Prince George is gonna be mad his little sister keeps taking things from his closet!
So what exactly did Charlotte wear for her Christening?
A replica of the same royal gown that has been in her family since 1841!
Well, it turns out the way baby James is in the carrier he's wearing is totally wrong!
The photo got hundreds of thousands of likes, but a lot of concerns were raised in the comments by fans who were quick to point out that the actor's child was not properly positioned in the harness.
Experts are saying that the 38-year-old wasn't using the carrier correctly because the baby's feet were hanging straight down, rather than in a squat position like they're supposed to.
Apparently, having they infant's legs hang together like that could pop her hip out of its socket.
Yikes! No baby should have to experience that!
And that's not all! Experts also say James should have been harnessed in higher up on Ryan's body, so she can be close to enough to be kissed and smelled, since a baby's smell can change depending on whether or not something is wrong with the child.
Wow! We think Ryan makes an adorable father, but maybe he should read the manual for his kiddie carrier next time!
[Image via Blake Lively/Instagram.]
Hmm, interesting tones for July.
For one thing, the black, dark blue, and burgundy shades put us in an autumnal state of mind rather than getting us in the mood for summer.
But we're not stylists or art directors so what do we know? Nothing, that's what.
One thing we can agree on is that the actress' tousled blonde locks are as enviable as ever.
Do you guys like the styling direction taken in this editorial???
See the full spread in the gallery (above)!
[Image via Harper's Bazaar China]
Gwyneth Paltrow thinks comparing Goop to other female celebrity lifestyle brands is, well… poop.
Lately, several A-list actresses have been launching companies that reflect their personality and taste.
So what does Miz Paltrow think about all of this?
She believes it's silly to compare all four, which are so different from each other!
In an interview with TIME Magazine which drops on Friday, The Royal Tenenbaums star SLAMS the media for lumping any and all female-driven ventures!
The 42-year-old exclaimed:
"This is a very interesting question, because I wonder if George Clooney would be asked about Puff Daddy's ancillary liquor line. I'm fascinated how the media in particular are so confounded by entrepreneurial women doing something outside of their box."
In fact, she highlights how distinctive each enterprise is!
"Jessica [Alba], especially, who's a friend of mine—our businesses could not be more different. There's not a lifestyle piece to her business. The fundamentals of our sites are very different. Reese launched—our businesses have similarities, but hers has retail. People are grasping at straws to tie us together and I get it, because it makes a good story, but I'm slightly offended by this sort of generalization that happens with myself and Jessica and Reese and Blake. Yes, there are similarities. But there aren't stories in TIME written saying, "Wow, look at Arnold Schwarzenegger, who did x, y, and z!"'
Preach the truth girl!
The mother of two even thinks making such juxtapositions is absolutely sexist!
"I feel there's something slightly misogynistic about it."
However, does the blonde bombshell even have a tint of jealousy regarding the success of these different projects?
Not at all!
"I'm friends with [Jessica and Reese] and I speak to both of them and I want to do everything I can to support their businesses… I feel very proud when Jessica was on the cover of Forbes. I think that's amazing. You can quantitatively say, "Look what she's done, she's been able to conceive of a business and scale it to that size, in that amount of time."'
Gwyneth is definitely a girl's girl!
[Image via WENN.]
Wow! Guess Blake Lively can now add designer to her résumé!
The actress couldn't help but boast about her first co-design with Amour Vert in collaboration with her lifestyle site, Preserve, to her Instagram page on Tuesday!
She showed off the pretty pink creation, along with the caption:
"I may not be able to draw worth a lick, but I am proud of this dress I co-designed with Amour Vert for@preserve_us You better send me pics if you buy it! I want to share your photos!! #PRSRV so I see it 💕👗💕 https://www.preserve.us/champagne-dress.html?gift=25"
And did you know it's also eco-friendly?? Pretty cool, Blake!
So will U be picking one up?? Cause we bet if this one is successful, there will be more of Blake's designs in the future.
Take that, Gwyneth Paltrow! LOLz!
[Image via Blake Lively/Instagram.]
On Saturday, Deadpool posted a rather adventurous photo of himself riding a motorcycle with no hands to his Instagram, saying:
"Don't try this at home. Particularly, in the living room."
Well… the stunt clearly didn't humor Blake, because she posted a pic of her own calling her husband out!
Amy Schumer calls out female objectification in Hollywood once again!
The comedian aired a sketch on Inside Amy Schumer that addressed how some young female celebrities act during late night interviews!
Schumer starred as the giggly Amy Lake Blively with Bill Hader as host Cliffley! Her character flirts her way through the interview promoting Baz Luhrmann's musical remake of Blade Runner and insists she doesn't know how to sit wearing her leggy dress!
Lake's legs progressively grow more shiny and bronzed as she talks about having a crush on Cliffley, being cold, and liking comic books!
When she tells the audience how her favorite movie is Star Wars, she gets a wave of NSFW enthusiasm from the geeks in the audience! Watch the video (below)!
Martha Stewart has spoken!
And she loves saying "good job."
It's unclear if this is a compliment or not, but she's applied the term to several lifestyle sites created by wealthy actresses!
We're gonna take it as a compliment.
In a recent interview, the media mogul was asked about the current trend of celebrities starting their own websites, and she's into it:
"If you have a good idea, and you feel really good about it, and you have the wherewithal and money to invest in a good idea, go for it! Go for it. I mean, there's certainly room for the development of new brands."
There's definitely always room for rich people!