The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge are keen in green for St. Patrick’s Day 2021

Royal visit to South Wales

Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all who celebrate. After a year in lockdown, we could all use a Guinness or ten. To celebrate this year’s St. Patrick’s Day, the Irish Foreign Ministry has hosted virtual events online and posting greetings and well-wishes from foreign leaders and dignitaries. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge decided to wear to some keen green and join in:

It’s cute? Whatever. The less said about the Cambridges’ tour of Ireland last year, the better. That was a mess! They completed the tour just days before the pandemic was declared, and Kate spent the entire tour in expensive clown gear and/or cosplaying the Irish flag. It was also during that trip last year that William “joked” about the coronavirus.

What usually happens – in non-pandemic times – for William and Kate on St. Patrick’s Day is that they visit the Irish Guards. Kate passes out shamrocks and gets to pet a beautiful Irish Wolfhound. Kate wears green and they sip Guinness with the Irish Guards. They’ll probably go back to that next year. Unless Kate decides to skip it for no reason other than she wants to make a point that she’s lazy and she doesn’t want to do it every year. #NeverForget

St. Patrick's Day Parade at Cavalry Barracks

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  1. Lily P says:

    They’re so nauseating

    • I’m sure my Irish husband and his ancestors who were starved to death by the British really appreciate their wearing green. Makes up for hundreds upon hundreds of years of terror, death, and discrimination. Even as a major figure in his business the English still to this day talk down to him when they hear the accent. The English need as big a reckoning as we do.

    • Elizabeth Regina says:

      I agree. Dreadful pair.

    • QwietStorm says:

      They really are clueless. Just idiots. Some Brit reporters have said these Cambridges should come to the US to win over “Diana territory, ” in the middle Atlantic, NYC area. Big mistake. Not likely that anyone in that area wants them here. Stay home, Cambridges. You’re too unmotivated. Too incurious. You just don’t get it. Your brother does. Meg does.

  2. Merricat says:

    To be fair, green IS their natural skin color,

  3. harperc says:

    I thought the screen grab of her grimace was just a passing expression, but nope, she looked like that intentionally for several seconds.

    If a big grin isn’t appropriate, at least go for a pleasantly neutral expression. Jeesh, it’s been 10 years, you’d think she’d be at least marginally better at this by now.

    • L84Tea says:

      I get the feeling she is just annoyed and pissed off at life in general right now, and it shows. Plus she’s standing next to William…

      • Ania says:

        She’s a perfect example of “be careful what you wish for”. Or she thought loveless marriage was worth the crown and she could handle it.

    • josephine says:

      The both look very worn out and unhappy. It must be hard to be outed.

    • Beach Dreams says:

      Her eyes look rather glassy and lifeless. I find it interesting how he manages to maintain his unpleasant, arrogant demeanor while she seems to wither away with each new appearance. She’s usually been the better/more enthusiastic actor.

  4. Cecilia says:

    I really truly dislike these 2

  5. Darla says:

    Why, thank you, Justin!

    Was there anyone else on the video?

    Anyway, half Irish here and my Italian mom makes the best soda bread. She is coming over today with a loaf. She does cornbeef and cabbage too but I’m a vegetarian. lol

    • L84Tea says:

      You sound like me! Half Irish and Italian here (Italian on mom’s side) and my mom made the best soda bread ever! She would bakes loaves and wrap them in tin foil and put a green ribbon on them and give them to our neighbors. Ahh, I miss that. But I am having corned beef and cabbage for dinner tonight. :-D

    • Carrie says:

      I am ALSO half Irish and Italian, and my Italian-American mom makes great Irish Soda Bread, too! I made two loaves this morning – one for my family and one for my neighbor!

    • Chaine says:

      I gave up watching after it appeared he was going to go on and ON and OOONNNNN. “Thomas Darcy McGee…” I shall never learn the end of the story.

    • Aphra says:

      So proud to be Canadian! Yay Justin!

  6. Sofia says:

    On a superficial note, I would like to have a look at Kate’s full outfit. Is it a dress or a pantsuit type thing? I’m not 100% feeling the top half but maybe it looks better when the whole outfit.

    • Chaine says:

      It looks like the top of a cheap leprechaun costume from The Party Store.

      • Lady D says:

        I inhaled a lot more tea than I had planned, reading your comment. I sort of snorted while swallowing. I’m okay now, but I think I scared the cats.

