When it comes to rumors about the royal family, the palace usually does not have much to say. Whether it is the family drama by Meghan Markle or the alleged affair of Prince William, the general belief is that the discussion of these rumors will continue to pay attention to them.
For that reason, royal followers were surprised when the palace recently raised rumors that Kate Middleton had done some work. This has led many to wonder why the family defended Kate so quickly, but never did the same for Markle. Is it a case of favor, or is there more to this story?
A plastic surgeon claimed Kate Middleton had "baby botox"
It is common knowledge that you do not ask a woman if her job has been done. It should also be well known that you do not insinuate that the future queen's diet had Botox. However, this is exactly what a well-known British plastic surgeon recently did.
Dr. Munir Somji posted two photos of Middleton on his professional Instagram page, intended to be "before" and "after" the Duchess of Cambridge. In his contribution, Dr. Somji: "Our Kate loves a little baby botox. Patients come from far away to see me for this procedure. It's really so easy … There is no excuse for doctors to let patients with brow on the floor. Note the reduction of fine lines on the forehead. Note, however, the deepening of the medial (middle) forehead, but the elevation of the lateral end of the forehead.
The post has since been deleted. It is not the first time that the spa has published pictures of the royal family. The Instagram feed contains several pictures of Prince Harry and Markle. However, this seems to be the first time that the spa points to a supposed work of a Royals.
The Palace made a statement
While the palace is generally silent about this type of gossip, officials from the Kensington Palace made a statement about the claims of the spa. A palace spokesman told The New York Post that the palace's post was "basically not true." The spokesman continued, "In addition, the royal family never advocates commercial activity."
The palace's statement is true does not directly confirm or deny the claim that the Duchess had Botox. However, it separates the royal family firmly from the spa.
When asked if Middleton is a client of Dr. med. Medispa, a representative replied, "We could not disclose whether or not she is a client, we have confidentiality agreements where we can not disclose our high-end customers, and we absolutely can not comment that she came to us . "
Why has the palace bothered to address these rumors – do not be more aggressive in defending Markle against endless media attacks – is it because Middleton is married to the future King of England or is Markle simple The Royal Family is very cautious about who she associates with and, as she noted, they make no commercial endorsements, and although it appears the palace defends the Duchess, the explanation never denies that Middleton has any
In fact, as the statement was formulated, if they were intent on making this Beha not raise interest. Ultimately, it's not about defending Middleton and not Markle, but about royal politics. The palace must protect its reputation and have control over who it connects to.