Could it be true? Is she pregnant? Not likely. Here, Kate greets a young girl in Dunedin on Sunday. (Photo: Marty Melville/AFP)
Oh, Prince William, you are so funny.
He had to have known this would cause a tizzy – and it did.
While talking with a well-wisher during their New Zealand tour, a woman who had made his son Prince George a shawl, Prince William said: “You might have to make another one soon.”
Cue the #GreatKateWait2 hashtag on Twitter. (OK, not really – just one person, Paul Harrison from Sky News, who also used the hashtag #holdyourhorses.)
One reporter noted Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, was spotted drinking water during a toast, but then also noted Kate rarely drinks at these kinds of events, particularly in front of the media and cameras.
It is, of course, highly unlikely Kate is going through a royal tour while in the early stages of pregnancy. If we all recall, she was quite ill when she was pregnant with Prince George and even landed in the hospital with morning sickness. During this tour she has sailed a yacht (and beat her husband), and has more activities ahead. Does not sound like the itinerary for a woman who, if pregnant with a “spare,” may have severe morning sickness again.
Prince George – king of the playgroup? One body language expert says the eight-month-old is already acting like a future king. (Photo: Marty Melville/REUTERS)
A body language expert has called Prince George an alpha baby.
“Despite the fact he’s among complete strangers, George is already holding court. Sitting right in the middle of the group with his feet pointing together and knees out like this implies a high degree of self-confidence and not the slightest flicker of social anxiety,” Judi James said in an article she wrote for the Daily Mail.
George is a “calm, extremely sociable and very self-confident baby.”
The latest portrait of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their son, 8-month-old Prince George. (Photo: Handout/Jason Bell/REUTERS)
First it was the photo the Duchess of Cambridge’s dad took of his daughter, Prince William and their son Prince George – our first “official” portrait that was less than exciting.
I first saw the photo on the front of the Daily Mail (they tweeted out their front page for the Sunday paper) and thought it looked like a painting. The black background made it look like one of those velvet paintings. Kate’s hair just disappeared into the background.
Then there’s the dog looking at Prince George who is looking at the dog. It just doesn’t look real.
Then I saw the full photo – and my impression wasn’t much improved, but it was improved. I do like the photo itself – it’s a neat family photo. Interesting. Different.
But something about it just doesn’t seem right. There is a lost of post-production to that shot. Plus it has an Instagram feel to it, which annoys me to no end.