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Published On: Mon, Apr 30th, 2018

Women in the World tweet image portraying Prince William, Kate Middleton, new baby as Joseph, Mary and Jesus

Just to maintain the pattern of celebrity worship and Christian mockery, Women in the World tweeted the latest painting from Kaya Mar, this time likening the new “royal birth” in England to the birth of Jesus Christ.

On Monday, the duchess of Cambridge, Catherine (Kate) Middleton, gave birth to her third child with Prince William. The new British baby is fifth in line to the throne, with his older siblings, George and Charlotte, ahead of him.

Women in the World, an offshoot of The Daily Beast and a New York Times partner, celebrated the “happy news” by tweeting out a painting portraying the new little one as Baby Jesus, with Kate as the Virgin Mary. Prince William appeared as Joseph, alongside George and Charlotte.

Check it out below.

The painting comes from artist Kaya Mar. In the past, the controversial painter illustrated Kate as “a 21st-century saint” for the births of both George and Charlotte as well.

For Charlotte’s birth portrait, Mar argued that, “I’m not really making fun of the princess, but of the way we all look at her.”

Tina Brown heads up Women in the World, a leftist group linked to liberals, Democrats and social justice warriors. They work with Vital Voices to administer grants to other liberal leaders, like Hillary Clinton and Melinda Gates.

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