Kate Middleton’s unfortunate verdict is shared by a royal specialist, who charges the palace of failing to protect her

For releasing the altered photo of herself with her three children—Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis—on Mother’s Day, Kate Middleton has come under fire.

Since it was clear that the photo had been altered, news organisations chose to remove it. The Princess of Wales faced backlash for the edited image as well as the fact that neither she nor the palace had declined to address concerns about her health or release an updated photo that would have put an end to rumours about her whereabouts.

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Although she has faced criticism for her recent choice, a number of royal experts have defended her, accusing her husband and the palace of failing to do enough in the days following the picture’s publication.

The altered photo of Kate Middleton and her kids, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, that appeared on the Prince and Princess of Wales’ official Instagram account on Mother’s Day drew criticism for the royal family.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s popularity fell by three points in the same survey, with Harry now standing at 11% and Meghan at 7%.

Numerous royal experts have contended that Kate ought to accept accountability for her deeds. Hilary Fordwich, a royal specialist, told Fox at the same time that the palace is to blame for what she refers to as “yet another public relations disaster.”

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“A’slimmed down monarchy’ undoubtedly means that fewer people are leading the royals and those that do aren’t as media savvy as they need to be,” Fordwich stated. The palaces must employ the best and the brightest in these sectors since we live in a fast-paced world with tech-savvy media sources.

The royal expert noted that despite her apology, Kate Middleton shown “integrity.”

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Fordwich went on, “Although this isn’t ‘business as usual’ or what we would expect from a royal household, it does show great humility to admit one’s mistakes.” Some may have sought to place the blame on someone else or chosen to remain silent. Kate apologised in a direct, no-nonsense manner. Numerous people could take a lesson from such.

Tom Bower, a royal specialist and novelist, went one step farther and charged that the palace was failing to safeguard Kate at all.

He claimed that the Princess of Wales is not surrounded by intelligent people and that Kensington Palace’s professional personnel ought to have taken care of the photo.

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“Everyone wants to undermine her because it makes them happy, regardless of where they are in the world. And when she did, they ought to have brought in a professional photographer to ensure there weren’t any mishaps like the ones that have happened since, Bower told The Sun.

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