Why Eugenie ‘cut out Kate from anniversary photo’ explained – as post divides royal fans

Social media users have defended Princess Eugenie against claims that she intentionally cropped the Duchess of Cambridge from an anniversary photo, saying it was most likely due to Instagram’s “annoying” photo upload system

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Royal fans claim Princess Eugenie didn’t intentionally crop the Duchess of Cambridge from a picture taken at the anniversary.

Social media users rushed to her defense, saying that a quirk of Instagram can make it difficult to always crop photos the way you want.

It comes after Princess Eugenie caused a stir when her Instagram account posted a photo with a number of members of the royal family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace after the platinum competition – but not the Duchess, who was standing with the group.

Some Instagram users wondered if the crop was intentional, with one person speculating that she “don’t like Kate.”

Others noted that the Duchess of Cornwall had also been cut out.







The photo on Princess Eugenie’s Instagram does not show the Duchess of Cambridge standing next to Prince William
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But a number of Instagram users have defended Princess Eugenie, explaining that the only reason the couple was left out was because the photos’ aspect ratios had not been corrected before being uploaded to Instagram.

Instagram will automatically make your Instagram posts square unless you choose to use the photo landscape. And no matter what aspect ratio you choose for your first photo, the rest of the “album” will be the same.

The first photo in the “album” posted on Princess Eugenie’s page shows her grandmother the queen, which works well with a square aspect ratio, while the next photo shows the royal family on the balcony, which is recreated off Instagram would have to be adjusted first if the whole picture is to fit in a square room.







The original photo shows both Kate and Camilla on the balcony
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Instagram user @Royalinstablog posted a statement, jokingly saying the princess wasn’t Instagram-savvy enough.

They wrote: “It may seem so @princesseugenie intentionally cut out both the Duchess of Cornwall and Duchess Cambridge from the image she posted, but she didn’t.

“She posted a series of images but didn’t properly set the aspect ratio for each image.

“Trying to DM her mail [direct message] on IG [Instagram] You see the full picture.







Princess Eugenie attends the platinum competition
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“It wasn’t just this image that was affected on the set. Other pictures were also affected because she is probably not IG-affine [sic] enough

“IG can be very annoying, especially for those who don’t use it all the time”.

“Fanpage admins can attest to how annoying aspect ratio can be. You’ll have to use an external app to adjust your images, if not, IG will crop your images.”







Kate on the balcony of Buckingham Palace during the Platinum Jubilee Pageant on June 5th
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Instagram chooses a square aspect ratio, as posted on Princess Eugenie’s Royal Family page on the balcony, unless you change it yourself
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Another poster wrote under the statement: “I thought so too because they’re circumcised [photos] are so sloppy and weird that sometimes they’re annoying”.

And a separate user wrote: “This is so true. As someone running an fp [fan page] (this is my private) it’s so relatable. We cannot upload full images even if we want to. You can ofc blame Instagram for that [of course].

Not everyone was convinced, however, as one Instagram user wrote: “No, she just doesn’t like Kate. She’s on Team Harry and that’s totally fine, but she definitely did it on purpose.”

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