A friend of Kate Middleton is setting the record straight about claims the Duchess of Cambridge is alright with being a "role model" for anorexia. It's no secret that since William and Kate married in April, the newest member of the British Royal family is suspected to have an eating disorder due to her whittling waistline.
"Kate is very slender but she certainly doesn't have an eating disorder," a friend of Kate Middleton told the Herald Sun.
In spite of the fact the Duchess has been an inspiration of sorts for women turning to anorexia or other extreme forms of eating disorders, her friend says Kate would be "horrified" at being a role model for such an unhealthy cause.
"She'll be horrified that she is on these sites," her friend says. "Yes, she has lost weight but that's largely down to the stress she has been under and all the traveling she has done recently."
William and Kate have had a tremendous amount of pressure put on them since getting married. Kate knew when she married the future King of England that she would be in a harsh spotlight. The stress of traveling and handling so much criticism from the media is enough to kill an appetite.
William and Kate promote a healthy lifestyle when their actions are reflected upon. There's no way the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge would be alright with condoning anything, especially anorexia.