Middleton was admitted to a hospital in London today due to acute morning sickness.
Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, is a best selling author. Her latest book, Ballerina Rosie, is for aspiring ballet dancers. She admits the children’s book is a bit autobiographical, as she went to ballet school and things never seemed to go quite right. But the book isn’t about her.
Prepare yourselves, New York. The tush that took the world by storm after the Royal Wedding may be moving to our neck of the woods.
Tim Tebow’s evangelical personality and playing style have New Yorkers divided on Tebowmania. But this isn’t the first time in recent memory that a polarizing sports star has come to town and inhabited the back pages.
Katrina Darling may be the closest you’ll ever come to seeing the Middleton sisters stripped down.
CBSNewYork has your guide to the best British boutiques in New York City.
As Middleton walked down the aisle in a fairy tale-like procession that captivated billions, one designer on Long Island went to work to replicate the gown, designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen’s fashion house.
The marriage of Prince William and Princess Catherine, the Duke and Dutchess of Cambridge, was reason for celebration from one side of the pond to the other.
Two billion people are expected to watch the royal wedding unfold live on Friday morning – but if you’re looking for more of a party, there’s plenty of places in NYC for you to watch the nuptials of Kate Middleton and Prince William.
Kate Middleton has already worked wonders for British designers and their NYC storefronts with her style choices – and now, one Midtown boutique is devoting their shop to the soon-to-be princess.
Trinity Church, founded by Royal Charter of England in 1967, will host a large-screen viewing of what many are calling “the wedding of the decade.”
For some boutiques and fashion designers in New York City, the press frenzy surrounding the royal wedding is the best thing that ever happened to them.
If you’re looking to cater your royal wedding viewing party with something a little bit classier than the Dunkin’ Donuts Royal Wedding Donut, look no further than this Chelsea bakery.
A royal block party is being planned outside Nicky Perry’s Tea & Sympathy restaurant on Greenwich Avenue.
On both sides of the pond, From Westminster to the West Village, the royal wedding is drumming up sales, Dave Carlin reports.