Since her 2011 wedding to Prince William, Kate Middleton has become one of the royal family’s most beloved members.
Catherine Elizabeth Middleton, now known as “Princess of Wales” and the former Duchess of Cambridge, was born in Reading, England’s Royal Berkshire Hospital, to a family of comfortable means.
Michael Middleton, a former flight dispatcher, and Carole, a former flight attendant, are the parents of the eldest of her three children and the founders, in 1987, of Party Pieces, a privately held company selling party supplies and decorations by mail-order. The business is reported to be worth £30 million.
Michael’s ancestors were members of the British nobility, and they established trust funds, which have provided them with a comfortable lifestyle for more than a century. It is said that her Middleton relatives entertained the British monarchy as early as 1926.
In 2001, Kate Middleton met William in St Salvation’s Hall at the University of St Andrews, where they were both undergraduates. There are rumors that she first grabbed William’s attention in 2002 when she walked the runway in a sheer lace dress for a charity show.
In 2003, the pair began dating; however, they did not publicize their relationship. They lived in an apartment with two other pals throughout their second year.
In April 2007, William and Kate Middleton ended their relationship. They chose to end their relationship while on vacation in the Swiss town of Zermatt. A few months later, they were spotted together, and news outlets reported that they had “rekindled their love.” She was called “Waity Katie” for a while because of her extended connection with William.
Kate Middleton Had Plastic Surgery?
The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, has always been stunningly beautiful, and her looks have only improved with time. Some people have speculated that Kate Middleton may have undergone plastic surgery since she appears to be defying the laws of physics by seemingly reversing the aging process.
The queen likely hasn’t undergone plastic surgery, but others say she has had occasional injections to maintain her youthful glow and exquisite appearance.
Dr. Matthew Schulman, a plastic surgeon in New York City who has not treated the Duchess, told Life & Style exclusively in July 2019, “Kate Middleton appears to have become the poster child for Botox recently.”
Before complementing the Duchess, he said, “Without Botox injections, it would be nearly difficult to eradicate the creases around her eyes that appear when she smiles broadly.” It demonstrates that even in young women, Botox may produce a noticeable improvement. She appears attractive without being phony.”
Dr. Manish Shah, a certified Plastic Surgeon in Denver who has not treated Kate, concurs that she has received Botox injections in the same region of her face. “I’m very convinced she’s had Botox or another neuromodulator injected into her crow’s feet region. He exclaimed, “Even when she smiles, she has no wrinkles!”
Kate Middleton Responded to Those Rumors
The royal family handled this most recent rumor with great calmness. A Kensington Palace spokesperson confirmed that Kate Middleton addressed reports that she had Botox and cosmetic surgery. The Duchess of Cambridge sent a statement through a spokeswoman to refute the social media accusations made by a plastic surgeon.
On July 23, British plastic surgeon Dr. Munir Somji posted a side-by-side comparison of two photos of Middleton and claimed that the Duchess had Botox injections. Dr. Somji posted the photographs on @DrMediSpa’s Instagram account with, “Our Kate likes a little bit of baby Botox.” (they already deactivated the Instagram account.)
After the image went viral, Kensington Palace released a statement that promptly rejected the rumors that the Duchess had ever received Botox. In a reaction shared with the New York Post, a spokeswoman for the monarch stated that the allegations were “absolutely false.” In addition, the statement said, “The Royal Family never endorses commercial activities.”
After receiving criticism, marketing manager Sammy Curry clarified to Page Six that “our Kate” referred to “The UK’s Kate” and not the Duchess, who had not used the clinic’s services. Us Weekly describes Baby Botox as the “injection of botulinum toxin into the face in an attempt to paralyze the underlying muscles.” The clinic offers Baby Botox to clients. In addition, infant Botox focuses on lower injectable doses and is only administered around the lips and forehead.
When questioned if Middleton had ever visited Dr. Medi Spa Clinic, Curry told Page Six, “We cannot confirm if she is a client or not.” Non-disclosure agreements prohibit us from disclosing our high-end clientele. We cannot remark on the fact that she has visited us.”
Sammy Curry, the marketing manager for Dr. Medi Spa, said in the post that Somji’s post highlighted the difference that baby Botox could make for the face. However, Curry could not divulge whether or not the Duchess was one of their clients.
Although The Duchess of Cambridge might not undergo cosmetic treatments for herself, she has in the past fostered a trend that has led to more others receiving them. In 2013, there were reports that New York City women were rushing to cosmetic surgeons to have “Kate Middleton’s nose.”
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