Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales, is renowned in the royal world for her sophistication and elegance.
Her iconic style is emulated by women around the world who look to her outfits for inspiration. However, it is not only her taste in clothes that attracts attention, but also her beauty.
Over the years, Kate’s face has undergone significant changes and it is rumoured that she has resorted to cosmetic surgery to improve her appearance, as she is one of the most photographed women in the world.
Kate Middleton plastic surgery
Over the years, Kate Middleton has changed her style of dress and started visiting Dr Gabriel’s clinic in central London. She has undergone several cosmetic procedures there to improve the appearance of her skin.
Although Kate has never publicly confirmed that she has had cosmetic surgery, the clinic has used photographs of the Princess to promote itself.
The clinic has shared images showing Kate with natural wrinkles in her eyes and cheeks, and then with a smoother, tighter appearance to her skin.
Her eyebrows also appear to be lifted, although this could be the result of make-up techniques rather than surgery.
Other European media have also reported that the future Queen has undergone various cosmetic procedures to enhance her features, with a nose job being one of the most obvious.
Leaked photographs from her youth reveal what her nose looked like before she became engaged to Prince William.
In fact, a US study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association concluded that Kate Middleton has the most perfect nose in the world, thanks to a successful rhinoplasty.
In addition to the rhinoplasty, less invasive cosmetic procedures were carried out to improve the appearance of her skin, such as the use of Botox in some areas of her face.
Her face looks more textured, suggesting the use of hyaluronic acid to define certain areas and reduce fine lines.
Some experts have also suggested that Kate Middleton has had lip fillers, although this change is so subtle that it has gone unnoticed by many.