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Kate! A Portrait of Dorian Gray.

Kate! A Portrait of Dorian Gray.

I think the artist got the picture correct. I should also add that in the other pictures, Catherine looks really great.

I think all in all very well done. 🙂

This portrait, the only truthful reflection the world will ever likely see, and even then they will never truly comprehend it.



January 12, 2013 - Posted by | Awareness | , , , , ,


  1. The picture of Dorian Gray.
    Kate Middleton is likely what they had in mind.

    Comment by gangstalking | January 12, 2013 | Reply


    “Kate Middleton is Dorian Gray. The portrait’s doing her aging for her,” tweeted @Carefulplane.

    As one of my friends joked on Twitter, ‘So this whole Kate Middleton thing is a Picture of Dorian Gray scenario, right?’” [Washington Post]

    I think the worst thing about the Kate Middleton portrait isn’t the bags under her eyes, just that she looks completely soulless.

    David Wild@Carefulplane
    Kate Middleton is Dorian Gray. The portrait’s doing her aging for her…

    As one of my friends joked on Twitter, “So this whole Kate Middleton thing is a Picture of Dorian Gray scenario, right?”

    John Chimpo

    It’s like the Picture of Dorian Gray, only more unsettling.

    Read more:

    It took just three and a half months and two sittings for Scottish-born artist Paul Emsley to sap the life and joy out of Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, who appears to have been aged considerably in the first official portrait painted to commemorate the handing over of her hollow vestige to The Royal Family; almost hollow, that is, were it not for the dormant Mountbatten spawn that lies in waiting, Rosemary’s Baby style.

    A keen student of art history at St Andrews, where she met her baby daddy, Middleton praised her perennial likeness as being “just amazing, I thought it was brilliant.” Speaking in the clipped phrases of someone who just received the worst haircut ever, Prince William deemed the portrait “beautiful, absolutely beautiful.”

    Kate Middleton is arguably one of the chicest, prettiest women in the world, but whomever painted her royal portrait clearly has some sick vendetta against her, not to mention an obsession with Dorian Gray. Take a look…if you dare:

    The portrait of the gorgeous duchess was viewed or reviewed more like “The Portrait of Dorian Gray”.
    View slideshow: Duchess of Cambridge’s first official portrait was unveiled Jan. 11 in London

    Some London art critics lambasted the portrait of Kate Middleton as “vampiric” or even “catastrophic”.

    That’s some picture of Dorian Gray shiat.. if not for the fact that she’s always looking two decades older than her real age, in the first place. Does Paul usually paint what he actually sees instead of the photoshop version? or is this a gentle stab at her, before he’s forced to redo the work (or someone redoing it for him)?

    Friday, January 11th 2013
    What In The Dorian Gray Hell?

    Everyday Shakespeare ‏@EverydayShakes

    #KatePortrait makes sense. . Artist obviously a huge fan of The Picture of Dorian Gray. “Kate Portrait Splits Opinion”

    “Kate Middleton’s first portrait has a creepy Dorian Gray quality to it,” New York Post Page Six web producer Lorraine Chow said on Twitter.

    Comment by gangstalking | January 17, 2013 | Reply

  3. The following comments were a few from around the internet that I found about the Reference to Kate (Catherine Middleton) and references to A picture of Dorian Gray, I guess sometimes a few people see or view the same thing at once.

    Additional thoughts. I was so hoping to get back a Princess Diana into the situation. I more than anyone else am now cognizant fully, so cognizant that this is not going to happen. I know, that Catherine Middleton is nothing like Diana, and never will be, but she doesn’t have to be a Diana for her to have been the correct person, but I think the portrait has finally, and truly put things into perspective for me.

    Moving forward with my life, and so many others, and so grateful for portraits that reveal truths, where nothing else likely ever will again, and looking forward to future outcomes.

    Love and regards.

    Comment by gangstalking | January 17, 2013 | Reply

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