Kate Middleton’s Mom Carole Goes Shopping for Princess Charlotte’s Wardrobe—See the Exclusive Pics!

Princess Charlotte may have a few special gifts coming her way! Over the weekend, Kate Middleton‘s mom Carole Middletonstepped out to do a little shopping for her beloved granddaughter. From the looks of things, grandma definitely spoiled her youngest family member. In pictures obtained exclusively by E! News, Carole traveled to Kings Road where she stopped in a variety of kid-friendly stores including Trotters Childrenswear. While her final purchases remain a mystery, we couldn’t help but spy Carole checking out the sweaters and dresses near the front of the store. She would later leave with a large shopping bag from the family-owned business that promises “top to toe” fashion for children. As it turns out, Prince William‘s mother-in-law wasn’t done shopping just yet. The 60-year-old was also spotted carrying a Russell & Bromley bag suggesting she may have treated herself to a nice new outfit. There’s no question that Carole has…

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Carole Middleton, The Ultimate Helicopter Mom

How typical of Carole Middleton to elbow her way into her 32-year-old daughter Pippa’s first official public date with her new boyfriend, James Matthews. On Thursday night, Carole was to be found bringing new meaning to the phrase ‘gooseberry’, sitting in on a romantic dinner with Pippa and James at the expensive Chelsea curry house Rasoi, an established favorite with local Sloanes and the young royal set, such as Eugenie and Beatrice who have been known to dine here with their mother Sarah Ferguson, conveniently located just off their prime stomping ground, the King’s Road. It was a pivotal moment in Pippa and James’ burgeoning relationship; after dumping Nico Jackson in October, Pippa hooked up with James, whom she briefly dated in 2012, again. Exactly when remains open to question, but they have always remained friends, even after Pippa met Nico. They were certainly comfortable and close enough to spend…

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Michael Phelps Was In No Mood For Reporters As He Arrived Back In The United States

Michael Phelps arrived back in the United States with his wife and three-month-old son Wednesday morning after nearly two weeks in Rio for the 2016 Olympics, where he once again made history by winning his 23rd gold medal (bringing his grand total to 28). As one could imagine, the most decorated Olympian of all time was pretty tired after the long flight, and — like most of us would in his shoes — just wanted to get home and rest. In other words, Phelps understandably had precious little tolerance for boy howdy reporters from Good Morning Arizona sticking a camera and microphone in his poor exhausted face as he tried to make his way through the airport. After trying to stay inconspicuous, walking with his head down and giving the universal wave off of “leave me alone” didn’t work on the reporters, who continued to follow him and shout questions,…

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Adele posts touching video after cancelling gig, proves she’s the best

LONDON — If ever you needed further proof that Adele is a massively awesome person who genuinely cares about her fans, just take a look at the video below. On Wednesday, Adele was forced to cancel a gig in Phoenix, Arizona due to illness. Despite being unwell, though, she still took the time to address fans directly in a Twitter video. “I can’t do my show tonight, my second show here,” she said. “I’m really, really sorry. “My cold has gotten the better of me, and as you can hear, even if I did the show it wouldn’t be very good. “I’m really, really, really sorry to let anyone down.” Adele promised to reschedule the tour at the end of clip. At the time of writing, her video has been liked around 40,000 times.

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Usain Bolt strides into history with third straight Olympic 200-meter gold

Usain Bolt wins the 200-meter final for the third straight Olympics. (Jonathan Newton/The Washington Post) By Rick Maese August 18 at 11:12 PM   RIO DE JANEIRO — Usain Bolt danced again. He may not have many more of these numbers left, so when the music plays and the camera zooms in, it’s worth paying attention. It’s worth trying to follow the beat.The public-address announcer said his name, but the Fastest Man in the Worldneeded no introduction. Bolt offered a little samba, and the crowd ate it up. The starter’s pistol fired, and Bolt kept dancing, reaching the finish line in the men’s 200-meter race in 19.78 seconds.He danced on the sport’s dusty record books, winning a third Olympic 200 meters, his eighth gold medal in all. He danced around the track, tapped his feet on what’s possible in the sport and what’s memorable for fans. “I don’t need to prove…

