On 28-Apr-2017 In Celebrities
Motherhood is a beautiful feeling. There's nothing in this world which could beat this. Many women feel a sense of happiness when they introduce their newborn baby to the family for the first time. The wife, when turns mother, always wants to show infants to friends and relatives, as these little wonders deserve to be adored by everyone.When the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, delivered a baby girl on May 2, 2015, she knew her infant would survive to meet all the members of the royal family ahead of her, except Princess Diana, who had already died in a car accident.Even after all of this, a picture has gone viral on the internet which was posted in 2015. The picture depicts Princess Diana, Kate, and Princess Charlotte altogether. The daunting picture of Princess Diana with baby Charlotte will give you chills.Let's have a look at the pictures!
Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, also never got to meet her mother-in-law the way every bride wishes.
As we all know, that Kate’s husband, Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, loved his mother dearly.
The photoshopped vintage picture depicts Princess Diana, Baby Charlotte and Duchess Kate together in a single frame. And now we know what the reason is for it to go viral.
"What a great job at Photoshopping...Let's make this go viral!"
While the truth is, both of them never had a chance to meet. The photo (you saw above) clearly shows Princess Diana gazing lovingly at her granddaughter, Princess Charlotte.
The photo of Kate and Charlotte was taken before Charlotte’s christening. While the photograph of Diana first came from the princess’s meeting with Mother Teresa just two months before her death.
The original photograph (depicting Kate, Diana and Charlotte together) is a creation by Lori Vee Eastwood, who shared it on July 26, 2015, and wrote in the caption, "I am a beginner to Photoshop, I created this out of Love."
WittyFeedians, what do you think about this beautifully photoshopped picture? Share your views in the comment box below.That's all, folks!Subscribe