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It shows her against a dark background, dressed in a navy blouse with her hair loose, gazing at the viewer with a small smile on her lips.
And – there's no polite way to say this – with wrinkles under her eyes.
The upcoming royal baby will be referred to as "Her Highness" and "Princess" if it ends up being a girl, announced the Queen today, ending a tradition that dates back to George V that dictates only male royal progeny will recieve the titular title of "Prince."
The London hospital treating Kate Middleton for severe morning sickness has apologized after its staff fell for a prank call by an Australian radio station.
Hosts on Sydney's 2Day FM phoned the King Edward VII hospital this morning pretending to be the Queen and Prince Charles, the BBC reported.
They were apparently able to get through to the Duchess of Cambridge's private nurse, who gave them an update on her condition. (She's "quite stable" and "hasn't had any retching" recently, apparently.)
At least one enterprising wedding guest at Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding last year must have been planning a head. A slice of the royal couple's wedding cake has turned up for sale on pfcauctions.com.
The bidding already is above $1,700, and the auction doesn't close until later this month. A printed note from the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall and a program from the couple's wedding is included in the price.
The bidding started at $160.
PFC auctions believes the cake is the first slice to make it to auction from the royal wedding in April 2011.