Guys and gals, I think the Duchess of Cambridge has gotten used to the attention, because today she let put on an iScout hoodie and let those facial expressions run wild, all in the name of promoting disability awareness to children at the 23rd Poplar Beaver Scout Colony in east London. Continue reading
Though it’s not mandatory to bow or curtsy to the Queen or a member of the royal family, many do it out of respect. And though it’s not limited to the United Kingdom and Commonwealth realms, it is rare to see an American do it.
It’s a grand old gesture, and one that’s been practiced for as long as there has been a monarchy. The Queen’s family always greets her first with a kiss, then with a bow or curtsy, which is absolutely fascinating to watch. Continue reading
I love me some public radio and I love me even more some classical music, but I wasn’t familiar with London-Born Graham Parker until From Berkshire To Buckingham tweeted his recent story about meeting the Duchess of Cambridge.
Parker, who is General Manager, WQXR & Vice President, NYPR, was invited to the “Creativity is GREAT” Reception in New York during William and Catherine’s visit on December 9th. Continue reading
As soon as their flight left American soil, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge became fair game for bloggers, reporters and columnists alike, all eager to share their opinions on why William and Catherine didn’t exactly make a “splash” in New York City. Continue reading
This is what dreams are made of, America. A prince and his Duchess/Princess of the United Kingdom sweep in, steal the show and leave quietly after a ball so that they may be reuunited with their son, who “loves” Ipad games and will rule over the kingdom.
I should write children’s books. Continue reading
After touching down in New York City and giving everyone a quick hello, the Duchess of Cambridge made her first of (hopefully many) outfit changes for a private dinner for American Friends of the Royal Foundation at Sir Martin Sorell’s house (get out the good silver and put away those garish Mackenzie Child doo-dads). Continue reading
Just in case you weren’t aware of how head-over-heels the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are for one another, I’ve put together a bunch of photos to drive the point home.
Ugh, smug marrieds. Am I right? Continue reading
Over the last week, countless sites have speculated as to what the Duchess of Cambridge will wear when she and Prince William visit New York from December 7th-December 9th.
Given that Her Royal Highness is five months pregnant, I’m afraid we won’t see the waist-cinching outfits we’re used to. It’s also quite cold out, so prepare yourselves for a lot of (great-looking) coats.