Ever since Kate Middleton landed in Sydney (and made her Diane von Furstenberg wrap dress sell out in eight minutes flat), she and Prince William hit what seemed like a bajillion stops on their first day in town.
The incident was caught on cellphone video by a customer in the parking lot.
Silva got in Sonnen’s face, Sonnen took him down, and they ended in a melee on the concrete floor of the gym with one of Silva’s coaches, Andre Dida, sucker punching Sonnen in the back and head. UFC president Dana White on Wednesday night, however, said that the fight was anything but staged, calling it a “disgusting display,” and indicating that injuries stemming from the fight are what pushed the in-Octagon date for a bout between the coaches from May to July. That led White and the UFC to move the bout to UFC 175 on July 5, although it has yet to be added to the fight card listed on the promotion’s web site. The card currently has three bouts listed, Chris Weidman vs. Lyoto Machida, Ronda Rousey vs. Alexis Davis, and Uriah Hall vs. Thiago Santos.
The royal family’s tour of New Zealand and Australia has been endlessly entertaining. But with more than a week left of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s Down Under adventure we may have already witnessed their best moment yet. While the pair was attending the Sydney Royal Easter Show, the Duchess put up her, well, dukes and took a jab at her husband’s thinning head of hair.
Prince George crawls, has a voice that could “match any lion’s roar,” according to his dad, and sells out any stroller, romper or shoes he’s spotted in. What’s not to love? Nothing according to one young cougar who wore her heart on her sleeve,...
And before you ask, sorry, the $325 dress is SOLD OUT on Matches.com and DVF.com—you snooze, you loose.
Kate Middleton and Prince William almost always appear uncannily cheerful and calm when they’re out in public, even in the midst of bizarre photo ops or among wild crowds. So it is surprising (and somewhat unsettling) that, during this recent tour of Aust
If Kate Middleton has been nearly overshadowed by the uncannily photogenic Prince George during this tour of New Zealand and Australia, then Prince William has been basically forgotten completely.
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