The Duchess of Cambridge, 40, is number one in Tatler’s best-dressed list for 2022. Royal commentator Richard Eden commented on the Duchess of Sussex not making the top 10, questioning if it was a “bit harsh”.
Mr Eden tweeted: “Bit harsh? Duchess of Cambridge is Number One in @tatlermagazine’s Best Dressed list for 2022 while Duchess of Sussex fails to make top ten.”
Tatler described future queen Kate’s style as “sovereign superstar”.
It added: “Everything should be perfectly tailored, embracing current catwalk trends through a lens of appropriate dress lengths and classic silhouettes.”
‘Real zeal!’ Prince Charles ‘excited about plans’ at Sandringham Estate in Norfolk
Prince Charles is “excited about his plans” for the Queen’s Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, a report has claimed.
The Duke of Cornwall is reportedly demonstrating his growing influence in the Royal Family by spending even more time at the Queen’s Norfolk estate.
Sandringham, which has hosted many of the Firm’s Christmases, has been considered a special place for the Royal Family.
It was purchased by Queen Victoria in 1862 and was even the location in which George VI died.
However, according to MailOnline, the Prince of Wales has now established himself as Sandringham’s steward.
The Queen also appears to have taken a backward step after it was revealed the 96-year-old monarch, who has faced mobility problems in recent months, prefers to spend her time at the nearby Wood Farm.
Queen to interrupt stay at beloved Balmoral to meet new Prime Minister in September
The Queen is planning to interrupt her traditional summer holiday in Scotland to travel over 800 miles back to England to announce the new Prime Minister, reports claim.
The results of the Conservative leadership race will be announced on September 5, as either Liz Truss or Rishi Sunak will be Britain’s next Prime Minister.
The Queen is currently on holiday at Balmoral, the traditional summer home of the Royal Family.
It is tradition for the Queen to travel to Balmoral Castle, located in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, in mid-July before coming back to London in early October.
However, this year the Queen is to make an exception as Boris Johnson will officially resign as Prime Minister on September 6, the day after the results of the Tory leadership results will be announced.
As the head of state, it is an important constitutional role that the Queen appoints a new Prime Minister and gives them permission to lead the new Government in her name.
Boris Johnson will be the 14th Prime Minister the Queen has succeeded in her 70-year reign as Britain’s monarch.
‘Very difficult!’ Queen faced struggles blending Crown and family without ‘role models’
Queen Elizabeth II faced struggles attempting to blend her role as monarch with family titles, an expert has claimed.
The 96-year-old Queen marked her 70th year on the throne earlier this year as Brits celebrated her Platinum Jubilee.
However, having taken to the throne as a mother-of-two aged just 25 shortly after the death of her father George VI, much has been made of Her Majesty’s role models inside the Firm.
Sally Bedell Smith, the Queen’s biographer, told PEOPLE: “[It] was very difficult for her to blend that role of wife and mother and head of state. She didn’t have any role models.”
She added: “Her mother [Elizabeth] had been a very good Queen Consort and Elizabeth had learned some from her father.
“But in a way, she had to develop her own approach to being Queen.”
‘She’s got to play Netball, stop!’ Kate warned as Princess Charlotte looks to switch sports
Princess Charlotte has taken inspiration from the English women’s hockey team and has excitedly informed her mother she now wishes to switch from netball.
Charlotte’s sporty ambitions have been revealed right before the Commonwealth Games makes history with the first “Super Sunday” event for women.
This Sunday will feature three finals with women’s hockey, cricket and netball competitions.
The young royal stole the show at the Commonwealth Games this week in Birmingham where the young royal attended with Kate Middleton and Prince William.
This is the first public royal engagement the Princess undertook without her brothers.
A Commonwealth Games board member disclosed that Charlotte enjoyed watching the women’s hockey team and now wishes to play the sport.
The women’s hockey team beat India 3-1 on Tuesday and made it into the final after beating New Zealand on Friday night.
The young royal would be following in the footsteps of her Mum, as Kate Middleton has been a hockey player since high school and even practised with the British women’s hockey team during the 2012 Olympics.