Royal Oops: Charlotte’s Arm Vanishes in Mother’s Day Pic!

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Royal Oops: Charlotte’s Arm Vanishes in Mother’s Day Pic!

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There was an embarrassing editing error in the Mother’s Day portrait of the Princess of Wales.

The image features 42-year-old Kate Middleton with her kids, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.

However, astute viewers saw that Princess Charlotte’s arm sleeve was out of alignment.

It follows the photoshop mishap of the royal family’s Christmas card, in which Prince Louis was left without a middle finger.

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Together with their sons Prince George, ten, Prince Louis, five, and Princess Charlotte, eight, who is seated in a chair at the front of the group with Louis’ hand resting on the arm, the royal couple is seen grinning in the monochrome photo.

The Princess of Wales' Mother's Day photo has suffered an awkward photoshop fail. The picture, showing Kate Middleton, 42, alongside her children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis

There’s a clear Photoshop error in the Princess of Wales’ Mother’s Day portrait. Alongside her children Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis is 42-year-old Kate Middleton.

Eagled-eyed fans spotted that the sleeve of Princess Charlotte's arm didn't line-up

Sharp-eyed fans noticed that Princess Charlotte’s sleeve didn’t align properly.

However, Louis doesn’t appear to be giving his left hand the middle finger—apparently an editing error.

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Since being taken to The London Clinic on January 16 for “planned abdominal surgery,” Kate has retreated from her royal duties.

She posted a picture of herself with her kids, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, today. Fans commented on how well the princess seemed to be recuperating.

It may be a sign that Kate won’t wait until Trooping of the Colour in June to get back into action, but rather around Easter.

The Princess of Wales was supposed to attend June’s Trooping the Colour, but the Army withdrew its earlier announcement this week due to allegations that officials had “jumped the gun” and not consulted the Palace.

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The 42-year-old Kate was to review a “practice” march on June 8 as an honorary colonel of the Irish Guards. Tickets were made available on the army website.

It appears Charlotte's hand was copied over from another picture

Charlotte’s hand seems to have been lifted from another image.

The Prince and Princess of Wales's annual Christmas card image with their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, appears to have a Photoshop fail

The yearly Christmas card photo of Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis with the Prince and Princess of Wales seems to be a Photoshop mistake.

The image, taken by Josh Shinner, appears to be missing one element - Prince Louis' middle finger

One thing seems to be missing from the photo, which was captured by Josh Shinner: Prince Louis’ middle finger.

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Additionally, it stated that on June 15 at Horse Guards, 75-year-old Charles will be inspecting his own formal birthday procession.

However, the MoD may have “jumped the gun,” as there were concerns expressed minutes after the tickets went on sale.

The princess’s confirmed presence would be made ‘only’ by Kensington Palace sources, who made it plain that they were ‘not consulted’ on the MoD statement.

Although Buckingham Palace emphasized that adjustments can be made closer to the time depending on the King’s condition, they stated that plans for upcoming engagements were still being prepared despite the King’s ongoing cancer treatment.

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Earlier last week, Kensington Palaces ended their quiet on conspiracy claims surrounding Kate Middleton.

The Prince of Wales is concentrating “on his work and not on social media,” according to a royal spokeswoman.

Despite the fact that medical privacy has prevented officials from providing any more information on Kate Middleton’s condition, royal aides have stated that she is “doing well.”

Body language expert said the Princess of Wales appears ‘protective’ of her children in the shot, which has been labeled as ‘playful’.

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The Princess of Wales is seen during last year's Trooping the Colour on June 17 in London

The Princess of Wales was saw during Trooping the Colour in London on June 17 of last year.

Kate, Prince William, Prince George, Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte looking up at the sky during last year's Trooping the Colour event

At the Trooping the Colour ceremony last year, Kate, Prince William, Prince George, Prince Louis, and Princess Charlotte were seen gazing up at the sky.

Speaking exclusively to FEMAIL, Judi James observed that Kate Middleton, 42, exuded a “relaxed happiness” and looked “authentic.”

After having surgery in January, the Princess seemed to be healing nicely based on the pictures.

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In a Mother’s Day statement on Sunday morning, the Princess of Wales thanked the people for their support and Kensington Palace issued the first official picture of her following surgery.

In a photo shot by her husband, Prince William, at their Windsor residence, the princess is shown grinning with her three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.

I appreciate all of your well wishes and unwavering help throughout the past two months. A heart-shaped ‘C’ for Catherine concluded the Princess of Wales’ message, which wished a happy Mother’s Day to everybody.

Speaking today, Judi claimed that the image demonstrated how the royal family is recovering.

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“There are a lot of comforting nonverbal cues here that convey continuity, carefree happiness, and even gradually restored health, along with some even more telling cues that convey shared emotion,” Judi said.

The family’s characteristic colors, style, and stance all have a purposefully historic appearance.

