Kate Middleton is allegedly suffering from an eating disorder. The National Enquirer claimed that the Duchess of Cambridge is getting therapy for bulimia.
A source said: "She was in denial, insisting she wasn't forcing herself to throw up, but everything changed after 'a knock-down, drag-out fight' with [Prince] William."
"[Prince] George wandered into the kitchen and caught Kate in tears. 'What's wrong, Mommy?' he asked, 'You got a boo-boo?', and right then Middleton realized she couldn't go on the way she was. This is a total turnaround for Kate," the insider added.
Prince William reportedly asked Kate to undergo treatments. The source continued: "William has repeatedly urged his wife to check into a treatment center and get life-saving help. The sad fact is Kate's obsession is out of control. Instead of a body to die for, she's ended up with a condition that can be fatal!"
Queen Elizabeth is also tensed about Kate's health issue. The insider said: "Queen Elizabeth fears for the 35-year-old beauty's survival and noted Kate's weight has continued to plummet. Kate's skeletal appearance has triggered gut-wrenching memories of the mother-in-law she never knew - the late Princess Diana who also suffered from bulimia in secret."
Princess Diana had described how her eating disorder began in secret tapes which were recorded in 1991, and were later used by Andrew Morton to write the book Diana: Her true story. In the audio clips of these tapes, which were obtained by NBC, the princess said: "Bulimia started the week after we got engaged. My husband put his hand on my waistline and said: 'Oh, a bit chubby here, aren't we?' And that triggered off something in me."