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Eva Marie suspended for Wellness violation, off SSlam

There is no question anymore of whether WWE will be running an angle at Summerslam where Eva Marie does not wrestle, like the past few weeks on Smackdown Live. Eva Marie has been suspended 30 days for violating WWE’s Wellness Policy, the company announced Thursday, taking her off the Summerslam line-up. Eva’s suspension is effective immediately on Thursday, joining Alberto Del Rio and Paige, whose suspensions were announced Wednesday and became effective Thursday. WWE’s official statement reads: “WWE has suspended Natalie Coyle (Eva Marie) for 30 days effective immediately for her first violation of the company’s talent wellness policy.” WWE now has to find a replacement for Eva in a six-woman tag match scheduled for the Summerslam PPV.

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Rio Olympics 2016: Black Sticks get campaigns back on track with wins

Birthday girl Kelsey Smith (left), who had goals in each half, celebrates her second goal with teammates Pippa Hayward and Rose Keddell in 2-1 victory over Spain. The New Zealand men’s and women’s hockey teams got their Rio Olympics campaigns back on track with much-needed wins Birthday girl Kelsey Smith celebrated turning 22 by grabbing both goals as the Black Sticks women beat Spain 2-1. And Nick Wilson scored four goals as the Black Sticks men’s thumped hosts Brazil 9-0 to give their goal differential a boost for the tight tussle to make the quarter-finals. Kayla Whitelock celebrates as Kelsey Smith’s first goal against Spain during women’s hockey pool play. Smith snared a goal in each half to reward the side’s dominance over Spain, who scored their only goal of the tournament to date with the final shot of the game. The Blacks Sticks, who suffered a surprise loss to Germany after…

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Rio Olympics 2016: New Zealand’s Luuka Jones wins silver in women’s K1 canoe slalom

Luuka Jones celebrates her silver medal win in the women’s K100 canoe slalom at the Rio Olympics. New Zealand paddler Luuka Jones was left with a “surreal” feeling after creating history with a silver medal in the K1 canoe slalom at the Rio Olympics. It’s New Zealand’s first medal on the Olympics whitewater. Qualifying seventh for the 1-women final, Jones put in a stunning run down the 24-gate 242m course with a time of 101.82s.  

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Rio delivers a simple, but spirited, Olympic welcome

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) – What it lacked in flash, Rio made up for with feeling. With a limited budget, the consequence of a biting recession that roiled preparations for South America’s first Olympics, Brazil laced its high-energy opening party for the games of the 31st Olympiad with a sobering message of the dangers of global warming. Graphic projections of world cities being swamped by rising seas set Rio de Janeiro’s otherwise fun and festive gala apart from the more self-congratulatory and lavish celebrations that Beijing and London wowed with in 2008 and 2012. “The heat is melting the icecap,” a voice intoned in the Maracana Stadium. “It’s disappearing very quickly.” But it wasn’t all doom and gloom. After all, nowhere parties quite like Rio. Supermodel Gisele Bundchen shimmered to the tune of “The Girl from Ipanema.” Fireworks formed the word “Rio” in the skies. The colossal Christ the Redeemer…

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Rio 2016 Olympics football quarter-final schedule: Fixtures, where to watch live, date, time and live streaming information

during the Men’s Group D first round match between Honduras and Portugal during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium on August 7, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The men’s football event in the Rio 2016 Olympics has reached the knockout stage where eight teams will fight against each other in order to win the gold. Brazil, who failed to score in the first two matches, have progressed to the quarter-finals after the host nation registered a 4-0 victory overDenmark. Catch up on all of the Rio 2016 Olympics news Despite the defeat at the hands of Brazil, Denmark have made it to the next round. These are the two teams from Group A. From Group B, Nigeria and Colombia have progressed to the last eight. Colombia sealed a berth by defeating Nigeria 2-0 in the last group stage fixture. From Group C, South Korea and Germany…