You may not think that Prince William and I have anything in common -- he is, after all, a prince, while I am merely a common American woman whose only royal connection is a lifelong adoration of Disney princesses.
I've never understood the fascination with Kate Middleton's style. Here's a few reasons why:
So maybe Kate hasn't quite caught on as a style icon in the eyes of the blogosphere. If she attended New York Fashion Week, she'd likely dart inside unnoticed by the phalanx of street style photographers awaiting more adventurous ensembles. But, I'd argue that the duchess' approach to style is much more realistic than most of the fashionistas getting snapped at Lincoln Center.
You can stay for four nights of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee at Kate Middleton's favorite inn, the Goring Hotel, near Buckingham Palace for only a mere $1,598,300 in American money.
Roseanne Colletti is joined by Bonnie Fuller, editor in chief of Hollywoodlife.com to chat about the latest celebrity comings and goings. We've got al...
But seriously, why do guests want to wear white so badly? Just wear some other color. ANY other color.
I have a surprise to reveal: Most celebrities don't have perfect figures; rather they understand a few key secrets behind the art of dressing.
Sandals and flip flops are worn by thousands daily; wearing ones that are cute, stylish and supportive will allow you to walk happily ever after in style and pain-free.
It's Leap Day! The date when by tradition, women can propose marriage to the men in their lives. Of course, women have been disregarding this for years, but today is a perfect excuse to buy a gift for your favorite guy.
Fashion Whip is a political style column by fashion stylist Lauren Rothman and HuffPost DC reporter Christina Wilkie inspired by Lauren's experience a...
"She is a little too fat, but she has a beautiful face and a divine voice." Talk about a backhanded compliment.
Since I am in the holiday spirit (and, having just consumed a mug of hot toddy, a glass of eggnog and a nip of cheer, the holiday spirits are in me), I have once again decided to follow in that great tradition of boring everyone silly by writing a Christmas letter.
I sent the letter to William and Kate, hoping but not really expecting to hear back. Imagine my surprise and delight when the following letter arrived in the mail recently.
Not surprisingly, all the royal guests attending Princess Victoria's wedding who were not staying at the Royal Palace directly opposite the harbor, or on their own yachts, stayed at the Grand.
The current tabloid obsession with the Duchess of Cornwall and her younger sister Pippa is nothing new. Throughout history there has been a pre-occupation with attractive socialite sisters who have prospects to, and do indeed, marry well.
Can William and Kate make a smooth transition into a lasting love or will they end up losing their spark when the excitement recedes, just like Prince Charles and Princess Diana?