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Archbishop of Canterbury issues warning as conspiracy theories emerge about Kate Middleton  

In his remarks about conspiracy theories surrounding Kate Middleton, Justin Welby suggested  that “gossip like that is bad” and said that people with Health problems should be allowed access. “Live her life in peace.” 

The Princess of Wales was hospitalized for two weeks  in January for “planned abdominal surgery” that will keep her out of the public  until Easter, which falls on March 31, according to Kensington Palace would. However, this hasn’t stopped a single media outlet. and public furor over her health and whereabouts, with some even questioning a video of Kate and her husband, Prince William, allegedly taken on March 16. 

During an interview with Times Radio published on March 21, the Archbishop of Canterbury responded to a question about whether the frantic conspiracy theories pointed to a moral problem. 

“I believe that our culture is obsessed with conspiracies and we have little sense of the humanity of those caught up in the glare of the news.” Welby replied.“No matter who it is, people should be allowed to be sick, have surgery, whatever it is, and  live their lives in peace without anyone demanding that they prove something every other day .” 

“It’s the Internet that has spread these conspiracy theories to all kinds of people,” he continued. “It is extremely unhealthy. They are nothing more than old-fashioned village gossip that can now spread around the world in a matter of seconds. We have to get away from that.Clapping like that  is wrong.” 

Other  officials, including British Labor Party leader Keir Starmer, have also spoken out in defense of Kate and her privacy. 

“I think  we should leave them alone,” Starmer said during an appearance on U.K. Jeremy Vine TV show  on 5  March 21. “He’s had a difficult operation and  deserves privacy.” 

Asked if he would advise Kensington Palace to do anything differently, he replied: “No, I do “I think the politicians who advise the royal family, Kensington Palace, are wrong.” 

“But I think as humans we should really gutturally intervene and leave them alone,” he added.”This isn’t really a political reaction, this is a human reaction as a parent and as a human being.” 

Welby and Starmer’s comments come after former US President and 2024 election candidate Donald Trump, Kate Middleton in in an interview with GB News on March 19 after the Prince and Princess of Wales’ social media platforms published an edited photo of Kate and her three. Children in the UKMother’s Day. Press agencies withdrew the image after determining it was manipulated and did not meet their editorial standards. Kate accepted the credit and apologized for the edited photo. 

Trump responded: “It shouldn’t be a big deal because everyone is a doctor [photos].” He added that it was a “difficult time” for the royal family.



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