While the world is busy adoring and gushing over the new royal baby Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, who was born on 2 May, an artist has been busy "Simpsonising" her and her family.
AleXsandro Palombo, who is best known for his satirical and meaningful art, has created a "Simpsons" version of the new Royal baby venturing out of the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital with her parents for the first time.
In the series named "Royal Babies Simpsonised", AleXsandro has made "Simpsons" cartoons of Duchess Kate Middleton and Prince William standing outside the Lindo Wing with their children Prince George and his younger sister Charlotte in the instances of each of their births. It also contains a picture of Williams' parents Princess Diana and Prince Charles holding him as a baby.
In his previous series "Disney Princesses as Acid Attack Survivors", AleXsandro showed Jasmine, Belle, Snow White, Mulan, Little Mermaid and other Disney princesses as survivors of acid attack in an attempt to raise awareness about the heinous crime.
"My work poses questions and creates reflections concerning the importance of diversity and human rights and in this society there are many children with disabilities the same rights as others," Palombo had explained to IB Times India.
He is a contemporary artist and activist, known for his irreverent, colourful and satirical art.