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Has Britain’s Prince George been photoshopped?

Gossip magazines Us Weekly and OK! are being accused of airbrushing the young royal on the cover of the magazines’ latest issues

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Only nine months old and Prince George is already receiving treatment usually reserved for superstar actresses and swimwear models.

Gossip magazines Us Weekly and OK! are being accused of airbrushing the young royal on the cover of the magazines’ latest issues.

The latest Us Weekly cover shows him with rosier cheeks and greener eyes. The color of the hair on his eyebrows and head also appear to be enhanced to give it a more red tone.

The pictures contrasts greatly with the spread of photos inside the magazine in which his eyes appear brown and his cheeks lack the same hue they have on the cover.

OK! magazine appears to also be guilty of altering the infant’s face with its cover photo of the little one. Prince George appears to have larger eyes and again, rosier cheeks on its cover.

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The magazine also flipped the original image of baby George along the vertical axis for the magazine cover, making him angled towards the left rather than the right.

This photo was taking in Wellington, New Zealand, on April 9, when the young prince attended Plunkett's Parents' Group at Government House.

Prince George, the third in line to the throne, was recently taken on the family’s 18 day tour to Australia and New Zealand which began on April 7.

George, who was born on July 22, 2013, is a similar age to William when he made his first trip Down Under with his parents, Prince Charles and the late Diana, in 1983.

Before that, the baby boy had only made two public outings since his birth -- the first time as he left hospital, and then at his christening in October.

The royal family left Canberra, boarding a plane to Sydney at 2:30pm before boarding another flight back to England.