      • Elizabeth Regina says:

        Love this!

      • Amy Too says:

        Complete with a solid gold clover necklace that she likely bought specifically for St. Patrick’s Day and will only ever wear on St. Patrick’s Day. And she will always wear it on St. Patrick’s day, so it’s basically a St. Patrick’s Day costume. Why can’t it be a necklace that has lots of different nature elements, one of which is clover and people just register it as a cool necklace at first but when they look closer they see that little nod to Ireland with the clover? I find the constant theme dressing to be insulting because it is so patronizing on its basicness. She does is so earnestly too, like she really thinks she’s doing something necessary and important. She’s not trying to be ironic, she doesn’t ever do it in an edgy or new way, its never subtle or clever, the clothes and jewelry aren’t even ever good or fashionable or different. It’s just, St. Patrick’s Day: bright green blazer and little clover necklace; Scotland: tartan on tartan on tartan; Canada: maple leaf brooch.

    • BeanieBean says:

      Coatdress, I suspect.

  7. Becks1 says:

    She bought….another green outfit? How many does she have at this point? And she pretty much only wears them around St. Patrick’s Day. What a waste of $$.

    • Nic919 says:

      She has a hundred green outfits at this point but of course she gets another one and this time in a green that does not suit her. For a few minutes of video. It’s really a sickness with how much she wastes money.

    • Myra says:

      Anything is better than that green monstrosity that she wore last year. It hurt my eyes to see it and I hope that she has burnt it.

      • AnneSurely says:

        And bringing back those terrible Alice bands. I wish she would donate, auction, or toss her entire wardrobe and go buy a closet full of suits and dresses from Max Mara and theory. Tailored, non descript, and professional. Her husband going on and on about the environment while she wears ‘relatable’ fast fashion to appease the looney girls who copy her style is just the height of hypocrisy.

  8. Belli says:

    Ireland = Green

    Sums up how much thought goes into their work. Good to know there’s been time for some shopping too.

    • mynameispearl says:

      Its St Patricks day, I’m Irish and am decked out in my green today, its just a fun tradition.

      • Lady D says:

        Question if you don’t mind, mynameispearl, millions of people will be decked out in green today to support St. Patrick’s Day, including me. Is it cultural appropriation, similar to the K klan wearing bandu knots? It never occurred to me that I was offending someone by wearing green for a day.

      • mynameispearl says:

        No it’s not cultural appropriation at all! Irish people actually mostly love it when people take on their customs and traditions, we look at it as the ultimate compliment! Like when that wee girl from America became famous on Tik Tok doing Irish Dancing to Meghan the Stallion songs we absolutely loved it- Riverdance actually contacted her to see could she perform with the post pandemic lol!! I suppose cultural appropriation for Ireland isnt the same as it is for minority groups because we arent oppressed and we dont punished/ looked down upon for our traditions (anymore). The only thing we take exception to is an Irish celebrity/ sportsperson being rebranded as British when they do well 🤷‍♀️😂

        It’s why when Kate and William were here we loved to see Kate attempt to play camogie (national womens game), and we loved to see Harry and Meghan meet President Higgins and his dogs :) I dont know why exactly but we love the validation haha

        I’ve lived in Australia, America, and England, and I loved it when Ireland got celebrated for good things, if everyone wore green and shamrock today I am all for it. It’s silly and fun.

        Also, it’s a misconception that the Irish hate the English, we have mostly hated the British state- but so many Irish emigrated to England that we practically think of some of them as little Ireland (Liverpool, Manchester etc).

      • Aphra says:

        Hahahahaha! (says every Irish person reading this! It ain’t cultural appropriation, because wearing green isn’t part of Irish Culture!)

      • Wiglet Watcher says:

        Mynameispearl
        I was under the impression Ireland doesn’t care much for American st. Patrick’s day and it’s not as big there as it is here in terms of getting drunk and wearing green. Right? Wrong?

      • Purpeller says:

        As an Irish person, I love that other countries celebrate our national day every year. Most countries do not care about other’s national holidays. You might get a few mentions of US 4/7 or Bastille Day here but otherwise nothing.

        I see it as part of our benign colonisation of the world. Sure I’d prefer if it was less associated with embarrassing levels of drunkenness but that happens here too. We’ve no parades for a second year running but hopefully we can go mad next year.

