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Duchess Catherine’s hair was still so stylish during lockdown

OHMYGOSSIP — The Duchess of Cambridge styled her hair so well during lockdown that her own hairdresser’s services may no longer be required.
Royal crimper Richard Ward saw pictures of a particularly luscious-locked Catherine during lockdown owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, and was surprised at how good she’s become at doing her own hair.
According to the Eden Confidential column in the Daily Mail, Richard said of Duchess Catherine: “She’s just become really good at doing her own hair, like most people. I can tell you her good hair maintenance over lockdown wouldn’t have been because anyone has been to the palace to do it, I can assure you that!”
He went on to say that customers at his Sloane Square salon regularly ask him for styles like Catherine’s, because she has “aspirational hair”. Speaking about how often he gets asked to replicate styles to Catherine’s he said: “It’s asked for all the time, because she’s got aspirational hair.”
Meanwhile the same column also reports that one of the UK’s most popular drinks has lost it’s royal connection, after revealing that blackcurrants used for Ribena are no longer taken from The Prince of Wales’ Sandringham Estate, after Charles decided to go fully organic, which apparently means the fruit can no longer be grown at an affordable price.
Farm manager Keith Banham told the column: “We lost the blackcurrants because we could not grow them profitably on our soils. However, we’ve been growing wheat, barley, peas and oats in a conventional way forever at Sandringham and now we’re doing it organically.”
Despite blackcurrants for Ribena no longer being grown there, one thing that will soon be swooping over Sandringham are giant eagles, after Charles backed a proposal to reintroduce them to the UK. Plans have been made to release 60 giant eagles from Poland onto the Wild Ken Hill estate in Norfolk, which is just a matter of minutes away from Sandringham.

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