What would Princess Diana and Freddie Mercury look like today? The artist used artificial intelligence to visualize how they could change.
Princess Diana was born in July 1961. 19 years later she was introduced as a potential candidate for a wife Prince Charlestoday’s king Charles IIIwhom she finally married a year later. The ceremony was reported in the media around the world. The couple had two sons: Prince William and Prince Harry.
The marriage of Diana and the heir to the British throne did not stand the test of time. The duchess’s husband began to secretly meet his first love, Camilla Parker Bowles (for several days The Queen Consort Camilla). In the early 1990s, Buckingham Palace officially informed its subjects of the separation, although the relationship of the princes had already collapsed earlier.
Diana then gave a high-profile interview in which she revealed how her husband behaved. From then on, the British loved her even more, and even began to call her “the queen of human hearts.” After leaving the royal family, the Princess of Wales became involved with an Egyptian film producer, Dodim Al-Fayed. The couple died in a car accident in Paris in 1997. Diana she was then 36 years old.
Freddie Mercury was born in 1946 to the Pars family from Zanzibar. With time, he moved to England, where he began his stage career in a rock band Queen. Together with his friends, he released as many as 14 studio albums that were filled with hits. Unfortunately, in the late 1980s he fell ill with AIDS. He left us in 1991, at the age of 45 years.-
What would Princess Diana and Freddie Mercury look like today?
Both Freddie and Diana are icons of their time. Many fans often wonder what they might look like now. They were answered by a Turkish photographer, Alper Yesiltaswho, with the help of artificial intelligence, prepared a visualization of how Freddie would look at 76, and Princess Diana at 61.
The album also includes images of other stars – John Lennon, Heath Ledger, Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain of Nirvana, Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley, Janis Joplin and Tupac Shakur.
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