Wednesday 13 March 2024

Kategate: the palace’s ‘disinformation campaign’


Kategate: the palace’s ‘disinformation campaign

“… [It’s] unbelievable that the sober and deeply impersonal press team behind the Prince and Princess of Wales are letting Kate fiddle about with their big reveal image on her laptop.

“Then there’s the completely out-of-character personal apology direct from the supposed source, with the pithy one-letter sign-off ‘C’ …

“… [The] palace is engaged in a campaign of disinformation about Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales.

“Is Kate seriously ill? Is she actually dead? Has she divorced William?

“Is the Independent article that suddenly introduced Lady Rose Hanbury: Marchioness of Cholmondeley to the public a soft-launch of William’s secret partner …

“With only [the palace’s] blatant disinformation to go on, what if the conspiracy theorists are right?”


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Hysterectomy gone wrong?

'Kate Middleton Put Into Induced Coma Reports Spanish Television'
7 min.

'Spanish journalist Concha Calleja told her TV show Fiesta that she had "spoken to an aide from the Royal Household in a completely off-the-record manner" and Kate's life "was in great danger."

"The doctors had to take drastic decisions at that moment because of the complications that arose," she added, according to U.K. broadsheet The Times.

"The decision was to put her in an induced coma. They had to intubate her," Calleja said. "There were serious complications that they didn't expect because the operation went well, but the postoperative period didn't go so well."'


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