Kate Middleton's fashion secrets: clutch is more than important accessory

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The pictures of Kate Middleton when she's not styled with the classic clutch are able to explain why Duchess of Cambridge is so high appreciates the clutches.

As for the monarchy's younger generation, William, Harry, and Kate are some of the friendliest royals of our time, interacting with admirers at their slew of worldwide events, so here's a pro tip for you: ask for a selfie instead of an autograph. Although we can kind of understand this particular restriction - along with the rest of the royal family, Kate Middleton isn't allowed to sign autographs. Only the prince Harry dérogea in 2010 to the protocol by signing "Charles 2010" on one of his portraits that he was handed a victim of flooding.

Among them were Tony and Meg Hendy - whose home in St Blazey had been deluged with water and mud.

They're not allowed to vote.

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She asked him: "Can I be really cheeky please sir and can I have your autograph for my young son Tom?"

As intensely public as the royal family is, it makes sense that the way they sign their names should remain private for security reasons. After all, Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, Prince William, Duchess Catherine, Prince Harry. pretty much the whole crew is so famous and so well-known that it would be impossible to try and forge anything of importance.

Charles then stunned his protection squad by asking one of them to find a piece of paper for him to sign. Lacking practice, Meghan's companion Markle had even apologized for his " trembling writing"; The reason for the fact that he had never written standing ...