Kensington Palace issued a rare public denunciation after the most plastic surgeon claims that Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, used Botox after her third child, Prince Louis, was born last year.
In the deleted Instagram post of its 48.6 thousand followers, Munir Somji, who runs the clinic for Dr. Medi Spa in London, suggested that Kate use "Baby Botox", which is essentially a deviation from the often-effective elixir that makes results more natural.
SOMJI offered parallel pictures of the 37-year-old King as proof, saying: "Our Kate loves a little botox." The image "before" shows a weary mother of three. with pronounced wrinkles. "After" the shot predictably shows a more radiant princess.
"Mark the reduction of fine lines on the forehead", Soymi, who has won prizes for her aesthetic insight, loaded. "But also keep in mind the depression of the medial eyebrow, but the height of the lateral tail of the forehead."
The palace does not waste time denying the doctor's claims by emphasizing on several British markets that using the word "our" when describing Kate wrongly assumed that the duchess might be a client. New York Post's page cites the palace spokesperson, who calls the allegations "utterly false," adding that "moreover, the Royal Family never approves of commercial activity."
] gave the refusal to Samji's clinic, which is not surprising that he offers therapies with baby botox. "We could not reveal whether it was a client or not," said Sammy Curry, Clinical Marketing Manager, for Page Six . "We have non-disclosure agreements in which we can not disclose our high-end customers. We absolutely can not comment that it has come to us. "Curry added that Samji had named the Duchess Cambridge because" he thought it was a good comparison picture to show the effects of Botox and apparently the baby. Botox, which he does alone. "
" He just wanted to show the transformation he can create and obviously how it can be used for fine results and how really good for anti-aging. "
Earlier this year, Kate's personal makeup artist, Arabella Preston, suggests that the duchess's natural beauty is complemented by German gel Biotulin, an entirely natural anti-aging product based on the properties of the plant Acmella oleracea .
Or maybe, when Prince Louis is getting older, she gets a full night of sleep that can do miracles for every mother of three, royal or not