The Duchess of Cambridge is perfect. We have all accepted this to be true, right?
Be even perfect people can suffer issues now and then. But what separates the Catherines of the world from the rest of us, is that they can still handle the issues. Just look at how flawlessly the Duchess avoided an upskirt moment today in London. That takes skills.
Catherine was all smiles as she arrived at the Place2B’s Resilience and Emotional Strength in Schools Forum. And obviously she looked like the picture of well dressed royalty. Read More »
So we all know as a celebrity or even just someone in the public eye, you’re not supposed to be seen in the same outfit twice.
Well, Duchess Catherine doesn’t care about that…she is royalty so I guess that’s the exception.
Middleton and Prince William visited a local charity, Only Connect. She wore a brown patterned Orla Kiely dress complimented with brown suede ankle boots and a black clutch. Kate wore the exact same outfit back in February of last year on a visit to a school art class.
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If you haven’t already programed your DVRs to record the 50th anniversary episode of Doctor Who premiering this Saturday, then go do it now! And if you’ve haven’t watched Doctor Who before, stop what you’re doing, hop on Netflix and go to town.
Several cast members from the hit British sci-fi show paid a special visit to Buckingham palace today, where they got to hang out with Sophie, Countess of Wessex.
Being a fan of Doctor Who herself, Sophie clearly pulled out all the stops for the event. Read More »
Grab your coat! The prince has arrived and he’s taking us to the South Pole.
Prince Harry that is. The prince and a group of wounded service members launched a charity expedition to the South Pole on Thursday. I guess they wanted to avoid running into Santa.
Prince Harry will join one of 3 teams leaving this weekend for a 200-mile race across the Antartic Plateau. Don’t forget your coat Harry! Well, maybe multiple coats.
The race is to raise awareness of Walking with the Wounded, an organization to help people injured in the military service. Clever name! Almost all of the prince’s American and British teammates are military veterans who were injured in combat, each team will also include a celebrity.
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Former soccer stud David Beckham has reportedly been nominated to join the prestigious ranks of the knights of the realm.
According to reports, Beckham could add the coveted honorific “Sir”, to his name as early as New Year’s Eve, or during the annual ceremony affirming new knights at Buckingham Palace, which would then add the title of “Lady” before his wife, Victoria Beckham‘s name.
According to a source, His Majesty’s Revenue and Customs specifically look at the higher honors, especially high earners like sports persons, to see if there is something that they want to double check. I am so ready for Sir David! Read More »
The royal couple joined poppy sellers at High Street Kensington, around the corner from their palace residence, this morning. Kate Middleton and Prince William travelled to the station on a 1960s Routemaster where they met military personnel and volunteers supporting London Poppy Day.
Poppy Day, or Remembrance Day, is designed to commemorate soldiers who died in World War I (red poppies became a symbol for honoring the fallen troops). Read More »
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth visited East Sussex today with her husband, the Duke of Ediburgh. The royal couple undertook engagements in Lewes, Brighton and South Downs, unveiling plaques and greeting residents.
One girl’s dramatic curtsy earned her some street cred. Abigail Venter, 4, paired her flower-gifting with a traditional greeting, making sure she wore her pinkest dress for the occasion.
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Crown Princess Mary of Denmark returned to her home country of Australia this past week, visiting residents of Blue Mountains, which was struck by brush fires.
The Tasmania native was joined by her husband, Crown Prince Frederik, who met his bride at a Sydney bar during the 2000 Summer Olympics.
“It’s been wonderful to meet someone like that even in such terrible circumstances,” on local told the Sydney Morning Herald.
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