Kate Middleton may -- or may not -- use Nutella as a face mask


Another day, another random rumor about our favorite royals. Today, word on the street is that Duchess Kate Middleton loves Nutella -- but not necessarily to eat.

According to The Sun, royal beauty guru Deborah Mitchell appeared on ITV's "This Morning"discussing the Nutella hack and revealed, "Now I've actually used this at home, and I've actually used this on some of my clients – not naming any names!"

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She went on to say that the client in question has "really good skin" -- so naturally, everyone is assuming that she was referring to Kate. To be fair, the woman does glow.

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Don't be so quick to stock your beauty collection with the spread, though. Gary Goldenberg, M.D., medical director of the Dermatology Faculty Practice at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai told Women's Health that he has some concerns about the practice.

"Although hazelnut is a good source of vitamin E and antioxidants, I wouldn't recommend Nutella as a way to slop it on to your skin," he advised. Apparently, it could clog more than it could clear. No thanks!

Until we hear the questionable skin advice from the duchess herself, we're remaining skeptical -- and even then, we'd rather stick to indulging in Nutella on bread (and spoons!).