10 worst celebrity Photoshop fails
Australian Woman's Day isn't the first magazine to Photoshop Kate Middleton. Marie Claire South Africa went even further when it photoshopped her head and hands onto an entirely different body. The editor defended the decision at the time, saying “The cover is actually a hyper-real illustration of Kate, meant to be a fan art tribute to fashion’s new royal icon.”
Kate Winslet has been the victim of a number of bad photoshopping jobs. In 2003 GQ photoshopped her so much Winslet said they had reduced her legs “by about a third”. The actress also said their retouching was "excessive", and that she had no desire to look like that in real life.
10 years later Kate Winslet was the victim of overzealous photoshopping yet again, but on the cover of Vogue. He skin was smoothed to such a degree she looks more barbie than human.
Unlike Kate Winslet, Demi Moore insists she wasn’t photoshopped for her cover of W magazine in 2009, and the magazine also said they did nothing out of the ordinary.
If that’s the case, then there’s something seriously wrong with her anatomy, as Moore’s left hip appears to be narrower than her thigh.
Beyonce is world famous for her bootylicious curves, but they were mysteriously replaced by a considerable thigh gap for the November 2011 Harper’s Bazaar cover.
Zac Efron proved men aren't immune to a bad retouching job, when he appeared on the cover of Men's Health with bizarre bulges on his arm.
Kourtney Kardashian appeared on the cover of OK! Magazine in 2010, sporting a slim figure and a newborn baby. However the magazine trimmed a considerable chunk off her figure and Kourtney called their BS. “They doctored and Photoshopped my body to make it look like I have already lost all the weight, which I have not."
Kristen Stewart's November 2011 cover on Glamour magazine doesn't look out of the ordinary, until you notice her left forearm has apparently vanished.
Katy Perry had her legs slimmed, her skin smoothed and her breasts enhanced for her 2009 Rolling Stone cover.
Former Sk8r Girl Avril Lavigne lost part of her right arm when she was digitally enhanced for the cover of Maxim.
Kate Middleton's Woman's Day cover is just the latest in what is a long history of magazines doing a bad job of photoshopping celebrities for their covers.
Click through the gallery above for some of the worst ...