Image from The Guardian
Back in 2003 Kate Winslet had her legs lengthened and body digitally slimmed down, without her knowledge, for the cover of GQ. The curvy actress hit the roof over the ultra-skinny stretched snap and received an apology from the magazine. GQ editor, Dylan Jones, admitted that the shots of Winslet were "digitally manipulated" to make her look skinny. "Various parts have been improved, including her stomach and legs," said Jones. "Almost no picture that appears in GQ ... has not been digitally altered in some way."
In her time French model Magali Amadei was an unhappy cover girl, forced to starve herself in order to get modeling work, and suffering from eating disorders. She now candidly admits that: "Every photo, every cover is retouched......Photoshop is a model’s best friend, it can lengthen legs, shorten waists, what have you."
The funny thing is that breast size increases naturally with motherhood! Other girls that have had their images altered for film posters are Kate Hudson and the British girls Keira Knightley and Emma Watson.