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The Duchess of Cambridge is constantly being compared to Princess Diana.
An American Queen Steamboat Co. spokesman said the company will be making about 80 stops in New Orleans over the next year between the Duchess and the American Queen, another riverboat in the company's fleet.
The Duchess finishes before the Prince can even get to step two, poor guy.
The Duke and Duchess are shown a series of exhibits that illustrate the conditions in which prisoners had to live at Stutthof.
As the Duchess of Cambridge and a fairy tale-esque story to her rise to royalty, Kate Middleton is one of the most beloved figures in the British Royal Family.
Ashley says Monique should be the duchess of Potomac, which stings Karen.
Getty Kate Middleton, and the entire royal family in general, are usually quite private about their lives—but for some inexplicable reason the Duchess was in the mood to spill tea during a recent interview about tennis.
The Duchess by Danielle Steel (Delacorte, fiction, on sale June 27)
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