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What would Princess Diana be doing if she were alive today? Updating her Facebook page, Tweeting and getting Botox, according to a controversial article in the latest issue of Newsweek. Even more eye-opening than the text, the magazine cover features a computer-generated image of Diana (a projected interpretation of what she’d look like at 50), photoshopped next to a picture of Kate Middleton. On the cover, the two appear to be strolling together in fashion-forward frocks and eye-popping hats.

Newsweek editor Tina Brown, noted for her writing about Diana, penned a thought-provoking exposé, imagining what the late princess, whose 50th birthday is Friday, would look like and be involved in if she were still with us.

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“Diana would have been 50 this month,” Tina wrote. “What would she have been like? Still great-looking: that’s a given.”

She continued: “There is no doubt she would have kept her chin taut with strategic Botox shots and her bare arms buff from the gym. Remarriage? At least two, I suspect, on both sides of the Atlantic.”

Tina’s creativity spawned a faux Facebook page, detailing what Diana’s account might have looked like — on the page, her favorite movies are listed as Love Actually and Bridget Jones’ Diary; an account labeled Prince Charles even “Liked” her friendship with an account labeled Camilla Parker Bowles.

Read the full article and see more images at Newsweek.

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