Prince William and Kate Middleton in New York

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge arrive at The Carlyle Hotel, where they will be staying during their official two-day visit to the United States in New York City. , 07 December 2014
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6 comments:

  1. Pourquoi on utilise son nom de jeune fille tandis que pour les autres princesses on ne le fait pas? Charlene, MAxima, Mary, Mette etc on a presque oublier leurs noms de famille.
    Ce couple me laisse indifferente, pas de vrai travail royal, pad de classe,pas de charisme.

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  2. What a wonderful coat! She looks like an angel!

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  3. Yes, it would be more respectful to call Catherine by her married name now, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. It has been several years her name, correct? Be smart and start a trend!!

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  4. She looks like an average english 30 year old woman. Nothing wrong with that! When I think of angels Romy Schneider in " Sissy" comes to my mind. You should look over photos of young Queen Paola, Princess Caroline or Queen Anne-Marie to find out what real beauty is!

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    1. Yes, yeeees!

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    2. I agree with you regarding Romy as Sissj, and the other queens and princesses you mentioned, but in my opinion Catherine is a very beautiful women too, definitely not like an average young woman! Her style is so refined and subtile and I think that that highlights her beautiful personality. But maybe it's a matter of taste...

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