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World News in English.
The Cheat Sheet
This is Meghan Markle's Diet
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It's an old Middleton family recipe.
President Kennedy’s Favorite Waffle Recipe
Celebrity.  Lifestyle.
16 Hsting Rules Kate Middleton Never Breaks
Quotes about Life
Prince Philip to retire from public duties at age of 96
Vanity Fair.
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Popular Destinations for Flights
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Popular Destinations for Flights


Standing on the River Thames is London, the Crown Jewel of the United Kingdom. A city of its kind where history collides with art. Are you planning to visit London very soon? This is a city where a perfect day is different for everyone. Being a city that hosts a range of diverse cultures as well as people, using this London travel guide will help you enjoy your tour of this marvelous city. This guide has everything you’ll need to get the most out of your visit; what and where to eat, where to stay, places you will want to visit, the best places to hang out and much more. There’s always plenty of cool things to do in London. You’ll find plenty of events, tours and attractions in the capital.

Considering the temperate climate in England, most tourists like to visit London between April and September. Tourists also enjoy what London has to offer during Christmas.
Getting around London

Transportation in London is divided into zones, meaning the further you intent to go, the more expensive it will cost you. You’ll find one of the best subways here, with single rides starting at about $2.5. You can also use taxis (keep in mind that black cabs do not accept smart cards), boats, buses as well as commuter trains. To avoid any hassle, you can get yourself a smart card and perhaps load it with $50 dollars to cover your weekly travel budget.
London Weather

To enjoy warm weather in London plan your visit in July as it is the hottest month. January is the coldest month in London.
What you should Know Before Visiting London

Unlike most cities in Europe, life in London is a bit more expensive. Also, make sure you plan ahead so that you don’t miss out on the best tickets, hotels and offers.


SEALIFE London Aquarium

Enjoy a spectacular experience with underwater creatures at SEALIFE London aquarium. It is perfect for a family fun day.
The Coca-Cola London Eye

A major feature of London’s skyline, the The Coca-Cola London Eye boasts some of the best city views from its 32 capsules. You’ll definitely enjoy the breathtaking experience.
The View from The Shard

Visit Europe’s tallest building and see the city’s iconic skyline from a mind-boggling observation deck (800ft (244m).
Bus Tour

To enjoy a bus tour in London, make sure you book in advance.  You can buy a 24-hour ticket and explore some of London’s most famous places. You can also decide to wander around the small villages on the outskirts of London to catch a glimpse of the stunning coastal scenery.
Sherlock Holmes Museum

A perfect place to visit if you love books and music.

Other places to visit in London

    Wembley Stadium, Emirates Stadium
    Warner Bros studio
    The Royal Parks
    The West End
    London Dungeon
    Thorpe Park
    Legoland Winsor
    Historic Destinations (Salisbury, Warwick Castle,
    Stonehenge tours
    Shakespeare’s Stratford



Kate Middleton Went Grocery Shopping in an Old Pink Coat

— Yep, We'll Just Leave That Out There
We have some pretty crazy news for you: Kate Middleton went grocery shopping just days before giving birth to her third child. She packed bags into her Range Rover at the Waitrose supermarket in Norfolk, England, and, well, who even knew she didn't get help with such an activity on the regular? We aren't surprised one bit that Kate looked polished as usual, opting for black skinny jeans, suede heeled booties (our go-to weekend shoe, of course), and a pink, double-breasted Joseph coat that she formerly wore for Cheltenham Gold Cup Day in 2013.

We know — the idea of the duchess waiting in line at checkout, separating her items from the person's in front of her with one of those divider bars, is, well, a little too much to handle, but her outfit shouldn't be. In fact, we are perfectly inspired to scoop up some pastel outerwear just like Kate's to ring in Spring. Join us, won't you?




What Did Kate Middleton Do Before Becoming a Royal?

