The Kensington Palace publicly denied that Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, used a hint of Botox after her third child, Prince Louis, was born last year.
In an Instagram post he has since deleted to his 48.6K followers, Munir Somji, head of Dr. Medi Spa Clinic in London, before that Kate uses "baby botox", which is essentially a departure from the common-occurring facial-fossil elixir, which makes the results appear more natural.
Somji juxtaposed footage of the 37-year-old King as proof, "Our Kate Loves Baby Botox." The before image shows a tired-looking mother of three with pronounced wrinkles. The "after" recording predictably shows a more radiant princess.
"Note the reduction in fine lines on the forehead," said Somji, who was honored for his aesthetic flair. "Note, however, the deepening of the medial eyebrow, but the elevation of the lateral tail of the eyebrow."
The palace did not waste time denying the doctor's allegations and emphasized to several British outlets that the use of the word "our" in describing Kate mistakenly suggested that the Duchess was a customer. The Page Six of the New York Post cites a palace spokesman who calls the claims "categorically untrue," adding that "the royal family never supports commercial activity."
Page Six forward the denials to Somjis Clinic, which, unsurprisingly, offers baby Botox treatments. "We can not disclose whether she's a client or not," said Sammy Curry, the clinic's marketing manager, to Page Six . "We have confidentiality agreements where we can not disclose our high-end customers and we can not comment that she came to us."
Curry added that Somji highlighted the Duchess of Cambridge because he " thought it was a good comparative image to show the effects of Botox and obviously baby Botox, which he does himself. "
" He just wanted to show the transformation that it can produce and obviously how it uses for subtle results Kate's personal make-up artist Arabella Preston suggested that the natural beauty of the Duchess should only be enhanced by the biotulin gel made in Germany, a natural anti-aging agent. "
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Or maybe Prince Louis will get a full one now as he gets older Night sleep, which can work wonders for any mother of three children, royal or otherwise.