Kate Middleton wanted to 'acknowledge' Photoshop failure, thought 'honesty is the best policy': 'Very upset'

Kate Middleton felt it was best to announce her major Photoshop fiasco “immediately” because she believes honesty is the “best policy” in this situation, according to a royal insider.

The Princess of Wales, 42, who has been recovering from abdominal surgery behind closed doors, was forced to issue an apology after a doctored family photo was published to mark Mother's Day in the UK on Sunday.

After social media users noticed countless editing mishaps in the photo, the mother-of-three reportedly felt “terrible” about the backlash it caused.

Kate Middleton felt it best to admit her major Photoshop fail “right away,” according to a royal insider. Prince of Wales/Kensington Ballack/Mega

Sources close to the princess He told the Telegraph That Middleton tried to make the photo “the best it could be.”

From the inside there is another one close to the palace He said to the mirror The Princess is undoubtedly “deeply disturbed by the uproar” and media frenzy caused by the “innocent family photo.”

On Monday, the princess was seen leaving Windsor Castle with her husband, Prince William, just hours after her clarification regarding the photo.

The photo was taken of Middleton driving a black Land Rover to accompany her husband on the trip to Westminster Abbey, where the prince will attend the annual Commonwealth Day Mass without her.

This was the Queen's first public appearance in more than two months after surgery, and her last appearance was on Christmas Day while attending church at Sandringham.

The Princess of Wales, 42, was forced to issue an apology after a doctored family photo was published on Sunday. AP

She is not expected to return to her public duties until after the Easter holiday.

Kate's absence from the public eye sparked intrigue around her health, which worsened after the edited family photo was published.

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Kate Middleton's Photoshop fail

  • On Monday, Kensington Palace released New image And a speech from Kate Middleton on the occasion of Mother’s Day in the United Kingdom. Fans immediately saw the photo – which shows Kate surrounded by her three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis – was riddled with errors, either from Photoshop or artificial intelligence.
  • Original photo of Kensington Palace in London He refuses to releaseand was quickly called in by photo agencies due to concerns that he was being digitally “manipulated”.
  • Middleton He issued an apology On Monday, after her photo went viral due to numerous Photoshop errors. “Like many amateur photographers, I sometimes experiment with editing,” she said.
Sharp-eyed observers have spotted a series of signs that Princess Kate's first family photo after surgery has been altered – a suspicion confirmed by the royal family's public apology. @princeandprincesofwales / Instagram

“Like many amateur photographers, I occasionally experiment with editing. I wanted to express my apologies for any confusion caused by the family photo we shared yesterday,” Middleton wrote on X.

The royal family tweeted their apologies after leading photo agencies – including Reuters, Associated Press, Getty and Agence France-Presse – retracted the image due to numerous signs suggesting it had been altered.

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