Kate Middleton’s start and end of the decade look projection has been released.

One netizen shared photos of the Duchess of Cambridge start and end of the decade look projection on Twitter. In the first snap, Middleton looks so young and fresh. In the second picture, Prince William’s wife looks older and her wrinkles are more visible.

The projection received mixed reactions from royal followers who are active on Twitter.  

“Pic 2 seems photoshopped,” one commented.

“It does... seems highly photoshoped... Kate has had Botox  & fillers, plus she has grown thicker brows and wears stronger makeup...” another social media user answered.

Meanwhile, a different netizen said that “someone’s gonna be in trouble” for editing the duchess’ photos and added a laughing emoji. Another user wrote that she thought the second photo was real.

A few months back, Dr. Munic Somji of Dr. Medi Spa Clinic in the London cosmetic surgery capital of Harley street shared before and after photos of Middleton on Instagram. In the caption he wrote, “Our Kate loves a bit of baby Botox.”

Just like the post on Twitter, it featured two pictures of Middleton. In one snap, the lines on Middleton’s forehead are very visible. In the second photo, the royal mother of three appears radiant, younger and unblemished.

Somji went on to explain that baby Botox does not leave one feeling so heavy and it provides a subtle reduction of lines as well as a better eyebrow position. According to him, 90 percent of his patients have baby Botox and they are happy even after 3 to 4 months.

Kensington Palace denied the claim and said that the post was “categorically not true.” The spokesperson added that the royal family never endorse commercial activity.

A number of netizens were not happy that Kensington Palace took time to deny the Botox rumors involving the Duchess of Cambridge. They found it unfair that the palace kept quiet when Meghan Markle was attacked with more serious allegations.

In related news, Middleton looked gorgeous when she and Prince William appeared for a festive TV special on “A Berry Royal Christmas.” The Duchess of Cambridge is set to join Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles for the NATO summit. The Duke of Cambridge will not make it since he is still in Kuwait for an official royal tour. Melania and Donald Trump will also join the royal family at the event.

Kate Middleton Kate Middleton arrives to launch a new national support line at the charity Family Action on Jan. 22, 2019 in Lewisham, England.  Photo: Getty Images/Adrian Dennis