The Duchess of Cambridge is an undisputed style star. Though we never quite know where she gets her style tips or inspiration, this week People pointed out that she appeared to take notes from her stepmother-in-law, Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall. Camila stepped out in a green lace dress for a photo exhibition earlier this week: And Kate wore nearly same look just one night later― a gorgeous Temperley London gown ― for the National Portrait Gallery gala. To be fair, Kate and Camilla have recently worn a lot of green in the past two weeks, perhaps signaling that we should all be doing the same: Source: huffingtonpost com Tags:Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine, Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, Kate, Middleton, Duchess kate
Kate Middleton is NOT forbidding Prince William from travelling alone following his boys-only ski trip, despite a made-up report. Gossip Cop can bust this claim. We’re told it’s “false.” “Kate Puts Wild William On A Short Leash,” blares an alarming headline from this week’s National Enquirer, which goes on to claim the Duke of Cambridge can “no longer travel alone” following his recent ski trip with his friends in Switzerland. A so-called “source” tells the outlet, “Kate was furious when she saw the pictures. These boys-only skiing trips are a thing of the past.” The magazine’s dubious insider further purports, “Kate wears the trousers in their marriage,” adding, “She found his behavior humiliating and William will be made to pay.” Let Gossip Cop set the record straight. A source clos
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Charles shows William is not the only 'dad dancer' in the family as he continues Euro trip IT was a case of Prince cha-cha Charles as the heir to the throne showed that his elder son William is not the only one who can “dad dance". He danced his way into the hearts of Romanians by strutting his stuff to a village band during a tour of a musuum in the capital, Bucharest. Charles, 68, did not need to be asked twice when a group of traditional performers invited him to join them. He took the hand of a young woman from the Burnasul ensemble and linked up with others to form a circle for a dance known as Hora. The twinkle-toed Prince has danced his way around the world in recent years. He impressed at the chapauringe dance in Zanzibar, Tanzania, in 2011, tried his hand at the foxtrot in
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William and Kate to receive highest Tuvalu award... for just VISITING the nation THE Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are to receive the highest award from the South Pacific island nation of Tuvalu - effectively for just going there. Discussions are under way for William and Kate to be invited to an investiture in London to each receive the Tuvalu Order of Merit in recognition of their 2012 visit to the Polynesian nation of nine tiny islands with a combined population of 11,200 spread over 10 square miles. Their visit there as part of a tour of Asia and the Pacific marking the Queen's Diamond Jubilee in 2012 produced iconic images of the royal couple. They were carried off their charter aircraft shoulder high on a spectacular double throne by 25 Polynesian men dressed in pandanus leaf s...
Kate Middleton Is Ready To Be A School Run Mum Not only did Kate Middleton wow us with her green lace dress at the National Portrait Gallery gala dinner on Tuesday, but she also made a few new friends among the parents at Prince George's new pre-school, Thomas's School at Battersea. According to The Telegraph, Middleton met two parents from the school during a line-up at the gala dinner, and said, "I'm not sure George has any idea what's going to hit him." The couple assured her that Thomas's is "a great school," and Middleton told them, "I may see you at the school gates." So does this officially mean Middleton is now a school run mum? We'd say it's safe to assume so, although she'll probably arrive at the pick-up line with a few security guards in tow. Prince George is set to sta...
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry have released a series of hard-hitting films as part of their mental health campaign, Heads Together. Hoping to open up the conversation surrounding mental health, the ten videos feature both famous and non-famous people talking to the person they first opened up to. Issues including depression, anorexia and post-traumatic stress disorder are all mentioned. Above, model Adwoa Aboah talks to her mother Camilla Lowther about her struggles with depression. “I couldn’t believe that it was simple to talk. I literally thought it was going to be something so complicated,” she says. Stephen Manderson (aka Professor Green), Freddie Flintoff and Ruby Wax also appear to discuss their particular mental health problems. Along with well-known faces