      • mynameispearl says:

        @wiglet watcher

        Well this Irish person loves USA St Patricks day (we just don’t like it when they call it St Pattys day lol!, he is Paddy or Patrick). I like that Americans do outlandish things like dye rivers, as long as its ecologically safe I think its fun! I like that the diaspora took something from home and made it their own.

        I’ve been in Sydney, Melbourne, New York, Dublin, and Belfast for Paddys day, and I like it everywhere! Since I was a child I was decked out in my green ribbons and dress for mass and taken to Dublin for the big parade if I was lucky. It and Halloween are my favourite days of the year honestly.

        Agree with @purpeller who puts it very well by calling it our benign colonisation of the world lol! One of the banners from Irish fans in the Euro 2016 tournament was ‘Not here to take to Take Over, Here for the Craic’. Honestly we do get a bad rap for our drinking culture, but Im not sure its anywhere worse than anywhere else, and if people think we are a friendly good craic nation, then that’s great! Actually there is an island in the Caribbean Montserrat where St Patricks day is actually a national holiday (due to the Brits shipping a pile of Irish people off as indentured servants in the 17C) and a lot of them still have Irish names and accents, but apart from the odd redhead they are far from the white Irish stereotype.

        All this to say, Irish people love it when people love anything Irish, we are simple like that lol! Im happy to accept that we are a flawed nation, but if anyone wants to simp for Ireland I’m more than ok with it.

      • Wiglet Watcher says:

        Thanks for the responses!
        And happy St. Paddy’s Day 😉

  9. Mooshe1 says:

    What happened to these two? I mean the joy has been sucked out of these two. They don’t look healthy, especially Kate

    • L84Tea says:

      Bitterness and jealousy is a really exhausting approach to life, and it’s written all over them–especially Kate. I don’t want to pick on her more than William (because they are equally awful), but she has reached haggard levels the last couple of years. She is absolutely eaten up with insecurity and unhappiness.

      • Lady D says:

        I’m lately finding myself torn sometimes when it comes to her. Most days I despise her, some days I feel sorry for her, and some days I’m rooting for her to find a backbone and kick William and her mother out. Mostly though it’s just despair that she will ever become the person I want her to be in her particular position, where she could do so much good. Nor will she be a strong enough mother to protect her children from the heir/spare dynamic they are doomed to play out. She also doesn’t seem to realize that if her charity work output goes up, so will good press. She could remain a shitty person, but it wouldn’t be talked about by the press.

      • Lorelei says:

        @Lady D you articulated my exact feelings about her so well!

        @Alexandria, I honestly don’t know how they can go out there, especially visiting organizations, to promote how much they care about mental health — and William, racism — after the past couple of weeks. I’m sure there have been crisis talks going on, and knowing these two, they’re too arrogant/ignorant to know what a bad look this would be, and they’ll just proceed as planned.

        I wonder if there will be any backlash from any of their patronages?

      • Ania says:

        @Lady D exactly. I don’t like to excuse adults for their behavior, they are the responsible ones. But our family and how we were brought up influences us so much. I think Carol took over Kate’s life and she never allowed her to decide. She’s probably very manipulative as a mother. My own mum, who I love very much, has this tendency to be a bit offended when I decide to do sth different than she would. She comes around in time and but I know how it influenced me as a teenager and how it still hurts me a bit. And add palace machinations and William… I don’t envy Kate. She has every comfort a person could possibly have but looks miserable. She really is stuck because unless William ends things, Carol will never let her leave. And she has no skills, friends, nothing to stand on her feet without help.

        I just cannot imagine that Carol looks at Kate, knows she doesn’t have love, a real partner, has to pretend all the time that her family is perfect and still thinks “We did it! This is what we wanted!” After Diana no loving mother would be happy that her daughter joins this institution. I always think the wedding was bitter-sweet for Doria, she knew it would cost Meghan a lot.

    • Alexandria says:

      There is a theory that stress from guilt causes inflammation. These two know they’re hypocrites, they can try to deny it but the body knows…see Charles rosacea looking worse. The hypocrisy worsens when they go to their charity or patronages trying to champion mental health and equality.

  10. Phoenix says:

    I saw that it was a coat from Zara. I liked the coat. The thing is that Kate is just not this modern, eclectic, inspirational woman. She is just basic and boring and when she tries to dress up in such pieces you can see it even more.
    I’ve also started despising these two!

