Prince William and Kate Middleton visit Norway


Unfortunately, she has since removed her account. And it includes a whopping 13 brushes, a handful of combs, two hair dryers and a slew of other products to boot.

While they aren't exactly the cheapest boots we've come across, they're not overly pricey for princess-worthy garb, either.

The cheapest product in the photo was the Essential Maximum Hold Unperfumed hairspray ( £ 1.99 or AU$3.46) from the United Kingdom drug store Boots. But we'd also be lying if we said we weren't thinking of investing in some of those products, like the Elnett hairspray, the Kiehl's Crème with Silk Groom, or the Charles Worthington: Volume & Bounce Body Booster Mousse. The most expensive product included in the picture was the Diva Professional Styling Intelligent Digital Argan Tong, which is about AU$69.60.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge quietly let slip their secret passion for Swedish flatpack furniture slip during a visit to Stockholm's National Museum of Architecture and Design on the first day of their tour of Sweden and Norway.

On Thursday afternoon they visited creative workspace MESH with Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Prince Mette-Marit, where they met the founders of charity No Isolation, a startup that helps combat loneliness and social isolation for children and young adults with long-term illness.

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Following their trip, Middleton is expected to go on bed rest since she is already on her third trimester.

Her gloves were from John Lewis and are also trimmed with faux fur, at a slightly more modest £21.

Catherine is said to have had the idea whilst her 30-year-old hairdresser Joey, who works for Richard Ward Hair in Chelsea, was cutting her tresses during a private session at Kensington Palace.

Doctors advised Kate against home birth when she was pregnant with Prince George and Princess Charlotte because they thought it would be too risky.

Apparently she came up with the idea when her hairdresser Joey cut seven inches from her hair for her infamous bob and she chose to make the donation.