Day: May 10, 2017

This is apparently Kate Middleton’s go-to breakfast ingredient

This is apparently Kate Middleton’s go-to breakfast ingredient

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
This is apparently Kate Middleton's go-to breakfast ingredient When we imagine Kate Middleton sitting down to breakfast, we picture chefs sweeping in and out of her dining room, - which is always drenched in sunlight, regardless of the actual weather outside - carrying exotic fruit platters, smoothie bowls, French pastries, eggs and avocado on everything. Basically every type of fancy Instagram breakfast conceivable. While that imaginary scene is pretty far-fetched, we were slightly correct about one aspect of her early-morning routine. According to Marie Claire magazine, the mother-of-two starts her day with a breakfast smoothie that's packed with kale, spinach, romaine lettuce, coriander, blueberry juice and spirulina. Her reported love of spirulina has even seen a spike i...
When Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, recently confessed that motherhood can be “lonely” at times, moms everywhere shouted collective amens

When Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, recently confessed that motherhood can be “lonely” at times, moms everywhere shouted collective amens

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
They say a mother’s job is never done; they were right It’s the season for heart-shaped lockets and sappy cards, for orchids and chocolate and brunch. Though Mother’s Day arrives every May without fail — no excuses for forgetfulness, boys and girls — the rules of motherhood have changed considerably in the decades since I first took the job. Sometimes for the better, sometimes … well, let’s leave it at that. When Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, recently confessed that motherhood can be “lonely” at times, moms everywhere shouted collective amens. One can be surrounded by people and noise and activity and nonetheless feel the weight of isolation and unreasonable demands. At its core, a mother’s role is as predictable and obvious as the sunrise. We’re tasked with nurturi
Prince George and Princess Charlotte play with balloons and pet animals

Prince George and Princess Charlotte play with balloons and pet animals

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge
Prince George and Princess Charlotte play with balloons and pet animals Prince George and Princess Charlotte play with balloons and pet animals...Many people noticed one thing common in Prince George and Princess Charlotte about that they both like or dislike same thing...Here, you can see that even Prince William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge offers different activities to both children but you can check what they both love most and even run again for that.... Tags: Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Animals, Pet, Balloons
The BBC is again under attack, Bartlett paints the royals in an unflatteringly disputatious light – and even has Princess Diana’s ghost make an appearance

The BBC is again under attack, Bartlett paints the royals in an unflatteringly disputatious light – and even has Princess Diana’s ghost make an appearance

Prince Charles, Royality
The BBC is again under attack, this time for having the temerity to broadcast Mike Bartlett’s 2014 play, King Charles III. Bartlett imagined what might happen if Prince Charles ever succeeds his mother, depicting a conflict between a stubborn monarch and a government wanting to regulate the press. When Charles makes his opposition public he discovers that the people back the prime minister and is forced to abdicate. Along the way, Bartlett paints the royals in an unflatteringly disputatious light – and even has Princess Diana’s ghost make an appearance. Given revelations about Charles’ secret attempts to meddle in government business, the play only exaggerates for dramatic effect what we know about him and the political influence the British constitution still grants leading royals. Des
Speaking about the royal brothers’ recent comments about the late Princess Diana, he said: “I found it difficult to watch

Speaking about the royal brothers’ recent comments about the late Princess Diana, he said: “I found it difficult to watch

Prince William, Royality
Presenter Martin Lewis has told of his admiration for Prince William and Prince Harry in choosing to speak publicly about the death of their mother, as he admitted his struggle to talk about his own similar experience. The money and mental health campaigner said he still finds it difficult to come to terms with losing his own mother in a car crash when he was a child. Speaking about the royal brothers’ recent comments about the late Princess Diana, he said: “I found it difficult to watch. “I was 12 when I lost my mum in a car accident, like Prince Harry, and his bravery in being able to talk about it is something I cannot applaud enough.” A patron of children’s bereavement charity Grief Encounter, he continued: “I almost said no to becoming a patron because I would have to