On Thursday, Kate Middleton embarked on a Kate-sized solo tour of Luxembourg in celebration of the 1867 Treaty of London which consisted of five events in four and a half hours. It was jam-packed with all of the hair touching, veneer flashing, and crotch clutching one would expect of an official visit from the UK’s so-called diplomatic secret weapon for strengthening international relations in the wake of Brexit.
I think even the media is having a hard time keeping a straight face with that claim. I noticed the sentence referencing the “diplomatic importance of the visit” in Richard Palmer’s piece had a typo. Poor chap was probably laughing so hard, it made it difficult to type.
This screenshot from the first photo in his article pretty much sums up why it’s hard to take Kate seriously as an official representative of the British Royal Family and the UK.
Kate doesn’t come across as capable of managing her own hair, let alone something as complex as the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union.
Kate wore bespoke Emilia Wickstead, an ice blue version of the St. Patrick’s Day coatdress she debuted in 2012 as well as new blue topaz and diamond Kiki McDonough earrings retailing for £3,500 (around $4,510 USD). Kate ditched a lot of the outsourced hair she usually wears and her skin looked positively aglow with fresh injections.
At one of the events, three-year-old Teo Schleck presented Kate with a bouquet of flowers, then burst into tears and buried his face in his mother’s shoulder. Reportedly Kate reassured his mother that it is “totally normal” at that age. I’m way older than three, but if I saw that much clown blush and veneers coming at me, I’d probably want my Mommy, too.
When the twin sons of Luxembourg cyclist Kim Kirchen presented Kate with a jersey, Kate reportedly said that she has no excuse now not to get on a bike. Maybe the Queen should hook Kate up with a duchess jersey, that way she will have no excuse not to duchess.
Btw, I’m not going to have a lot of time over the next few days to moderate but expect to start posting more regularly again within a week.