Thursday, May 23, 2019

Why does Kate Middleton wear so many plasters?

Kate Middleton is rarely seen without her glossy loose curls, nude pump heels and colour co-ordinated clutch bag.

And there's another accessory the Duchess of Cambridge, 37, often wears to her Royal events - a skin-coloured plaster.

The Royal seems to be constantly nicking her hands and is often seen with a tell-tale plaster on her elegant fingers.

Earlier this week, the mum-of-three was pictured with a plaster on her right thumb when she appeared in camel-coloured culottes and a cream shirt at Chelsea Flower Show.

She was showing off her rustic Back To Nature garden - which features a campfire, swing seat and tree house - which she later presented to the Queen in a £2,500 Erdem dress.

Did the green-fingered Duchess have an accident with her shears? This is far from the first time Kate has been papped sporting a plaster - as these pics reveal.

So why all the cuts?

Has she been nicking herself cooking, are the kids accidentally scratching her or do the Cambridges have a secret cat we don't know about?

The answer, we're afraid, is nobody really knows.

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