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Kate Middleton's Thin Frame Sparks Off Health Concerns

Prince Wiliam's ex-girlfriend Kate Middleton's curvaceous figure has suddenly gone too thin.

Middleton, who has always been in style for her slender but athletic figure, is donning a rather skinny look these days.

In her recent appearances Kate appeared painfully thin, bony and almost flat chested.

And according to speculations, the 25-year-old's sudden weight loss is due to the strain following her split with the British royal.

However, Kate has refuted these claims, saying that her abrupt weight-loss is because of the training she is doing for a charity boat race across the Channel in August.

Meanwhile reports are rife that William is regretting his decision to call off his relationship with Kate, and is now reportedly begging her to take him back.

A source reveals that the two met during a secret liaison at Clarence House and ever since having a heart-to-heart talk there, William has been doing his best to woo Kate back.

However, so far Middleton has refused to give in to the Royal's pleas, especially after being "seriously hurt" by their split in April this year.

"Wills is very keen, but Kate is unsure. She has been seriously hurt," The Sun quoted the source, as saying.


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