A gossip website is claiming that a US publication photoshopped a fake baby bump on to Kate Middleton when they put her on their cover.
Celebuzz reports that Star magazine - which has already published claims that the Duchess is pregnant with twins! - enhanced Kate's stomach on a picture taken during her recent trip to Singapore.
In the image, Kate is seen side-on greeting the wife of the president of Singapore. Her stomach is noticeably protruding as she stands with one hand protectively over it while drinking water from a wine glass. Celebuzz claims that when compared to the original shot, 'distinct differences materialize'.
"Not only has is her floral slim-fit frock been mysteriously blown out - photoshopped in magazine parlance - but Prince William's wife is mysteriously missing her right-hand ring on Star's 'It's Twins!' cover," the site says.
Celebuzz says 'there's one glaring detail that gives away Star's photo doctoring: as compared to the real snap, a far smaller portion of the Duchess' left forearm is visible on the magazine cover.'
Star magazine follows up its cover pic with a story about Kate which quotes a 'family friend' confirming the royal pregnancy, and declaring the 'double baby joy' as a 'timely blessing for Kate'.
What a load of nonsense! Check out the pics and tell us what you think!
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