“Princess Diana” Walking with Kate on Newsweek Cover – Cool or Creepy?
2:25 pm, June 28th, 2011
It’s part of the magazine’s speculative story imagining what the late princess’ life would be like if she were still alive now, at age 50.
The article’s author Tina Brown goes into (fake) detail about where Diana would be living (New York), with whom she’d start having “undercover trysts,” what she’d be doing in the upper echelons of charity, her probable Twitter influence, and her jealousy over son Prince William‘s popular new bride.
It’s compelling, of course, to think about “what might have been” had Diana’s fatal car accident never happened.
But the entire premise, especially the cover “photo” and a fake Facebook page for the late princess (SEE BELOW), feels kind of… creepy.
Diana’s a beloved figure who lives in the memory of many.
What do you think about Newsweek‘s controversial approach?
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