It seems like the Duchess of Cambridge can't go anywhere without being snapped without her clothes on. Just two weeks after shots of a topless Kate were published in various European mags, shots of Will's wife's bare bum hit the Internet. Let's just say Prince Harry probably isn't complaining about all the fuss surrounding a naked royal that isn't him!
Not long before Kate's naked photo scandal (24 days to be exact), her brother-in-law was caught partying in Las Vegas in only his birthday suit! Not that we're complaining, but we're sure Will's little brother turned fifty shades of red when he saw pics of himself cupping his privates all over the Internet, not to mention The Sun's uncanny front-page reenactment.
Really! Reported guests for William's super-secret stag party included people with names like—no joke—Thomas van Straubenzee, Ed and Hugh van Cutsem, and Tom "Skippy" Inskip (pictured).
Squidgy, in fact. The guy who gave it to her? James Gilbey, a car dealer, heir to an enormous gin fortune—and Diana's extramarital lover. The pair reportedly ended the affair once their relationship went public in a to-do known as Squidgygate. Because, lord knows, it's not really a scandal unless there's a "gate" on the end. Even in England.
Or, well, the British equivalent of a Girl Scout troop. Over in England, they actually have "Girl Guides." In 1937, lil' Liz's handlers (waaay before she was queen) created the 1st Buckingham Palace Company so that the princess could have her own troop. Children of palace employees and the royal household also joined.
On the day World War II ended, the then-princess went out and celebrated on the street, unrecognized. She later recalled, "We asked my parents if we could go out and see for ourselves. I remember we were terrified of being recognized...I remember lines of unknown people linking arms and walking down Whitehall, all of us just swept along on a tide of happiness and relief."
Not a misprint. When she married Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark in 1947, she received, among 2,499 other things, a piece of crocheted cotton lace made from yarn personally spun by Mahatma Gandhi.
The good news for her: It was detachable.
He got it in 2003, in celebration of his "coming of age." This is not to be confused with the official Royal Wedding stamps, which are being sold through the British Royal Mail service. Now you know.
But that was when he was 7, and only until his brother, Harry—then 5—broke the news that William had to be king instead.
He was 1 year old at the time. The writer: Alan Jay Lerner, better known as the man who wrote musicals such as My Fair Lady and Camelot.
Well he does! Really! Look! OK, sure, maybe that's just a flash camera making a pair of ruby-red boxers appear rather pastel, but either way: Shocking!
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