, attend the Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph, in Whitehall (pictured) 

The royal mother of three was wrapped up in a black coat adorned with three poppies with a matching black hat as she attended Remembrance Sunday

The royal mother of three was wrapped up in a black coat adorned with three poppies with a matching black hat as she attended Remembrance Sunday

The original image of the Princess of Wales shows the royal biting her lip at the National Service Of Remembrance at The Cenotaph on November 13, 2022.

The royal mother of three was wrapped up in a black coat adorned with three poppies with a matching black hat as she attended Remembrance Sunday.

The princess joined Queen Consort Camilla, 75, to watch King Charles, 74, and Prince William, 40, lay wreaths to pay respects to Britain’s war dead. 

Two minutes’ silence were observed after Big Ben tolled 11 times, marking the resumption of full operations for the newly restored Great Clock in the nearby Houses of Parliament.

The Remembrance Sunday ceremony had added poignancy this year given the anniversary of the Falklands War, the Queen's death and the war in Ukraine

The Remembrance Sunday ceremony had added poignancy this year given the anniversary of the Falklands War, the Queen’s death and the war in Ukraine

Cannon fire marked the beginning and end of the silence, culminating in buglers playing the Last Post in front of the Cenotaph, before UK politicians and Commonwealth ambassadors laid their own wreaths.

A short service followed the laying of the main wreaths, with the Bishop of London, Dame Sarah Mullally, delivering a prayer. 

The King and members of the royal family then sang the hymn O God, Our Help in Ages Past as thousands filled Whitehall.

Around 10,000 veterans marched past the Cenotaph today, including 400 who fought in the Falklands War 40 years ago.

The Remembrance Sunday ceremony had added poignancy this year given the anniversary of the Falklands War, the Queen’s death and the war in Ukraine.

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