Hot toast warm-up for William and Kate at Stockholm bandy session

Hot toast warm-up for William and Kate at Stockholm bandy session

Darren Sullivan
January 31, 2018

Duchess Kate tries her hand at "bandy hockey" during day one of a four-day visit to Sweden and Norway on January 30, 2018 in Stockholm. We wonder if Kate knew that marrying Prince William also meant that she could access her grandmother-in-law's jewelry collection, which is arguably the finest in all of the land - and not everyone can boast about that perk!

The royal left her neutral-toned morning look by the wayside in a move that literally set her apart from everyone else in the room.

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But the post may not have gone down well with the duchess, as Tucker has since removed her account. "It was a privilege for us to show our sport to them". There was also the Texturising Spray (about AU$12.18) and Elnett Supreme Hold Hairspray (about AU$8.70).

Kate, William and his brother Harry have made campaigning about mental health a priority, with the brothers speaking about how the death of their mother Diana, Princess of Wales, in a 1997 vehicle crash had left them with deep emotional scars.

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Hairdresser Joey, who works for Richard Ward Hair in Chelsea, was cutting the royal mother-of-two's hair, when she made a decision to donate the clippings, The Independent reports.

Middleton, who is pregnant with their third child, bundled up in a black Burberry coat and Fjallraven sweater, which she paired with a fuzzy gray hat, skinny jeans, boots and white gloves.

A few months back, Kate Middleton donated seven inches of her hair to the Little Princess Trust - a charity that gives away real-hair wigs to children who've lost their hair to illness.

Usually when people donate their hair to the charity, they send it with their name and email address attached, so the Little Princess Trust can thank them properly. "They just thought it was from a female donor in the Kensington area".