Yeah, but I bet none of it cost like, a gazillion dollars.
Kate Middleton lays pretty low on the radar, probably because on April 29, she got enough media attention to last the rest of her life. But recently, Kate has opened up to the press, specifically, The Jewish News.
"I would like to thank all your readers for all their wonderful support this year," the royal told the paper. "It's amazing to think the wedding was just seven months ago. So much has happened since then."
Middleton made the statement on Monday at Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee. I have no idea what a Diamond Jubilee is, but it sounds fun as hell.
The Duchess of Cambridge attended the event wearing a stunning emerald green dress. The dress carries an expensive $2,200 price tag. But don’t worry; she’ll probably be wearing it every day this week.
The Jewish News told Middleton about a commemorative poster they published before her Big Day on April 29. The poster was affixed with a message of congratulations: “Mazeltov!”
Middleton loved the poster and told the reporter: "That sounds like it was a wonderful idea. I hope all your readers put the poster up!"
Kate will spend Christmas on a trip with the Royal Family to Sandringham, where she will attend a formal church service. Royal etiquette expert Jean Broke-Smith says that the Duchess will probably have to change outfits up to five times in one day.
“She won't be able to wear the same outfit twice,” Broke-Smith said.
“Kate will need a casual outfit for breakfast, a smart outfit - and a hat - for the morning church service, a dress for lunch, a cocktail dress for early evening drinks and a full-length dress for the evening meal.”
The expert added: “The golden rule is nothing too short, too revealing or too gaudy.”
Here’s another rule: Do not invite Pippa. Her butt will upstage you.
In recent weeks, Kate has been spotted on King’s Road, shopping at Zara, where she reportedly bought a black sheath dress and two cashmere cardigans. Rumor is she also ordered two evening gowns from Alexander McQueen.
Wonder what she’s gonna get Queen Elizabeth for Christmas? Kate, if you’re struggling for ideas, you can’t go wrong with a Starbucks gift card.