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Kate Middleton makes style waves every time she and her baby bump emerge from the Palace gates and this commitment to fashion's cause hasn't escaped Holly Valance's eagle eye. The former Strictly Come Dancing star told HELLO! online: "Kate Middleton has the hardest job in the world, she sets a great example for young girls. She's conservative, modern, elegant and feminine all at the same time." Holly added: "I like that she wears local designers I think that's really patriotic of her and cool, she is a brilliant ambassador for this country!" Although the Australian, who has a starring role
Sixty years after Elizabeth II was crowned queen at Westminster Abbey the nation witnessed the special day for a second time. The Coronation played out on the BBC in a digitally re-mastered broadcast, aired for the first time since the Queen was crowned in 1953. The broadcast, narrated by Richard Dimbleby, follows the exact times of the original Coronation, airing from 10:15 to 17:20 on the BBC Parliament channel. The screening was part of a special season of programming laid on to celebrate and showcase the history behind the memorable day of 2 June 1953, the first Coronation to be televised. A
Beyoncé, Madonna and Jennifer Lopez headed a long list of music's leading ladies who performed at the Sound Of Change concert on Saturday. Along with the likes of Florence Welch, Jessie J and Mary J Blige, the pop divas electrified Twickenham Stadium to support projects offering help to women and girls across more than 70 countries. SCROLL DOWN TO SEE BEYONCÉ SPEAK IN CHIME FOR CHANGE'S VIDEO Beyoncé delighted the crowd singing her best-loved hits Run The World (Girls), Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It), Halo and Destiny's Child classic Survivor. "It's time for change," declared Beyoncé, taking to the stage