What the f-ck? Are they seriously comparing Kate Middleton to Jackie Kennedy? Time to break out my “annoying articles” category, this is the most sickeningly sweet article I have read in a long time.
It totally discounts all of Kate’s –ss flashing and naked France photos and vacationing and not working and everything else, and says that Kate is the most down-to-earth, relatable person ever. It relates Kate not only to Princess Diana but to Jackie Kennedy, which is a cardinal sin. Granted Jackie Kennedy had her issues, but she kept that sh-t to herself and always presented herself in the most respectable manor possible given her status as First Lady of the United States. Kate can’t even weight her hems (or speak intelligently, or keep her hair out of her face, et cetera). Speaking of that, the article also criticizes the Daily Mail for suggesting that Kate should weight her hems after showing pictures of all the times she’s flashed the world her –ss while wearing flimsy skirts on windy days. Seriously? They think it’s totally cool for Kate to not weight her hems and flash everyone, or do they think we’re all being intrusive for looking? What about the kids and dignitaries and charity workers and everyone else who has ever been present for one of her flashings? Are they is the wrong for happening to be there while she decides to flash everyone? The article relates Jackie to Kate by saying that Jackie, after JFK’s assassination, became fiercely protective of her and her family’s privacy, and that Kate is oh so private that she got Charles’ attorneys to sue some photographers and how she hated being followed by the paps while stuck in girlfriend-land. Like Kate never tipped off photogs or leaked information to reporters or smiled while being hounded by photographers, like Kate doesn’t enjoy every single second of getting dressed up and posing for the cameras (because that’s all her “charity” appearances are). This article is total, utter BS. Ugh. More than I dislike Kate’s lack of duchessiness and lack of work ethic, I cannot stand the fawning press telling the public that this unenviable woman should be lauded.