An entirely scientific prediction.
A very pregnant Duchess of Cambridge performed the ceremonial bottle smash in Southampton on Thursday for a Princess Cruise 3,600 passenger ship.
It’s less a drunken rage and more a cruise ship naming ceremony, though. After all, she’s heavily pregnant — and always demure.
The Duchess of Cambridge will make her last pregnant public appearance on Friday at Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday celebration.
Royal baby, you have all this to look forward to.
Must look away. Can’t look away.
This is Roberto Cavalli’s dream. Is it yours too?
Seriously, who does her hair?
Some pregnant ladies crave cake. The Duchess affixed one to her forehead.
It’s just as weird as it sounds.
Baby + crown + corgi puppy. What else is there in life?
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (Prince William and Kate Middleton) and Prince Harry duel with wands, ride in the Batmobile, and tour Hogwarts at the the Warner Brothers Studios in Leavesden, U.K.
The duchess has largely hidden her bump so far, but she’s finally reached the point at which a frock coat won’t cut it. It’s about time.
Behold: an arbitrary yet IMPORTANT imagining of what the royal kid could look like as a 25-year-old.
That’s right — she visited the tube.
They care about their customers’ embarrassment in yoga class. You can’t say that about many companies, much less people.
It’s the “all natural” (and I might add “all weird”) alternative to Botox.
Now that she’s artistic director across titles… TENNIS, anyone?
This woman is writing her own pregnancy dress code — from peplum pants to leather leggings to the world’s most painful-looking shoes, she’s determined not to have a casual day, ever. Her resilience is amazing.
“Anna Wintour would rather wear a Juicy Couture tracksuit with Crocs than even speak Kim Kartrashian’s name.”
Plus Kate Middleton being adorable, mind-reading headphones, and the bus ride from hell.
Don’t want your magazine to sell? Put Taylor on the cover.
Even though it was one of fall’s biggest runway trends.
Bit still awkward. What’s with the stilted smile?
Insiders wonder if Condé Nast promoted the Vogue editor in order to prevent her from leaving the company for another opportunity.
“It makes monsters. It doesn’t make gods, it makes monsters.”