Blake Lively appears to criticize Princess Kate's photo editing: I've disappeared  

Blake Lively, the Instagram caption queen, has criticized Princess Kate's Mother's Day photo editing mistake. The "Gossip Girl" alum uploaded a photo of herself poolside with pigtails, a thumbs up, and a Betty Drink can. Actress founded Betty sparkling beverage startup in 2021.

I'm delighted to share this shot I took today to announce our 4 new @bettybuzz & @bettybooze products! "Now you know why I've been MIA," Lively posted on Instagram. On the post, Lively introduced oak-smoked lemonade and apple ginger sour cherry mocktails and smoky pineapple tequila and bourbon cocktails.

Royal spectators have questioned Princess Kate after she requested privacy after a "successful" operation on Jan. 16 and hospitalization. The palace said Kate was "unlikely to return to public duties until after Easter." This Sunday, March 31, is the holiday.

Kensington Palace uploaded her first official photo since her stomach surgery in January on her and Prince William's Instagram account last Sunday, thanking supporters.

"I appreciate your warm thoughts and support over the past two months. To celebrate Mother's Day in the U.K., the caption said. Prince William photographed Kate sitting on a chair with her children, Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5.

The kill alerts shortly after publishing the Mother's Day photograph due to "manipulation." Princess Kate apologized one day later. Top Hollywood star Lively and her husband, Ryan Reynolds, are known for their hilarious social media posts, like her Princess Kate remark.

Despite Lively's many TV appearances, Reynolds joked about his wife's whereabouts during the February Super Bowl. Taylor Swift's star-studded entourage supported boyfriend Travis Kelce at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. Has everyone seen the #Deadpool trailer? Has anyone seen my wife?" Reynolds joked on Instagram midway through Super Bowl 58 on Sunday. Blake had a game-changing Super Bowl 58 photo caption.

I left my kids for the first time last week and wore shoe-pants. I snapped images upside-down without knowing. As if it were 2007, I treated a friendship bracelet like Flat Stanley for my hubby. I borrowed more jewels than the Pirates of the Caribbean skeleton. I clubbed. I know what my Twilight Zone episode would be.

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