Posts Tagged ‘Crotch Clutching’

British royals walk to church on Christmas

I hope everyone had a great Christmas or normal Friday. I ate Chinese food – because nothing else was open – and it was delicious. Before the British royal family tucked into what I would assume was also a delicious meal, they made their annual walk to St. Mary Magdalene Church on the Sandringham estate. Prince William and Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, joined the Queen, Prince Charles, and the rest of the family. Unlike the last two years, Kate and William did not hold hands.

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Kate Middleton plays drums at Anna Freud Centre Christmas Party

Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, made a return visit to the Anna Freud Centre yesterday, December 15. Kate previously visited the Centre in September, so she’s visited a charity that she is not patron of twice this year – for reference, she has not even visited several of her actual patronages that much (she hasn’t visited SportsAid at all this year). I’m being nitpicky, though, this was a solid appearance for Kate.

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Kate Middleton returns to royal duties in a $1,500 dress at the Anna Freud Centre

You know what, you guys, I think Kate might be trolling us at this point. Like, she knows that we don’t want her to flash us, but she refuses to weight her hems or wear dresses that won’t blow around in the wind and she continues to wear dresses with slits up to her upper thighs. It’s like she reads all our comments and says, “Challenge accepted”.

With that in mind, our long lost Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, came out of her maternity leave hide-y hole for an appearance today, September 17, at the Anna Freud Centre.

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Duchess Kate joins Queen and other royals for Service of Commemoration at St. Paul’s (updated)

A Service of Commemoration was held at St. Paul’s Cathedral this morning in honor of the British troops who were stationed, and those that died (all 453 of them), in the 13 year operation in Afghanistan, and to mark the end of the operation.

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