• Princess Kate enjoys Mother's Day 
  • She had a lovely day with her kids
  • Despite picture controversy

It was meant to be a sweet Mother's Day tribute, but Kate Middleton's latest family portrait with her adorable trio—Prince George (10), Princess Charlotte (8), and Prince Louis (5)—took a turn for the controversial. The Princess of Wales, an "enthusiastic amateur photographer," found her photo skills under the microscope after eagle-eyed fans cried foul over potential photo manipulation.

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The snap seen around the world

Taken by none other than Prince William , the charming photo was set to warm hearts. Yet, within hours, the image vanished from global photo agencies amidst claims of digital doctoring. From Princess Charlotte's hand to Prince Louis' sweater, the inconsistencies were too glaring to ignore, leading to an unprecedented "kill notification" from the 'Associated Press.'

Kate Middleton's candid apology

In a surprising twist, the Princess took to Instagram with an apology, admitting to her experimental photo edits. The royal "C" signature marked the message, adding a personal touch to the digital debacle. "I hope everyone celebrating had a very happy Mother's Day," she wrote, navigating the choppy waters of public scrutiny with grace.
According to the source, "The family celebrated Mother's Day together and enjoyed a fantastic day."

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Despite the photo fracas, royal duties march on. Prince William is set to honor the Commonwealth Day Service, while the royal family continues to support King Charles during his health battle. The Commonwealth's unity stands strong, even as the royal photo raises questions about the line between private moments and public expectations.