Kate Middleton has a three-inch scar on her head and nobody really knows how she got it
The Buckingham Palace released statement, saying that the scar was "related to a childhood operation"
Kate Middleton is pretty much always under public scrutiny and many fans have noticed that the 36-year-old Duchess of Cambridge has a three-inch scar on the left part of her forehead.
This scar has often been mistaken for hair extensions and was first spotted a couple of years ago. At the time, Buckimgham Palace released a statement which read, "The scar is related to a childhood operation". However, they did not comment on the kind of operation it was since it was a private matter.
As reported by the DailyMail, royal sources shared that it had been a "very serious operation". A consultant surgeon at the Lister hospital in London John Scurr explained that the scar was unlikely to have come from a tumor. "I really doubt it was any serious medical condition and I would say it is as a result of an arteriovenous malformation – a birthmark – being removed. It is remarkable, given the measurement, that no-one has noticed before".
The details of the operation are not known. Kate Middleton has been seen styling her hair in such a way that the scar always remains cleverly hidden. Kate's husband Prince William also has a scar on his head which he refers to as his "Harry Potter" scar. It is reported that he got his scar as a result of being hit with a golf club when he was around 13-years-old.