G. McConway
December 13, 2023

Royals Mocked Over Apparent Photoshop Fail of Christmas Card

The Royals seem to be in the headlines for all the wrong reasons these days.

This time, it is Prince William and Kate Middleton for a Christmas card blunder.

The couple sent out their annual card, only they forget to check it for mistakes, but the internet never misses.


Kate Middleton posted the family picture on all of her social media profiles.

The problem, however, was that Prince Louis appeared to be missing a finger in the photo, and as far as anyone could tell, the young lad still had all his digits in place.

The pushback by the internet trolls was fast and furious.

One account responded, “Did William and Kate rent a child? What’s happening am trying to find out or Did they just photoshop the entire picture I need answers.”

There also seems to be something odd about the child’s legs, which was also picked up, with another observer posting, “Are Prince William children even real or are they fake? Why does Louis not have a finger and look at Louis leg both legs don’t look similar.”

I would give the Royals a piece of advice and tell them to go over the photo with a fine-toothed comb before they put it up on social media because the trolls can be brutal.

It is not helping their case that the Royals have multiple scandals going on right now.

The latest is a new book that came out that has King Charles questioning the color of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s child.

That little scandal may have Harry and Meghan losing their official royal titles, as members of Parliament are not happy with how the King is being portrayed, believing that it was Harry and Meghan who leaked that little tidbit to the author.

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