According to this article: "Kate Middleton’s family owns a lucrative event planning business called Party Pieces. As we head into the season of ghouls and goblins, Party Pieces’ website stocked up on hundreds of costumes for adults and children, including several zombie-inspired outfits.
However, people thought the addition of a zombie princess costume — complete with a blood-covered gown and a tiara — was highly insensitive, considering that Princess Diana died in a horrific car crash in 1997."
What are your thoughts? Is it just a harmless children's Halloween costume or do you believe it is offensive? I'm especially interested to hear from people who live in the UK.
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Yes, it's offensive, I'm also offended by the mummy costume because it's insulting to Egyptian ancestors, zombies are offensive because I have had relatives die, werewolves are offensive to hairy people, people who have a weapon in their head for Halloween is offensive to people who have been killed with a weapon in that way, vampires are offensive to people with blood issues and insomnia
No it's not offensive, it's pathetic that people nowadays are finding every single little thing to be offended at, being offended is subjective, it means nothing, there's more to life than being offended, learn to prioritise your life and stop being pathetic (not to you, but to people who are offended by every little thing nowadays)
Werewolves are also offensive to dog owners.