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Royal beauty guru shares bizarre tips on This Morning

Prima logo Prima 17/02/2017 Francesca Rice
Royal beauty guru shares bizarre tips on This Morning © Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock / Rex Royal beauty guru shares bizarre tips on This Morning

Viewers were left feeling a little bit bewildered after a beauty expert shared bizarre hacks 'fit for a Princess' on This Morning, including a face mask made from... Nutella!

Chatting to hosts Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes, Deborah Mitchell – who was dubbed a beauty guru to the Royals – claimed that members of the monarchy enjoyed chocolate spread facials to get glowing skin. 

The treatment, Deborah suggested, helps skin feel soft and radiant, which she demonstrated by painting chocolate hazelnut spread, aka Nutella, onto a model's face.

Deborah hinted that a Royal could have tried this special facial saying: 'Now I've actually used this at home, and I've actually used this on some of my clients – not naming any names!'

Ruth then teasingly added that, while they couldn't reveal the exact identity of the person Deborah was referring to, they had 'really good skin'.

Hmm, we're not totally convinced that the Duchess of Cambridge et al would be all that into this to be honest!

And neither it seems were viewers, who began tweeting with gusto at the suggestion:

The same model was later asked to wear a sock filled with mashed banana and avocado to tackle cracked heels in a segment that worked all manner of food groups into natural beauty tips.

So there you have it, you've probably skincare fit for royalty sitting in your kitchen cupboards.

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