Meghan's fight against fraudsters who claim to have used diet pills to lose baby weight & # 39; | DISCOUNT CODE !

Meghan Markle has been used by fraudsters for weight loss products online.

The pictures and fake quotes from the Duchess of Sussex are used in online advertisements to sell potentially dangerous weight loss pills.

Fictitious online campaigns use images of Meghan before and after the birth of the Archie baby, and are considered "Keto Weight Loss" pills.

An ad claims that the pills helped the duchess lose weight and even says that she is "obsessed with her weight".


The Duchess of Sussex has not publicly addressed the subject of weight loss over the years. (Credit: SplashNews.com)

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While another advertisement, on the website "First Level Fitness", uses this false quote: "After pregnancy, my body had lost its shape.But, with the keto body tone, I came back."

And a second website has been discovered, which uses other false quotes.

This is obviously false and constitutes an illegal use of the name of the Duchess.

The site states that Meghan stated the following to this publication: "All my life, I have had the passion to take care of my weight because of the pressures exerted by Hollywood to stay young and look healthy.


The palace apparently would work to remove these ads (Credit: Splashnews.com)

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"In the last 10 years, I've traveled the world in search of organic ingredients and weight loss remedies.

"The highlight is the launch of my all-female weight loss line, which combines the richest and most sought-after ingredients in the world at affordable, everyday prices."

And surprisingly, the false infomercial alludes to Markle's alleged split with the royal family.

According to the Sunday Mirror, the palace is working to remove these ads.

A source told the newspaper, "This is obviously not true and constitutes an illegal use of the Duchess's name for advertising purposes, and we will follow our usual course of action."


A source in the palace says it is legally dealing with fake advertorials. (Credit: SplashNews.com)

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Of course, Markle has not mentioned his weight or weight loss since the beginning of his relationship with Harry in July 2016.

Previously, she had been promoting a healthy diet and exercise on her lifestyle blog, The Tig, now gone.

Entertainment Daily solicited comments from representatives of the Duchess of Sussex.

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Meghan's fight against fraudsters who claim to have used diet pills to lose baby weight & # 39; | DISCOUNT CODE !
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