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Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Prince Harry said What?...Beckhams gowns dissed, for older ladies?

With his brother creating headlines of a responsible sort, ANDthe Press hoping Prince William would propose to his girlfriend, it was Prince Harry who ended up stealing the entire show.

On Monday, after racist comments he made in a 2006 home video surfaced in Sunday’s News of the World, the press whipped him in the news. In the video, filmed when Harry was at officer training school at Sandhurst, the prince refers to a Pakistani pal as “a little Paki friend, Ahmed” and tells another fellow soldier he resembles a “raghead.” He also pokes fun at his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, mimicking a telephone call in which he sends love to her corgis.

The Royal Family could only issue a lame apology that "raghead" is the term used used for Pakistanis and that Prince Harry has a Pakistani friend named Ahmed.

The conservative Daily Mail accused the prince of “incredible crassness,” while The Telegraph, another right-wing title, said the prince was showing “an unfortunate propensity” for finding himself in hot water due to inappropriate remarks or activities. Guess who takes after Mommy?


Vogue has opened its archive and selected 10 images that have been put on display in the lobby of 4 Times Square — and are available to buy. Editors selected photos that span nearly 70 years, including Arnaud de Rosnay’s photograph of Cher in 1967 wearing Sonny Bono’s aviator sunglasses, Justin de Villeneuve’s shot of Twiggy in 1970 and an image of model Tatjana Patitz, taken in 1988 by longtime Vogue photographer Patrick Demarchelier. The images can be viewed until Feb. 16 and prices start at $2,500. (WWD)


Definitely not something Victoria Beckham wants to hear. Chery Cole said of her friends line, describing it as for "older women".

Her Girls Aloud bandmate Kimberley Walsh interjected, saying: "She means older than us! Not, you know..." "Yeah, it's not like stuff we would wear," Cole continued. (Yahoo UK)

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