For most of us, Kate Middleton came into our lives officially when her engagement to Prince William was announced back in October 2010. When the couple married in April 2011, the world was introduced to the woman we now know as the duchess of Cambridge, a wife, humanitarian, mother of two, and of course, future queen. With all the information we've gotten about Kate's duties as duchess, we started thinking about what her life was like before she was thrust into the spotlight as a global icon. Sure, in a lot of ways she's changed since getting married (who hasn't?), but we have to believe that underneath her title, she's still the same old Kate.

Here's what her royal highness was up to before she became a member of Britain's most famous family.

Working Girl

After graduating from the University of St. Andrews in Fife, Scotland, Kate accepted a position as an accessory buyer with British retailer Jigsaw. The chain's founder, Belle Robinson, has since revealed details about what Kate was like as an employee: "I was so impressed by her," she told The Standard in 2008. "She sat in the kitchen at lunchtime and chatted with everyone from the van drivers to the accounts girls. She wasn't precious."

In November 2007, Kate decided to leave Jigsaw and began working as a photographer, website designer, and marketing officer for her parents' event planning company, Party Pieces. The following year she launched a junior brand to the firm called First Birthdays, and continued to work with her family until January 2011, just months before she married William.

Sister, Sister

Postcollege, Kate moved into a flat on Old Church Street in London's exclusive Chelsea neighborhood with her sister Pippa; their parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, purchased the apartment in 2002 for all three of their children to live in. Pippa continued to reside there with their brother James well after Kate married Will and moved to a four-bedroom farmhouse on the Welsh island of Anglesey. Pippa recently moved out of the apartment to live nearby in a house with her fiancée, James Matthews.
Image Source: Getty / Niki Nikolova

Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

Kate was just like any other young woman finding her footing after college: she went out for drinks with friends at London hotspots like Boujis, Mahiki, and Bunga Bunga; danced the night away at clubs, parties, and festivals; and attended high-profile events like book signings, charity events, and Wimbledon (she's still a fixture in the stands to this day). Kate would lunch at the Bluebird cafe around the corner from her Chelsea flat, shop at Marks & Spencer and Waitrose supermarkets, and ride her bike around town for exercise.

Standing by Her Man

Keep in mind that throughout this whole time, Kate was still dating Prince William — and had become something of a paparazzi darling since leaving the safe haven of their college campus. On her 25th birthday, Kate opened the front door of her flat to find over 30 photographers and local TV crews as she walked to her car. William wasn't happy about this, and Clarence House released a statement saying, "Prince William wants more than anything for the paparazzi to stop harassing her." It's a move that his younger brother Prince Harry recently took when it came to the harassment of his own girlfriend, actress Meghan Markle, and her family.

Despite the constant public attention, Kate dutifully attended William's polo matches and was by his side at the wedding of Camilla's daughter, Laura Parker Bowles, as well as the Princess Diana Memorial Concert that he and Harry threw in 2007. That year, the royal couple hit a rough patch and decided to part ways; they reunited in the Summer of 2010, and during a vacation in Kenya in October 2010, Prince William put a (very special) ring on it.



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½ cup butter
1 tbsp. sugar 2 egg yolks 7/8 cup milk, or 1 cup buttermilk 1 cup plus 1 tbsp. of sifted cake flour 1 pinch salt 2 stiff beaten egg whites 4 tsp. baking powder

1. Cream butter and sugar, add egg yolks. Beat. Add flour and milk alternately. This may be done at any time. When ready to bake fold in egg whites, and add baking powder. Mixture should be thick and fluffy.

2. Cook in a waffle iron and serve with hot maple syrup and melted butter.



6 Jobs That Probably Won’t Be Around in 10 Years

Whether you’re trying to figure out a career path tailored to your abilities, or just curious of the kinds of jobs that society is slowly fading out, Boss Girl has the rundown on the 6 jobs that probably won’t be around in 10 years time. Technology and cultural shifts have given rise to new careers while slowly making others disappear. Read on to find out which 6 jobs are going obsolete, and why you should avoid them!

Retail Cashier

With the influx of self-service checkouts, and automated processes during purchasing, the typical retail cashier will eventually fade away as a career. Technology has allowed plenty of advancements in how we shop, and customers are wanting less human interaction.


