Royal fans spot one big mistake in King Charles’s social media post-Here is it

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Eagle-eyed Royal fans spot a major mistake on King Charles’s social media post. Royal fans have spotted another gaffe made on a Royal social media post this time containing a Commonwealth Day message from the King. As the annual service, one of the key royal events of the year, got under way on Monday (March 11) a post was uploaded on the royal social media account.


Royal fans spot one big mistake in King Charles's social media post-Here is it

In it, people were invited to watch the full message on the official YouTube account. However, many people online noticed how the link redirected people to what is believed to be the personal account of the palace’s head of digital engagement. An account run by blogger Gert’s Royals said: “Oops! Royal Family’s tweet about King Charles’ Commonwealth Day speech links to personal YouTube account of Palace’s Head of Digital Engagement Emma Goodey instead of Royal Family’s account.” The Mirror contacted Buckingham Palace for comment on the alleged error.


Royal fans spot one big mistake in King Charles's social media post-Here is it

In his message, the King said: “The Commonwealth is like the wiring of a house, and its people, our energy and our ideas are the current that runs through those wires. “Together and individually, we are strengthened by sharing perspectives and experiences, and by offering and borrowing the myriad ways we have each tackled the challenges of our time.” The social media error comes after the Princess of Wales found herself firmly in the spotlight following the release of the family’s annual Mother’s Day photo. This morning she issued a public apology for confusion caused by the image, which she admitted she had “edited”.


Royal fans spot one big mistake in King Charles's social media post-Here is it

Many have questioned why the Princess felt the need to change the photo at all – with some even accusing her of reusing and tweaking an old picture. The Mother’s Day snap was shared across the Waleses’ social media channels yesterday alongside a post signed off by the Princess thanking people for their support as she continues to recover from abdominal surgery. However, fans began pointing out “errors” in the photo, which had supposedly been taken by Prince William. Last night, several of the world’s biggest international photo agencies said the photograph had been “manipulated”.

The Associated Press (AP) Reuters, Agence France-Presse (AFP) and Getty Images all separately issued a “kill notice” to media organisations around the globe, confirming they had each deleted the image from their individual libraries. This morning, UK news agency Press Association (PA) also pulled the image.


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