Kate Middleton may have a title that many women desire, but she also has a head of enviable hair. In a recent survey by Kérastase to find Britain’s hair idol, the royal came in at Number 1. Considering how many rave about her style from her hair to her shoes, it’s no surprise she snatched the top spot. Out of 2,000 women who participated in the survey, 70 percent said they wanted more voluminous locks, which the beauty certainly has. Landing the new title isn’t the only thing she’s been up to lately.
Anticipated due date
So far, the royal family has kept details about the baby on lockdown. No one knows the sex or name of the baby, or when the Duchess is due. However, that hasn’t stopped royal watchers from taking guesses. She and her husband, Prince William, confirmed that the baby is due in July, but never gave a specific date. However, July 13 may be the magic date. A source explained, “Some of Kate and William’s closest pals were at a barbecue hosted by a family friend of the royals recently. They were all discussing the fact that Kate’s baby is due to be born on July 13. Everyone was very excited.” It’s been speculated that after the baby is born, the new mom and baby will stay at her parents house in Berkshire for several weeks, and will go without a maternity nurse.
Catherine has recycled her fashions before, but recently she set fans abuzz after she wore a dress a second time, just weeks after first stepping out in it. On April 26, she wore a $58 black-and-white polka dot Topshop frock to the Inauguration of Warner Bros., then followed it up by wearing the same dress to her friend’s wedding on May 11. Thanks to the “Duchess Effect,” the inexpensive dress sold out in about an hour. She polished off the look with a black blazer and black suede pumps.
The royal trio, Kate, William and Harry, have teamed up to donate $150,000 to the Walking With the Wounded South Pole Allied Challenge, which Harry will participate in this November. The month-long event raises funds for military charities. Nick Booth, chief executive of The Royal Foundation, released a statement that said, “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry are all dedicated to helping our wounded undertake truly great adventures and sporting achievements as part of their recovery. The Walking With the Wounded South Pole Allied Challenge is a perfect demonstration of the tenacity and resolution of the inspirational men and women who serve both our nation and our allies.”
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