On Saturday, Kate Middleton celebrated her 34th birthday. According to Royal Correspondent, Emily Andrews, she spent her birthday pheasant hunting with Prince William and friends.
Yeah, that’s kind of like when the guy you’re dating suggests taking you to a strip club for your birthday and buying you a lap dance because he thinks that would be so hot and so you dump him. Except Kate actually went pheasant hunting.
On Sunday, the Middletons accompanied Kate on the walk to St. Mary Magdalene Church with Prince William, two of Princess Charlotte’s godparents, James Meade and Sophie Carter, Prince Philip, the Queen’s cousin, The Honourable Mary Morrison, and Penelope Eastwood, joining Her Majesty for Church Services. Well, isn’t that special?!
Kate wore the same Michael Kors suit she wore to church services on December 27th almost identically styled.
Normally, you would see this sort of suit with tissues tucked up the sleeve and accessorized with compression stockings and reading glasses dangling from an eyeglass chain, sort of the unofficial uniform of celibacy. Kate looked liked she was in dire need of being ravaged by something other than time.
The photos in the Daily Mail are pretty gruesome, so are most of the comments.
The brutalness of remarks about Kate’s rapidly aging appearance was exceeded only by criticism over the increasing presence of the social-climbing Middletons basking in a status that is not afforded to in-laws.
Back from their St. Barts getaway, James wore his somewhat tamed furry face monster and Pippa a fur hat.
Likely, Pippa’s fur hat was borrowed from Kate since Pippa’s skinned animal corpse cranium cap resembles a microphone windshield.
Pippa’s hat on Sunday bore a striking resemblance to one Kate has worn several times.
Carole decided to wear her fur around her neck. I’m not sure what is more disturbing, the Middleton’s fondness for bloodsport and fur, or Carole being so visibly excited about Walking with the Windsors that the world now knows what the Middleton matriarch’s orgasm face looks like.
Kate did follow royal protocol on Sunday by curtseying to the Queen. At least, the Daily Mail identified whatever this was as such.
When Kate’s heel got stuck on St. Patrick’s Day 2013 in a grate, she executed a better curtsey, even if accidentally. Then again, her head was bowed in reverence because it was her shoe after all. Perhaps Her Majesty would get a little more respect from the duchess if she came in suede.
In addition to Sunday’s curious curtsey expression, I still can’t figure out if a chunk of Kate’s hair fell out somewhere along the way or if it’s just the way the light is hitting it giving the appearance of a bald spot.
After church services, Kate’s family departed before a brief memorial ceremony commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the tragic Gallipoli campaign during which several soldiers who had worked at Sandringham died. According to the Daily Mail, Kate’s family, “walked straight back to Sandringham House after church with other members of the Royal party.”
For the Middletons,the Royal party never seems to end. Perhaps maintaining a sense of entitlement keeps the royal hang-over away.