John Inverdale is in hot water after implying that Kate Middleton struggles with understanding rugby rules. On Saturday, March 18, Middleton and Prince William watched the rugby match between Wales and France. When the camera panned to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, BBC presenter Inverdale made shameful comments about Middleton, Express reported. “I don’t know exactly how au fait with the rules Kate is, but I assume she must have been struggling a bit in the last 20 minutes,” said Inverdale. “And she wasn’t alone.” Viewers did not like Inverdale’s comments and turned to social media to fire back. “#Inverdale, unreal sexism again,” Sarah Catriona wrote on Twitter. “As an alumna of the public school Marlborough, the #DuchessofCambridge would surely know the rules of rugby #inverdal
The Duchess of Cambridge travelled to South Wales on Wednesday to meet vulnerable and disadvantaged families who are being supported by the charity, Action for Children. Kate took over the patronage from Her Majesty the Queen in December, and during her first engagement as patron, the Duchess saw two of the charity's projects. A spokesman for Prince William's wife had previously said that Kate was "incredibly proud" to follow in the Queen's footsteps. "The Duchess firmly believes that every child who needs it should be given the best support at the earliest opportunity, and is pleased to support their important work," they said. "She is looking forward to getting to know the people that make Action for Children such a success and meeting the young people they work with." Kate, who looke...
Members of The Royal Family (including Her Majesty The Queen, His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh, Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and His Royal Highness Prince Henry (Harry) of Wales) depart the National Service of Thanksgiving in celebration of Her Majesty The Queen's 90th Birthday at St. Paul's Cathedral. Source: TUBE COM
London: Prince Charles has warned rising populism across the world has "deeply disturbing echoes of the dark days of the 1930s". Speaking in a four-minute radio segment recorded for the BBC's Thought for the Day, the first in line to the throne said it was "beyond all belief" that humanity had not learnt the lessons of the Holocaust. He raised the plight of refugees and said their suffering did not end when they arrived in new countries. "We are now seeing the rise of many populist groups across the world that are increasingly aggressive towards those who adhere to a minority faith," he said. "All of this has deeply disturbing echoes of the dark days of the 1930s," he said. "I was born in 1948 – just after the end of World War II in which my parents' generation had fought, and die
The Prince of Wales doesn't like the Royal Variety Performance, according to Michael McIntyre who has previously hosted the annual event, The Prince of Wales doesn't like the Royal Variety Performance, according to Michael McIntyre. The 68-year-old royal is often accompanied by other members of the royal family including his wife the Duchess of Cornwall - who is also known as Camilla Parker Bowles - and his mother the Queen for the annual entertainment bash, which was set up to raise money for the Royal Variety Charity. However, Prince Charles has openly admitted to the 40-year-old comedian he dislikes the event, although he swiftly regretted his confession. Speaking on BBC Radio One, Michael - who has hosted the star-studded do for four years - said: "I said to Prince Charles 'Do yo...
Prince Harry's girlfriend, actress Meghan Markle, 35, who appears in the American TV series Suits as flirty trainee lawyer Rachel Zane, remarked to her love interest and mentor, Mike Ross, in the latest episode shown here: 'The person you wake up with, you stay with.' Some felt the same when the then 32-year-old Prince of Wales obliged 19-year-old Diana Spencer to join him (driving her Ford Escort) for secret rural trysts. And didn't this push Charles into their unhappy marriage? Source: DAILYMAIL MAILONLINE
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Catherine Duchess of Cambridge can dress. She gives good hair. She has no problem playing cricket in heels. She can work a room like it’s nobody’s business, and she’s a dream with children. Even notorious tough-nut-to-crack Queen Elizabeth likes her. Is there nothing this woman isn’t good at? This just in: Yes. At a charity gala this week for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices, the Duchess of Cambridge revealed to a group, which included Michelin-starred chefs, that she is a sub-par cook. “William has to put up with my cooking most of the time,” she reportedly said. Prince William confirmed: “It’s the reason I’m so skinny.” In Catherine Duchess of Cambridge’s defense, the Prince may be no more culinary-inclined: during their recent Indian tour, she refused to even taste the dosa he’d pre