So remember the hoopla surrounding the Royal Wedding? You know, when we were bombarded with 24/7 coverage about what Kate and Pippa were wearing, what kind of china they’d be eating off, who made their shoes, and what kind of shampoo the princess used on her gorgeous locks?
Much like our own weddings, the time zaps by in an instant. The only difference between Kate Middleton and the average bride is that Kate gets to keep wearing the tiaras and party dresses all year long. Just like your little girl.
In the spirit of promoting imaginative play and the new launch of WallCandy’s French Bull Princess Wall Decals, we thought we would check back in with Princess Kate to see what she has been up to since saying “I Do.”
Well, just she won my heart over by celebrating her 30th birthday in January by staging a 1980s-style disco and karaoke dance party with Duran Duran songs and 80s-themed cocktails with creative names like “The Ferris Bueller Fizz,” the “Pacman Martini,” the “Back to the Future,” and my favorite, “The Walkman.”
Princess Kate, also known as the Duchess of Cambridge, opened up a new art show this week at London’s National Portrait Gallery, while Prince William was busy on a routine six-week training mission for the Royal Air Force in the Falkland Islands (that “war” was so 1980s, too). It’s good to know that Britain isn’t just letting their prince play dress-up with the military uniforms.
But back to your daughter(s) and the bedroom or playroom walls….
So you get four princesses in all and as you’ll notice, they are not skewed to the traditional blonde stereotype (not that there is anything wrong with blonde princesses). Hey, why can’t a princess have strawberry pink or purple hair? They’re princesses!
And if you’re secretly feeling guilty about missing Princess Kate’s Birthday, you may want to check out our Special Occasions section.