Intro by Sarah Ball, Q&A by Bridget Arsenault As Duchess Catherine continues to peck away at furnishing her London apartment and her country house--t...
Brittany Landberg-Schultz, a 20-year-old from Arcadia California was selected from a group of five finalists.
Kate Middleton has no reason to be dismayed. She looks beautiful displaying her bump and she and Prince William are inspiring role models. Kate is a role model because she's showing that a pregnant woman's body is perfectly beautiful.
As we are due to endure incessant royal baby chatter and HG sympathy over the coming months, I thought I'd sneak in quickly with an important lesson that HG and pregnancy sickness illustrates about evolution.
If the announcement of the royal baby has ignited this much of a frenzy, one can only imagine what the birth itself will be like. We may not yet know the due date, but whenever their first child arrives, the event will make royal history.
The death of the nurse Jacintha Saldanha is very sad. Having said that, there appears to be some rushing to judgment going on. The hospital is blasting the radio station, but it is the hospital that bears ultimate responsibility -- not a couple of brash entertainers.
Do I condone the behavior of those DJs? No. But isn't it what many radio hosts do for a living? Let's not condemn them as criminals.
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.
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.
Wikipedia will not resolve an international dispute. Nevertheless, the site is increasingly becoming a forum that challenges subjective, traditional, and institutionalized information -- in the case of the Falklands Islands, history.
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?
A quick word about the topless pictures of Kate Middleton. It could always be worse: If Kate were American, the paparazzi wouldn't even have been necessary since she probably would've accidentally tweeted us a picture of her naked breasts herself.
Kate Middleton you've been photographed topless and French magazine 'Closer' has published the pics. It's so sad, but honestly Kate -- you are too public a figure to go topless.
Perhaps it's my sensitivity to these kinds of issues, but did anyone else interpret Justin Bieber's offhand remark about Prince Williams' thinning hair, as a reflection of larger cultural issues?
We have seen the amazing structures built in London for this year's Olympics, from the elegant Olympic Stadium to the soaring Aquatics Center. Just imagine what could happen if the UK invested those resources in ending homelessness permanently.