Nowadays, people don’t use the phone as much as they used to.
With other more efficient ways of communicating – such as email or texting.
Old fashioned telemarketing is slowly becoming a job of the past. With email marketing on the rise, these once common jobs will no longer be found.

Travel Agent

With the rise of the internet and the ability to book trips for cheap using sites comparable to travel agents, this old-school job is slowly fading out of the system.  Gone are the days where we need a third party person to find the better deals when travelling, because the internet has made that ability so much easier for us.

Taxi  driver


Ride sharing apps have created a new normal for the way the average person acquires transportation.  Calling for a cab is going to be non-existent with the rise of apps with GPS technology. Taxi drivers will have to follow the trend in order to keep their business afloat.

Publishers and Printers

It’s no surprise that print media is fading out of the industry. More and more consumers are going digital when it comes to entertainment and news. Publishing companies have been having a hard time keeping up with the times. These industries are slowly fading out to give rise to new digital media companies.

Postal Workers

With the rise of technology and email communication, the need for postal workers has slowly been dwindling away.
With the rise of private companies taking the Post Office’s place, this government-run job has little chance for career growth and advancement.




Отредактировано Fleur (06.04.18 08:00:24)



Popular Destinations for Flights

Hong Kong

Hong Kong is one of the most populated places on earth. 
With fantastic places to visit, there are more than enough sights to keep you busy during your stay.

Best time to visit

The best time to visit Hong Kong is around mid-October and late December. During these months the temperature is mild.

Getting Around

Hong Kong has high-tech transportation so getting around is pretty simple.
There trains and buses make it easy to travel between Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, and the New Territories with 27 ferry routes.

Where to stay

In Hong Kong, you can find affordable places to stay in the Tsim Sha Tsui and Central areas.  The Tsim Sha Tsui is close to everything you need to see in Hong Kong, so it’s your best option. You can go walking to Avenue of Stars, go to Hong Kong Island by ferry or to MTR. Mong Kok which is only a few stations away.

Places to visit


    Disneyland and Ocean Park – Get in touch with your inner child again. Visit Mickey Mouse, the sea creatures and have fun with the Giant Pandas at Ocean Park.
    Po Lin Monastery – This monastery was built in 1924, and it’s situated on Lantau Island. It’s more commonly known as the “Buddhist Kingdom in the South.”
    Victoria Peak – this takes you to the top of the Peak, which reaches 1,700 feet above the water. Here you can view the skyscrapers of Victoria Harbor and Kowloon and glaze at the beauty of the surrounding hills. Once you are on top, you will get the sense of how vast the city is.
    Madame Tussauds Hong Kong – This is a museum that exhibits wax figures of about 100 celebrities.
    A Symphony of Lights – Every night at 8:00 pm you can admire outdoor shows with laser lights and involves more than 40 buildings.


If you are into shopping, you must visit the street markets. The best places to go are Stanley Market, Ladies Market, and Temple Street Night Market.

If you prefer to shop at malls and shops that you have to go to CauseWay Bay. At CauseWay Bay you will find independent fashion retailers, the best department stores, and the Times Square shopping mall.

You can also go shopping at Mongkok. Here you will find cheap jeans, watches, handbags, and copies of designer versions.
Foods and Drinks

Hong Kong is famous for its great foods. Below you will find some of the best dishes.

    Dim Sum – you can find it mostly in tea houses. It ranges from braised chicken feet to shrimp filled har gao. You can have a taste of one of the best Dim Sums at Lin Heung Teahouse.
    Roast goose – this is marinated in a blend of over 20 spices and aromatics and roasted using charcoal.
    Soy sauce braised pigeon – pigeon is a dark, succulent meat with more flavors then duck. An excellent place to have a taste of this wonderful dish is at Fung Lam Restaurant.



There she was, unaware that he was watching her read her favorite novel. She sat by the ocean, the waves crashing upon the shore, making it a wondrous sound to listen to while she read about a dragon and a prince.



