Beyonce, 31, posted a flurry of Blue Ivy-related pics on her rather-fabulous Tumblr over the weekend, showing off the 17-month-old princess of hip hop’s crown, designer dress and money-can’t-buy Tom Ford baby heels. I can feel Suri’s rage from here.
It’s another screaming delivery for expectant parents. Maybe that’s a bit cruel, but Kiwi mums who give birth on the same day as the Duchess of Cambridge will be given another bundle – an album of lullabies by the New Zealand soprano Hayley Westenra.
It was almost a palace coup in reverse. With the cool, crisp disdain of a modern-day Victoria, India's Rajmata of Gwalior informed the governor of the state of Madhya Pradesh last week that 36 members of the state's ruling Congress Party had defected to her opposition United Front Party.
ATHENE PALACECountess Waldeck-McBrlde .The Countess Waldeck takes current history out of the funeral parlor and puts it into the Grand Hotel. Her book is as perversely engrossing, gossipy and gamy as a clandestine conversation in the lobby.
A man’s Self is the sum total of all that he can call his. –William James, 1890 The palace doors came loose on their hinges, and the inventory began tumbling out of the overstuffed world of Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos
“Names make news.” Last week the following names made the following news: George V. A motor ambulance suitable for transporting His Majesty to the Sussex seaside where he will recuperate was driven into the courtyard of Buckingham Palace, last week, and later the Royal physicians announced that they had “thoroughly tested its suitability.” Paul von Hindenburg, President of Germany, eyed last week, for the first time in his life, a cinema
For nearly a hundred years, the Htel le Bristol and five other so-called Parisian palace hotels the Crillon, George V, Meurice, Plaza Athne and Ritz have seen themselves as the guardians of French tradition and grand service. Their flagship restaurants serve only French haute cuisine, and their historic buildings remain as iconic today as they were in the 18th and 19th centuries .
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi says he governs Italy out of a sense of duty and sacrifice, not because he enjoys the job.
A top Saudi official and member of the royal family survived an assassination attempt at his palace in Jeddah, according to the Royal Court.
President Nicolas Sarkozy tried to reassure France Wednesday that his health was in no danger following an emergency trip to a hospital on Sunday. “I would like to say to the people of France that my health is good,” said Sarkozy