Brace yourselves, streets of London: Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, is coming for you.
You might remember Prince William sleeping on the streets of London for a night to raise awareness, back in 2009. On a cold March night, the Duke of Cambridge donned jeans, a gray hooded sweatshirt and a knit hat pulled low and curled up behind some trash cans to raise awareness for homeless charity Centrepoint. (Centrepoint is a favorite cause for Kate and Will -- the pair were visiting Centrepoint kids when Will unleashed his famous 'swag dance.')
And now, another royal will be taking to the streets: Kate Middleton will reportedly be joining "Loose Women star" and Centrepoint ambassador Lisa Maxwell on the Sleep Out campaign. Maxwell said Duchess Kate approached her with the idea, telling the Daily Mirror: "She asked me about sleeping out, so I said: 'Next time I do it, you're doing it with me. No excuses."
Obviously we can't commend the Duchess' charitable inclinations enough, but when it comes to Catherine sleeping on the streets... okay, guys, seriously. How in the world is Kate Middleton going to sleep on the street? Will she get her thrice-weekly blowout on the steps of a Jiffy Mart? Will her chef-prepared meals be wheeled to her tent via bike messenger? We have no doubt security will be lurking close by at all times.
But before we speculate too much on how Kate will survive without her LK Bennetts or her $500 camping boots, we might be let down: a spokesperson for Will and Kate told People, "There are no plans for the Duchess to sleep out for Centrepoint."
See a bunch of outfits that Kate probably won't be wearing on the street below!
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