The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton is famous for her sleek figure, but the latest photos are a cause for concern about her health. The lean beauty looks unusually thin and skinny in her latest outing, and the media and Royal fans alike are worried about her.
She accompanied her husband Prince William in their visit to a rehabilitation center in the UK. For this occasion, she chose a navy blazer and skirt outfit, and a pair of black boots. Her styling was on point, as always, and there were hardly any negative comments about it.
What made the fans of the most popular family in Britain is how thin Kate looked. Many commented she is on the verge of being anorexic and that tensions in the family are to blame.
“Harry and Meghan’s leaving of Buckingham Palace left huge consequences on her look,” said the people in the comments. Whatever it may be, we are hoping it is simply the angle of the photos, or her stunning fashion choice, that made her look so unhealthily lean.
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The Duke & Duchess were in Leicestershire with The Duke & Duchess of Cornwall today, visiting the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre (DMRC) Stanford Hall. The DMRC was created by Gerald Grosvenor, 6th Duke of Westminster, who served in the Army Reserve for forty years. Members of the Royal Family, including the Cambridges, attended his funeral in 2016. In 2011, the Duke purchased the estate at Stanford Hall in Nottinghamshire, which he had turned into a DNRC to provide the highest quality support for military casualties. The Centre is a 21st century version of the existing Defence rehab centre, Headley Court in Surrey. It began treating patients in 2018. The DMRC provides world-class rehabilitation facilities including advanced specialist care for amputations, serious or multiple fractures, muscular damage, spinal injuries and more. Prince William is Patron of the DMRC.