Britney Spears is just dishing the dirt lately!
On 103.5 KTU's Cubby & Carolina In The Morning, Britney dished:
Kate Middleton will always want what's best for her kids.
On Sunday, the Duchess of Cambridge launched a few new podcasts through the Anna Freud National Center for Children and Families, which hope to help parents better understand their children's struggles with mental health.
In a statement, the brunette beauty exclaimed that she and Prince William would have no problem getting help for Prince George and Princess Charlotte if they need it, and encourage other parents to follow suit, saying:
"One in three adults still say they would be embarrassed to seek help for their child's mental health. No parent would fail to call the doctor if their child developed a fever, yet some children are tackling tough times without the support that can help them because the adults in their life are scared to ask. It doesn't need to be like this. … Knowing this, both William and I feel very strongly that we wouldn't hesitate to get expert support for George and Charlotte if they need it."
The momma-of-two also wants the podcasts to break down parents' stigmas of fear and shame when it comes to getting mental health help, adding:
Prince George is growing up so quickly!
On the marvelous new pics, the palace explained:
But here's what we're wondering… What role will the future Queen play in her little sister's wedding?
Veteran royals author Judy Wade explains:
"Kate would upstage her sister. It's a tricky situation for Pippa. She would want her sister by her side, as who else would she trust to make things go well? But if your sister is a future Queen, she is going to upstage the bride and draw attention. Kate would want to be in the background as much as possible."
Hmmm. Just things to consider!
Do U think Kate should be Pippa's matron of honor? How involved should The Royals be?? SOUND OFF in the comments!
[Image via WENN.]
Prince George is definitely getting the royal treatment!
Only a couple weeks before his third birthday, the two-year-old visited the Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire, England on Friday with his parents, Prince William and Kate Middleton.
And just like the lucky tyke he is, he got to sit in a helicopter!!
Although we're not too sure that explains his worried expression!
The growing tot was probably thinking, "__________________!"
Especially as he also got the change to sit in a fancy Red Arrow Hawk jet! Watch (below):
As we told you, the royal family got in formation last week for Trooping the Color, Queen Elizabeth II's official and formal birthday celebration.
And as the birthday
princess Queen — she was certainly not afraid to keep everyone else in their place, including Prince William!
As soon as QEII tapped her grandson to stand up straight, the two-year-old cutie gave us the most adorable face palm in response to his dad getting in trouble! Ha!!
Not to mention, Willy looked pretty embarrassed himself.
This is fantastic.
What we'd give to be on that balcony!
The royal family got in formation Saturday afternoon for Trooping the Color, Queen Elizabeth II's official and formal birthday celebration.
There's a parade and everything!
How brilliant to attach a robust flower to the bottom of the brim? We die!
But can we take a moment and applaud the Queen herself for wearing a lime green skirt suit with matching hat? She wanted to make sure everybody remembered that it was her special day!
[Image via WENN.]
We know what you're thinking… Why wasn't he in the family portraits?! Poor Marvin.
Nine-year-old Darcey said of the conversation:
"[She] said she had a hamster, and [Princess] Charlotte really likes it because the whiskers always tickle her face."
Awww! So cute.
In another adorable moment during the outing, one child asked the chairman of the Historic Royal Palaces Rupert Gavin who the Duchess of Cambridge was:
"Then the child said, 'Ooh, are you the princess?'"
To which Kate said simply:
"Just call me Kate."
P.S. Small animals, like hamsters and guinea pigs, make great family pets! If you're interested in adopting one for yourself or a family, just remember they deserve the same care you'd give a cat or dog. When children learn how to properly handle the fragile animals, everyone is happier for it!
[Image via Kensington Royal Palace.]