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« Reply #1830 on: January 17, 2018, 07:04:16 PM »

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« Reply #1832 on: February 02, 2018, 01:02:23 PM »

I'm going to give her a pass on this one.   She's done well over the last four days and we've seen lots of her genuine smiles, which are lovely.  Screen caps can be cruel.
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« Reply #1833 on: February 13, 2018, 07:44:49 PM »




Zoom in here, and you see that the thumb nail left has a massive damage (rib crosswise).
Maybe that's one reason for the way she usually grabs her clutch, with the thumbs in the back and all eight other fingers in front: to hide the thumbs.

Could be artificial nails disaster, but who knows? Malnourishment can also cause nail damage like ribs (crosswise or along) or white spots, or part of the nail peeling.

Her dieting is the reason.
I wonder if her thyroid works properly...
Saw on YouTube that us, peasants wear nail polish, but princesses, no no no!
The list of Don'ts at the Windsors are unbereable.

Honestly I prefer, a well done manicure and dark or light nail polish, that nothing.

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« Reply #1834 on: February 13, 2018, 08:10:01 PM »

Was she pregnant at the time? Because that can do weird things to your hair and nails.
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« Reply #1835 on: February 14, 2018, 01:22:31 AM »

They can wear polish, just supposedly no bright colors.

I don't think she was pregnant at the time, wasn't this from Easter?
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« Reply #1836 on: February 14, 2018, 03:35:16 AM »




Zoom in here, and you see that the thumb nail left has a massive damage (rib crosswise).
Maybe that's one reason for the way she usually grabs her clutch, with the thumbs in the back and all eight other fingers in front: to hide the thumbs.

Could be artificial nails disaster, but who knows? Malnourishment can also cause nail damage like ribs (crosswise or along) or white spots, or part of the nail peeling.

Her dieting is the reason.
I wonder if her thyroid works properly...
Saw on YouTube that us, peasants wear nail polish, but princesses, no no no!
The list of Don'ts at the Windsors are unbereable.

Honestly I prefer, a well done manicure and dark or light nail polish, that nothing.


My mom has these weird deep nail ridges on her thumb nails also, a bunch of them. Super odd. She's in her 60's and plump so it's not malnourishment or pregnancy for her.

Now I'm dying of curiosity! What causes that???

ETA: I googled it, it's totally a sign of illness or malnourishment. Who knew!?!? Geez mom, what the heck! i had them across all my nails after a surgery last april-it's sort of crazy how your body can sap resources from one area to direct to another needier one!
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« Reply #1837 on: February 14, 2018, 01:52:47 PM »




Zoom in here, and you see that the thumb nail left has a massive damage (rib crosswise).
Maybe that's one reason for the way she usually grabs her clutch, with the thumbs in the back and all eight other fingers in front: to hide the thumbs.

Could be artificial nails disaster, but who knows? Malnourishment can also cause nail damage like ribs (crosswise or along) or white spots, or part of the nail peeling.

Her dieting is the reason.
I wonder if her thyroid works properly...
Saw on YouTube that us, peasants wear nail polish, but princesses, no no no!
The list of Don'ts at the Windsors are unbereable.

Honestly I prefer, a well done manicure and dark or light nail polish, that nothing.


My mom has these weird deep nail ridges on her thumb nails also, a bunch of them. Super odd. She's in her 60's and plump so it's not malnourishment or pregnancy for her.

Now I'm dying of curiosity! What causes that???

ETA: I googled it, it's totally a sign of illness or malnourishment. Who knew!?!? Geez mom, what the heck! i had them across all my nails after a surgery last april-it's sort of crazy how your body can sap resources from one area to direct to another needier one!


Someone can eat like a horse, but still be malnourished, if they don't get all the vitamins etc etc they should be getting (eg eating only junkfood) or as you say in times of illness the body using up (& redirecting) reserves and incoming vitamins etc.. Not saying your mum falls into the junkfood category, I have no idea what her life is like obviously, just adding a bit on and waffling.. Anyway, best wishes & good health to you & your mum!

Kate as often seen is quite skeletal, which has me wondering because she has a chef and personal trainer and I wonder why she doesn't have a better and more balanced diet but instead chooses to starve herself. Her sister is a fitness nut (like Kate is said to be), but seems more balanced in that regard as she never appears to be skeletal or malnourished or underweight like Kate..  Sad
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« Reply #1838 on: February 14, 2018, 10:38:45 PM »

Unless the ridging/furrow appears on all the nails, I should say there's been an injury to the nail-bed some months before that photo was taken.

The Duchess has been photographed with plasters at various times -  https://www.mirror.co.uk/...-plasters-duchess-9521028
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