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By Jordan Bartel, assistant editor, b | December 3, 2012
Confession: We got a bit too excited when we heard the news today that Kate Middleton's expecting a little royal baby. Apparently, so did everyone else. We've rounded up the best (er, funniest) reactions to Will and Kate's big news. "#royalbaby is trending. So soon there will be a new half-blood Prince?" - @Lord_Voldemort7 "I hope Royal Baby and Blue Ivy Carter become best friends" - @BrooklynDecker "God tells me the child is male, will be named Henry IX & the colonies better re-learn how to bend the sodding knee.
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By Will FespermanThe Baltimore Sun | June 20, 2014
In its trek to reach Annapolis from California, an Annapolis cycling squad was slightly ahead of a team that includes Pippa Middleton — sister of Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge — late Thursday as they took part in the 3,000-mile Race Across America. The 30-year-old Pippa Middleton is completing the race with seven others to raise money for the Michael Matthews Foundation, a childhood education nonprofit, and also for the British Heart Foundation. But Team Friends Foundation, of Annapolis, had a 60-mile lead on Middleton's team when the cyclists passed through Indiana on Thursday morning.
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By Will Fesperman, The Baltimore Sun | June 16, 2014
Pippa Middleton - sister of Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge - is expected to arrive in Annapolis late this week or early next week on the final leg of a 3,000-mile bike race across the United States. The Race Across America, as the trek is known, crosses 12 states and the Arizona desert, departing from Oceanside Calif. According to her donation website, Middleton is using the opportunity to raise money for the British Heart Foundation and the Michael Matthews Foundation, a childhood education nonprofit.
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By Will Fesperman, The Baltimore Sun | June 16, 2014
Pippa Middleton - sister of Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge - is expected to arrive in Annapolis late this week or early next week on the final leg of a 3,000-mile bike race across the United States. The Race Across America, as the trek is known, crosses 12 states and the Arizona desert, departing from Oceanside Calif. According to her donation website, Middleton is using the opportunity to raise money for the British Heart Foundation and the Michael Matthews Foundation, a childhood education nonprofit.
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Susan Reimer | April 27, 2011
There is only one reason to get up at 4 o'clock in the morning and turn on the television, and that's the dress. The well-kept secret of what Kate Middleton will wear when she weds Britain's Prince William early Friday morning (our time) will finally be revealed when she steps out of the limo with her father, Michael, and I want to see it in real time. No DVR for me. No "Dateline" recap. No Google photos. I want to be able to say I was there when the world got its first glimpse of Kate in her wedding dress.
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By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | April 29, 2011
The sun wasn't even up yet, but the partying had already started at Union Jack's in Columbia. Royal weddings, after all, come along only once in a generation. "A wedding like this, it's history," said Union Jack's owner Gary Ouellette, whose restaurant was packed with more than 100 star-struck royal watchers by the time the London wedding ceremony of Prince William and Kate Middleton started at 6 a.m. "We may not see anything quite like this again in our lifetime. " Don't say that to Mary Anne Johnson, Frances Thomas and Cathy Graham.
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By Matt Vensel | July 6, 2011
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are touring Canada this week, and I imagine it's slightly less exciting than when the Beatles came across the pond back in the day. On Tuesday, Prince William, with new bride Kate Middleton standing on the sidelines, picked up a stick and challenged a 20-year-old Canadian goalie to a street hockey shootout. He was as bad at hockey as you would expect a British prince to be. [ Via Deadspin ]
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | April 5, 2012
For brides-to-be who want to tap into what's au courant this spring, remember: More is more when it comes to the veil; choose shoes you'll want to wear again; and find a sassy second dress for the reception. Influenced by last year's wedding of Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton, and Middleton's classic style, the year's most popular wedding trends marry tradition with a big pop of personality. Here are some local options for aisle style. The second dress While "second dress" used to mean the one a bride might wear to her second wedding, modern brides are loving the idea of changing into a more dance-friendly dress for the reception.
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By Sarah Kickler Kelber and The Baltimore Sun | December 3, 2012
Kate Middleton is pregnant! I won't deny that at first, the news made me squeal with joy a bit at just the idea of a royal baby. The news broke today -- rather early, actually -- because the Duchess of Cambridge is in the hospital for extreme morning sickness, and she's expected to be there for several days. I suspect Kate and Prince William wouldn't have made the announcement quite so early otherwise. (The due date isn't being shared yet because she is less than 12 weeks pregnant.)
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | July 18, 2012
As nations battle it out for sports supremacy at the Olympics in London this summer, we can all acknowledge that when it comes to fashion, the Brits have us beat. Vivienne Westwood, Victoria Beckham, Burberry, Kate Moss, Kate Middleton, Twiggy, the late Princess Diana and Alexander McQueen ... what is it about the British that allows them to excel at clothing design and setting standards? It starts with their willingness to try new colors and styles, according to Felicia Peele, head of Fashionably Young, a nonprofit fashion image consultant in Baltimore.
