This morning, Watson gently put those rumors to rest with a chocolate-covered message to her followers: Continue reading
Back to the coats.
I first got a whiff of her penchant for an impeccably tailored bit of magic in June 2011, when Catherine visited Victoria Barracks wearing a navy Alexander McQueen coat. It fit her lithe body like a glove and commanded attention despite its subtle design.
Ranking my favorite coats was a challenge, and it’s difficult not to go back and rearrange my decisions. There are those that didn’t make the cut, which will spark a lively debate on whether or not I am fit to speak about such things.
Never mind all that. Let’s fight over coats. Continue reading
“I was so pleased to be asked to play The Queen in Peter Morgan’s brilliant play,” Thomas told The Telegraph. “To be directed by Stephen [Daldry] will be a real privilege and I am very much looking forward to meeting my Prime Ministers when we start rehearsals in March. Continue reading
63 years ago today, His Majesty King George VI died at Sandringham. Since there is never a passing of time without a sovereign, his daughter, Princess Elizabeth, was now queen.
News of her father’s death was delayed in reaching the princess, who was on a trip to Kenya with her husband, Prince Philip. It was Philip who told Elizabeth what had happened. They immediately boarded a plane to England, where she was welcomed back as Her Majesty Elizabeth II; the coronation would not take place until June 1953, after a period mourning. Continue reading
This is why I love walkabouts.
1. This little lady in red.
It was a valiant effort, Your Royal Highnesses. You tried to make a go of it when Prince George was born, eschewing hired help in favor of Carole Middleton’s help.
Welp, along with all of the other lessons you learned as new parents, you’ve decided to wave the white flag and hire some extra help for George’s little brother or sister. Continue reading
You won’t find a bigger fan of Her Majesty than thisgirl. What other leader – male or female – filled a massive pair of shoes at 25, reigned through 11 prime ministers (and counting) and still carries out royal engagements at 88?
Today, the Queen and Prince Philip attended Sunday service at the church of St Peter and St Paul near King’s Lynn, England. After, the Queen warmly greeted well-wishers and accepted flowers, which complemented her pink ensemble. Continue reading
Today, Prince Harry visited Twickenham Rugby Stadium in London, where the Rugby Football Union Injured Players Foundation for runners held a training session ahead of the London Marathon.
Harry, who is Vice Patron of the union, met with runner Jane Fishwick, with whom he joked about training Prince George for the 26.2 mile-race.
“I suggested he might like to run one and he said there’s a little bit of a problem there because he and William and Kate would all come under fire to do it if one of them does it,” Fishwick told the Daily Mirror. Continue reading