Inside Pippa Middleton and James Matthews' upcoming wedding: flowers to food and fancy invitations Tags: Pippa, Middleton, Pippa Middleton, James Matthews, James, Matthews, Wedding, Flowers, Food, Fancy, Invitations
For the most part, when we hear “celebrities, they’re just like us,” we roll our eyes and respond, “yeah, except not really.” This is especially the case when it comes to tales about the British monarch because let's face it, who could be more different from us than the royal family? However, we just found out one thing about Prince William and Kate Middleton that made us wonder if maybe we do all have more in common than we thought, and it, of course, has to do with their eating habits. The royal couple was recently interviewed on BBC Radio 1, and the host asked some like what TV shows do you watch, and what we all wanted to know, “Are you allowed to order a takeaway if you wanted to?” In case you're unfamiliar, takeaway is the British equivalent of takeout, and don't worry, the Ro
'My wife is a great red wine enthusiast!' Charles jokes at Austrian vineyard with Camilla THE Duchess of Cornwall showed off her knowledge of fine wines today as Prince Charles admitted he struggled to keep up with the industry's jargon. Camilla, the daughter of a wine merchant and now the president of the UK Vineyards Association, identified her Zweigelt Thorsaulen 2014 red wine as having a "slight peppery taste". Her husband, the Prince, laughed: "I always find it so difficult, the words you experts use to describe - all these adjectives." The royal couple were visiting the Weinbau Buscheschank Obermann vineyard in Vienna, where they were given a tour of the family business and tasted local food and wine. They were in Vienna on the last day of a nine-day European tour....
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Food for thought: devouring brains with neuroscientists Before me is a horse's brain. It's pretty tiny. In fact, the dog's brain next to it on the table is almost as big. "Well, think of their foreheads, they don't have one," points out Ben Graham of brain injury charity Headway East London. "Their head slopes straight back so they don't have much room." So, size isn't everything. "Whale brains are huge though," inserts Daniel Margulies from Germany's Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive & Brain Sciences. "Its motor sensory region is huge -- think of how much matter they have to move." Like the calves brains on our plates, talking about brain injuries and disabilities remains fairly taboo in our society It's a lot of brain talk to digest when you're also staring at a quarter