Shocking Claims About Kate Middleton’s Health Slammed by Royal Expert


The enigma ​surrounding ​Kate Middleton has left both royal enthusiasts and experts with uncertainties.​ After⁢ it ​was revealed that the Princess of Wales’ Mother’s Day photo was edited, theories about her⁣ health and even‌ her marriage to Prince William spread like wildfire on the internet, making the ‌situation even more bizarre.

However, on Monday,‍ a video of Kate visiting the Windsor Farm⁤ Shop was released, showing that​ the future queen is doing well. Despite this, some still have doubts, while others‌ see it as‍ a positive sign that she will soon resume ⁤her ​royal duties.

The rumors about Kate Middleton’s health have been circulating since her abdominal surgery was announced⁣ in mid-January. A royal expert is calling for an end​ to the “appalling”​ speculations.


When Kensington Palace announced that ⁣Kate Middleton had undergone a “planned abdominal⁢ surgery” in mid-January, royal fans were shocked. Not only did⁣ the future queen have surgery, but at the⁢ same time, King Charles received treatment for an enlarged prostate, which ‍was later diagnosed‌ as cancer.

Kate⁢ Middleton apologizes for edited Mother’s Day picture
The palace⁣ has provided minimal updates on​ her recovery, and in recent ⁣weeks, the mystery surrounding her health has only grown.

First, American news outlet TMZ published ⁢the first photo of ‌Kate taken ⁤after ‌the surgery. On Mother’s Day, the first official‌ photo was released through the Prince and Princess​ of Wales’‍ social media ​accounts. However, it quickly turned⁤ into a scandal.


The photo was ‍found to have been manipulated, and just a day after its release, the Princess of Wales issued an apology.

“Like many amateur photographers, I occasionally experiment with editing. I want to apologize for any confusion caused by the family photo we shared yesterday. I hope everyone had a happy Mother’s Day. C,” Kate said through the royal couple’s social media platforms.

It didn’t take long for photography experts and ‍social media‍ users to analyze the photo and find several errors and examples of poor editing.

Several news​ agencies, including the Associated Press and Getty, issued a “kill notice” (an‍ advisory to remove or not use a specific photo).

Kensington Palace ‘no longer a trusted source,’ news agency director says
Another news agency that issued a “kill notice” was the ‍well-respected Agence France-Presse (AFP). Phil⁢ Chetwynd, AFP’s global news director, spoke on BBC Radio 4’s ⁢ Media Show and stated‌ that Kensington Palace is no longer a ‌trusted source.

“No, absolutely not. When you’re let down by a source, the bar is raised… We have advised all our teams to be extra vigilant about the content we receive, even from trusted sources,” he said, as reported by Deadline.

On social media, conspiracy theories⁢ about Kate Middleton’s health began to spread shortly after​ her surgery. Some claimed it ​wasn’t an abdominal surgery, while others speculated that ⁤her marriage to​ Prince William⁤ was the real reason for her absence.


As Kate ⁢admitted⁤ to editing the Mother’s Day photo herself, the‌ conspiracy theories only grew, and the ⁢fact that Kensington ⁤Palace didn’t respond by sharing the ‍original image didn’t help.

While Kate Middleton received most of the criticism, some experts argue that she is not to blame. Royal expert​ Hilary Fordwich told Fox News that the palace is responsible for what she calls “yet another public relations⁢ disaster.”

“The reality⁢ is that a ‘slimmed down monarchy’ means fewer people are guiding the royals, and those who are may not be as media-savvy ⁣as they need to be,” Fordwich​ said. “In our fast-paced world with tech-savvy media outlets, the palace needs to hire the best and brightest in these fields.”

Although Kate had to apologize, the royal expert pointed out that she showed integrity.

“While ​this is not ‘business as usual’ or what we would expect from ‌a royal household… it shows great humility to admit one


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