Kate Middleton’s Mother’s Day post dismissed as fake by fans: ‘It looks like it’

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Now, you see it – but some say you don’t.

Kate Middleton’s reappearance on social media following an alleged stomach surgery in January has left royal watchers to speculate whether a newly released photo of the post-op princess is indeed real, with some calling the timely post ” “Damage Control”.

The Princess of Wales, 42, posed with her three children in a Mother’s Day photo reportedly taken by husband Prince William, 41, posting the photo on royal social media accounts on Sunday along with a holiday message. was

Kate Middleton, seen here during a December appearance in London, has been out of the public eye since Christmas Day 2023. Anadolu via Getty Images

“Thank you for your well wishes and continued support over the past two months. Happy Mother’s Day everyone,” she wrote, signing off as a ‘C’ for Kathryn.

Fans online were anxious to see Ms. C again — sans wedding ring, no less — as theories swirled during her absence from the public eye.

Vogue magazine’s Instagram page offered a snapshot of the myriad rumors surrounding the royal family at the time.

“This is not a recent photo. She is still missing,” @sanqfroid stressed below the family photo. And @pennyhbiondo said, “I believe this is the last Mother’s Day 2023 vintage photo.”

Thought @thefoxphoto, “I mean ….this could have been taken a while ago lmao they’re just trying to do damage control.”

“With all that money they could do a better photoshop,” joked @sarouchkameringue, while @monicaleticia85 bluntly wrote, “Looks like AI”.

The Prince of Wales is said to have undergone “planned abdominal surgery” in January. Mega

Another looked deeper into the picture — especially at the children. “It looks like an AI photo…not one for theories, but come on, it’s not a real photo. See Louis’ hand? His face/hair? [I don’t know] Doesn’t seem real,” @becks_bloomwood concluded.

Others noted alleged inconsistencies in the image, such as an unseasonably green background.

@feld_not_field asked, “Does England have leaves and green grass at this time of year?”

At the same time, Kate’s followers wanted to know why she was losing her family jewels – specifically her wedding ring.

Rumor @michelemarbelle, “She ran away to her parents’ house – trouble in paradise (especially after the recent death/drug overdose of a royal, where W was present!)”

Kensington Palace shared a photo of Kate Middleton and her three children Louis, Charlotte and George for a Mother’s Day post on social media. @princeandprincessofwales / Instagram

But fans of the royal family defended the princess’ privacy, including “@martinawatson09” It’s sad that this woman can’t recover in peace like so many millions of other women do in private. The palace, kingdom or whatever should be absolutely ashamed of itself. Rest well Kate!

The princess underwent planned stomach surgery in January and has been officially out of the public eye since Christmas Day.

It was previously reported that Kate will return to her royal duties sometime after Easter on March 3 – around the same time her uncle Gary Goldsmith, 58, is set to appear on Britain’s “Celebrity Big Brother”. are

During an interview on British television on March 7, Goldsmith was confronted about Middleton’s whereabouts.

“Because she doesn’t want to talk about it, the last thing I’m going to do. [talk about it]” he told fellow contestant Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu during the season 23 premiere of the show.

“There is some kind of code or etiquette. If it is announced, I will give you an opinion.”

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