Kate Middleton is not getting therapy for bulimia because the British royal does not suffer from the eating disorder, despite a slew of made-up reports. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this falsehood, which was published by a supermarket tabloid. We're told the latest claim is also untrue.
The National Enquirer is seemingly trying to back away from a completely inaccurate cover story it published in January. At the time, Gossip Cop shot down the tabloid's report, which alleged Middleton is in a "secret bulimia battle." The magazine's supposed proof was that Middleton had been photographed on a few occasions with Band-Aids. And to back up its claim, the outlet quoted a doctor, who has never treated Middleton, as saying the "cuts" were from her "inducing vomiting" by putting her fingers and hands down her mouth.
Since the Duchess of Cambridge hasn't been pictured recently with bandages, and Gossip Cop already debunked the fake news story, the tabloid suddenly contends Middleton has "gone into therapy for her eating disorder." A so-called "royal insider" is quoted as saying, "She was in denial, insisting she wasn't forcing herself to throw up," but everything changed after "a knock-down, drag-out fight with [Prince] William." The same seemingly concocted "source," who must have been hiding in a cupboard, allegedly tells the tabloid, "[Prince] George wandered into the kitchen and caught Kate in tears. 'What's wrong, Mommy?' he asked. 'You got a boo-boo?'," and right then Middleton realized she "couldn't go on the way she was." "This is a total turnaround for Kate," adds the highly suspect "insider."
But the truth is only the Enquirer has done a "turnaround" after Gossip Cop busted its untrue report about Middleton suffering from bulimia. The Duchess of Cambridge has always been thin, and the cuts on the hands of the mother of two have nothing to do with any eating disorder. The magazine's new "turnaround" tale is simply a way for it to distance itself from its previous inaccurate cover story.
The publication has been obsessed with Middleton's weight for years. Sadly, however, it has used her thin frame as an excuse to print a series of inaccurate articles about her. In the past, as examples, Gossip Cop busted the tabloid when it wrongly claimed Middleton was anorexic. We also shot down the magazine's reports about Middleton "starving herself to death." Much like those provably false stories about the Duchess of Cambridge, Gossip Cop has been assured once again that the made-up assertions about Middleton being bulimic and now undergoing "therapy" are similarly untrue.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.