The Australian publication is now getting some heat by turning the lovely Kate Middleton into a cartoon-like character on the cover of their magazine, obviously going overboard in enhancing the 33-year-old's already flawless looks.
Check out the original image of The Duchess of Cambridge at the new Kensington Leisure Centre in London on Jan. 19.
Now, check out the Woman's Day cover featuring the same shot.
Love how they even thought to add a sparkle to her diamond earring!
The magazine also darkened her makeup, most noticeably giving her some pink lipstick that completely wasn't visible in the original photo.
Photoshop on magazine covers has been criticized heavily lately, specifically In Touch's recent controversial Bruce Jenner cover, in which the publication superimposed the former Olympian's face onto Dynasty actress Stephanie Beacham to make it appear as if he was wearing makeup and women's clothing. The accompanying headline read, "My Life as a Woman."
The Kardashian-Jenner women rallied around Bruce shortly after the cover came out, with a photo of Kim, 34, Kendall, 19, Kylie, 17, Kourtney, 35, and Khloe, 30, surrounding Bruce on a couch with the caption "Family First."