    • Isabella says:

      I wish, for her sake, that she would learn how to stopping jerking her body while speaking. it’s distracting. She should be better than this by now. As a fellow female, I wish that for her.

  11. equality says:

    Of the world leaders on the video only Kate found it necessary to dress entirely in green. Others wore green accents or just dressed normally. That makes her choices just seem odd.

    • Nic919 says:

      Kate has a childish understanding of things, as has become obvious over the years. All she can do is dress in colours because actually knowing things of substance is beyond her ability. It is a joke that either of them are included in this video as world leaders.

    • SarahCS says:

      Superficial is as deep as they go. Time and time again.

    • Amelie says:

      William was wearing a dark green sweater too. Yes her theme dressing can be tiring but let’s not unnecessarily just pile on Kate (and I am not saying this as a Kate fan).

  12. CMS says:

    I actually like the blazer. Her hair has been looking good lately. My kids wore green to school today. That is all I got on this one.

    • josephine says:

      I was thinking that it was a little too long on her thin face. I like the lack of sausage rolls but I think it woudl flatter her face more if she went for the clavicle length. This length seems to be dragging her down.

      • CMS says:

        well ya. I think I like it because it looks kind of normal and not too done up. I agree, it could be shorter. I think she just looks stressed and tired generally. I mean even if it is all self imposed, this is a monumentally bad week for them. Hard to be too excited about St Patrick’s day when Meghan’s receipts are a ticking time bomb in the back of your mind.

  13. MellyMel says:

    They look…miserable & tired.

  14. Irma Vep says:

    Can’t help noticing Kate Middleton’s physical similarity to Wallis Simpson. Wallis was famed for her meticulous even obsessive grooming, her tightly coiffed hairstyle – never a single hair out of place, a rail-thin figure – narrow-hipped, flat bosomed, her forehead etched with deep horizontal lines, her face fixed in a hard tight expression, and her clothes frequently tailored to give her a sharp silhouette. Everything tightly buttoned up and unyielding. Those wishing to criticise Meghan have claimed a commonality with Mrs Simpson – both were ‘American divorcees’ . But that’s where the similarity ends. Meghan’s natural friendliness, sincerity and soft expression and her graceful acceptance of her rounded post-partum body are the antithesis of the brittle Wallis and Kate.

  15. Harper says:

    What is with William turning to talk to Kate during that as if they always naturally interacted with each other ala the Sussexes? And Kate is all, nah, I’m not meeting your eyes because I’m pissed at you and I have to keep my eyes locked on the cue cards. Gold Standard Advisors telling Will to stop acting like he can’t stand Kate but Kate is not playing along.

    • luna says:

      Kate not playing along was a bit cringy. Forced jokes, fake synchronized teleprompter speech – they behave like they’re going to present a prestigious award. Compared to the other speakers, they sound so forced and fake. And the other speakers are f-ing prime ministers, the REAL representatives of people. Monarchy is so out touch, they really need to take the stick out of their a**

    • Dl says:

      I think it was supposed to be a “cute interaction” but it went over like a fart in church

  16. Robin says:

    I always watch their videos with the sound off! I know the message is going to be boring and without heart, but it’s interesting to see their body language. I really don’t like the faked posh English voice. When people posh up their voices it becomes fragile and difficult to hold, so they pitch it too low and it distorts their mouth shape. Her talking drives me mad, basically. I wonder what she’s like in private. Maybe she relaxes and it’s all ‘cor blimey’ and then she poshes it back up every time the butler walks in.

    • Cecilia says:

      That’s exactly what i did LOL. I might be the only one here but to me they seemed uncomfortable but not with each other. I thought i even saw a little glint of happiness in her eyes when she turned to speak to william. Noticed how their heads were going up and down the segment they were on? They are simply not good with fun and spontaneous things.

    • Lady D says:

      I’d be worried that I couldn’t keep the fake accent up in conversation and my normal voice would come through. I can’t imagine the amount of practice that would take, or help note that she could have put that kind of practice into learning a new actual language.

      • Lyds says:

        I think that is exactly why Kate is such a horrible public speaker. She’s so concerned with how she SOUNDS that she doesn’t pay any attention to what she SAYS. Style over substance, every time.

        The most glaring example was her unveiling of the “Hold Still” photography project; what an opportunity to say something meaningful and touching, and yet her speech was basically, “I’m so excited to finally unveil these winning results!” Completely disjointed with the pandemic theme. And it was an amazing project, too!

