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The newest royal portrait of Prince William, unveiled yesterday, is receiving a lot of criticism over the less-than-flattering rendering of the prince. Don't worry about the artist though, he's handling the critiques just fine: "I laughed along as I am entirely indifferent to opinion," he told Today. "When a work is complete I discard it like a used condom. I am satisfied with the result and am pleased to let it go out to the world and make a life for itself." [Today]