This is the reason behind the chocolate in Kate Middleton’s face

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    Kate Middleton is one of the most talked about women in the world, with the dresses she wears on sale in minutes, and the fashion brand’s websites that sell them crashing for the Kate Middleton effect.

    From her favorite fashion brands and her beauty preferences to her sweet moments of coupleing with Prince William and the busy life of being a practical mother of three children, the Duchess of Cambridge never fails to make viral news.

    This week, the internet was consumed by an old story – Kate’s facial scar and where she got it.

    For those who haven’t noticed, the 39-year-old has a thin 3-inch-long scar on his left temple, just above his hairline.

    But where was the duchess’s scar? Well, the palace unraveled this, forcing it to address rumors surrounding the scar in 2011 after critics suggested it could be evidence of wig extensions.

    Instead, the Duchess has had her chocolate since her childhood.

    “The scar is related to a childhood operation,” a spokesman for the palace said IS! News in 2011.

    It is not known what the procedure was about, but it does not seem to be linked to anything about what the real has always dealt with.

    Well that’s it.

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