“With heather-mix blues, greens, and purple Fairisle knits and checks seeming to announce very little has changed and order and continuity has thankfully been restored, this is the type of photograph the Wales’s have posed for before,” she continued.

Choosing £250 With her bottle green jacket, black polo neck, and jeans, Kate looked put together. She had worn her Chloe Combat boots before.

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Prince George and Princess Charlotte, on the other hand, were both dressed in sweaters from the official Cyrillus French brand.

George donned pants and a lambswool jumper in kaki, while Charlotte wore a cute red cotton and cashmere cardigan with a checkered skirt and cotton tights.

William has been stepping up royal engagements in Kate's absence. Pictured: Prince William and Princess Kate are seen at a  ceremonial welcome for The President and the First Lady of the Republic of Korea at Horse Guards Parade on November 21 last year.

In Kate’s absence, William has increased his royal obligations. Pictured: On November 21, of last year, Prince William and Princess Kate were present during a formal welcome for the President and First Lady of the Republic of Korea at Horse Guards Parade.

The Princess of Wales has not been seen since she attended the Christmas Day church service at Sandringham

Since her attendance at the Sandringham Church on Christmas Day, the Princess of Wales has not been seen.

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Unusually for a royal, Kate wore no jewelry at all in the picture. Judi speculated that this would be a sign that Kate is recovering.

Kate’s choice of easygoing attire seems to indicate that her health has returned. After the session, it appears from her zip-up jacket, pants, and lace-up boots that she’s going for a lengthy Mother’s Day stroll.

“Even her ankle crossing conveys energy rather than a desire to remain motionless,” the woman continued.

Kate looked happy sitting with her three kids at home in Windsor, her hair loose and flowing.

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She went for a natural makeup look, using a little lip gloss and a creamy foundation.

“It’s a relief for the fans (and the nation) to see the joy and the sense of playful family fun are still firmly in place in terms of body language,” Judi continued.

Even though Kate is seated, she is the one encircling her two younger children with protecting arms, and her smile—far more telling than her typical, picture-perfect “royal” smile—says it all.

This is a genuine, dimpled variant that exhibits neither stiffness nor forcing.

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Her beaming look, directed towards her spouse William in the background, implies that their customary exchanges of lighthearted banter are still very much alive and well.

George appears eager to shield his mother with his arms wrapped over her neck, but this is a familiar stance for him with his father. The kids are content enough that it is unlikely that anybody is feeling particularly cautious or that Kate has to be treated more delicately than she needs to be.

“Their gaping laughter seems consistent enough to suggest sincere humor that seems to be directed by William from behind the camera,”

The princess has not been seen at any royal events since the Sandringham church service on Christmas Day, which has sparked a lot of conjecture on social media. However, royal fans have embraced the good Mother’s Day update.

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In honor of Mother’s Day, Buckingham Palace also released a picture of the King with his late mother, Queen Elizabeth II. In 1985, Charles is shown kissing his mother’s hand following a polo match.

A statement next to the picture said, “Wishing all Mothers, and those who are missing their Mums today, a peaceful Mothering Sunday.”

Kate was reunited with her children at Adelaide Cottage in Windsor on January 29, over two weeks after her operation, after Kensington Palace reported the procedure was successful.

She was spotted last Monday for the first time after the surgery when images of her being driven about Windsor with her mother, Carole Middleton, were released by American gossip website TMZ.

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Kate was seen in the picture sitting in the passenger seat of a black 4×4 Audi while sporting dark sunglasses.

After Kensington Palace requested that she be allowed to recover in seclusion, the images were not released in the UK.

A few days afterward, Gary Goldsmith, Carole’s brother and Kate’s uncle, disclosed on Celebrity Big Brother that her niece was receiving the “best care in the world.”

‘Where’s Kate?’ Love Island winner Ekin-Su Culculoglu questioned Goldsmith on Wednesday’s episode.

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‘Because she doesn’t want to talk about…’ he shot back. The final action I will do is to mention a sort of politeness rule. I will provide you with my perspective once it is revealed.’

“I spoke to her mum, my sister, and she’s getting the best care in the world,” said Kate’s “black sheep” uncle.

“And all the family has done is round up the wagons and prioritize taking care of the family before anything else.” “She’s taking some time to recoup and will see you in Easter,” they simply stated in a statement that was released.

The Ministry of Defence was compelled to remove a statement on its website indicating that the Princess of Wales would be attending the Trooping the Colour after Kate was seen on Monday in a picture taken by photographers.

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As an honorary colonel of the Irish Guards, Kate was set to review a “practice” march on June 8; tickets went on sale on the army website.

King Charles also shared a touching tribute to his 'darling Mama' on Mother's Day and wrote: 'Wishing all Mothers, and those who are missing their Mums today, a peaceful Mothering Sunday'

On Mother’s Day, King Charles also posted a heartfelt message to his “darling Mama,” wishing everyone a calm Mothering Sunday and good thoughts for all mothers.

