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Nose Jobs, Botox & More! Royal Family Plastic Surgery Secrets

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Apr. 7 2016, Published 10:14 a.m. ET

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Everyone wants to look like royalty, but even duchesses and princesses need help looking picture perfect! From Kate Middleton to Princess Charlene, find out who has been accused of going under the knife.

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Kate Middleton Skiing In Klosters

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Kate Middleton is a natural beauty, but she may have received a little help!

The Duchess Of Cambridge Attends Place2Be Headteacher Conference

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"The Duchess of Cambridge has had two rhinoplasty surgeries," a source told OK! Magazine. "The first was a graduation present to herself in 2005." The royal allegedly had a second surgery to make "adjustments" to her first nose job.

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Our Greatest Team Rises – BOA Olympic Concert

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But that's not all! A source also told OK! how the mother-of-two underwent a breast lift.

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The Duchess Of Cambridge Visits Edinburgh

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The insider claimed the procedure occurred after the birth of Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

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Celebrities Attend Global Champion Tour in Monaco

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Princess Charlene sparked plastic surgery rumors when she stepped out in 2012 looking drastically different.

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Although the royal never owned up to getting enhancements, many thought she did. "A lot of people are hoping she will just stop the plastic surgery now she is finally pregnant," a source told The Daily Beast in 2014.

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Celebrities Attend 2016 Magic Millions Raceday

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Mike Tindall, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II's granddaughter Zara Phillips, admitted he was going to get a rhinoplasty to fix his nose, which was broken eight times during his career as a rugby player. "I don't really want to get it fixed but it looks like I might have to because I can't actually breathe very well," he told the Daily Mirror.

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Sarah Ferguson reportedly turned to celebrity dermatologist "Dr. Lookgood" to look years younger for her daughter Princess Beatrice's 18th birthday in 2006.

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2007 Cipriani Wall Street Concert Series – Red Carpet Arrivals

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"The Duchess has told people she is a patient of mine but I cannot discuss her treatment," he told the Daily Mail. "All I will say is that we make women and men look better by using non-surgical procedures including Botox, collagen, silicone and lasers."

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The Countess Of Wessex Attends A Reception At Remus Memorial Horse Sanctuary

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Queen Elizabeth's daughter-in-law Sophie, Countess of Wessex looked free of wrinkles while celebrating her 50th birthday.

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Harper’s Bazaar Women Of The Year Awards 2015 – Inside

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But the royal didn't get plastic surgery despite the rumors, as skin expert Samantha Gilbert told Daily Mail that she achieved her look with a "good skincare routine" and "healthy living."

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Royal Wedding – Wedding Guests And Party Make Their Way To Westminster Abbey

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Pippa Middleton stole her sister's spotlight at her 2012 wedding to Prince William when she showed off her butt in a curve-hugging white gown. "Of course she had a false bottom. It was an optical illusion," etiquette expert Stephane Bern said. "You take her away from that and she has a normal buttocks."

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