I’d imagine Kate Middleton had to take some fancy pants lamaze class, complete with a midwife who tells her how to “breathe like a lady,” before she had Prince George. Now that royal baby number two is on the way, the Dutchess probably has to do it all over again, cooped up in Kensington Palace with old, stuffy broads who used to give birth in barns. But how fun would it be if she could take a class with other famous expecting moms and dads, like the newly pregnant Blake Lively? We’ve put together a list of 8 expecting couples who should join Kate and Wills in what would be the best. lamaze. class. EVER.
My personal feelings on the news that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their second child, announced this morning, are best summed up as follows: Brangelina Baby #7 > Royal Baby #2 > Gosling Baby #1
In other words, I am less excited about a second royal baby as I would be about the announcement of yet another Brangelina baby, but more excited than I was about Eva Mendes being pregnant with Ryan Gosling’s spawn.
In other news, with the birth of this little royal rugrat, Prince Harry will be pushed to fifth in line for the throne. [NY Post]
This is Christina Spencer. She’s 26 an a lawyer from Brighton in the UK. She’s also embarking upon a side-career as a yet another professional Kate Middleton lookalike. All she needs is to overcome her lisp and get a professional Prince William lookalike on her arm (apparently they’re hard to come by). And why not? With Christina’s long brown hair, round cheeks and oval face, she says strangers tell her she looks like the Duchess of Cambridge all the time. “You can’t really have much more of a compliment then saying you look like the Duchess of Cambridge,” she told the UK’s Daily Mail. Indeed. [Daily Mail UK] [Image via Express UK]
Kate Middleton and Prince William were in Belgium this morning, attending a service at Le Memorial Interallie to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of World War I. Kate, who’s usually on point in the style department, showed up to the service wearing a beige coatdress and a hat that, I’m sorry, looks rather labial. Keep reading »