Women's Day's Photoshopped Kate Middleton Cover Is Unnecessary

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If you're going to Photoshop someone, at least do it well!

Women's Day's latest cover features Kate Middleton, although you'd have to take a second look just to make sure it was really her thanks to the bad Photoshop job the magazine did on the Duchess.

The cover photo shows the Duchess of Cambridge from when she visited the Kensington Aldridge Academy last week, but apparently the 33-year-old mom didn't look good enough au naturale because her face was laughably digitally enhanced.

Kate was given bright pink lipstick, more blush on her cheeks and brightened eyes that made the whites in her eyes pop.

Even the Duchess' earrings weren't shiny enough for Women's Day, who gave the amethyst and diamond drop pair some more sparkle.

We don't understand why Duchess Kate—who's six months pregnant with her second child—needs to be Photoshopped in the first place. She always looks gorgeous!

Take a look at the photos below and tell us: do you think Kate was Photoshopped too much or do you think it's fine?

Women's Day cover:

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Kate at the Kensington Aldridge Academy last week:

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