#Kategate Media Reports Timeline

March, 22, 2024

Video appearance of Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales reveals she has been diagnosed with cancer.

March, 21, 2024

TMZ special on Where is Kate Middleton premieres

March 19, 2024

Rose Hanbury shared a statement through her lawyers addressing the affair rumours with Prince William amid Kate Middleton absence. Article can be found here: Read the article on Hindustan Times

March, 18, 2024

TMZ shares NEW video of William and Kate walking outside in Windsor Farm Shop. Their three kids weren’t with them … but The Sun also claimed they spent the first part of their Saturday watching the children play sports. At first, there was no real evidence to back up the report … but now, the first actual visual of her here has surfaced, and it’s 100% her. See the video.

The public view: The public is scrutinizing the video closely and identifying numerous inconsistencies, such as variations in height, facial features, and a generally grainy appearance. It’s bewildering that the news is attempting to assert unequivocally that the person depicted is Kate. They claim it’s her with 100% certainty, but have they conducted a DNA test? How can they make such a definitive statement without concrete evidence? Do they underestimate the public’s intelligence?

March 17, 2024

Kate Middleton will likely address mysterious health concerns at public event: report. Article can be found here: Read the article on Page Six

Fact Check: An unverifiable report suggests that “she will likely” address her health concerns at some event. Even more odd in the article it states: a royal source told The Sunday Times over the weekend, noting that she and husband Prince William are “at their most open” when out interacting with members of the public. However, recent actions contradict this statement, speaking volumes louder than the assurances of a royal source.

March 16, 2024

The Princess of Wales controversy has only gotten worse. Article can be found here: Read the article on CNN

It seems we’re all being dubbed “amateur detectives,” as noted by CNN. The article mentions how numerous individuals have meticulously crafted timelines and conducted thorough investigations into the princess’ recent activities, blending genuine concern with some far-fetched conspiracy theories. But perhaps it’s time to acknowledge that these so-called amateur detectives are outshining professional journalists. Instead of reporting factual information, some journalists seem content to propagate stories that suggest the princess is personally editing her own photos with over 16 edits, blindly accepting whatever narratives the Palace provides.

March 13, 2024

Agence France-Presse says it no longer considers Kensington Palace a “trusted source”

Finally getting some real news when Phil Chetwynd, Agence France-Presse’s (AFP) global news director, told BBC radio that the news agency no longer considers Kensington Palace a “trusted source” following the botched Mother’s Day photo disaster. Chetwynd said AFP, along with other news agencies, tried to get the palace to provide the original photo so they could determine how much of it had been edited. When they received no reply, they issued “kill” notices informing editors not to publish the doctored photo. Such notices are commonly associated with images from the regimes of Iran and North Korea, not the British Royal Family, Chetwynd specified. Mention can be found here

March, 11, 2024

Kate is pictured leaving Windsor Castle with William.

Fact check: This image of the Princess turning her head in the car with William is frankly of lower quality compared to the previous one. Its authenticity can only be confirmed by a royal source, rendering it unverifiable to the general public. Additionally, the photo appears highly grainy and poorly executed, with evident signs of Photoshop editing.

March 11, 2024

Kate supposedly breaks her silence on the photo

Kate formally addressed the photo being doctored in an online statement: “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. C”

Fact check: No real evidence that she was the one that actually posted this message.