April 5, 2018

Activism Made Her Far More Than a Film Star

Elizabeth Taylor at an AIDS Gala in 1985. Image Source: Getty / Pierre Guillaud

When you hear the name Elizabeth Taylor, your mind is likely flooded with images of Old Hollywood glamour, showstopping red carpet gowns, killer hats, and over-the-top diamonds. You may even picture her striking violet-covered eyes, or think back on her most memorable movie roles or equally memorable marriages (she had one or two). But all of these things pale in comparison to Elizabeth Taylor's fearless dedication to activism, especially her work raising awareness about HIV/AIDS. While Elizabeth's life came to an end in March 2011, her charitable spirit and passion for helping others lives on through members of her family.

Naomi deLuce Wilding is one of them. An accomplished fashion director, stylist, art gallerist, and activist, Naomi just so happens to have one of the most famous women in the world as her grandmother. She and her sister, Laela, are the daughters of Michael Wilding Jr., Elizabeth Taylor's first son with English actor Michael Wilding. The two were married from 1952 to 1957.

Elizabeth and Naomi in 2003.
Image Source: Getty / J. Vespa

Naomi grew up in the Wales countryside but visited her famous grandmother in Los Angeles twice a year. She moved to LA full-time in 2000 and currently serves as an ambassador for the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, which the actress established in 1991 to provide grants for programs that offer direct-care services to those living with HIV and AIDS. Back then, there was still such a harmful stigma around the disease that Elizabeth's closeness to the community was seen as being quite radical (see also: Princess Diana boldly shaking the hand of a dying AIDS patient without wearing protective gloves).

By the time Naomi really got to know her grandmother, she had moved on from her acting career and was primarily dedicating her time (and platform) to philanthropy. Even today, ETAF's ongoing mission is to support marginalized communities and fund HIV education and advocacy programs around the world; the foundation boasts a number of celebrity ambassadors including Colin Farrell, Whoopi Goldberg, Zac Posen, and Paris Jackson, whose father, the late Michael Jackson, had a close friendship with Elizabeth. Along with the AIDS research nonprofit amfAR, which she cofounded in 1985, Elizabeth's efforts are still recognized and celebrated around the world.

Naomi spoke to POPSUGAR about her grandmother's incredible commitment to helping others and how their family plans to continue her legacy. She also opened up about the Hollywood icon's private side and mused about the causes she might support if she were here today.

POPSUGAR: Your grandmother's dedication to philanthropy, especially when it came to the fight against HIV and AIDS, was pretty legendary for her to tackle at the time. In what ways do you most hope to carry on her legacy of activism?

Naomi Wilding: It's difficult to walk in her shoes — she was uniquely able to do what she did because of her visibility. As a family, we're really conscious of the fact that by joining forces, we send a very strong message of being inspired by her activism. We are moved by her passion for HIV and AIDS in particular. I think what's also very relevant now, and the reason she chose this particular cause, is that she recognized immediately that it was an issue of discrimination and stigma; that it was ultimately a social justice issue. And that's why she was uniquely positioned to fight this fight.

In the years that have passed since then, we've developed many medical advances and we're armed with so much more to fight the battle against HIV and AIDS. And once again, we're looking at this stigma that's holding us back. Stigma, and again, social justice issues such as poverty and racism that are keeping us from reaching an AIDS-free generation. Conversation, education, and sharing this message is very important right now. We're amazingly positioned in the world at the moment, I think, to really bring about great change.

[ETAF] just came back from advocating on Capitol Hill and talking to our elected representatives for AIDSWatch advocacy day. There's so much happening in the world right now; it's all so inspiring. I think that we really are in a time of compassion and change, of being aware of and compassionate for our fellow human beings. All of these different areas of activism that are happening right now all feed each other. It's sort of an extraordinary place to be. And so, the lobbying on the Hill makes you feel that, as much as it's kind of a strange place in politics right now, it also feels full of hope.

PS: Do you think there was a defining moment for her when it came to HIV and AIDS when she said, "Enough is enough; I'm going to use my position to call attention to this?" When did a switch go off?