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July 22, 2013
The world is about to get another Windsor as Kate Middleton is reported to be in labor (or labour, if you like). Also in Britain, Phil Mickelson has shown that he still deserves to be golf royalty, with a Sunday win at the British Open.  And, rounding up a very British day, the UK has announced that it will block some content by default on home Internet connections, unless it is specifically requested. (The government claims this will be used only to block pornography.) ||Trending now|| # RoyalBaby , #RoyalBabyNames, Kate Middleton Where: Twitter Why: Prince William's wife Kate has gone into labor and been admitted to a hospital for the birth of the couple's first child, who will be third in line to the British throne, his office said on Monday.
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Susan Reimer | January 9, 2013
America has a remarkably close relationship with its previous owner. It seems we no sooner threw off the yoke of George III than we started collecting mugs decorated with the images of royal wedding partners. England and the United States have been staunch allies for more than a century, and what diplomats call "a special relationship" has matured with time and wars. And as the breadth and might of British Empire diminished and we emerged as a world power, we still looked to the English with the respect of a student who has surpassed his tutor but cannot bring himself to acknowledge the new order.
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By Sarah Kickler Kelber and The Baltimore Sun | December 3, 2012
Kate Middleton is pregnant! I won't deny that at first, the news made me squeal with joy a bit at just the idea of a royal baby. The news broke today -- rather early, actually -- because the Duchess of Cambridge is in the hospital for extreme morning sickness, and she's expected to be there for several days. I suspect Kate and Prince William wouldn't have made the announcement quite so early otherwise. (The due date isn't being shared yet because she is less than 12 weeks pregnant.)
HEALTH
By Andrea K. Walker | December 3, 2012
The world is abuzz about the pregnancy of the Dutchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, which some publications report likely had to reveal the news after being hospitalized with hyperemesis gravidarum.  But what exactly is hyperemesis gravidarum? The condition is so rare that Robert O. Atlas, the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore, questioned at first whether reports were correct that she had the illness.  He said it is a syndrome that inflicts less than 1 percent of pregnant women.
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By Jordan Bartel, assistant editor, b | December 3, 2012
Confession: We got a bit too excited when we heard the news today that Kate Middleton's expecting a little royal baby. Apparently, so did everyone else. We've rounded up the best (er, funniest) reactions to Will and Kate's big news. "#royalbaby is trending. So soon there will be a new half-blood Prince?" - @Lord_Voldemort7 "I hope Royal Baby and Blue Ivy Carter become best friends" - @BrooklynDecker "God tells me the child is male, will be named Henry IX & the colonies better re-learn how to bend the sodding knee.
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | July 18, 2012
As nations battle it out for sports supremacy at the Olympics in London this summer, we can all acknowledge that when it comes to fashion, the Brits have us beat. Vivienne Westwood, Victoria Beckham, Burberry, Kate Moss, Kate Middleton, Twiggy, the late Princess Diana and Alexander McQueen ... what is it about the British that allows them to excel at clothing design and setting standards? It starts with their willingness to try new colors and styles, according to Felicia Peele, head of Fashionably Young, a nonprofit fashion image consultant in Baltimore.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg | May 4, 2011
We'll get to the more serious Kentucky Derby news soon, but before we do, a brief word about patriotic fashion. Although it's only Wednesday here at Churchill Downs, you can already take a stroll of the grounds and see countless beautiful women wearing the kind of gigantic, gaudy hats that have become an important Derby stable during the last 100-plus years. And while I mostly ignored the Royal Wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton, I couldn't help but be struck today by how much better our ridiculous formal headware is in America than the ridiculous formal headware in England.
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July 22, 2013
The world is about to get another Windsor as Kate Middleton is reported to be in labor (or labour, if you like). Also in Britain, Phil Mickelson has shown that he still deserves to be golf royalty, with a Sunday win at the British Open.  And, rounding up a very British day, the UK has announced that it will block some content by default on home Internet connections, unless it is specifically requested. (The government claims this will be used only to block pornography.) ||Trending now|| # RoyalBaby , #RoyalBabyNames, Kate Middleton Where: Twitter Why: Prince William's wife Kate has gone into labor and been admitted to a hospital for the birth of the couple's first child, who will be third in line to the British throne, his office said on Monday.
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | April 5, 2012
For brides-to-be who want to tap into what's au courant this spring, remember: More is more when it comes to the veil; choose shoes you'll want to wear again; and find a sassy second dress for the reception. Influenced by last year's wedding of Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton, and Middleton's classic style, the year's most popular wedding trends marry tradition with a big pop of personality. Here are some local options for aisle style. The second dress While "second dress" used to mean the one a bride might wear to her second wedding, modern brides are loving the idea of changing into a more dance-friendly dress for the reception.
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By Katie V. Jones | August 7, 2011
If only the duke and duchess of York, William and Kate Middleton, had known before their trip to California that Kate's distant cousin, Francis Scott Key, had been a guest at Union Mills Homestead. Had they known, perhaps the 23-room house, which dates back to 1797, would have then been included on their trip. If the newlyweds ever do come for a tour, there's a good chance "Pops" will be their guide. Jack "Pops" Norris, 75, specializes in tours for children. The animated guide goes to great lengths to make history come alive and interesting, and one of his many props is a picture of the royal couple.
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