Will and Kate Release Adorable Pics of Princess Charlotte

The British Monarchy Look. At. That. Face. This morning, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge released two new photos of Princess Charlotte, taken by Catherine herself. "The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are delighted to be able to share two new photographs of Princess Charlotte," both Kensington Palace and The British Monarchy shared on social media. They were ...

Kate Middleton is Going Into The Food Business

By Sunday, November 8, 2015 0 , , Permalink 0

Kirsty Wigglesworth/WPA-Pool The Duchess of Cambridge loves making jam, and has been known to make a mean chicken roast.  So, in the entrepreneurial spirit of Real Housewives everywhere, she's turning it into a business. According to the Mail on Sunday's Charlotte Griffiths, Catherine is "working on a plan to get the nation hooked on her wholesome ...

Will and Kate Join The Queen at Festival of Remembrance

Chris Jackson/WPA-Pool For the first time together, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended tonight's annual Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Their Royal Highnesses joined the Queen, Prince Philip, Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, the Duke of York, Princess Anne and her husband, Tim Laurence, Princess Alexandra, the Duke of Kent, ...

Get The Look For Less: Kate’s Favorite Lace Dresses

By Friday, November 6, 2015 0 , Permalink 0

Splash News Lace! A Princess! Glorious Gowns! You, too, can attain the highest level of luxury and elegance with with lace dresses that fit you like a glove, but won't force you to refinance your home/children/back issues of Majesty magazines. Disclaimer: Some of these looks are not exact replicas of Kate's frocks, but they're close enough that ...

Prince Harry and The Duke of Edinburgh Visit The Field of Remembrance

By Thursday, November 5, 2015 0 , Permalink 0

James Whatling/Splash News November is a poignant month in Great Britain and around the Commonwealth,  in which the royal family leads services of remembrance for fallen soldiers as far back as World War I. You'll notice that the royals and public figures don a "remembrance poppy," used to commemorate those who have fallen (its origins inspired by the ...