The Duchess of Cambridge was
pictured wearing a plaster this week which has sparked a debate amongst royal
Fans of the family often ask
why Kate is pictured so regularly wearing plasters. Fabric coverings are often
used by the Duchess and seeing her latest one on a walk this week, watchers are
wondering whether she is accident prone.
While attending the Jubilee in
the Castle in Cardiff with Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge and their two
children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, she was seen with a new plaster
on her right thumb while greeting guests.
She was her usual polite and
happy self, happy to shake hands with fans and engage in royal business as
usual, reports the Bristol Post.
She was wearing a long red
coat and seemed to be in good health after the euphoria of the Platinum Jubilee
weekend. She left royal fans again wondering about another in a long line of
plasters – and she has never put forward an explanation.
The pink-coloured plasters are
frequently on show, leaving everyone guessing as she waves to the public and
holds hands with her family.
Speculation has mounted as to
why Kate often has a plaster – but is well known that she is a keen cook – and
also grow her own vegetables. She’s also the mum of three young children – and
as every parent knows it’s not just the children who get injured in the rough
In 2019 it was noticed the
Duchess was wearing another as she appeared at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. She
was spotted in November 2018 when she was seen with a small circular patch on