SHE doesn’t step out of line when it comes to her royal wardrobe.
But there’s one accessory that Kate Middleton has become known for during her time in the royal family — and that’s a flesh-colored band-aid.
Last week, the mother-of-three visited Cardiff with Prince William, Prince George and Princess Charlotte as part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
While taking a tour of the city, Kate was pictured with a band-aid on her right thumb.
But according to Bristol Live, the mum was still able to shake hands with fans who had waited hours to meet the Cambridge family.
However, this isn’t the first time the Duchess has been spotted with band-aids on her hands.
On Christmas Day 2016, the mother was photographed holding Charlotte’s hand as they left a church service, with a band-aid covering a cut on her hand.
A month earlier, the Duchess was pictured covering another abrasion on her finger.
Kate is a passionate teenage mental health campaigner and was in Luton to find out about support for young people when this snap was taken in August 2016.
The plaster on her thumb was clearly visible as she gave the paps a royal wave.
In 2019, the mother-of-three was pictured with a band-aid on her right thumb as she appeared at the Chelsea Flower Show in camel trousers and a cream shirt.
As an avid gardener, it’s possible Kate accidentally cuts her fingers while tending to her flowers.
But we are sure that all mothers will agree that their very small injuries could have resulted from the rough and turbulent everyday life with three children.
Either way, Buckingham Palace has previously said, “We have no comment on the plaster.”
https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/5539768/kate-middleton-plaster-duchess-hands-concern/ Kate Middleton is sparking concern after spotting band-aids on the Duchess’ hands and it’s not the first time she’s worn them