"Our Kate Loves A Bit Of Baby Botox": Plastic Surgeon Allegedly Exposes Kate Middleton As His Client

July 25, 2019 13:00

Last year, Kate Middleton came under fire for seemingly looking older, perhaps due to recent child birth and subsequent weight loss. Lately, however, she's been looking exceptionally fresh and her skin is visibly smoother.

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Some suggested that the Duchess of Cambridge turned to Botox since there's noticeable difference in her appearance.

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Did a surgeon confirm Kate using Botox?

The speculations escalated when plastic surgeon Dr. Munir Somji posted from the Instagram page of London's Dr. Medi Spa Clinic about Duchess Kate using baby Botox to correct certain area of her face. Parts of his post state the following:

Our Kate loves a bit of baby Botox. Patients come from far and wide to see me for this procedure. It truly is so simple... Note the reduction of fine lines on the forehead. But also note the depression of the medial (middle part) brow but elevation of the lateral tail of the brow.

Such details raised a few eyebrows and now many believe the surgeon actually confirmed Kate's cosmetic surgery, especially considering that Dr. Medi Spa Clinic is about a 10-minute drive from Kensington Palace.

Palace allegedly slammed the rumors

Reportedly, a spokesman for Kensington Palace made a statement to The New York Post saying that Dr. Somji's post is "categorically not true” and “in addition, The Royal Family never endorse commercial activity." By commercial activity they meant that Kate Middleton would never agree to be paraded by a cosmetic clinic like that.

Dr Munir Somji apologized for the post, but sneakily said they actually cannot disclose whether the Duchess of Cambridge is their client, and added that he meant "our Kate" as "UK's Kate" in the post. The surgeon simply used Middleton for difference in her photographs for promotion.

While we can't definitively say whether Kate got rid of her wrinkles or not, we wouldn't be surprised that the 37-year-old royal felt pressure to look more youthful. Especially considering that social media constantly compares her to Meghan Markle, who's a year older than Kate, but looks way younger.

At the end, the decision to do Botox or not is up to Kate Middleton and shouldn't be of anyone else's concern.