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Princess Kate Hair Extensions Or A Scar?



Princess Kate (formerly Kate Middleton), certainly looked stunning on Wednesday night at her first solo Royal engagement. But it’s not her beautiful face or figure making the headlines. It’s not even the gorgeous dress she was wearing. No, the talk is all about the thin pale line on the left side of her scalp. Is it a scar or has Princess Kate had hair extensions?

Princess Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, wore her hair in an elegant updo for the occasion but the cameras caught a distinct white mark just inside her hairline.

A St. James’ Palace spokesman was quick to confirm that this is a scar from a “very serious operation” the Duchess of Cambridge had as a child. However, he would not reveal what the surgery was for and a search of Kate Middleton’s life online has so far not yielded any possible explanation for the visible three inch scar on the left side of her temple> It could clearly be seen through Kate’s brunette hair.

She often wears her hair in a pretty up-do for formal events, so why have we not noticed this before, you might ask? An alterative explanation being offered up by hair experts is that what we can see is a weft hair extension which was placed too close to the hair line.

But why would Princess Kate, known for her long flowing locks have hair extensions? They are a popular way to add volume, beauty experts say.

Either way, Kate looked amazing in her Amanda Wakely gown when she joined guests at the Clarence house for the In Kind Direct charity, replacing Prince Charles who had to visit Riyadh to present condolences to the Saudi Royal Family following the death of the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia.

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