Just about every magazine is vying to get Kate Middleton on the cover of their magazine and of course, American Vogue is already in the process of trying to pin down the Duchess of Cambridge for their next cover.
A Middelton cover would definitely make sense and if any editor could secure her, it's Anna Wintour. After all, she has secured high profile women like Hilary Clinton, First Lady Michelle Obama and Oprah to cover the magazine in the past. But it looks like the task won't be too easy. According to Page Six, Alexandra Schulman has already tried to get Mario Testino, who has a very close relationship with the Royals, to shoot her for the cover of British Vogue but that failed.
Last week Grazia made the headlines but unfortunately, not for the right reasons. Readers of the magazine complained to the British Press Complaints after the magazine published a picture of a skinnier than usual Kate Middleton from her wedding day back in May.
The magazine have since released a statement arguing that although they did photoshop the image, their intention wasn't to alter Middelton's size. They allegedly attempted to crop Prince William out of the image which led to the unintentional alterations, and we believe them. The Duchess of Cambridge has been criticised across the board for her dramatic weight loss over the past year making it unlikely that the magazine would intentionally attempt to make her any thinner than she already is.