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Kate Middleton Photo Given ‘Kill Notification’ After Suspected Editing

A major photo agency has issued a “death threat'' over suspicions that images of Duchess Kate released by Kensington Palace have been manipulated.

The Associated Press, Reuters, Agence France-Presse (AFP) and Getty Images all issued kill notices to news organizations around the world, advising them that they had removed images of the Princess of Wales and her children at the end of things.recommends that others do the same, according to mirror. The photo was first posted on InstagramSunday.

The Mother's Day image showed Prince Middleton, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, but eagle-eyed social media users noticed a slight flaw, raising questions about the photo's origin and authenticity. surfaced first.

“The following article has been deleted and should not be used in the future,” the notice said, according to the Mirror.

“Please remove it from all platforms where it may still appear, including social,” it says.

People close to the situation claimed the photos showed problems and inconsistencies in areas such as Charlotte's arm sleeves, which did not line up correctly in the published photo.

Social media users questioned why George's right hand looked a little out of focus.

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge will hear from families and leading organizations about how peer support can promote parental well-being, as she learns about the importance of parent-powered engagement.Photo credit: Jack Hill – WPA Pool/Getty Images

Duchess Kate attends Christmas morning service at Sandringham Church in Sandringham, Norfolk, on December 25, 2023.Photo by Stephen Pond/Getty Images

“Upon further investigation, it appears that the source manipulated the image,” the message from the AP said, according to the Mirror.

“Thank you for your kind wishes and continued support over the past two months,” Middleton wrote in the caption of the post.

“Wishing everyone a happy Mother's Day,” she wrote, adding her initial “C” at the end. (Related article: 'Complete nonsense': Kensington Palace slams journalist who falsely reported Duchess Kate's medical condition)

This is reportedly the first photo Middleton has posted on social media since undergoing abdominal surgery on January 16th.

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