Princess Eugenie of York graces the cover of Tatler

04/07/2008 at 11:22 AM ET

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In honor of her 18th birthday on March 23rd, Princess Eugenie of York appeared on the cover of Tatler Magazine in April.  She is the daughter of Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York.

Source: Tatler Magazine

Thanks to CBB reader Alice.

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southlyn on

She is a pretty girl, beautiful eyes. They grow up so fast!

Christine on

Yikes! I don’t mean to sound cynical, but that doesn’t even look like her.
Holy photoshop!

Luminita on

I saw a paparazzi picture of hers a week ago and she is close to double the size in this picture. Her skin has marks that no makeup could conceal. I don’t mean to be disrespectful…but it’s to obvious that they used photoshop on those pictures to the point that you can’t even recognize her anymore. Sad.

r9lee on

i think they tried to make her look thinner from the side. see the blur? thats kinda sad :(

Ally on

Rlee – I thought so too to start with, but I think they just have her sitting at a wierd twisted angle, so that her side-view looks like the front-view. It does look a bit funny though – they could have used a slightly more front-on shot, or pulled it back a bit, so you could see the top of the skirt. She’s very pretty though – I’ve always loved reading about Beatrice & Eugenie :)

dlock on

Wait, maybe I am confused, but I heard that “fergie” from the black eyed peas had a daughter around her age. So could this be her daughter. “Fergie” does call herself the Duchess of York?

dlock on

is she the daughter of of “fergie” from the black eyed peas?

Kyrie on

How awful! Eugenie is such a pretty girl that she doesn’t need to be photoshopped.

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