Royal fury: Sarah Ferguson’s ‘awful’ facelift clinic causes mayhem with shock Kate claim

According to the Mirror, Fergie often uses the Dr Gabriela clinic, on Harley Street. But the company caused uproar when it used an image of Prince William’s wife Kate in promotional posts sent out on social media site Instagram. Furious sources claimed that Buckingham Palace would be anger at the latest developments.

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The Mirror reports that the image used was taken from 2014.

In the image, Kate is appearing at Wimbledon with little to no make up on.

The company then used a second image to compare in which the Duchess appears sporting a more glamorous look.

The post was captioned: “Imagination of natural look.

Kate Middleton news: Royal Family outraged after Fergie’s facelift clinic makes claim (Image: GETTY)

Fergie often uses the Dr Gabriela clinic, on Harley Street (Image: GETTY)

“We are doing procedures that you look like fresh you.”

Furious royal experts blasted the video.

Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, said: “What is so blatantly awful in using these images is that prospective clients may be inclined to think that Kate has had a laser facelift or other treatment from this company when she most certainly has not.

“This appears to be a very ill-thought-out campaign by one of the many, many skin doctors that set themselves up in Harley Street. This is another episode in the daily life of the Yorks, I’m afraid.”


Fergie caused uproar this week after admitting to using services at the London-based clinic (Image: GETTY)

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Dickie Arbiter, the Queen’s communications secretary for 12 years, added: “This is just another embarrassing example of Sarah Ferguson’s association with the royal family. Her questionable ­activities are largely ignored.

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“But questions do remain over whether she is using her royal connections to profit either financially or indeed through getting free treatment at such an establishment.

“She is not a member of the Royal Family, she ceased to be that in 1996, and since then she has been using all sorts of ways to make money.”

Fergie caused uproar this week after admitting to using services at the London-based clinic.


Fergie with ex-husband Prince Andrew (Image: GETTY)

A spokesman for Fergie, who also works for the clinic, said Fergie and Dr Gabriela were “firm friends”.

He added: “There was no intention to cause any offence and the post including images of the Duchess of Cambridge will be removed from our Instagram page.”

Kensington Palace did not comment, according to the Mirror.

Previously, Fergie has told how she arrived into her plastic surgeon’s practice “like a hurricane” before undergoing a laser facelift.

The Royal Family tree (Image: GETTY)

The royal mum-of-two gave a rare insight into her experience at her friend’s Harley Street surgery where she has received botox, organic fillers and vitamin injections among other treatments.

The Duchess of York’s youthful glow has been noticed by fans when she steps out for charity events or to socialise with her daughters Princess Beatrice, 31, and Princess Eugenie, 29.

Fergie decided to mark her 60th birthday by going pubic with the list of treatments she has relied on to keep the wrinkles at bay including a laser facelift.


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