Is the Queen's money ON A BABY BOY?

Saturday, May 11, 2013

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It seemed that all bets were off when Kate appeared to refer to her "daughter" during a trip to Grimsby in March, and despite the Palace denying that anybody — even Kate — knew the sex of the baby, many bookies paid out, and an army of pink teddy bears and princess dresses were ordered.

Then earlier this week there was a flurry of new activity as rumours that Prince Harry had confirmed that the baby was a boy swirled, and hundreds of punters placed bets on the royal baby being male. Now, new images released today suggest that a certain very important royal might be in on the secret. The picture of the Queen and Kate dressed in dungarees appearing to paint a nursery are part of a spoof shoot to celebrate the launch of Ladbrokes' Royal Baby Odds.

— Daily Mail

'I wore it better!

Funnyman Robin Williams has weighed in on Kim Kardashian's floral fashion choice at Monday's Met Ball — and he thinks he did better as crossdressing octogenarian nanny Euphegenia Doubtfire.

More than a day after Kim blinded cameras with her allfloral Givenchy look, Williams tweeted a photo of himself from his 1993 hit Mrs Doubtfire wearing a similar look along with the caption, "I think I wore it better!"

His joke preceded the dress's designer defending the look as one of his best.

— Daily Mail

Pregnant and proud!

She has received a slew of criticism for her choice of maternity wear over the past few months of her pregnancy.

But Kim Kardashian seemed distinctly unselfconscious as she showed off her blossoming baby bump in a bikini during a recent family holiday to Greece.

Pictured with her long dark hair in long braids, the star displayed her curvy frame in a burgundy two-piece in a photograph featured on the cover of this week's issue of Us Weekly.

— Daily Mail





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