Should Princess Di's photo be retouched?

Newsweek has written a cover story on the late Princess Diana and what her life would be like at age 50 if she was still alive.  The story features digitally-altered images of what the late princess would look like at age 50, including one on the cover with Kate Middleton looking on.  The images are quite unconventional, but are they disrespectful?

Should Princess Di's photo be retouched? 


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They used an old picture, that's what they do now..




Delilah cut Sampson's hair and forced him into servitude and demise, powerful is woman, strong and vigilant, she brought her men off battlefields to carry them on her back to safety or to burial

I don' t know, a bit disrespectful if you ask me.

Odd question!!  When was the last time the news media showed respect for anyone at all?  

If I can't always dazzle 'em with brilliance, I'll try baffling 'em with BS. Band of None

I agree with Hodag.

Here is one that needs retouched

I don't wish to be argumentative ,but I disagree with the Islamic belief that I should be killed! " If radical atheists decided they needed to kill believers to ensure their place in nothingness, I'd be criticizing that too."

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