The vision of the prettyboy pharaoh we see on King Tut’s sarcophagus is A LIE! New “virtual” autopsy results of the boy king show he was actually a buck-toothed, inbred sissy who – I’m just going to say it – has more than a passing resemblance to Prince William.
Scientists say that a ‘virtual autopsy’ of Tut – essentially a close analysis of a life-size image of the king made from more than 2,000 CT scans of his mummified remains – shows that he had buck teeth and a club foot as well as a girlish figure.
The findings arefeatured in a new BBC One documentary entitled Tutankhamun: The Truth Uncovered.
Here’s what he supposedly ACTUALLY looked like:
Talk about the old “bait and switch.”
The new research also included a genetic analysis of Tut’s remains. It confirmed previous research suggesting that Tut’s parents were probably brother and sister — a pairing that could have contributed to his anatomy and explain his knee injury and club foot.
“Some of [Tut’s male ancestors] suffered from feminizing features of enlarged breasts and wide hips, according to artistic and sculptural sources, whilst some of his ancestors may also have suffered from likely neurological symptoms,” Hutan Ashrafian, a clinical lecturer in the Department of Surgery & Cancer at the Imperial College London, told HuffPost. “These point to the possibility of an inherited cause of death that may have led to a hormonal imbalance resulting in these feminized features, but also an increased likelihood of fractures derived from nascent disease.”
Tutankhamun was born in 1341 B.C. and assumed the throne at the age of 9 or 10. He is believed to have died around the age of 19.