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How Prince William Finally Realized Kate Middleton Would Make a Perfect Future Queen

Prince William and Kate Middleton may not become king and queen for decades yet—and they’re undoubtedly in no rush—but when the time comes, they’ll be ready.

William “takes public duties very seriously and fulfills a large number of public engagements, great and small, and does so without complaint,” royals expert Robert Hazell, a professor at University College London and author of The Role of Monarchy in Modern Democracy: European Monarchies Compared, told E! News in a recent interview.

And those who enjoy having a monarchy in their midst can rest assured that William has picked just the right person to be by his side for the duration of the journey, much as the queen herself did 75 years ago.

“I think that Kate is a bit like Prince Philip supporting the Queen,” royal biographer Penny Junor told People last summer. “She doesn’t outshine William but still has a

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Kate Middleton’s Style Is Changing as She Prepares to Become Queen, Expert Says

  • In the years since she first entered the spotlight as Prince William’s college girlfriend, Kate Middleton’s style has undergone an evolution.

  • According to Anthony McGrath, a celebrity stylist and lecturer at the Fashion Retail Academy in London, this has probably been a very conscious choice.

Kate Middleton is preparing for her future role as Queen and the proof is in her wardrobe.

According to Anthony McGrath, a celebrity stylist and lecturer at the Fashion Retail Academy in London, Kate’s evolving style over the years offers a clear picture of how she’s preparing to rule beside her husband, Prince William, when he eventually takes the throne.

Speaking to Express, McGrath broke down the way Kate’s style over the years illustrates her journey toward the throne. Here are some highlights of what he had to say.

On Kate’s pre-royal style:

“Since Kate has been in the limelight she

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Kate Middleton’s Repeat Outfit Proves That This Classic Never Goes Out Of Style

On Tuesday, Kate Middleton logged onto Zoom to speak with teachers at a local school in honor of Children’s Mental Health Week. For the occasion, the Duchess of Cambridge got thrifty, and chose to recycle a royal blue tweed jacket from New Zealand-based fashion brand Rebecca Taylor. In doing so, she proved that the classic lightweight outerwear option — which was made famous by Chanel in the first half of the 20th century — will never go out of style.

Middleton first wore the tweed jacket, which originally cost $498, to an event at Evelina London Children’s Hospital in February 2017. There, she paired it with the matching knee-length dress made of the same tweed material, a suede clutch purse, coordinating Rupert Sanderson Malory pumps, and sapphire earrings. On Tuesday, she toned down the look, pairing it with rose-gold drop earrings from Missoma (the likes of which cost $110

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Kate Moss and Daughter Lila, 18, Hit the Runway Together for the First Time at Fendi Fashion Show

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Lila Moss looked like a fashion force (and her mom’s mini-mi!) as she strutted down the catwalk with mom Kate Moss at the Fendi couture show during Paris Fashion Week.

The mother-daughter duo returned to the runway for famed designer Kim Jones’ first collection for Fendi, joining a squad of other top supermodels including Naomi Campbell, Bella Hadid and Cara Delevingne.

Lila, 18, stepped on the catwalk in a sheer, silver beaded caped gown with a draped train worn over a bodysuit and accessorized with a matching headpiece and knee-high boots. Then Kate, 47, stepped on the runway right behind her daughter in an elegant pewter gown with embellishments at the hem and dramatic drop earrings falling all the way down to her chest.

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After the traditional runway show, Kate and Lila modeled their high-fashion Fendi ensembles inside a

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Watch Kate Moss & Lookalike Daughter Lila’s First Fashion Show Together

We have a long-running theory that somehow the genes are just stronger in our favorite celebrities. Whether it be Reese Witherspoon giving birth to her almost-twin Ava or Heidi Klum’s daughter Leni inheriting her natural super modeling skills (and sharing the cover of Vogue) there must just be something different in the water in Hollywood. And now yet another mother-daughter duo has come to reach another level of #familygoals: Kate Moss and her daughter Lila. Lila walked the Fendi catwalk in Paris with her mother, and while she might only be 18, she’s already such a pro. Watch the sweet video below!

The two walked in Fendi’s Haute Couture Spring Summer 2021 runway show for Paris Fashion week. The show is described in Fendi’s Instagram caption as, “Drawing from seemingly diverse inspirations, from the visual language of Bernini’s marbles to Virginia Woolf’s time-traveling, gender-blurring novel Orlando, the show

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Kate Moss and her daughter Lila share the catwalk at a Fendi fashion show in Paris

National Review

McConnell Signals Support for Effort to Deem Trump Impeachment Trial ‘Unconstitutional’

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R., Ky.) and 45 members of his caucus backed an effort to declare the impeachment trial of former President Trump “unconstitutional” on Tuesday. McConnell’s colleague from Kentucky, Senator Rand Paul, introduced a point of order on Tuesday to declare Trump’s impeachment trial unconstitutional on the grounds that a president can’t be impeached once he has left office. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer then moved to table Paul’s point of order, blocking the effort to preemptively invalidate the impeachment trial. McConnell joined all but five Senate Republicans in opposing Schumer, signaling a willingness to entertain the argument that the impending trial is unconstitutional. The point of order resolution effectively forced Republicans to declare on the record whether they consider the impeachment trial constitutional, given that it’s taking place after Trump has left office.

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