NW: She had a large gay following, and I think she saw that HIV and AIDS affected the gay community very strongly. It became an opportunity to discriminate, and that completely incensed her; discrimination incensed her in general. She saw that people chose not to act because this was a disease that affected the gay community. As things progressed and the virus spread rampantly . . . you look at the population of people who are most affected by HIV around the world, and they're the people who need the help the most. It's in poorer communities around the world; in transgender communities; and among women and men of color in this country. It ties in with so many other areas of social injustice around the world. And it completely was a switch for her.

Naomi speaking at the ETAF World AIDS Day event in 2016. Image Source: Getty / Jesse Grant

PS: In addition to HIV and AIDS awareness, what other social justice causes do you think your grandmother would support if she were alive today?

NW: Gosh, so many. With the women's movement that's happening right now, I find myself thinking about her so much. She advocated so much for women, women's freedom, women's rights, and for women to be uncompromised. She was an uncompromising person, and she felt that all humans should be given the freedom to make choices for themselves. So much of what has come to light in the entertainment industry is not just sexual harassment, but the ways in which we've inhibited women's freedom. I think she would have used her voice loud and clear in support of younger women who felt inhibited.

PS: Elizabeth was also the first leading actress to earn $1 million dollars on a film after she negotiated her own contract for Cleopatra. On the topic of the #MeToo and Time's Up movements, what advice do you think she would have for female actors today when it comes to knowing their worth and fighting for equal pay?

NW: I think she was in a very unique position at that point in her career. She knew her worth, but she also wasn't bound by a sense of needing to move up in her career. As women, we're so caught up in this idea of doing and saying what's expected of [us], and my grandmother never did or said what was expected of her [laughter]. She did what she thought was right for her. And that's certainly a lesson that she gave to those of us in her family. By example, she taught that message to other women, too. She had a pretty "f*ck you" attitude about things — that really, really kept her in good stead, and I think we could all learn a lot from that.

PS: I just love thinking about speeches she would be giving today or the advice or knowledge she would be passing on to women who are trying to do some of the same things she did.

NW: I think that she would be a mentor if she were alive today. I've seen her with young actors. I think that she really enjoyed taking people under her wing and providing emotional support. She also just loved the crisis [laughter]. She loved that sense of rising to the occasion and being the mother that anybody might need.

PS: I think there are certain thoughts that come to mind when you hear Elizabeth Taylor's name, but what's something you wish the world knew about your grandmother?

NW: I feel like people knew her pretty well [laughter]. She lived such a public life, and I think people really did have a pretty good idea of who she was. Again, I think she was uncompromising. And when you look at the life that she led, privately and publicly, that to me is the message that comes across the strongest. People also knew that she was an incredibly loving human being, loving to her family. And her battle for those who were suffering with HIV and AIDS also gave insight to how loving she was, and that the idea of universal compassion and justice was a driving force for her. Those are the things that made up who she was in the strongest way possible, and I think most people are really aware of that.

Elizabeth Taylor



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Popular Destinations for Flights


Paris! The city of Light and Love. There’s just so much here that it’s hard for anyone visiting to get disappointed. Boasting of amazing culture, food, architecture and fashion, Paris is truly a dream destination for any if not all tourists.

If truth be told, there are plenty of attractions in Paris and a lot is still hidden because of its rich history. You will find some of the most famous museums (get a Paris museum Pass for unlimited museum visits), the iconic city center that is full of history and one of the most interesting nightlife scenery you will find in the world.

A tour in Paris will provide you with lessons in beauty, history and you’ll probably understand why life should be enjoyed. The streets of Paris are full of art and history. From Monet’s Water lillies to the Eiffel Tower, one is simply filled with so much awe!

Even though there are so many things one can do in Paris this travel guide will prove useful for those visitors who intend to make a short visit to the capital of France.
Getting around Paris

Paris has one of the most expansive metro and RER- train systems, covering just about every corner. This is quite honestly the most ideal choice of transport since it’s convenient as well as being cheap. Tickets start from $2 while a pass goes for about $15. You can also use cabs, buses or even bicycles if you don’t intend to go far.
Paris Weather

Just like in most European countries, July is the warmest month while January is quite Chilly.
What You Should Know Before Visiting Paris

Paris is a very diverse city. There’s so much that goes on here that some tourists normally get culture shock when they visit. At times you might accidentally find yourself in a riot or something else that you didn’t plan for. Thus, it would be very useful if you tried to learn a little bit of French before you visit.

