Princess Charlotte is a young woman of many passions—not only is she a balloon enthusiast and ardent wearer of smocked dresses, but it turns out the littlest Windsor is totally horse mad.
In fact, not only is Char into ponies, but she's also already horseback riding, which is a fairly impressive feat for someone who can barely walk on their own.
Char's mom (this nice lady named Kate, we think you'll like her) shared the details of the 1 year old's new hobby at a reception at Buckingham Palace today, telling an Olympic equestrian:
"Charlotte is really enjoying her riding. She has this passion for horses."
The 17 month old takes after her great-grandmother Elizabeth who's famous for her love of horses, and her second cousin Zara, who almost made it to the Olympics herself this year.
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel's fourth wedding anniversary was super R-O-M-A-N-T-I-C. The celebrity couple and parents to 18-month-old Silas kept it ultra low-key, ringing in the occasion with some wine...and an intense game of Scrabble.
Jessica shared an Instagram of the date night, bragging that she was finally able to beat her hubby. “I played ‘sardine’ and got the 50 bonus points! Guess who is no longer undefeated," she said.
If you're even vaguely into the royals, Netflix's big new show, The Crown, has been on your radar for a while. And while no, Prince George won't be in this biopic about Queen Elizabeth (a little before his time, alas), there will be lots of political / personal drama, gorgeous palaces...and incredible fashion. Want a sneak peek before the show drops on November 4? Check out this featurette about the show's costumes, and try not to die of envy for all 'Lillibet's' amazing 1950's dresses.
It looks like a pint of Guinness, tastes like a cold brew, and is only available in one Canadian Starbucks location—but it's not on the secret menu. So what is this mystery drink launching RN in Canada?
It's nitro coffee, which in terms of coffee trends is 2016's answer to 2015's obsession with pour over (and apparently an extension of our obsession with cold coffee in general, which Starbucks says is actually a growing part of our morning coffee order, even in the winter).
So what is it, and how is not just cold brew? Well, it is cold brew in the sense that it's based on the same intial process (steeping coffee for 20 hours in cold water) but then things get science-y when they infuse it with nitrogen. This is key because it's crisp and cold without any ice added, excellent news for anyone who's ever hated how watered down the end of your iced coffee sometimes tastes.
Nitro cold brew is currently only available at one location in Canada (Brookfield Place in Toronto) but word on the street is that they'll be rolling it out at more locations A-to-the-SAP.