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Royal style & gossip: Breton stripes and skinny jeans...

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QueenOfTheAndals Thu 01-Aug-19 22:19:13

Previous thread. I think we'll be a bit short of royal outfits as they're all off on their holidays atm. But Kate's regatta is coming up next week, hence the thread title!

Same rules as always - keep it light, critique the clothes rather than the women, and don't believe anything printed in the Daily Mail grin

Horsemad Thu 01-Aug-19 22:21:40

Thanks for the new thread 🙂

AppleKatie Thu 01-Aug-19 22:27:06

Yay 😃 checking in for the Breton.

itswinetime Thu 01-Aug-19 22:29:06

Checking in

AudacityOfHope Thu 01-Aug-19 22:34:13

smile

Rhubarbisevil Thu 01-Aug-19 22:34:28

Yay! Thanks queen!

CurlyWurlyTwirly Thu 01-Aug-19 22:34:43

Definitely less controversial than Vogue in the title.
Looking forward thé the Cambridges Coordinating nautical outfits!

Myimaginarycathasfleas Thu 01-Aug-19 22:39:40

Thanks for the new thread Queen.👍

For anyone who's interested, Pippa Middleton is a weekend fitness writer for Waitrose magazine, this week writing about buggy running with baby Arthur. It's a thing apparently. Who knew?

Rhubarbisevil Thu 01-Aug-19 22:43:22

Pippa does write well, I’ll give her that.

Wetdogloveshubert Thu 01-Aug-19 22:43:36

wine @QueenOfTheAndals

@Myimaginarycathasfleas it's all the rage in my city! Fitness buggies are a 'thing' and heavily debated among friends with small babies still. I imagine Pippa would have an excellent range of buggies, and fitness wear for jogging around the local parks!

QueenOfTheAndals Thu 01-Aug-19 22:50:27

It's been a thing for a while hasn't it? I remember Tom and Nicole popularising running with buggies back in the 90s. It was when the 3 wheeled ones came on the market.

AdaColeman Thu 01-Aug-19 22:51:40

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Myimaginarycathasfleas Thu 01-Aug-19 22:53:14

* It's a thing apparently. Who knew?*

Well you all obviously did. I am quite old...blush

onyourway Thu 01-Aug-19 22:57:32

I believe Will n Kate are up in Norfolk at the mo. I guess they spend all school holidays in the UK up there.

StCharlotte Thu 01-Aug-19 23:09:58

Checking in. Thanks for the new thread Queen.

frugalkitty Thu 01-Aug-19 23:11:36

Checking in but still on holiday with dodgy signal! Need to find and catch up on the last thread, but hope everyone is well!

BigGreenOlives Thu 01-Aug-19 23:12:55

I'm so pleased someone mentioned Suited and Booted, it's a very well run charity and does well at getting people interview ready. They go into prisons (which I think SmartWorks) does too and supply men with plain black polo shirts, hi-vis jackets etc as well as passing on suits, ties etc.

I will be wearing heeled espadrilles this weekend as I want shoes I can wear on grass which will give me a little height. Oh I hope that isn't too outing wink.

mathanxiety Thu 01-Aug-19 23:30:06

Are fitness buggies not already a thing in the UK? For years and years now I have run the risk of being flattened by them when I venture forth on foot.

They are fantastic - I actually had one myself in the late 90s. The big wheels bounce right over cracks in the pavement and over twigs, pebbles, etc. and they're easy to pull up and push down steps. They steer really well.

Daisypie Thu 01-Aug-19 23:40:00

Thanks Queen.

RomaineCalm Thu 01-Aug-19 23:43:14

Thank you for the new thread. I rarely have much to contribute but do love reading the discussion.

Myimaginarycathasfleas Thu 01-Aug-19 23:54:46

* Are fitness buggies not already a thing in the UK?*

Apparently they are! Things have changed a bit since I had my DC.grin
In my own defence, in my quiet corner of the world they aren't much in evidence!

beanaseireann Fri 02-Aug-19 00:35:47

Thank you QueenoftheAndals for the new thread.

BigGreenOlives Fri 02-Aug-19 00:38:49

I had a running buggy in 1998 and ran races with DD1 in it. There have been classes for mothers with babies in them for years. Very odd. It had proper tyres you could inflate and a brake and wrist strap.

Alislia17 Fri 02-Aug-19 03:36:01

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hopeishere Fri 02-Aug-19 06:17:36

pippa does write well

I doubt she's actually writing it herself!!

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