  17. Irma Vep says:

    Can’t help noticing Kate Middleton’s physical similarity to Wallis Simpson. Wallis was famed for her meticulous even obsessive grooming, her tightly coiffed hairstyle with never a single hair out of place, a rail-thin figure – narrow-hipped, flat bosomed, her forehead etched with deep horizontal lines, her face fixed in a hard tight expression, and her clothes frequently tailored to give her a sharp silhouette. Everything tightly buttoned up and unyielding. Those wishing to criticise Meghan Markle have claimed a commonality with Mrs Simpson – both were ‘American divorcees’ . But that’s where the similarity ends. Meghan’s natural friendliness, sincerity and soft expression and her graceful acceptance of her rounded post-partum body are the antithesis of the brittle Wallis and Kate.

  18. CidyKitty(CidySmiley) says:

    The bright green isn’t cute. She looks good in jewel tones, this neon kind of washes her out.

    William looks like a thumb.

  19. Kap12 says:

    Kate’s accent sounds so weird and unnatural. I know many of made comments about a fake posh accent. But it’s like a fake English accent. You can tell the way she is speaking is abnormal. It’s weird.

    • MF1 says:

      It’s funny: I’m an American, and even I can tell her accept is weird and awkward!

      • Chaine says:

        Me too, I mean I don’t expect everyone from England to talk as if they just walked off the set of Eastenders but she sounds as if she is contorting her tongue and throat to speak that way.

    • Robin says:

      It’s a truly awful approximation of an aristocratic accent. Why she has done this to herself, I don’t know. She now has to maintain it. Ex public school voices over here tend to sound like William and Harry. In fact, the people I know who come from this background, and above, do not talk like this. Please do not think this accent is anything to aspire to over here. I imagine this is one of the reasons she ran into such difficulty with the Norfolk set – they would have found this funny. It’s really sad, because it reflects so much of where she went wrong. When they got married people thought she would bring a bit of middle class realness to the RF. And all she actually did was copy the template, learn to smile and address people properly, and for some reason talk like this. She now sounds stilted, and has to talk slowly and deeply.

  20. MLouise says:

    they are sad, they appear to have their focus on appearances and that makes all feel empty

  21. Sue Denim says:

    maybe it’s just me but I think she looks like she’s about to cry at the end of their bit…

  22. Noki says:

    Oh their suddenly Mr and Miss Congeniality. We have not forgotten the many years they refused to play ball until a young charismatic ,hard working and likeable couple came along,now they want to be seen all over their place and playing happy families with grandpa Charles.

  23. Izzy says:

    Is it too much to ask that people start photoshopping other images onto Katie Keenbridge’s green outfit? Why wear a green screen if we can’t have a little fun with it?

  24. Anony83 says:

    Raise your hand if you just wish they’d had a video of the wolfhound instead? That big, beautiful dog is my favorite part of that event every year.

  25. The Duchess says:

    Is green the only thing Kate thinks of when it comes to Ireland? How predictable! They both look haggard, but I guess that’s what a life of bitterness, racism and jealously really does to you. Kate in particular looks like she’s about to burst into tears, which is becoming an often look with her 👀. I have nothing good to say when they do these stupid videos because I know it doesn’t come from a place of love, sincerity and kindness. They both deserve each other.

  26. SarahCS says:

    From my trips to the US with work it seems that wearing green and getting dressed up for St Patrick’s day is a thing over there but that’s not really the case here in the UK, particularly if you’re not Irish. My Irish boyfriend just came down with a WTF story about one of his colleagues wearing an Irish rugby shirt on their team call this morning. He was confused!

    You don’t have to theme dress!

    • FicklePickle says:

      Yeah, I mean, nobody does England cosplay on St. George’s day, or Scotland cosplay on St. Andrew’s day…though I would LOVE to see the English try to wear kilts outside on November 30th.

  27. Tiffany says:

    That face work tho……

    She needs to calm that all the way down.

    • ShazBot says:

      I know. I really try to live by “let people do what makes them happy” but man…I wish people didn’t feel compelled to do this to their faces! I feel the same way about Jess Mulroney. Ladies – you are beautiful!! Stop putting things in your faces that make them all stiff or puffy! Once you cross the line of “obvious work” it’s hard to go back.

  28. Hollah says:

    All these years and Kate is still bad at this stuff. It’s not a public speaking engagement – just a recorded video. She is still bouncing on her feet, can’t maintain a pleasant expression and can’t speak clearly.

