Kate Middleton's cancer diagnosis video was reported by the photo agency

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A photo agency has added a warning to footage showing Kate Middleton revealing her cancer diagnosis.

“This newsletter clip was provided by an external organization and may not adhere to Getty Images' editorial policy,” a message from Getty Images said.

an agency He explained to E! News They added an editor's note because it is “standard” for any photos or footage provided by external organizations – in this case, Kensington Palace.

Getty Images has added an editor's note to BBC footage of Kate Middleton revealing her cancer diagnosis. BBC Studios
“This newsletter clip was provided by an external organization and may not adhere to Getty Images' editorial policy,” a message from Getty Images said. BBC Studios

The memo comes after several major agencies ruled that the palace was not a “reliable source” after they published a heavily edited photo of Middleton and her children on Mother's Day in the UK.

The Princess of Wales, 42, released the emotional video on March 22 after months of speculation about her health and whereabouts. She revealed in the clip that she underwent preventive chemotherapy and will need time to rest and recover.

“She wrote every word herself,” an insider told People magazine of the speech, which the BBC filmed from the gardens of Windsor Castle.

The photo agency said adding the note to exterior shots was “standard” protocol. Getty Images
The Princess of Wales shared that she was undergoing preventive chemotherapy. Stock struggle

A separate source added that she “delivered it personally and wanted to decide when was the right time to hit the world with this news.”

Middleton said that her husband, Prince William, had been very supportive throughout her recovery and that they had waited to share the news until their children fully understood her condition.

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But a new Daily Mail report on Monday claimed that Kensington Palace was quick to release Middleton's video because her diagnosis was leaked.

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She and her family missed Easter Mass so she could recover. WireImage
It is not clear when Middleton will return to public duties. Getty Images

The Princess of Whales posted on March 10 on Instagram – her first post since her hospitalization and recovery. class=”wp-image-7633236″ />

Kensington Palace has received backlash after a photoshopped Mother's Day photo was posted. @princeandprincesofwales / Instagram

The outlet's inside source did not clarify whether the leak came from the London clinic — where the princess underwent abdominal surgery in January — or from somewhere else; However, sources told Page Six that the rumors about the leak are not true.

Middleton and William, 41, as well as their three children, skipped Easter Mass with the rest of the royal family over the weekend in favor of spending time at their holiday home, the Sandringham Estate.

However, King Charles III put on a brave face at church despite his battle with cancer.

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