Meet the Royal Family reimagined in a VERY Barbie world

They’re in the Pink! Meet the Royal Family reimagined in a VERY Barbie world (with the help of a little AI…)

  • Barbiemania is sweeping  Britain. So are the Windsors getting in the mood?
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They’re strange, inarticulate characters from the past, loved by millions but trapped in their own fake bubble, baffled by the outside world yet naively determined to fix it…

It’s unclear if any members of the Royal Family have yet been to see Barbie, the box-office smash starring Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling.

But the digital artists of have certainly found a curious similarity, as these fantastical pictures show.

So who do you think makes the best wasp-waisted icon of girl power? Or the most convincingly deluded Ken?

And which of the Windsors is truly in the pink?

King Charles and Queen Camilla

Queen Camilla and King Charles reimagined as Barbie dolls using artificial intelligence. It’s unlikely he thinks plastic is fantastic

The AI process to create the images used a vast array of photographs and videos of the royals before generating a digital 3D model

Like Barbie, Queen Camilla seems to believe in girl power. But has Charles heard of the patriarchy?

Prince William and Catherine Middleton

A glossy Kate gets the Barbie treatment in an uncanny amalgam of real-life and doll. Check out that hair!

The Margot Robbie movie has already logged the biggest opening day of 2023 with $70.5m (£55m) in ticket sales in the United States alone

A regal take on Barbiecore – which has seen movie-goers flocking to cinemas dressed in pink

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Meghan and Harry look dapper – and surprisingly recognisable –  in their Barbie-world guise. 

‘I’m a liberated man. I know crying’s not weak,’ says Ken. Does Harry agree?

The Duchess of Sussex has long backed the idea of female empowerment

Princess Diana

Barbie dolls were first introduced on March 9, 1959, standing 29cm high and took the shape of a slim adult woman – although with strange proportions

A convincing AI projection of Diana in Barbie form

Queen Elizabeth II

The AI-generated ‘Barbie doll’ of the late Queen Elizabeth looks suitably regal

Barbie has had more than 250 careers in the course of her existence. She went to the moon four years before Neil Armstrong – and now we get to see her as the late Queen Elizabeth

The  miniature accessories add to the ‘Barbiecore’ mood

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