• Blake Lively has an apology for Princess Kate
  • She had made fun of her Photoshop fail
  • Now Blake has apologised publicly

The 'Gossip Girl' alum publicly shares apologies, emphasizing respect and well-wishes during this challenging time for the Royal Family.

Blake wants to make amends

In an unexpected twist of fate, Hollywood's own Blake Lively finds herself in hot water after a seemingly harmless jest about Photoshop blunders collides with the somber news of Princess Kate's health struggles. The starlet's remorse is palpable as she takes to Instagram to issue a heartfelt mea culpa.

"I'm sure no one cares today but I feel like I have to acknowledge this," Lively confessed in a message that has since captured the attention of the celebrity world and royal watchers alike.

"I made a silly post around the 'photoshop fails' frenzy, and oh man, that post has me mortified today. I'm sorry. Sending love and well wishes to all, always."

The controversy stems from a playful post by Lively, promoting her Betty Buzz beverage line with a doctored image that turned heads for all the wrong reasons. But the laughter quickly died down when, just days later, the Princess of Wales bravely announced her cancer diagnosis and subsequent treatment.

The internet was ablaze with speculation when the Royal Family released a photo that seemed to be a bit off, leading to a media frenzy and a swarm of conspiracy theories about Princess Kate's absence from the limelight.

As the truth came to light, celebrities like Jimmy Kimmel and Jamie Lee Curtis urged the public to offer privacy and support to the royal during these trying times.

In her video statement, Middleton showed grace and fortitude, sharing, "It has been an incredibly tough couple of months for our entire family, but I've had a fantastic medical team who have taken great care of me, for which I am so grateful."

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Lively's apology, shared on Instagram Stories, reminds us that timing is everything, and sometimes a joke can land you in the court of public opinion. It's a lesson learned for the actress, who now advocates for empathy and understanding.