Duchess Meghan: Palace Will Take "Action" After Fake Claims About Baby Weight Loss
In April, Duchess Meghan became a mother for the first time. A few weeks after giving birth, the former actress appeared in public again and was in great shape. A company has recently used before-and-after pictures of her to advertise diet pills with a bogus online campaign. Now the palace reacts.
Since the birth of little Archie Mountbatten-Windsor (3 months), Duchess Meghan (38) has repeatedly made exceptions to her maternity leave for some public appearances. Her after-baby body is definitely amazing: Prince Harry's wife also looks great after the birth.
As the British Mirror now reports, some websites net are trying to make a profit with her. Various websites advertise diet pills and are doing so with none other than Duchess Meghan.
Duchess Meghan is said to have taken diet pills after pregnancy
It is claimed that Meghan helped herself with the so-called 'Keto Weightloss Pills' to get rid of her pregnancy pounds. Slogans such as "Our Meghan pills melt fat - without any diet or exercise" and before-and-after pictures of the Duchess are intended to encourage potential customers to buy.
Fake interviews were also published, according to which Duchess Meghan said sentences like: "Post pregnancy my body had lost its shape. But, with 'Keto Body Tone', I came back.
The palace now reacted to these insinuations and announced countermeasures. A royal source told the Sunday Mirror: "This is obviously not true and an illegal use of the Duchess’ name for advertising purposes. We will follow our normal course of action."