Kate Middleton — excuse me, the Duchess of Cambridge — kept her cool this weekend when she met an indigenous Maori during a traditional Maori Powhiri Ceremonial Welcome in Wellington, New Zealand. That’s a lot more man-butt than she’s used to seeing in Buckingham Palace, I can assure you. Prince William, Kate and their baby son George are traveling through Australia and NZ on a three-week trip promising plenty of photo ops. Does it strike anyone else as weird that these relatives of colonialist oppressors are traveling the territories and welcomed as guests? Too heavy? Sorry. Look at Kate’s pretty hair! [Image via Getty]
Kanye, Kim and North may have been photographed by Annie Liebowitz for the pages of Vogue, but I’d argue that this photo of Prince William, Duchess Kate Middleton, Prince George and dog Lupo is just as stunning, if not more so. They all just look so naturally glowing and happy. I’m not one to go gaga over the Royals — that’s Jessica’s department — but even I got a little swoon-y. [Photo: Getty Images]
Some days, being a princess sounds like a pretty sweet set up. Then reality sets in and I realize it would really suck to have gossip magazines make it headline news that you missed your child’s milestone while you’re away at a five-star restort.
Currently, Princess Kate is being dragged through the tabloids for missing Prince George’s first attempt at crawling while she was vacationing in the Maldives. Kate and Prince William were away on their first baby-free getaway earlier this month and — of course — that’s when little Prince George decided to test the crawling waters, showing off for his maternal grandparents, Carole and Michael Middleton. US Weekly breathlessly reported on this “exclusive,” further solidifying their place in hell by furthering the institution that is known as parental guilt. Keep reading »
I’ll be honest: this post was just an excuse to put up a gratuitous photo of Prince Harry and his hot ginger beard. It’s not even a post about Prince Harry. It’s about Prince William and how he’s headed back to school for — surprise — agricultural management. Keep reading »