Kate Middleton Hints She's Having a Baby Girl!
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Kate Middleton dropped a major hint that she is pregnant with a baby girl during a visit to the National Fishing Heritage Centre in Grimsby, England
When a well-wisher asked the royal if she was about to say "daughter," Middleton smiled and replied coyly, "We're not telling." Another witness, Sandra Cook, overheard the exchange and told reporters: "I said to her: 'You were going to say daughter weren't you?' and she said, 'No, we don't know.'" Remarked Cook, 67, to the Duchess: "I said, 'Oh, I think you do', to which she said: 'We're not telling.'" Middleton, meanwhile, happily clutched the teddy bear gift.
Privately, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
Joe Flacco celebrates historic deal by going to McDonald's?
(Photo: Sherry Norman)
Like Drew Brees before him, Joe Flacco’s first order of business after signing a mammoth contract was to chow down.
The Ravens’ Super Bowl-winning quarterback, who officially became the richest player in NFL history Monday, celebrated his newfound wealth with good ol’ Mickey D’s.
Flacco pulled up to a McDonald’s drive-thru in Aberdeen, Md., about 40 miles from the team’s facility, and ordered a a 10-piece McNugget meal, with fries and an unsweetened iced tea.
The order came to $6.99, but it was an unusual one for Sherry Norman, a Ravens fan who, following the initial stun, snapped a photo of the $120.6 million man.
“I kept saying to the people I work with, ‘Doesn’t that look like Joe Flacco?,’ ” Norman said, via ESPN.com. “And then he turned towards the window and it was him.”
This clearly proves Flacco is just like us everyday folk. Minus the, you know, $52 million in guarantees and all.
Taylor Swift Broke Up With Harry Styles for Cheating, Authorized Source Tells VANITY FAIR
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There is no denying that every songwriter draws from life experiences and past relationships, but it's Swift's particular brand of "guess which famous dude this tune is about" that has brought her more publicity than her songs might warrant on their own. It's Swift's decision to play coy about her love life that creates so much curiosity in the first place -- and that's a fine-tuned strategy at this point.
Case in point -- Vanity Fair writer Nancy Jo Sales, states that one of Swift's rules is that she won't go into the personal details of any of her relationships, but she's authorized someone to discuss them with Sales. And that someone revealed that Styles allegedly "chased" Swift for a year and when she finally gave in he cheated on her.
"The relationship fell apart after [Styles] texted Swift to alert her of a picture on the Internet of him kissing a friend good-bye. They were 'making out like with their hands all up in each other’s hair,'" explained the source.
And just like that, Swift is the victim once again -- the victim of dastardly cheating boys and the sexist media. And yet somehow she wants us all to forget she's the one with countless awards, $57 million in earnings in 2012 and the cover story in Vanity Fair.
Poor Taylor Swift.
For more with Taylor Swift, pick up the April 2013 issue of Vanity Fair on sale March 12.