Kensington Palace has “categorically” denied that Kate Middleton has received Botox.
A before-and-after photo of the Duchess of Cambridge made the rounds on Instagram, which led to speculation.
Today in royal news that you never thought you would read, the palace reportedly denied that Kate Middleton had Botox on her forehead. But let’s go back: why do people even think that the Duchess even got Botox, or do they care whether or not she received the treatment?
Apparently the British plastic surgeon Munir Somji, MD, of the Dr. Medi Spa Clinic a “before and after” photo of Kate’s forehead on July 23, which caused some commotion. “Our Kate Middleton likes a little baby Botox,” he wrote. “Note the reduction of fine lines on the forehead. But also note the depression of the medial (middle) forehead but the increase in the lateral tail of the forehead. “
It is true that Kate Middleton looks slightly different in the “na” photo, but it may be due to makeup. Plus, a spokesperson for Kensington Palace has denied that she had had Botox, and said Dr. Post’s post. Medi Spa “categorically is not true” and that “moreover, the Royal family never endorses commercial activities.”
Meanwhile, Dr. refused Medi Spa, just ten minutes from Kensington Palace, to confirm or deny that Kate Middleton was a patient. “We could not reveal whether she is a customer or not,” said marketing manager Sammy Curry. “We have confidentiality agreements where we cannot release our high-end customers. We absolutely cannot say that she came to us. “
Oh, and the photos were posted on Instagram because the doctor thought it was a good comparison photo to use to show the effects of Botox and clear baby Botox, whatever he does. He just wanted to show the transformation it can create and clearly how it can be used for subtle results and how it is really good for anti-aging. “