Recently Released Pic Of Kate Middleton Exposed As Photoshop

After confessing to Photoshopping a Mother’s Day photo and causing a stir, Prince William and Princess Kate drove out from Windsor Castle in a dark Land Rover. Before William appeared at Westminster Abbey for the annual Commonwealth Day service with 2,000 guests, paparazzi caught the royals in their car, with William staring at his phone. 

After her stomach surgery on March 4, Kate was last seen in a public photo with her mother, Carole, who accompanied her in a vehicle. The mother of three seemed to be smiling somewhat in the photo, and she wore thick sunglasses.

Kate, Wills’s wife, was compelled to apologize for the “editing fail” only hours before their public celebration. Disregarding the incident, he showed up at the Abbey dressed in a navy suit with a khaki tie. After Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis were shown with Kate in a touching photo issued on Sunday by Kensington Palace, people wasted no time pointing out twelve apparent edits.

Following the discovery of digital manipulation, picture agencies were compelled to issue a “kill notice” on the photograph. 

Five major news agencies removed the snapshot due to concerns that it had been “edited at the source.” These agencies are Getty Images, AP, AFP, PA, and Reuters.

The palace has stated that the unaltered original photo of Kate and her children will not be reissued. This is in spite of requests that they release the unfiltered photo in an effort to dispel rumors regarding Kate’s health condition. 

A disclaimer now accompanies the photo stating that major news agencies, including the Associated Press, Getty Images, and Reuters, note inconsistencies that suggest digital alteration by Kensington Palace.

William and Queen Camilla were among the dignitaries celebrating Commonwealth Day. King Charles made a prerecorded address promising “to continue to serve the Commonwealth to the best of his ability.