Readers of Grazia magazine were absolutely furious when they rushed to picked up the special Wedding Day and discovered to their horror that kate Middleton had clearly been altered.
Featured in the popular fashion Â mag to commemorate Kate Middleton’s Royal wedding to her long-term beau, Prince William at Westminster Abbey, London on April 29, was the nations sweetheart splashed on the front cover with a waistline that was so teeny tiny, that it distorted the line of Kate Middleton’s corset and the fabric of her stunning ivory silk skirt.
It was clear to everyone that the picture of gorgeous Kate Middleton featured on Grazia’s front cover 9 May 2011 issue had been unprofessionally retouched, but to add insult to injury, the beauty magazine denied all allegations of tampering with the image.
However, Grazia have been gracious enough to come clean and admit that an alternation had indeed been made but only following complaints that had been put forward about Grazia to the Press Complaints Commission.
The magazine’s excuse for the poor revamping of Kate Middleton wedding picture was laid at the feet its production team claiming it to be an accident.
“We wanted a great image of the Duchess on her own, but all the photgraph’s had the Duke in too.
“So we asked our production house to remove him from the picture.
“This would have left the Duchess with only one arm, so they copied over her arm to complete the picture.
“Grazia would like to assure all our readers that we did not purposely make any alterations to the Duchess of Cambridge’s image to make her appear slimmer, and we are sorry if this process gave that impression”, apologised Grazia.