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This Ken Magazine article pertains to the bad pictures of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor and the courtesy that was extended to them in order to make them appear just a little bit more glam than they otherwise appeared. The article is illustrated with one bad photograph and one "retouched" (ie: Photoshopped) image of the couple, so that we might all know what the editors were up against:

"Immediately after their marriage Edward and Wally posed for the newsreels. When their pictures were flashed on American screens, Wally was seen to have a large mole on the left side of her face and the Duke stood revealed with a much-wrinkled and worried countenance..."

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Re-Touching the Pictures of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor <BR>(Ken Magazine, 1938)

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