Day: April 30, 2017

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge’s favourite sneakers are less than $100

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge’s favourite sneakers are less than $100

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
Kate Middleton's favourite sneakers are less than $100 Sure, they cost a pinch more than your average Kmart sandshoes, but given the outrageous prices of brands usually favoured by the rich and fashionable, this endorsement is certainly a welcome relief. Duchess Kate debuted the sneakers while attending the 2017 Virgin Money London Marathon alongside Prince William and Prince Harry on the weekend. The three royals officially launched the race, before cheering on participants and handing out bottles of water. Kate paired the shoes with basic black pants and a black Heads Together jacket - in support of the event's mental health awareness charity - and her trademark impeccable blow-dry. The look was a far cry from the $10,000 Temperley dress she donned last month f...
As the royal couple celebrate their sixth anniversary, Grace Van Cutsem is now SO grown up!

As the royal couple celebrate their sixth anniversary, Grace Van Cutsem is now SO grown up!

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
Remember the flower girl from Kate Middleton and Prince William's wedding? As the royal couple celebrate their sixth anniversary, Grace Van Cutsem is now SO grown up! The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton and Prince William got married six years ago. Kate Middleton and Prince William are celebrating their sixth anniversary since their lavish April 2011 wedding. It's obvious the loved-up couple are always there for each other for support, attending royal engagements together and sharing precious family moments, and their relationship is stronger than ever. And now the loved-up couple - parents to Prince George and Princess Charlotte - are marking a huge milestone this weekend. The couple tied the knot on Friday 29 April 2011 at Westminster Abbey with Kate in a gorgeous Alex...
A furious Camilla slaps her stepson Prince William’s face as tensions over the future of the Monarchy reach boiling point

A furious Camilla slaps her stepson Prince William’s face as tensions over the future of the Monarchy reach boiling point

Queen Elizabeth II, Royality
A furious Camilla slaps her stepson Prince William’s face as tensions over the future of the Monarchy reach boiling point. This is one of the shocking scenes from a controversial new BBC drama which portrays a Royal Family riven by ambition and bitter personal rivalry. Tory MP Andrew Bridgen last night condemned the BBC2 film, which is due to be screened on May 10. ‘It is unfortunate that the BBC would seek to promote this flight of fantasy, which many licence-fee payers will find distasteful and which I believe denigrates and undermines our Royal Family,’ he said. ‘I hope that the BBC will make clear that the production is pure fiction.’ King Charles III is based on a West End play of the same name and imagines Prince Charles’s accession to the throne. It charts the progre