Magazine facing boycott over Kate`s `weight-loss` feature
London: OK! Magazine is in hot water after it did a feature on the Duchess of Cambridge`s `weight loss.`
Just hours after Kate showed her post-pregnancy bump, the magazine hit the shelves with an exclusive `Duchess diet`, and revealing how `her stomach is going to shrink straight back`, the Mirror reported.
Former Blue Peter presenter Katy Hill is the one leading angered mothers, who are threatening to boycott the magazine for a `vile` front cover about the 31-year-old royal`s post-baby weight loss.
Hill tweeted an image of herself from two months after she gave birth.
The caption asked mums that if the OK Magazine #Kate cover made them feel bad, here`s her photo two months post baby, asserting that they made a human.
The magazine`s cover boasted about having spoken to her trainer about the Duchess`s weight loss regime; it also promised to reveal the details of her `diet and shape-up plan`.
The magazine bosses were quick to issue an apology amid the furious backlash and issued a statement saying that Kate is one of the great beauties of our age and OK! readers love her.
The statement said that they also were moved by her radiance as she and William introduced the newborn prince to the world.
The bossed said that they would not dream of being critical of Kate`s appearance and if that was misunderstood because of our cover it was not intended.
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