Day: March 9, 2017

Latest News Update about Princess Charlotte from Catherine Duchess of Cambridge “Charlotte in charge!”

Latest News Update about Princess Charlotte from Catherine Duchess of Cambridge “Charlotte in charge!”

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Charlotte in charge! Catherine Duchess of Cambridge had a special “mummy chat” with a fellow parent as she and Prince William helped Queen Elizabeth unveil a special war memorial on Thursday. And she revealed some fun details about Prince George and Princess Charlotte! Kate spent some time with the wife of a Royal Marine commando, swapping notes about their young daughters. “She said that Charlotte is growing up really fast. She is the one in charge,” Samantha Burge, wife of Warrant Officer Class 2 Chris Burge, told reporters. “We have both got 2-year-olds and they are ruling the roost. It was a bit of a mummy chat,” said Samantha, who is mom to daughters Isabella, 4, and Amelia, 22 months — similar in age to George and Charlotte. “[She said] they are both becoming really good frien
What Does Queen Elizabeth II Is Not Like About Kate Middleton?

What Does Queen Elizabeth II Is Not Like About Kate Middleton?

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Tread lightly in those wedges, Kate Middleton. The Duchess of Cambridge's style rarely goes unnoticed—ever heard of the Kate effect? But as of late, one of her staple fashion fixtures has gone missing: Her wedges.The once integral part of Kate's footwear collection seems to be on an extended hiatus, and there may be a good explanation as to why. A source dished to Vanity Fair saying Queen Elizabeth II isn't a fan of wedged shoes and it's well known among the women in the family. Source: YOUTUBE Tags: Queen Elizabeth, Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George, Princess Charlotte
Would you be surprised to discover that the Queen of England has someone on hand to end that awkward encounter for you on cue?

Would you be surprised to discover that the Queen of England has someone on hand to end that awkward encounter for you on cue?

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It's a common social conundrum — you've run out of things to chat about but feel uncomfortable ditching the conversation so abruptly. Well, would you be surprised to discover that the Queen of England has someone on hand to end that awkward encounter for you on cue? That's right! According to royal historian Hugo Vickers, Queen Elizabeth II has a system of subtle codes that indicate to those around her that she's ready to wrap it up. Apparently, the Queen typically stands with her purse tucked into the crook of her left arm, but when she casually shifts her pocketbook to her right arm it signals to her handlers that she's ready to move on. They then swoop in and politely usher her away from the conversation. Thankfully, this has typically been done very kindly. "Someone would come a
The royals have never exactly been a callus-handed lot, but some believe they do less work now than they ever have before

The royals have never exactly been a callus-handed lot, but some believe they do less work now than they ever have before

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In terms of work ethic, not a whole lot is expected from the royal family. Sure, as symbols of their nation, its history, and its diplomatic relations with the rest of the world, they have a lot of weight on their shoulders, but if you put in as many hours as your job as they do at theirs, you'd be canned by the end of the week. The royals have never exactly been a callus-handed lot, but some believe they do less work now than they ever have before. And those critics have the numbers to prove it. Prince William and Kate Middleton have participated in far fewer royal engagements than their predecessors in recent years, and even 90-year-old Queen Elizabeth II puts in more hours than these two. The situation has led to Will and Kate being called the "laziest royals" in UK history. T...