11:05 AM EDT 10/29/2013
Originally posted 07/25/2011 11:25AM
The Duchess of Cambridge and her family may have had their phones hacked by British journalists, whose intrusion into royal circles was more widespread than originally believed, says a new report.
It was previously thought that only Prince William, Prince Harry and three royal aides had voicemails illegally intercepted. But other members of the Royal Family, as well as their family and friends, were also targeted – possibly including the Middletons – according to the U.K.'s Sunday Telegraph.
"It was much more widespread than was known at the time, and it involved a lot more people and a lot more hacking at all levels," a source tells the paper. The palace had no comment.
Originally posted 05/04/2011 12:50PM
Even as she was officially becoming a Duchess and wife to a Prince, Catherine proved she was no royal pain to deal with!
Quite the contrary, says Alexander McQueen creative director Sarah Burton, who designed Kate's stunning dress for her walk down the Westminster Abbey aisle.
"It was made for her and has a lot of her personality in it," Burton told a group of shoppers Tuesday at a Saks Fifth Avenue event in New York City. According to WWD, the designer revealed the princess was absolutely lovely to work with, telling one customer that the Duchess of Cambridge was really low maintenance and that the collaboration on the famed wedding dress between them was 50-50.
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