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Is Kate Middleton's 'mummy tummy' coverage disrespectful to wome

The obsession with the perfect female body is spiraling out of control. British-born celebrity life and career strategist Suzannah Galland also noted that the hoopla surrounding Middletons aesthetic is truly offensive for anyone to exploit a womans body, no matter what our condition, and that it sends out an empty message that female beauty needs to be redefined. On the same day Middleton gave birth, U.Ks OK! Magazine unveiled its latest issue with a photo of the Duchess accompanied by the headline: Kates Post-Baby Weight Loss Regime, complete with a six-page spread about how the royal figure intends to return pre-pregnancy physique along with a weight loss plan. The tabloids cover story drew strong condemnation, thus a rep was forced to defend the decision. Like the rest of the world, we were very moved by her radiance as she and Prince William introduced the Prince of Cambridge to the world. We would not dream of being critical of her appearance, said a rep for the magazines parent company, Northern & Shell. If that was misunderstood on our cover it was not intended. However, it was Middletons decision to don a dress that clearly showed off her bump that had many praising the new mother for her bravery, while professionals in the medical and childcare industry explained why the Duchess looked the way she did. <br>Source:

PHOTOS: Meet Prince George The first royal order of business was simple: sleep. What followed at the Middleton house became a blissful routine. Wake up. Tend to George. Eat. Repeat. Dinners might mean a simple Italian meal cooked with help of housekeeper Antonella Fresolone. <br>Source:

Rest Assured: Kate Middleton Is Both a Princess and a Duchess

The Duchess of Cambridge style book for London 2012 can be summarised by the outfit she wore when she joined husband Prince William and brother-in-law Prince Harry to watch their cousin Zara Philips at team jumping. Kate Middleton wore a striped tank. To complement her summery top, she added a gold-button navy blazer from Canadian label Smythe. This blazer popped up in the Duchess' Olympic and non-Olympic wardrobe quite often. For her jeans, Kate Middleton's J Brand skinnies did the job. Another Olympic favourite - Stuart Weitzman "Corkswoon" wedges served as her footwear. There webpage were other more colorful clothing items that made a appearances during Kate Middleton's bid to support Team GB. At a swimming final, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a Zara blazer in bold red. <br>Source:

Throwback with The Duchess of Cambridge: What Kate Middleton Wore in August 2012 [SLIDESHOW]

SK: I mean shes such a great role model, but the thing I love about Kate, and William to be honest, is the fact that theyre the modern royalty. Theyve taken the cobwebs out of the royal traditionalism. Theyre kind of do-it-yourself royals, which I really love. That accessibility shows up in what they do, but also what theyre wearing as well. Kate looks amazing when shes wearing couture, as well as when shes wearing a pair of jeans and flats. <br>Source:

Kate Middleton Will Never Wear Issa Again! Find Out Why HERE!

And isn't it pretentious of her to say that's her JOB? As for the first question: Kate is indeed a princess. The rule is actually very simple: In the British monarchy, a wife gets the equivalent of her husband's rank, unless her own rank is higher. (It's different when the genders switch, but let's ignore that for simplicity's sake.) One's title is simply a matter of "style" basically, a way of differentiating oneself from all the other dead royals with the same names. So, William is both a duke and a prince, and Kate is both a duchess and a princess. Another particular: If and when Will becomes king, Kate will become a queen consort, which means she is not an actual heir and thus will never be monarch. <br>Source:

Kate Middleton, Prince William: Inside Their First Weeks With Prince George

According to sources, ever since the British brand was purchased by Camilla Al-Fayed, the Duchess of Cambridge has been keeping her distance, and hasn't been seen wearing any of the label's clothes since 2011 . Why? Because Camilla is the sister of the late Dodi Al-Fayed, AKA Princess Diana's boyfriend, who died in the same car crash that killed the beloved royal. It also doesn't help that Dodi's father, Mohamed Al-Fayed, has gone on record as saying certain very unflattering things about the royal family, including calling Prince Phillip "a Nazi," and referring to the Queen Elizabeth II as "a gangster in a tiara." Fighting words, if we've ever heard any! No wonder Kate would rather kim kardashian video ray j steer clear of being associated with any of the Al-Fayeds in general. <br>Source:

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