Kate Middleton Finds Major Support Amidst Photo Editing Controversy

Royal commentator Angela Levin, known for her criticism of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, has stepped forward in defense of Kate Middleton amidst a photo editing controversy surrounding the Princess of Wales.

Following a Mother’s Day photo shared by Kate Middleton and subsequent allegations of editing, Levin took to social media to express her support for the Princess of Wales.

In a tweet posted on X, formerly known as her Twitter handle, Levin stated, “People should be proud that Princess Catherine hasn’t blamed any member of staff and realize how honorable she is. Harry and Meghan’s supporters can stop saying they wouldn’t have had a Photoshop fail and should take over. Jumping in when someone is unwell is dishonorable.”

Levin’s tweet comes in the wake of Kate Middleton issuing an apology over the edited photo.

The future queen acknowledged, “Like many amateur photographers, I do occasionally experiment with editing. I wanted to express my apologies for any confusion the family photograph we shared yesterday caused. I hope everyone celebrating had a very happy Mother’s Day.”

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Levin’s defense of Kate Middleton highlights the ongoing scrutiny faced by the royal family and underscores the complexities surrounding public perception in the digital age.

As discussions surrounding the incident continue, the Princess of Wales’s handling of the situation has drawn both praise and criticism, reflecting the nuanced dynamics within the royal sphere.

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