For years they ducked and dived whenever flashbulbs went off. But to mark their engagement, the royal couple recently got cozy with celebrity snapper Mario Testino.
Kate Middleton’s engagement to Prince William is romantic. For her family, it could also be very lucrative.
Neil Armstrong landing on the moon. The mystery of who shot J.R. Ewing. And now, quite possibly, the royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton can be added to seminal moments in television history — if it’s …
This just in from the “You couldn’t make it up” department: Kate Middleton’s doppelganger is also named Kate.
Every royal engagement needs a royal anthem. So what if this particular anthem doesn’t have anything to do with royalty, marriage or even love?
We live in an age where information flies at us from all angles, at all times. But who are we meant to believe as two different opinion polls are released Tuesday regarding the upcoming Royal wedding between Prince William and …
You’ve read all about it in the press, now you can read all about it again in the book: “William and Kate: A Royal Love Story” hits the shops this week in London and is said to be winging its Royal way across the Atlantic before Christmas.
Do the future king and queen need to hire a new wedding planner?
The dress worn by Kate Middleton at a university fashion show, which is said to have sparked her romance with Prince William, could be worth £100,000 ($157,911). That ought to pay for the drinks at the wedding.
Mark your calenders: Prince William will marry Kate Middleton on Friday 29 April at Westminster Abbey, Clarence House has announced. NewsFeed is going shopping as soon as this piece is written.
In the midst of the pomp and circumstance attached to his public wedding announcement, William shifted away from the spotlight to save a hiker in trouble. (Via People)
The Royal wedding has us at NewsFeed all a flutter. The prestige. The ring. The romance. Seemingly the whole world has been overwhelmed with Prince William and Kate Middleton’s engagement to the point of the Brits actually …