Welcome to Midweek Madness, where we sift through the tales of our favorite (and least favorite) celebrities’ rumored despair in the hopes that we’ll feel better about our lives. Like, oh, I’ve been pretty stressed lately and my face is breaking out and also my bank account has been sort of sad since tax season ended,…
Five years ago, Kate Middleton married Prince William in a stunning gown by Alexander McQueen creative director Sarah Burton, which almost managed to sell a generation of brides on sleeves. But now another designer has filed suit, alleging that dress was based on her uncredited work.
Of course she doesn’t.
While on her way to meet up with singer-songwriter and BFF Jordyn Woods for a lunch date, Kylie Jenner wore an ensemble topped off with what I’m convinced is an actual hedgehog for a hat.
Welcome to Midweek Madness, where we find ourselves slightly disappointed by the tabloids because last week’s were so much fun, but sort of happy to see surprising names like “Audrey Faith Perry Hill” on the cover of Star.
Today, Kate Middleton is “guest-editing” HuffPo UK. She’s not the first and God knows she won’t be the last celebrity to turn her hand to gratis editorial work.
Joanne Froggatt, who plays the much-tested maid Anna Bates on Downton Abbey, stopped by Conan recently. And she revealed that when Kate Middleton visited the set, she accidentally cracked a dirty joke to the duchess.
Sometime in February, Kate Middleton plans to guest edit HuffPo UK for a day. I thought the whole point of marrying the heir to the throne of the United Kingdom was that you’d never be required to spend five minutes on the Internet?
Welcome to Midweek Madness, where we go to our favorite magazine store (because the crappy one appears to have shut down for good) and are greeted by a kind employee who says, “Hey boss, I know what you want,” and hands you an OK!—after which you tear up and feel truly loved.
A reproduction of Kate Middleton’s engagement ring—the sapphire that originally belonged to Princess Diana—will not be sold at palace gift shops, after all. Whatever. The real question: Is this Kate’s handiwork????
Kate Middleton wore a tiara, and it was international news.
Welcome to Midweek Madness, where we get a call from our good friend Kate Middleton who asks, “Do you have time to listen to me vent for a few minutes?”
She’s barely been out of the womb four months but Princess Charlotte is already generating sweet, sweet revenue. For other people, of course, because you don’t need to crawl out and get work as a Gerber baby to pay for college when great-grandma is the figurehead of the United Kingdom.
You’ve probably heard a lot of folderol about how Will & Kate & Harry are so hip and stylish and young and generally the most media-friendly thing that’s happened to the monarchy in years. Well, that’s wrong. Turns out the camera loves middle-aged Prince Charles, and he and Camilla are the most photogenic royals in…
Shade Court is in session and I am very much ready for this ridiculous week to be over.
There are dark plots being hatched in the corridors of power—but it’s not who you think. Your suspicions about Jade Helm, the Illuminati and the Bilderberg Group are merely blinding you to the real threat. And that is this: Will and Kate will, at some point in the next few years, attempt to seize the unattended throne…
Kate Middleton and that dude she lets sleep in her bed attended a match during day nine of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. (British people love a title, don’t they.)
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge and Prince George of Cambridge arrive at the Church of St Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham Estate for the Christening of Princess Charlotte of Cambridge on July 5, 2015 in King’s Lynn, England.
Kate Middleton update: Kate Middleton left the house. Or the palace, I suppose.
The only thing better than
Channing Tatum shaking his junk in front of a fictional, film-cast crowd is Channing Tatum shaking his junk atop a float in front of a real, live crowd while tossing promotional trinkets for Magic Mike XXL.