Doctored image of ‘abused’ Kate Middleton was used without Palace permission 

The ‘offensive’ image of Kate Middleton was used in the domestic violence campaign without minors’ permission

  • The shocking photo shows Kate Middleton’s face with cuts and bruises
  • The image was created as part of the campaign to end violence against women
  • Kensington Palace was unaware that Kate’s photo would be used










Shocking images of the Duchess of Cambridge as a victim of domestic violence have been plastered across Europe as part of a campaign to end violence against women.

The shocking photo, which was manipulated without palace permission, shows Kate Middleton’s face covered in cuts and bruises and was seen at bus stops and buildings in Milan and the southern Spanish coastal town of Los Alcazares.

Other notable female portraits used in the campaign include US Vice President Kamala Harris, Queen Letizia of Spain, and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen (pictured).

Kensington Palace was unaware of the use of the Duchess’s photo as part of the campaign, according to The Sun.

Other notable female portraits used in the campaign include US Vice President Kamala Harris, Queen Letizia of Spain and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.

The large red and white letters next to each photo read: “I told him.

But no one believed her – but she was left alone. But it wasn’t protected – but it wasn’t turned off. But she was killed anyway.

Kensington Palace was unaware of the use of the Duchess’s photo as part of the campaign, according to The Sun.

The images are understood to be intended to shock, rather than indicate which individuals are victims of domestic violence.

Italian artist and activist Alexandro Palumbo, who edited the photos, said he wanted to “draw attention to the bad reactions from politics regarding the problem of gender-based violence” and stress the “ineffectiveness of the support and protection system for victims”.

But some comments on social media criticized: You are not funny. Someone said: “Do not use pictures of women who have not given you permission.

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