This Royals Round-Up has EVERYTHING! Loads of formerly embargoed pictures of Crown Princess Mary looking like a boss! Prince Harry in SO MANY UNIFORMS! Sequins on QE2! Extra Wills and Kate! Coats!
In case you missed it, we had lots of Hot Royals Action around these parts this week:
- Wills and Kate went to an oil refinery and then a rugby match; there was both a Harry sighting AND a Goat sighting, although sadly TRAGICALLY not together.
- Everyone wore somber hats on Remembrance Day, and William’s had the bonus benefit of making him look pretty hot.
- Kate put on some flat boots and visited with athletes at a laBORatory.
- And last night, of course, everyone got all formal and looked dreamy to meet One Direction.
- Wills and Kate are COMING TO NEW YORK in less than a month. New Yorkers, know that we are going to want to hear all about it. (That link goes to their press release; they are doing a ton of stuff in 72 hours.)
- Wills and Kate are tying bells to George to keep track of him. (Not really.)(NOT YET.) (The Express)
- Netflix has given the thumbs up to the Peter Morgan-penned drama The Crown, which I am very excited about. (Entertainment Weekly)
- GQ has suggestions for what Wills ought to do with his hair, and I think I agree with their final analysis.
- Wills knighted Daniel Day-Lewis today, and everyone looks quite smart. (The Telegraph)
- Via Hello, there was recently a royal wedding in Morocco and it will not surprise you to hear that Lalla Salma looked awesome.
- Here’s Maxima, looking delighted as she cradles a wheel of cheese. (Royalista)
- James Middleton gave an interview about his Marshmallow Empire and noted that he really wants to be “the cool uncle,” which…I am afraid you have a tough competition there, dear heart. (The Telegraph)
- Maclean’s sings the praises of Princess Anne, but keeps her crime-fighting side gig secret.
- Over at The Duchess Diary, they’re discussing some of the most famous British royal jewels.
- Modern Farmer, natch, has all the scoop on The Goat — or rather, one of The Goats. It’s a great read, if a little old. Just trust me.