The Most Glorious Photos From Today’s State Opening of Parliament

By Wednesday, May 27, 2015 0 Permalink 0

Stephen Lock / i-Images Today was yet another example of what Great Britain does best, putting on a display of pomp and pageantry as Her Majesty took part in her 62nd State Opening of Parliament. View image | gettyimages.com   "The State Opening of Parliament marks the formal start of the parliamentary year and the Queen's Speech sets ...

People Send ITV Editor Tom Bradby Nasty Tweets Because They Think He Is Tom Brady

By Tuesday, May 19, 2015 0 Permalink 0

Mark Edwards /Splash News, Andrew Parsons/i-Images Tom Bradby seems like a lovely bloke.  He is ITV's political editor, an accomplished author, and a friend of the Duke of Cambridge.   Bradby is so lovely, diplomatic and trustworthy that the Duke and his then-fiance, Catherine Middleton chose him for their only engagement interview on November 16th, 2010. Bradby and William ...

Jewelry Designer Monica Vinader Creates Special Gift For Princess Charlotte’s Birth

Retailers the world over have created special items to commemorate Princess Charlotte's arrival, and - if we're being honest - it's jolly good fun to celebrate a girl because FASHION AND BEAUTY AND SPARKLY JEWELS (soz, George). British jeweler Monica Vinader, who started her line in 2008 to fuse together fashion and fine jewelry, sketched a personalized necklace ...

Get Kate’s Look: Regal-Looking Kenneth Jay Lane Jewelry Under $100

By Wednesday, May 13, 2015 0 , Permalink 0

i-images Only in December 2014 did we discover ("we" being me) that the Duchess of Cambridge is fan of costume jewelry designer Kenneth Jay Lane. His prices are incredibly fair for what he creates, from elaborate chandelier earrings to statement necklaces. If you're reading this, Mr. Lane, we wouldn't be opposed to knock-offs of famous European tiaras.  Not ...

Shoe Designer Tanya Heath Calls Kate Middleton’s Style “Timeless” and “Classic”

i-Images Canadian-born Tanya Heath was spending too many nights on too-high heels.  It was Paris in the mid-90s and no one dared to pack a pair of pain-relieving flats when the going got tough (we suffer for our art, boys). "I just fantasised non-stop about a shoe where you could just take the heels off, and that would ...