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We see mercifully few wardrobe malfunctions amongst celebrities with Y-chromosomes. One that sticks out, however, is the incident back in November when UK Prime Minister David Cameron‘s shirt came unbuttoned at the Lord’s Mayors Banquet, not because it was all that scandalous, but because it happened in just about the fanciest environment around, and to the least likely person we could think of.
Ah, wardrobe malfunctions: that great universal leveler. Kris Jenner has had one; Sofia Vergara has had one; maybe you’ve even had one, too. Well, last night, yet another person fell victim to a sartorial snafu: UK Prime Minister David Cameron.
We love seeing politicians and royals on their days off. No shoes, no shirts, no problem!
World leader gifting is so very strange! David and Samantha Cameron are currently visiting the White House, and many a present has been exchanged between Britain’s First Family and the Obamas.
In a bit of cool girl power news, the British monarchy is going modern, changing the rules of succession to give female royals total equality.
Much as we like to think of Prince William and Kate Middleton as a modern couple, their marriage is governed by some very archaic rules. Specifically, if Kate Middleton were to have a daughter first and then a son, current British rules of succession dictate that the boy would skip ahead of the girl on his way to the throne.
Superstar stylist Patricia Field got in hot water last week after a number of publications reported that she’d called British Prime Minister David Cameron fat. Field has since set the record straight, saying the whole affair was a gross misunderstanding.
Patricia Field is as irreverent as they come. Her work as a designer and stylist is certainly kooky, but her opinions can also cause a raised eyebrow or two.
Good morning, friends! It’s not even 5AM and we’re up, swigging coffee, preparing to swig champagne, and ready to post! While the royal wedding party won’t be going anywhere for about another half an hour, the congregation is already filling the seats of Westminster Abbey. Of course, everyone’s waiting to see what Kate Middleton is wearing, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy the nuptial ensembles of the likes of Victoria Beckham, Chelsy Davy, and Joss Stone.
Estee Lauder spokesperson, bikini designer, and actress Elizabeth Hurley has a message for some of Britain’s biggest politicians.