Best of Paris

The Eiffel Tower

Make sure that you get to the top of the tower to get a view of the beautiful panorama of Paris over 300 meters.
La Sainte Capelle

This 13th century royal chapel is not far from Notre Dame. The Chapel has one of the most remarkable stained glass windows that you’ll ever see.
The Moulin Rouge

If you’re interested in seeing the most famous cabaret in Paris, make sure you visit the Moulin Rouge.
The Gardens of Luxembourg

Situated in the Latin quarter is this classic city park. A good place to take your kids or spouse for a day out.
Paris Nightlife

If you plan to take a bus tour, you’ll definitely enjoy it more if you do it at night. Make sure to catch a glimpse of the illuminated monuments around the city. There are plenty of restaurants, bars and clubs, especially in Pigalle.
Other Places to in Paris

    Disneyland Paris
    Paris Museums ; The Louvre, Rodin
    The Latin quarter
    Seine riverboats



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Favorite Earrings Are $20


If you had any doubts that Queen Letizia of Spain likes to save money when it comes to her wardrobe, you won't after this. The royal, who is photographed in the same outfit often and sometimes in the same month, recently skipped fancy diamonds and real jewels for a pair of $20 Zara earrings.

While we were distracted staring at her gorgeous crocodile suit and now-signature deep-blue eyeliner at her visit to El Prado Museum with husband King Felipe VI, the queen was really making a statement with her dropper earrings, featuring sapphire-inspired gemstones and a rusted metal branch design with flower-shaped amber touches. Are you now determined to steal her look? Scroll ahead to shop the earrings.







How women's 'perfect' body types changed throughout history


How do we determine what makes a person beautiful?

Though it might seem like the standards of beauty we have today must be historically universal, really the opposite is true.
The "perfect" body has greatly changed over the years, even though the foundation of the female form has stayed the same.

So, next time you feel like your own body might be less than perfect, just remember that "perfection" is an ephemeral ideal, bound to change and transform — looking stunningly different from one generation to the next.



Popular Destinations for Flights


Bangkok is one of the World’s most stunning cities. Its official Thai name is Krung Thep which means City of Angels. This wonderful city offers plenty of things to do and see. It’s where immortal divinity dwells. It has enormous royal palaces, over 400 temples, and a modern skyline of skyscrapers and suspension bridges.
Best time to visit

There is a wide period of raining season in Bangkok that goes from May to November. So if you are planning to go to Bangkok it would be better to go in the dry season from December to February. March to June is pretty hot so if you go on those months you’ll have to use lots of sun protector and book an air-conditioned room.

Getting around

The best way to get around in Bangkok is by using the BTS Sky Train or if you’d like to enjoy the cool river breeze you can take the Chao Phraya River Express. You can also use taxis and Tuks-Tuks.
Where to stay

Bangkok is a huge city with a wide range of places to stay.  If you are planning to stay at a hotel 5-star hotel, two of the best hotels are Oriental Residence Bangkok and So Sofitel.

We also recommend the Amari Watergate Hotel in the Pratunam Area, Citrus 11, Novo Hotel, and the S31 Hotel in the Sukhumvit Area.

One of the best and also most expensive area s in Bangkok is Chao Phraya Riverside. Here you can stay at The Peninsula, Shangri-la, Orchid Sheraton, or Sala Rattanakosin.

