Newsweek's Doctored Di Cover 'Creepy,' 'Crude' Magazine imagines Di at 50; Internet does not approve By Evann Gastaldo, Newser Staff Posted Jun 29, 2011 8:53 AM CDT Updated Jun 29, 2011 10:36 AM CDT 12 comments Comments In this magazine cover image released by Newsweek, a computer-generated image of Princess Diana is shown with Kate Middleton on the cover of the July 4, 2011 issue of Newsweek magazine. (AP Photo/Newsweek) (Newser) – Not exactly what you'd expect from the pre-Tina Brown Newsweek: A Photoshopped Princess Diana strolls on the cover with daughter-in-law Kate Middleton, as the magazine imagines what Di would be like today, at age 50. (Brown speculates that she'd still be "great-looking," with the help of some Botox, would have had at least two re-marriages, and would, of course, have 10 million Twitter followers.) Not surprisingly, reaction to the doctored cover has not been great. Some headlines: The Atlantic Wire: "How Creepy Is Princess Diana's Ghost on the Cover of Newsweek?" New York magazine's Daily Intel blog: "Newsweek, a Leading Weekly Journal of Fan Fiction, Checks In With Princess Diana at 50" Jezebel: "Undead Princess Diana Strolls With Kate Middleton On Ridiculous Newsweek Cover" The Frisky: "Is This Princess Diana and Kate Middleton Newsweek Cover Tasteless?" Mediaite: "Newsweek's Princess Diana Cover: Not Quite Right" E!: "Bad Taste Alert: Princess Diana & Kate Middleton Share Creepiest Magazine Cover Ever!" The Stir: "Newsweek Goes Tabloid With Crude Princess Diana Cover" People: "Princess Diana Digitally Altered to Look 50: Is it Disrespectful?" Click for more reactions to the cover.