My dear Princess: Congratulations on your wonderful news! Here is some pregnancy advice from me, currently pregnant with twins -- and this is advice you can trust -- because not only am I pregnant and already a mother of three, but I am grandmother to an adorable three year old, as well.
When women become pregnant in America, they face a strong possibility that their employers will fire them rather than permit more frequent bathroom breaks, place them on light duty, change their shifts, or allow them to work in departments that are "always looking for help."
Since the announcement that Prince William and Kate Middleton are expecting their first child, there has been much speculation on the sex and potential names of the baby. Lets see if some research can help us make some educated guesses.
The English are truly great at bringing up resilient, well-mannered, brave, and kind children. Too many parents -- in our own country and across the Western world -- have lost sight of what we've always done right.
How ironic that the announcement of Kate Middleton's pregnancy was made on the second day of Advent! Has the season of Advent been shadowed or enhanced by the news of a modern-day royal birth?
In another classic example of shiftless, taxpayer-supported mooching, a young, unempolyed British couple recently announced their plans to have a child and continue living unapologetically off the state. As one might expect, this has caused quite a worldwide frenzy.
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To honor the true spirit of Columbus Day, I have created my own list of overrated white people. Of course, this list is not exhaustive, as there are countless other White people who are equally underwhelming.
A lack of privacy. Mitt Romney's "47 percent" video, Kate Middleton's topless sunbathing photos [safe for work] and Paris Hilton's recent ...
The White House is blaming the controversial anti-Muhammad film The Innocence of Muslims for the topless photos of Kate Middleton recently published in the French magazine Closer.
The allure and thrill of the unknown ending in an over-scripted world and the visceral encounter with the unaltered has left us drunk and horny on communal media peep shows.
Kate Middleton should embrace her newfound influence and platform with gusto and use it for good, something she has been slow to do so far.
With the recent ruling in favor of the royals which specifically orders French gossip magazine, Closer, to turn over all digital copies of the topless...
The allure and thrill of the unknown ending in an over-scripted world and the visceral encounter with the unaltered has left us drunk and horny on communal media peep shows. And to all that I ask, as hungrily and curiously as everyone, also with a lingering sense of unease -- what next?
Get a grip. Or, more importantly, let's loosen the grip on our cultural breast obsession. Enough with the boobs.
The more debate about the rights and wrongs of publishing the images, the better for Closer, and the more palatable the inevitable fine will feel. A nice juicy Royal court case will only bring the magazine back into the public spotlight.