Attractions and places to visit


    Temples – In Bangkok you can find hundreds of temples being the most important one the Wat Phra Kaew or Emerald Buddha temple located in the Grand Palace
    Palaces -the Grand Palace served as the residence of the Royal Family. In Dusit district, you can find the Vimanmek Royal teak mansion, Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall, and Dusit palace
    Siriraj Medical Museum – here you will find the most bizarre and cool artifacts.
    Art in Paradise – At Art in Paradise you can take fun photos posing in 3D artwork that seem as if you were part of the scenery.
    Baiyoke building – this building is in Pratunam district and it’s an 88 story building with numerous restaurants on the top floors.
    Indian Dinner Cruise – You can see Bangkok’s landmark aboard a refurbished rice barge and enjoy wonderful food, drinks, and music in a relaxed ambiance.

Shopping in Bangkok

Bangkok has an open-air market called Chatuchak Weekend Market. It’s one of the biggest markets in the world as it covers a 35-acre area, and has more than 8 thousand stalls. Here you can buy almost anything you need. From clothes, furniture, home wear, food, plants and even animals, this huge market has just what you are looking for.

You can also visit de Siam district and shop at Siam Paragon, MBK, Central World, Siam Discovery Center, and the EmQuartier.
Foods and drinks

Thai food is delicious but if you are not used to spicy food then it can be a challenge. Among the favorite dishes you can find in Bangkok you have the Massaman Curry, Pad Thai, Pork Noodle Soup, and Chicken Satay. If you like dessert, you must try Sticky Rice Mango and Roti.






     Fashion. Kate Middleton

Kate Middleton Best Outfits 2018

Let's Count All the Amazing Outfits Kate Middleton's Worn So Far in 2018, Shall We?


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Kate Middleton's sophisticated style hasn't changed too much since she became a royal. Year after year, she still opts for go-to designers such as Catherine Walker and Alexander McQueen. She won't trade in her Gianvito Rossi pumps (or Penelope Chilvers boots) for anything. And, she'll continue to recycle her maternity looks as she has throughout her third pregnancy.

Kate's expected to give birth in April and will likely disappear from the public eye to care for her new child. Though we're sure to see her at Meghan and Prince Harry's wedding, during that brief MIA period, you'll want to reminisce about some of Kate's best outfits. The year is hardly over by any means, but she's already worn some pretty memorable looks. Click through to see our absolute favorites.

For an appearance at the Royal Society of Medicine in March, Kate wore a pistachio-colored coat by Jenny Packham and Gianvito Rossi pumps.

For the Commonwealth Day Service in March, Kate rocked head-to-toe blue for the Commonwealth Day Service in March. She wore a navy Beulah London coat, a Lock & Co. hat, and she matched Meghan Markle's blue Manolo Blahnik heels with her own pair from Rupert Sanderson. Her clutch was from Jimmy Choo.



     Fashion. Kate Middleton

Kate Middleton Best Outfits 2018

In March, Kate stepped out in the snow to attend an exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. She wore a floral Orla Kiely dress, Gianvito Rossi pumps, drop earrings by Kiki McDonough, and a beige Jimmy Choo clutch.

Image Source: Getty / Karwai Tang

For the BAFTAs, Kate showed off her glamorous side in a beautiful dark green Jenny Packham gown and emerald jewels.

Kate wore a bespoke version of an Erdem dress while chatting with Anna Wintour at the Commonwealth Fashion Exchange initiative at Buckingham Palace in Feb. She paired the dress with Prada suede heels and Anita Dongre pearl earrings.



     Fashion. Kate Middleton

Kate Middleton Best Outfits 2018

Image Source: Getty / Pool/Samir Hussein

During day three of Kate and Prince William's visit to Sweden and Norway in Feb., the Duchess of Cambridge made her grand entrance in an Alexander McQueen gown. She wore the queen's sparkling pendant earrings along with the queen's bracelet.

Image Source: Getty / Pool/Samir Hussein

Kate wore a blue velvet dress from Erdem during day two of her and Prince William's royal visit to Sweden and Norway back in January.

Image Source: Getty / Samir Hussein

The Duchess of Cambridge greeted the crowd on Jan. in a bright Catherine Walker houndstooth coat. She accessorized with a pair of fringed heels from Tod's, a Chanel bag, and a pair of pearl earrings by the Swedish brand In2Design.

Once inside, Kate took off her coat to reveal a cream-colored Alexander McQueen tweed dress.


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