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The Royals have handled this latest rumor with great composure. Kate Middleton responded to rumors about Botox and plastic surgery to a representative of Kensington Palace. The Duchess of Cambridge made a statement through a spokesperson clarifying a plastic surgeon's allegations about social media. [D-19659003] On Tuesday, July 23, the British plastic surgeon Dr. Side photo of Middleton claiming that the Duchess had received Botox. "Our Kate loves a little baby botox," Dr. Somji to the photos on the Instagram account @DrMediSpa. (The Instagram has since been deleted.) After the post became viral, Kensington Palace responded quickly to the allegations and made a statement denying that the Duchess had ever had Botox. In a response shared by the New York Post, a spokesman for the king said the allegations were "categorically untrue." "In addition, the royal family never advocates commercial activity," the statement said.
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In response to the backlash, Sammy Curry, the marketing manager of Dr. Ing. Kate from the UK "and it is not suggested that the Duchess used the funds provided by the clinic. Baby Botox, which provides the clinic for those who use the services, is described as "injecting botulinum toxin into the face to paralyze the underlying muscles," according to Us Weekly. In addition, Baby Botox focuses on smaller amounts of injections and is only applied around the forehead and mouth.
When asked if Middleton ever received Dr. Ing. Medi Spa Clinic has applied, Curry said to Page Six: "We could not disclose if she is customer or not. We have confidentiality agreements in which we can not disclose our high-end customers. We absolutely can not comment that she came to us. "
Curry explained that Somji was showing the effects of baby botox and did not want to show or shame Middleton to use it." He thought it was a good comparison to the effects of Botox and, apparently, of baby botox too He just wanted to show what changes it can make and how it can obviously be used for subtle results and how it's really good for anti-aging. "
The marketing manager also explained that baby botox is different and less severe than regular botox. "Curry said on page 6," This gives the effect of Botox, but you will not have the frozen look. You will get expression in your face. It is a good starting point for Botox as it provides more subtle results than the normal Botox procedure.
Whether or not Middleton uses Botox (in this case, she does not) is her choice, and it is none of the business of anyone – not even the doctor who performed the procedure – to tell anyone about it. Everyone handles aging differently and it is no shame to do Botox or any other plastic surgery. You do. In Middleton's case, Kensington Palace made it clear that she did not do Botox.
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