Princess Eugenie

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Not quite. In fact, it is Princess Eugenie - or rather the airbrushed version.

Eugenie, daughter of Fergie and Prince Andrew and sixth in line to the throne, seems to have become the latest victim of computer retouching after posing for the cover of next month's Tatler magazine. Gone is her teenage puppy fat and awkward smile - replaced with the bone structure of a supermodel.

The Mirror's health expert Dr Miriam Stoppard said: "It's that arm that's the giveaway because it's the arm of an anorexic.

"I really feel sorry for Princess Eugenie because the aspiration to look so altered through airbrushing is really sad."

And beauty expert Madeline Crisp added: "She has lost her youthful bloom."

Eugenie, who will be 18 on March 23, isn't the first to be airbrushed by a magazine. Kate Winslet was famously made more slender by GQ in 2003.

At least the princess is in right royal company then.


Any gaps have been filled in and her teeth appear to have been whitened to give her a glossy Hollywood smile


Her ruddy English Rose cheeks have been camouflaged with make up. Madeline says: "They appear to have smoothed out her skin to give it an exaggerated porcelain appearance"


Any signs of puppy fat or those Windsor jowls seem to have been erased. Madeline says: "They have worked on smoothing her jawline and nose making it look sleeker."


These look like they have been slimmed down to give the impression she is slimmer


Even the princess's cleavage seems to have been reduced to make her look more svelte


Her curves are no more, instead Eugenie's upper arms have been slimmed right down and she looks a dress size smaller

Princess Eugenie, daughter of Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York and Prince Andrew, Duke of York, is coming of age. The 18 year old recently did a photo shoot and will appear on the cover of Tatler magazine. She is wearing a purple silk-duchesse satin gown by Ralph Lauren, with gold, diamond and emerald earrings by Bulgari.

Tatler is a contemporary British society magazine that carries a broad range of topics. It’s primary focus is on social trends among the rich and famous.

The lovely dark haired beauty is the youngest of two daughters. Older sister Princess Beatrice is 19. The two young woman are dubbed ‘The Yorkies’ by their friends. Their relationship is close and they credit their parents for working hard to keep the family close, despite the fact that they are no longer married. Eugenie said they are “the best divorced couple I know,” adding: “They just always went out of their way to make us feel loved and secure.”

Speaking of her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, Eugenie says she has nicknamed her “Supergran” - saying: “Truly one of the most amazing women ever. She is also very funny….All I can say is that she has this air of magic about her and she is incredibly wise.”

Eugenie plans to celebrate her March 23rd birthday at Windsor Castle with a small party. Her older sister celebrated her coming of age with an over the top costumed ball.

Eugenie was also photographed for the inside of Tatler wearing a silk and metal dress by Daks Luxury paired with a white-gold and diamond necklace by Chanel Fine Jewelry. See that photo and others after the jump.

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