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On Tuesday, Dr. Medi Spa Clinic, a plastic surgery clinic in London, shared an Instagram post that seemed to imply Kate Middleton got baby botox and that she was its regular client.
Kensington Palace rarely comments on speculative reports about the royal family, but a spokesperson from the Palace issued an official statement saying that these reports about Middleton getting botox are not true.
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This isn't the first time the Kensington Palace has squashed speculative reports with an official statement. Recently, the palace issued a statement denying reports that Meghan Markle would be raising her child in a "gender-neutral" fashion.
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On Tuesday, a plastic surgery clinic in London posted an Instagram of side-by-side photos of Kate Middleton with a caption that seemed to imply that the Duchess of Cambridge regularly gets baby botox and is a client of the place.
The post has since been deleted and although Kensington Palace doesn't comment on speculative reports about the royals very often, a spokesperson for the Palace issued a statement denying that Kate Middleton receives these injections.
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The clinic's now-deleted post showcased side-by-side images of Middleton's face with the caption, 'Our Kate loves a bit of baby Botox'
In the now-deleted post, Dr. Medi Spa Clinic, a plastic surgery clinic in London, shared side-by-side images of Middleton's face on Instagram with the caption, "Our Kate loves a bit of baby Botox."
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"Baby botox" is essentially just regular botox but with a smaller amount of injectables. It's often used to help subtly smooth out the fine lines and wrinkles usually found on one's forehead or around one's mouth.
The clinic's post seemed to imply Middleton was their regular client, though they never explicitly said so.
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It appears from the original Instagram caption that the images in this now-deleted post were meant to be viewed as "before-and-after" photos: "Note...
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