Kate and William, you are so smart! I applaud you for making life and love decisions that will prevent your relationship from crashing and burning!
At a time of such global turmoil and national disasters, with earthquakes and wars, uprisings against oppressive governments and tsunamis, the royal wedding became a symbol for all of us to believe that we can still celebrate hope and love.
...don't say anything at all. This was one of those mother rules in my upbringing, and I'm sure I'm not the only one. Prince William's and Kate Middl...
Mercury, the planet of communication was retrograde between March 29th to April 23rd. Of course, Mercury, the messenger and trickster didn't really tr...
The anticipatory buzz surrounding the Metropolitan Museum of Art's "Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty" has just become supersonic, thanks to a certain high-profile client of the British fashion house.
Will Kate change the gown she'll be wearing on the big day? It's been reported that three dresses by three different designers had been commissioned in case the name of her first choice leaked.
This couple is breaking the mold in several ways while still remaining "traditional." They've been together off-and-on for the better part of a decade, through break-ups and reconciliations like everyday people who don't live a fairy-tale life.
The excitement has been building around the upcoming nuptials of Prince William and Kate. Perhaps some hint of what's to come can be gleaned from the marriages of some of William's ancestors.
You can't keep this big of a secret indefinitely. Kate's wedding dress is near-completion and with less than two weeks to go, there's indication that the designer's identity is about to be revealed.
If you're like me, you could care less about the royal wedding, except to note that if William wasn't a prince, Kate would have been way out of his league. Nice work, Willy.
Don't let the Gawd-bless-you-ever-so-'umbly-yer-Majesty tone of the global media coverage blasted at America fool you. Most British people are benignly indifferent to the wedding of William Windsor and Kate Middleton.
A vendor at London's Covent Garden Market said to me, "We don't really care about the royal wedding because we have Mother's Day and Easter both around the same time." Not true. The Brits care plenty.
The Royal Wedding is approaching! William, The Hotter Royal Bro Who Now Has an Unfortunate Hairline and Is the Less Hot Brother is getting hitched t...
If you love all things royal then you will love William & Kate. It gives you an inside study, however hypothetical, of the relationship between the future King of England and his bride to be.
Suzy Menkes's comparison of Princess Diana's fashion choice to that of a "squaw" was not only hurtful but seems to have been a bit of a stretch in terms of accuracy.
One particular overheard sentence was Camilla saying to Catherine, "If I can give you one bit of advice..." Unfortunately, nobody heard the rest of that sentence. I can now exclusively reveal what that advice was.