Pippa Middleton joined the masses at Day 3 of the Cheltenham Festival in Cheltenham, England today (March 14th)
Wearing Katherine Hooker‘s “Tori” mustard coat and a very familiar fur hat, Middleton watched the horse races and hung out with friends, including banker Tom Kingston.
Despite being linked to Nico Jackson, Middleton has been photographed a few times in the past two years with Kingston. In 2011 they watched the Tennis Masters at London’s 02 Arena, and Kingston accompanied the famous bridesmaid to LouLous’s in November (Middleton wore a color block Kate Spade coat). Read More »
Day two of the annual Cheltenham Festival came and went today (March 13th), with Olympian Zara Phillips surrounded by a gaggle of her closest girlfriends (attn: Daily Mail. I used “gaggle” first. So there).
Phillips’ mom, Princess Anne was also at the races, as was Phillips’ husband, Mike Tindall.
Yesterday (March 12th) Phillips chose a purple Jane Taylor fascinator to wear to the races, but today’s head piece was more toned-down in order to put the focus on her red Paul Costelloe military coat. Read More »
Hokay, so we all know that male primogeniture is about to become a thing of the past. And what great news that will be, should the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s first child is a girl.
Well, a few members of Parliament are thinking ahead, given the world we live in and the Queen’s recent signing of the Commonwealth Charter. Her Majesty said in a broadcast on Monday (March 11th):
Our shared values of peace, democracy, development, justice and human rights – which are found in our new ‘Commonwealth Charter’ – mean that we place special emphasis on including everyone in this goal, especially those who are vulnerable.
There is controversy over whether the Queen approves gay marriage through her signing of the charter, which declares that the Commonwealth members are “implacably opposed to all forms of discrimination, whether rooted in gender, race, colour, creed, political belief or other grounds.” Read More »
Half the fun of seeing the Duchess of Cambridge out at engagements is witnessing her interactions with the young folks. In Grimsby, England, we were in a fit of giggles over one little girl’s princess dress. Let’s be serious, you have done the exact same thing if you were in her position.
Those fortunate enough to present Her Royal Highness with flowers are, for the most part, on their best behavior. However, there are few who A) Refuse to hand over the beautiful bouquets, no matter the recipient B) Do odd things like pick their nose.
Launch our video to relive some of the most amusing moments from Catherine’s royal walkabouts. Read More »
Gay lifestyle company Prowler Soho put up some posters of Prince Harry in London last month, so why am I only seeing this now!?
The spare was featured sans a shirt (which is totally fine by us), the perfect way to get someone’s attention and invite them to a rousing good time.
Harry just got back from a trip to Lesotho in Africa, just days before his new girlfriend celebrated her sister’s nuptials in South Africa. Cressida “Cressie” Bonas sang as “guests threw rose petals” on the bride, Isabella Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe and her new husband, Sam Branson. Read More »
Weren’t we in a tizzy when word spread that Her Royal Highness Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge reportedly let the cat out of the bag during a trip to Grimsby, England on Tuesday!
A few well-wishers could have sworn that Catherine started to say “daughter” when gifted with a teddy bear outside the National Heritage Fishing Center.
The Duchess, who is about five months along, was thought to have said “Is this for our dau…” before stopping herself.
Sandra Cook, 67, pressed on, asking Her Royal Highness, “Did you say ‘my daughter?’”
Catherine, clearly flustered by the questions, said “No, my, oh my? No, no, no..!” and added, “We don’t know.” Read More »
On Tuesday (March 5th), the Duchess of Cambridge had an “away day” in Grimsby, England, where she took on several engagements and met with a variety of different people.
Tom Freestone, one of Buzz Media’s own producers, comes from an adorable little village just outside Grimsby, and we had a fine chat about the city that was once a great fishing port.
Catherine may have let it slip that she’s expecting a girl during a walkabout that day, but Freestone swears it wasn’t his aunt who prodded about the future monarch’s gender.
While this kid picked his nose, the Duchess of Cambridge may have let something crucial slip to a Grimsby, England resident.
The Daily Mail‘s Rebecca English broke the story earlier this afternoon, after speaking with local Sandra Cook:
“I leant over and said to her: ‘You were going to say daughter, weren’t you?” She said: ‘No, we don’t know!’ I said: ‘Oh, I think you do’ to which she replied: ‘We’re not telling!’”
That’s a bit forward, Sandra Cook! Read More »