Princess Kate’s butt has been in the headlines of late.
I was listening to the radio last week when I heard that the German media has upset the palace by publishing a cheeky picture of the lovely Duchess of Cambridge. Or more specifically, a photo of Princess Kate’s butt.
It was taken on William and Kate’s recent visit to Australia, where it seems that a combination of a full skirt and a helicopter meant that Kate had a bit of a wardrobe malfunction. This is the dress she was wearing at the time:
When I first heard the story, I had a vision of Princess Kate’s butt clad in a pair of demure white Bonds cottontails. However, after seeing the pics for myself, I’m guessing (hoping?!) Kate was wearing a g-string, rather than doing an Anne Hathaway (ie no knickers at all).
I’ve noticed this seems to happen to Princess Kate a bit – obviously the Queen hasn’t yet taken her aside and taught her the royal protoc0l of having weights sewn into one’s hemlines, to keep the royal privates, well, private.
(Should the press have run the pictures? Honestly, I think if Kate was that bothered about it, she would be more careful about the clothes she wears and take steps to prevent her hemlines flapping in the breeze in the first place. I reckon she just has a bit of a giggle over it all!)
I Must Confess: if I had Princess Kate’s butt (and figure, for that matter), I wouldn’t worry about showing it off every now and then either!
Obviously, a shapely bottom runs in the family. Who can forget all the attention her sister Pippa’s butt received at the royal wedding?
So now we know: Kate is a thoroughly modern princess, rocking a g-string under her royal outfits.
Personally, I’ve never really gotten the whole g-string thing. To me, they are about as comfortable and practical as having a piece of dental floss wedged in your bum crack. As in, not comfortable at all.
Miss 17 tells me that’s because I haven’t been wearing the right ones. Apparently if you get the right size, they can be quite comfortable. But that hasn’t been my experience at all.
I told her I think it’s because I have more sensitive “bits”. To which she stuck her fingers in her ears and started singing “La la la” very loudly.
Maybe my dislike of g-strings is just another sign of being middle aged. Sigh.
Are you a fan of a g-string? Or as mystified as I am?!