King Charles also shared a touching tribute to his 'darling Mama' on Mother's Day and wrote: 'Wishing all Mothers, and those who are missing their Mums today, a peaceful Mothering Sunday'

Along with Prince William and their kids George, Charlotte, and Louis, Princess Kate attended the service.

Kate left hospital on January 29 and returned to Adelaide Cottage in Windsor to be reunited with her children almost two weeks after having the surgery. Pictured: Kate and William in September 2022

Almost two weeks after the surgery, on January 29, Kate left the hospital and went back to Adelaide Cottage in Windsor to be with her kids. Kate and William as they appeared in September of 2022

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Officials have said  that the Princess of Wales (pictured on December 5) continues to do 'well'. Kate plans to return to royal engagements after Easter

The Princess of Wales (seen on December 5) is still doing “well,” according to officials. After Easter, Kate intends to resume her royal engagements.

Additionally, it stated that on June 15 at Horse Guards, 75-year-old King Charles will be observing his own formal birthday procession.

However, the MoD may have “jumped the gun,” as there were concerns expressed minutes after the tickets went on sale.

The princess’s confirmed presence would be made ‘only’ by Kensington Palace sources, who made it plain that they were ‘not consulted’ on the MoD statement.

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Although Buckingham Palace emphasized that adjustments can be made closer to the time depending on the King’s condition, they stated that plans for upcoming engagements were still being prepared despite the King’s ongoing cancer treatment.

On the advice of his physicians, he is only doing a very small number of in-person engagements and definitely nothing with big audiences.

The uncertainty surrounding the Royal Family has increased since two of its most senior members are absent for extended periods of time.

According to insiders, the monarch and his daughter-in-law would probably make every effort to attend given the significance of the events.

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The Prince of Wales continued to attend engagements on Friday at the Oval cricket field as his father and wife recuperate.

However, his ‘personal matter’-related absence at his godfather’s memorial at Windsor Castle last month sparked more rumors regarding his wife’s condition.

According to the Palace, Kate is unlikely to resume her public responsibilities until after Easter based on the current medical advise.

A representative added that Kate wanted her private medical records to remain private and that an update would only be given in the event that there was “significant new information to share.”

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William has been balancing his royal responsibilities with helping to care for George, Charlotte, and Louis as well as supporting Kate.

Prince William laughs as he speaks to Surrey County Cricket Club players at the Oval on Friday

Speaking to players from the Surrey County Cricket Club on Friday at the Oval, Prince William chuckles.

Prince William is presented with a Surrey County Cricket Club shirt at the Oval

At the Oval, Prince William receives a jersey from the Surrey County Cricket Club.

Prince William speaks to Pierre-Yves Paslierco, founder of Earthshot Prize winner Natpla, as he holds holds a sustainable seaweed-based food plate at the Oval cricket ground on Friday

At the Oval cricket stadium on Friday, Prince William converses with Pierre-Yves Paslierco, the creator of Natpla, the winner of the Earthshot Prize, while he holds a sustainable seaweed-based meal plate.

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Amidst a reduced monarchy, Queen Camilla has led the royal family at several occasions, with Princess Anne, Prince Edward, and Sophie providing further support.

William will be present at an event tomorrow commemorating The Earthshot Prize ‘Launchpad’ project at the immersive art venue Frameless in London’s West End’s Marble Arch neighborhood.

For those wishing to co-invest and work together on environmental initiatives, investors and philanthropists may utilize this new online matching portal for Earthshot projects.

According to Kensington Palace, since 2021, the Earthshot Prize has given out £15 million in prizes, and the network has enabled the 45 winners and finalists to access £50 million in support through its network.

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Camilla and William, along with the rest of the reduced monarchy, are scheduled to attend the annual Commonwealth Day ceremony on Monday.

The remaining working royals of the institution will congregate at Westminster Abbey in large numbers now that the King and Kate are not performing official obligations.

Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams was joined by royal fans in showing their delight at seeing the Mother's Day photo of Kate

Fans of the royal family joined royal analyst Richard Fitzwilliams in expressing their happiness at viewing Kate’s Mother’s Day portrait.

Edward, Sophie, and Anne will be joining Camilla and William, in addition to the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester and the Duke of Kent.

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This year’s service will feature a pre-recorded video message from Charles, the Head of the Commonwealth, who is currently receiving cancer treatment, according to a statement from Buckingham Palace.

The yearly event will focus on the idea of perseverance during a period when the royal family has experienced several health issues.

However, the program will highlight tales of maritime sustainability and environmental resiliency through acts by performers from each of the Commonwealth’s five regions.

William and Camilla will be present at the televised ceremony, which is a significant occasion in the royal calendar. Last week, William abruptly withdrew from his godfather King Constantine of Greece’s burial service due to an unknown personal situation.

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