Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle announced Wednesday they would be splitting their time between Great Britain and North America.
Everyone knows that when you give up your fins for legs, you lose your voice. The same goes for giving up your basic American rights to live in a palace.
Prince William and Kate Middleton were spotted boarding a commercial plane to Scotland Thursday, to reduce emissions, while other members of the royal family take private jets.
As Americans, we must be completely clear that any form of royalty should be mocked and derided.
The organization cited climate change, economic equality, and the distribution of resources as reasons Prince William and Kate should ‘consider foregoing having a third child.’ Balderdash.
The attraction of the royal family isn’t about politics. It’s about wishing that our celebrities behaved like the current generation of British royals.
We fought a war for the freedom to care about what we want to care about, and this is among the things we may choose as free Americans.
Sometimes, celebrities are open and vulnerable to a fault. GQ Magazine’s recent interview with Brad Pitt definitely falls into that category.
Some people hate Kate Middleton because she embraces her femininity. They can jump off London Bridge.
The British royal family thinks they can give orders about dress to Americans on American soil.
It’s hard enough to be a modern mother without your own mother using you and your child as a political campaign focal point.
The problem is not that pink princesses or dystopian fiction are evil. It’s that they are insufficient to nurture the souls that seem so drawn to them.
Balancing career and family is a struggle for anyone. Royalty is no exception. And now Prince William and Kate are about to leave the honeymoon stage.
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