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Friday, 25 April 2014
Us Weekly Denies Photoshopping Prince George's Picture
The magazine was accused of
airbrushing a cover photo of the royal baby, but it claims that the
color adjustments were made solely 'for printing purposes.'
Us Weekly denies giving a Photoshop makeover to Prince George's picture featured in the cover of its latest edition.
Other media noticed the differences between the royal baby's appearance
in the original photo and in the magazine's cover, prompting
speculation that the magazine added color to his cheeks and enhanced his
eyes among other things.
The magazine has offered an explanation to the issue, saying in a statement
that the original image needed standard color adjustments in order to
be printed. "The original image used for the Prince George cover was
dark and bluish in tone and needed to be given an overall color shift
for printing purposes," a representative for the magazine said. "By no
means did we go in and alter the color of his eyes or cheeks in this
Prince George and his parents, Prince William
and Kate Middleton, just departed from Australia on Friday, April 25
after a three-week tour of the country and New Zealand. The family
brought home a bunch of toys presented to the nine-month tot, including a
wombat stuffed animal from Australia's Governor-General Sir Peter
Prince William said his son had become attached to the "cuddly wombat."
He said on one of his final days Down Under, "We go away with wonderful
memories, and George goes away with his cuddly wombat, which he has
taken to chewing so lovingly."