Have you ever wondered the secret behind Kate Middleton‘s seemingly permanent and perfect glowing complexion?
Well wonder no more, as Kate’s actual beauty expert recently appeared on ITV’s This Morning and revealed all.
Speaking to Ruth and Eamonn, Deborah Mitchell shocked viewers by announcing that she often uses a Nutella face mask on her clients (which include K-Middy and Gwyneth Paltrow).
Although Deborah didn’t outright reveal that she has used the treatment (if you can call that) on Kate, she did confess to using the treatment on one client with ‘really good skin’.
‘Now I’ve actually used this at home, and I’ve actually used this on some of my clients – not naming any names!’ She teased.
However, the show’s segment didn’t go down so well with their at home audience.
Many disgruntled viewers even took to Twitter to air their grievances over the fact Deborah was promoting Nutella as a beauty product despite the fact it contains Palm Oil, an ingredient other beauty experts have previously claimed is linked to cancer (although this hasn’t actually been proven).
A Nutella face mask wasn’t the only controversial beauty treatment that Deborah promoted. The owner of Heaven Skincare also recommended wearing a sock containing a mixture of mashed banana and avocado.
Whilst we love the idea of Kate and Queen Liz spending their Friday nights in wearing Nutella face masks and banana socks in front of the telly, unfortunately we just can’t see this happening.