First photo of Kate Middleton removed in 76 days after troubling information was discovered

Regarding Kate Middleton’s alleged mystery and her recuperation from the “planned abdominal procedure” she had in January, the plot seems to have intensified.

Strange rumours state that a picture of the Princess of Wales that Kensington Palace had been circulating on Sunday in honour of Mother’s Day in the UK has been removed from circulation by a number of photo and news agencies, including the Associated Press and Getty Images.

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The cause? There’s good cause to think the photo might be a fake, which is where things start to become rather strange given the circumstances.

Several picture agencies have reportedly taken the audacious action of removing the disputed shot, and AP is rumoured to have sent out a kill notice to media outlets worldwide.

“Upon closer inspection, it appears that the source has manipulated the image,” stated an excerpt from the AP statement. There won’t be a replacement image sent. Please take it down from every platform—social included—where it might still be accessible.

At first look, nothing obviously wrong with the photo of Kate Middleton with her three children—Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis—seems to be wrong.

But when one begins to suspect that anything is off, several troubling features become apparent, according to reports. These include a problem with Princess Charlotte’s sleeve cuff and a zipper on Kate Middleton’s jacket’s left side.

Despite the Palace’s assurance that Prince William took the picture, internet users—more especially those on X—were able to uncover further errors in the image, indicating that it might have been artificial intelligence (AI) developed.

The Royal Family, who have been busy attempting to allay worries about Kate Middleton’s health since her surgery in January, will not be pleased with the rumours.

Conspiracy theorists who are adamant that the public is not being told the whole truth have taken advantage of the vacuum created by the overall lack of information regarding the Princess’s condition.

When Kate was admitted to the hospital, Kensington Palace issued a statement stating that she would not participate in any royal engagements until after Easter. However, the fact that the Princess had not been seen since Christmas—until a blurry photo was taken last week—caused concern in a lot of places.

The Palace was compelled to restate their position that Kate is recovering well last week in the midst of worrying rumours about the Princess of Wales’ whereabouts, though this most recent joke about the Mother’s Day photo will have done little to support their claim.

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