Prince William and Kate's Christmas card appears to suffer awkward photoshop fail

Prince William and Kate's Christmas card appears to suffer awkward photoshop fail
Prince and Princess of Wales release black and white family photograph for …

The Prince and Princess of Wales have released their annual Christmas card - but people can't help but notice what appear to be awkward Photoshop fails.

In the black-and-white portrait shared on Saturday (December 9), the family of five all sported a white shirt and dark trousers and were photographed by Yorkshire photographer Josh Shinner.

Princess Kate posed with a supportive arm around her eldest son and heir Prince George, 10, while eight-year-old Princess Charlotte was sat on a chair in the centre of the photo.

Prince William had his arm on the youngest child, five-year-old son Prince Louis.

Since the release of the Christmas card, royal fans have spotted that Prince William’s legs are missing from behind Princess Charlotte’s chair, while others have taken a closer look and noticed Prince Louis' middle finger is missing too.

One person asked: "Is Prince Louis really missing a finger or is that bad photoshop???"

"Excuse me but where is Prince Louis finger," another person wrote.

Someone else added: "The youngest kid is missing a finger. And William seems to be missing a leg. Photoshop fails all around!"

"Is Prince Louis missing a finger? What in the AI is going on?" a fourth person questioned.

However, another person noted a possible reason Prince Louis' middle finger looks like it's missing.

“I think the missing finger is how he’s holding the arm of the chair…." they said.

“And I could vaguely get missing limbs behind the chair/and Charlotte. But Louis should have been in long pants. George definitely giving a side eye to the whole enterprise.”

Elsewhere, King Charles III released his annual Christmas card which featured an image of himself where he sported a coronation tunic alongside Queen consort Camilla.

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