Wow, Lifetime made this movie faster than I could snap my fingers and say, “Where’s my royal wedding invitation?” The network announced in late January that they would be making a flick about Prince William
and Kate Middleton
‘s courtship at St. Andrews and beyond. Now it is set to air on April 18, just 11 days before the couple ties the knot. The movie stars Nico Evers-Swindell, of “NCIS: Los Angeles,” as Prince William and British actress Camilla Luddington, who has appeared on “Days of our Lives,” as Kate. And it looks like it might be semi-good. Even if they didn’t take our plot suggestion
, “Kate falls in love with William’s twin brother, who has been hidden from the media all his life because he has that disease where you can’t stop hiccuping.” [People
] Keep reading »
Newspapers had a tough time in the recession with many shutting down, cutting staff, or starting mandatory furloughs. Kevin Provencher, a reporter at the New Hampshire Union Leader had an interesting idea on how to weather the storm. He became a pimp. This week, he was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in jail for running a prostitution ring out of his local SpringHill Suites hotel. Keep reading »
As soon as spring hits, I can’t stand to look at my trusty winter boots … let alone wear them. So this time of year, I look for pumps, booties, and peep-toes that show a little skin, but keep the early spring chill at bay. Here are 10 pairs of shoes that will help you transition through the seasons.
Floral tights are everywhere right now — and it make sense. After all, everyone’s itching to start rocking their spring clothes, but it’s still a bit too cold to be traipsing around with bare legs. However, there are some rules for wearing floral tights the right way. For one, don’t try to pair another pattern with these tights. One colorful, flower-powered piece is enough. Keep everything else pretty neutral and your outfit will stay pleasantly in bloom. After the jump, we give you a style suggestion for these tights. Keep reading »
Me: Umm, excuse me?
Me: I’m sorry, it’s just that I couldn’t help but wonder what you’re doing… Keep reading »