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Shocking images of the Duchess of Cambridge as a domestic abuse victim have been plastered across Europe as part of a campaign to end violence against women.

The harrowing photograph, doctored without Palace permission, shows Kate Middleton’s face covered in cuts and bruises and has been seen on bus stops and buildings in Milan and the Spanish southern coastal town of Los Alcazares.

Kensington Palace was unaware that the image of the Duchess was being used as part of the campaign, according to The Sun.

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Other high-profile women’s images used for the campaign include US Vice-President Kamala Harris, Queen Letizia of Spain and European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen.

Red and white capital letters alongside each image spell out: ‘She reported him.

'But nobody believed her – but she was left alone. But she was not protected – but he was not stopped. But she was killed anyway.’

Kensington Palace was unaware that the image of the Duchess was being used as part of the campaign, according to The Sun.

It is understood that the images are intended to shock, rather than suggest any of the individuals are victims of domestic violence.

Italian artist and activist Alexsandro Palombo, who edited the pictures, said he wanted to ‘draw attention to the poor responses from politics regarding the problem of gender-based violence’ and underline ‘ineffectiveness of the support and protection system to the victims’.

But some comments on social media were critical: ‘You are not funny. Don’t use images of women who didn’t give you their authorisation,’ said one.

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COVID-19 claims youngest victim in Los Angeles as county sees near-record number of deaths in single day

LOS ANGELES--A 15-month-old died from COVID-19 in Los Angeles County on Wednesday as the county is dealing with a surge of infections and a near-record number of deaths.

Fox 11 Los Angeles reported that there were an additional 90 new fatalities, bringing the pandemic’s death toll in the county to 28,630.

Healthcare worker go car to car at a drive-through COVID19 testing facility established by Total Testing Solutions in Boyle Heights on Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022 in Los Angeles. (Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images) (Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

The county called the child’s death-- the youngest recorded in the system-- a "stark reminder that the virus can cause devastating outcomes among those most vulnerable, including young children not yet eligible for vaccinations."

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Barbara Ferrer, the county public health director, said in a statement obtained by the Los Angeles Times that she sent her "heartfelt condolences" to the family.

Students return to campus at Olive Vista Middle School on the first day back following the winter break amid a dramatic surge in Covid-19 cases across Los Angeles County on January 11, 2022 in Sylmar, California. (Photo by Frederic J. BROWN / AFP) (Photo by FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty Images) (Photo by FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty Images)

The local Fox report said there were 4,534 COVID patients hospitalized in the county on Wednesday, which was a slight decrease from 4,554 a day earlier. The report said there were 780 patients in ICUs.

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The Los Angeles Unified School District recently tightened its mask-wearing requirement for students in school, mandating that they wear upgraded surgical-grade or N95-type masks, rather than cloth ones. The report said the district has also extended through February its mandated weekly testing for all students and staff, regardless of vaccination status.

Edmund DeMarche is a senior news editor for FoxNews.com. Story tips can be sent to Eddie.DeMarche@fox.com and Twitter @EDeMarche.

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