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Why does Kate Middleton wear so many plasters? Duchess spotted with ANOTHER on her hand in Bradford yesterday

Kate Middleton is rarely seen without her glossy loose curls, nude pump heels and colour co-ordinated clutch bag. And there's another accessory the Duchess of Cambridge, 38, often wears to her Royal events - a skin-coloured plaster.

Kate stepped out for her first engagement of 2020 with Prince William yesterday in Bradford, and was seen wearing a plaster on her thumb. This is far from the first time Kate has been papped sporting with the medical aid. The Royal seems to be constantly nicking her hands and is often seen with a tell-tale sticker on her elegant fingers. Here we look back at all the other times she's been snapped with a plaster in place...


Last year, the mum-of-three was pictured with a plaster on her right thumb when she appeared in camel-coloured culottes and a cream shirt at Chelsea Flower Show. She was showing off her rustic Back To Nature garden - which features a campfire, swing seat and tree house - which she later presented to the Queen in a £2,500 Erdem dress. Did the green-fingered Duchess have an accident with her shears?


Kate had also injured herself when she was pictured at Sandringham on Christmas Day four years ago, sporting a plaster on her thumb. The royals notoriously unwrap their presents the night before, so perhaps she got a pesky paper cut when opening her gag gift.

Pictured a month earlier, Kate was wearing a bigger plaster - this time across the back of her hand. Kate, who is passionate about her charity work, was leaving the Nelson Trust Women's Centre.

Kate is a passionate campaigner for teen mental health and was in Luton learning about support for young people when this snap was taken in August 2016. The plaster on her thumb was clear to see when she gave the paps a Royal wave.


Kate wore a gorgeous turquoise dress by one of her favourite designers, Jenny Packham, as she joined Prince William at the Tusk Convention Awards in London back in November 2018. The savvy duchess had recycled the gown from an event six years earlier. But we couldn't help being drawn to the small circular plaster on her middle finger.

Catherine had yet another thumb cut when she chatted with Dame Helen Mirren and Sir David Attenborough at a Buckingham Palace event in February 2014. She laughed away as she chatted to the Queen's guests, so clearly it wasn't causing her too much bother.

Kate was visiting The Fostering Network to celebrate the work of young foster carers when she was snapped in January 2016. And her third finger was wrapped in a band aid, as our friends across the Pond would say.

Whatever caused this cut, it was clearly a deep one, as it was still lingering when Kate visited the Kensington Leisure Centre three days later. Luckily there was no lasting damage to her immaculate skin.


Kate was also sporting a plaster on her index finger when she was pictured after a service at the RAF church St Clement Danes in February 2016. This time she wore a subtle clear cover-up.


This snap was taken even earlier, in August 2005. Kate had yet to marry into the Royal Family, hence the casual jeans, when she was pictured with a plaster on her thumb at the Gatcombe Park Festival. She was, however, already dating her Prince Charming.