Well I can’t quit now. Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, shocked me this evening as she showed up to the annual diplomatic reception at Buckingham Palace wearing the tiara formerly worn and most closely associated with Princess Diana: The Cambridge Lover’s Knot Tiara.
Margaret Atwood became the latest in a line of women to publicly call out Kate Middleton when Atwood claimed Kate is an “uneventful” dresser in a talk Atwood gave last month at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Unfortunately for everyone, Atwood invoked the name of the late Princess Diana to make her case against Kate.
The news of Prince Carl Philip of Sweden’s engagement to Sofia Hellqvist came out last Friday, late in the day. I would have covered it, but the death of my dog and my subsequent depression took precedence. Anyway, I’m covering it now ahead of an appearance by Kate Middleton later today. So, Carl Philip and […]
This is such an excellent Express article by Camilla Tominey that I must quote the entire thing (it’s a bit long, but a must-read):
William and Kate attended a reception at Government House—named Yarralumla—in Canberra, hosted by the Governor General of Australia, Sir Peter Cosgrove, to end Day 18—their last night in OZ. There were about 100 guests from the arts, business, charity, conservation, and sporting industries, as well as surviving recipients of the Victoria Cross. The Governor General […]
In an update from my previous post, it seems like Will and Kate will not cause a huge ruckus over those photos and video of them walking hand in hand and of Kate playing with George. Royal aides have asked the British media not to use the footage, but they aren’t going to make a […]
On the 6th (?) day of their New Zealand tour, Prince William and Kate Middleton visited Hamilton and Cambridge. They flew into Hamilton and did separate visits: William went to an aerospace factory for a tour; Kate visited a children’s hospice called Rainbow Place, it was a tea party with an Alice in Wonderland/Mad Hatter […]
The Countess of Wessex was out and about yesterday (March 11), visiting the England hockey team at Bisham Abbey National Sports Center in her role as Patron of England Hockey—she’s been patron since January 2007. Sophie talked to the staff and players and got in on the action by playing a bit with player Shona […]