  29. Cottage Cat says:

    Ooh! Folks fainting because Boleyn-Middleton wore green for St. Patrick’s day!! I give my refuse collectors and local shop keepers more gratitude, frankly.

  30. LightPurple says:

    Domhnall.

    Where is Domhnall?

    Domhnall is all that matters.

    Bring back Domhnall!

  31. Elizabeth says:

    That was awful.

  32. Mamasan says:

    Why am I hoping she just turns and clocks him right in the face? She looks like she wants to. Or is it me?

  33. Sophie says:

    I’ll never compliment PWT on his (awful) looks – he has truly not aged well – but Kate looks ten years older than him.

  34. Lemons says:

    This poor couple. They can’t even do fake banter right. Did Kate even look at him when he said his little joke?

    When Justin Trudeau singlehandedly blows the celebrity royals out of the water on a St. Patrick’s Day message, you know they did a poor job. At least they got out of bed and tried…

  35. Caitriona O Reilly says:

    Sun is shinning here today , children are all waving their huge flags outside playing , glorious happy day , From everyone here in sunny Ireland , Happy St Patricks Day x

    Ps . v impressed with Justin !

  36. Dee says:

    Kate hauls out the Grandma Chic in “gag me” green. Her hair is framing that V neck. And no coordination with Normal Bill, wearing a totally different shade in a cool tone of hunter green.

  37. Jaded says:

    I watched the clip with the sound turned off. All I could think was she looks like she’s sucking on a particularly bitter lemon and he looks like an utter goober.

  38. NotSoSocialButterfly says:

    Well, green *is* a natural color for them, as we all know.

  39. amadabasura says:

    They are Protestant and should be wearing orange. Under the Act of Settlement 1701 anyone who is Roman Catholic or marries one is disqualified from inheriting the throne. Sh
    allow hypocrits.

  40. NotSoSocialButterfly says:

    Good lord. Those two are the most wooden, white bread- charisma vacuums on the planet.

  41. Reece says:

    Hmmm. I saw Biden, Trudeau, Arden and some others including Princess Takamado (who I’ve never heard speak, it was kinda cool). I must have blocked them out

  42. Miss Margo says:

    I was just thinking, “damn, so many white people.” But then I realized, it’s an Irish holiday, and they are white.

  43. Emily_C says:

    The English monarchy got their practice in colonialism by conquering the Irish and treating them worse than garbage for centuries upon centuries. But look, they wear green now on St. Patrick’s Day, all’s good right? They’re so gross.

  44. Feebee says:

    My Irish dad refused to become a NZ citizen because there was no way he was swearing his allegiance to that ****** ******. He was pretty mild mannered usually so this opened my eyes to a few things.

    But them wearing green on St Paddy’s day is soooooo nice.

  45. SenseOfTheAbsurd says:

    So, I assume this will go down like a cup of cold sick in the Republic?

    • Gobo says:

      We are very happy that so many people from so many nations celebrate this day with us. However, when it comes to British royal platitudes we (generally speaking) tend to… nod and smile. Politely. Perhaps with a clenched jaw. I doubt a single person I know watched this, or was even aware of it. I doubt I would if I didn’t follow this site..

  46. Meghan's DonkeySanctuary(formerly cherriepie84) says:

    Why is she hoping on her legs like that??

  47. Jumpingthesnark says:

    Those gross BRF colonizers need to get the Irish language out of their mouths. His ancestors made it illegal for the Irish people to speak Irish Gaelic. So not cute at all. I liked the rest of the congrats from the other heads of state though!

  48. wasp05 says:

    Someone described Kate as with a face like a slapped arse. I dunno if they were Irish but damn, I’ve never looked at her the same way again

  49. Wiglet Watcher says:

    Kate got nice fillers in her cheeks. No argument there.

    I do want to ask a Kate fan… or someone sympathetic to her. Is there anything about her worth praising or what draws people to like her outside of the press narrative which we know is manipulated to her favor or her physical appearance? Has she done an act of kindness Independent of the tabloid press, KP, and BRF scheduled appearances that draws in admiration? What has Kate shown of herself that displays a likable quality?

  50. april says:

    A friend of mine said it’s because she’s obedient and does what she’s told.

  51. Keri says:

    Hahaha! “Crickets” at what makes Karen Kensington likeable?