LifestyleKate Middleton with Botox? Experts have no doubts. Here's why

Kate Middleton with Botox? Experts have no doubts. Here's why

Kate Middleton
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8:17 AM EDT, October 20, 2023

Plastic surgeons have analyzed old and new photos of Kate Middleton. Based on these, they have determined the alleged cosmetic procedures and surgeries that the Duchess of Wales has supposedly undergone.

For many, Kate Middleton is a style icon and a natural beauty. So, some find it hard to believe that the wife of Prince William would resort to the help of plastic surgeons. However, media speculation occasionally suggests that Kate has "rejuvenated," which is reportedly noticeable in the appearance of her face.

What did Kate Middleton improve in her appearance?

It's no secret that Duchess Kate always looks fresh and youthful, and you can see fine lines on her face. Interestingly, according to a plastic surgeon, Prince William's wife regularly smooths them with Botox. He claims, however, that Kate opts for a very natural effect.

It appears that Kate Middleton may have used Botox on her forehead. Recent photos show that her right eyebrow is slightly lower than the left. This could be a side effect from using Botox on the forehead. The eyebrows momentarily move down. However, the effect is very natural - said plastic surgeon Dr. Vartan Mardirossian to "Closer Weekly" magazine.

What other procedures could the wife of Prince William have undergone?

Polish expert in aesthetic medicine, Krzysztof Gojdź, in an interview with Plotek.pl once informed that according to him, Duchess Kate used aesthetic treatments that give the skin a natural look. These are treatments like baby botox, but also lip filling with hyaluronic acid. Anything else?

The face refreshed by minor aesthetic medicine procedures. The lack of expression lines around the eyes and on the forehead suggests a gentle injection with botulinum toxin, also known as baby botox. Slightly fuller lips without wrinkles are the result of a hyaluronic acid injection, but in minimal amount, so as not to change the shape, but to restore their youthful appearance and color. Also, cheeks after the age of 40 start to decrease, which is caused by the absorption of facial bones and subcutaneous fat tissue. I think that hyaluronic acid could also be injected here, to gently and naturally restore the volume of the cheeks - he said.

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ST ANDREWS, UNITED KINGDOM - JUNE 23: Kate Middleton leaves Younger Hall after her graduation ceremony, June 23, 2005 in St Andrews, Scotland. The Prince, who earned a 2:1 class Ma in Geography, will lose the special protection set up to prevent the media from trailing him while he was in full-time education. William will be conducting his first solo official engagements in New Zealand over the next few months which will include ceremonies marking the anniversary of the end of World War II. (Photo by Bruno Vincent/Getty Images)
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Prince William Graduates From St Andrews ST ANDREWS, UNITED KINGDOM - JUNE 23: Kate Middleton leaves Younger Hall after her graduation ceremony, June 23, 2005 in St Andrews, Scotland. The Prince, who earned a 2:1 class Ma in Geography, will lose the special protection set up to prevent the media from trailing him while he was in full-time education. William will be conducting his first solo official engagements in New Zealand over the next few months which will include ceremonies marking the anniversary of the end of World War II. (Photo by Bruno Vincent/Getty Images) Bruno Vincent EOS1DMkII-207135 education royalty royals diana 53053338© licensor | Bruno Vincent
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