‘Is it AI?’: Netizens say about Kate Middleton’s cancer diagnosis; Boris Johnson, Justin Trudeau send best wishes.

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British royal Kate Middleton, who has been away from the public eye for a long time, recently put an end to all the speculations and conspiracy theories spread about her absence. The Princess of Wales posted a video message on March 22 in which she opened up about her ongoing battle with cancer. The official statement from the Prince and Princess of Wales came just an hour after Kate posted a video message on her and Prince William’s official social media accounts.

Social media was strong in reaction to Kate Middleton’s revelation about her ongoing battle with cancer. Famous personalities also took to social media to wish Shahi a speedy recovery after being diagnosed with cancer. While some wished him well, others expressed doubts about the authenticity of the released video.

Also Read: Kate Middleton Says She Is Undergoing Chemotherapy To Treat Cancer

Former UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson took to social media platform X (formerly Twitter) to say, “All the best to Catherine, Princess of Wales and a full and speedy recovery to her and her family. Sending best wishes to

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wished the Duchess of Cambridge a speedy recovery in a post on X, saying, “My thoughts are with the Princess of Wales, her children and the entire royal family when the news of her cancer is so heartbreaking. Shared from.”

“On behalf of Canadians, I am sending my support as she undergoes treatment. We all wish her a speedy recovery,” he added.

Also Read: Kate Middleton Says She Is Undergoing Chemotherapy To Treat Cancer

A social media user shared ways to fight the disease, saying, “Kate, you should start taking regular doses of anamo and noni which are the best medicinal plants to kill cancer, but cut out sugar immediately. “

Also read: Kate Middleton’s cancer news: Harry and Meghan Markle ‘wishing for health and healing’

Another user commented, “OMG I’m so sorry to hear this. Cancer is scary. But you are stronger than you can handle it. Your kids need you. Sister fight with.”

A user expressed skepticism over the video message, remarking, “I don’t see any movement behind it…leaves, daffodils…nobody. Is she sitting in front of a green screen or is it completely AI?” Another user said, “It’s AI. It takes three seconds to figure it out. Save the video and put it through the detection program. Fake and ghee”. One user pointed out, “Look at the bench, then look behind the fake cat.”

Also read: Where is Kate Middleton? The man who saw it with his own eyes opened.

The comments come amid the recent controversy over Kate Middleton’s Mother’s Day photo. The Princess of Wales shared a manipulated family photo of herself with her children, which was later retracted by news agencies. “Like many amateur photographers, I occasionally experiment with editing,” the Princess of Wales said in her apology.

Following the revelation of the manipulated photo, France’s AFP news agency announced that Kensington Palace could not be considered a “reliable source” of information. Additionally, media outlets such as CNN suggested investigating all previous handout photos of Kensington Palace.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex said in a brief statement that they hoped Catherine and her family would recover “privately and peacefully”. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped down as senior members of the royal family in January 2020.

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Published: March 23, 2024, 07:51 AM IST

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