For her very first ensemble on the Royal Tour of Canada, the Duchess of Cambridge has played the fashion diplomacy card: she’s wearing Canadian! Embarking on the flight to Canada HRH is seen wearing a long, lean tailored jacket from popular Canadian contemporary brand Smythe
Kate Middleton: Paper doll princess Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cambridge arrives in Ottawa Thursday, with a reported 40-plus planned costume changes and her hairdresser James Pryce on hand for the eight-day cross-country visit. The Duchess could eschew the steamer trunks by picking up Canadian favourites after she lands, so we’ve put together a few suggestions for her itinerary.
Prince William and his new wife Catherine laughed and smiled as they mingled with celebrity guests at their first official engagement in the gardens of Kensington Palace Thursday.
Wearing a shimmering, dusty-pink cap-sleeve gown by Jenny Packham, the new Duchess of Cambridge and her husband were guests of honour at a lavish gala dinner hosted by financier Arpad Busson for his children’s charity ARK
Children of the self-esteem movement — their identities shaped by I Am Special songs and “Princess” t-shirts — have become entitled, confused and self-critical youth and adults, raised to believe they can do anything and frustrated, sometimes devastated, when they can’t, experts say. The phenomenon seems at odds with the very definition of self-esteem: feeling good about yourself.