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  • Princess of Monaco Charlotte Casirhagi is in trubs for wearing a Native American headdress and “war paint” during a show jumping competition. I can understand that she’s from Monaco and may not realize that appropriating the culture for a costume was ignorant and tone-deaf. But you would hope she’s come to that conclusion herself? Or perhaps not. Remember Prince Harry and the Nazi costume? Ugh, royals. [ONTD]
  • “Malcolm In The Middle” star Frankie Muniz, 27, was hospitalized on Friday for a “mini-stroke.” [The Wrap]
  • Beyoncé’s released the trailer of that documentary about herself (roll eyes) that she’s making for HBO and it includes the first look at her baby bump. Will that finally prove to the haters that she didn’t use a surrogate/Illuminati baby farm? [Crushable]
  • Hmm. Wearing a paper Prince William face mask and trying to sneak into Kate Middleton’s hospital room was not such a foolproof plan for this dude after all … [NYMag.com]
  • … in other news, Kate and the Queen of England share the same “royal gynecologist,” which is pretty awkward, no? [Daily Mail UK]
  • You might be surprised to find out whom Forbes has named as the Most Overpaid Actor in Hollywood. And no, it’s not Charlie Sheen. [Celebrity Cafe]
  • Check out this quickie featurette on the filming of “Game Of Thrones”‘ season three. [World Of Wonder]
  • Courtney Stodden got invited to the 85th birthday party for the King of Thailand for some reason. [The Superficial]
  • Tabloid photographers are defending their colleague who snapped that cover photograph for the New York Post of the man pushed onto the subway tracks and moments later died from getting crushed by the subway. [Capital New York]

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