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Update: After questions were raised, Catherine, Princess of Wales, apologized for doctoring the photo of her with her three children.

Nearly two months after undergoing abdominal surgery, Catherine, the princess of Wales, appeared in an official photograph, released on Sunday by Kensington Palace to mark Mother’s Day in Britain.

Catherine, who posed with her three children, George, Charlotte and Louis, has not been seen in public since before she entered the hospital on Jan. 16, provoking a swirl of increasingly far-fetched rumors on social media about her condition.

The image of a smiling Catherine, surrounded by her family, could have quieted what had become an extraordinary distraction for the British royal family, which is also dealing with a cancer diagnosis for King Charles III.

But late in the day, The Associated Press issued a “kill order” for the photo and asked its clients to remove it from all platforms, saying it appeared to have been manipulated by the source. The New York Times, which had used the image, removed it.

Kensington Palace, where Catherine and her husband, Prince William, have their offices, did not release any new details on her condition or convalescence. It said the photograph was taken by William this past week in Windsor, where the family lives in Adelaide Cottage, on the grounds of Windsor Castle.

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