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Kate Middleton Trained To Be Princess Royal

Kate Middleton Trained To Be Princess RoyalKate Middleton knew exactly what he would face when she married Prince William on April 29, 2011 in Westminster Abbey.

While her love story with a potential King of England continues, Kate (28 th), "given the assistance of the royal ordinance that has never given to any girl before joining the family," a resource person from within the royal family told the latest issue of Us Weekly .

"Help the kingdom were" including intense training by learning from what happened late candidate-in-law, Princess Diana, says Katie Nicholl, author of "William and Harry: Behind the Palace Walls."

"About three years ago, the palace staff began to show a video about Diana to Kate," said Nicholl. "The videotape that showed him out of the car and the paparazzi started to invade, so that she can overcome it. Now he knows how."

Candidate Princess will also receive the royal correspondence training, public speaking, and "how to behave at a formal banquet," said Nicholl told Us Weekly

Keeping trick Desire Night Snacking

Keeping trick Desire Night SnackingDo you have a habit mengucah snack in the middle of the night? Do you realize that it can disrupt the activity program slimming diet and exercise.

Midnight snacking habits of potential triggers weight gain. This is because your metabolism decreases when the night. Food that enters the body is not burned into energy, but stored as fat.

To curb the desire to snack at night, try to follow the following five tricks.

Kenyangkan stomach during the day

Fulfill your desire to eat during the day until full. Choose healthy and nutritious foods, like salad, nuts and low calorie foods. Eat little but often, because it will make full longer. Do not be afraid to eat the night, simply, reduce the amount of carbohydrate.


It may sound strange, but this trick worked quite well. Usually you will be lazy to eat again after a toothbrush.

Avoid temptation

Avoid passing the road, where mini subscription. When at home, avoid also view or open a cupboard to store food. By not see food, you can resist the desire to snack.


Divert your attention by calling a friend or chatting. Talk about exciting gossip, so focus your attention not on food. This is quite effective in suppressing the desire to find a snack.


Avoid sleeping late at night, because it requires energy. As a result, the body needs food. Sleep on time and do not be too late so you are not busy looking for food in the middle of the night.

Examination protest at U.S. airport, a passenger Perform Action Clothes Off

Examination protest at U.S. airport, a passenger Perform Action Clothes OffWASHINGTON - A student has posted a video on the Internet that shows him stripped off one by one until the remaining only swimming trunks. This was done to protest the security measures at the airport in Salt Lake City, which he considers excessive.

The video was reportedly taken on Tuesday in front of airport security personnel. But an airport official reported similar protests on Wednesday.

In the video, an officer Transportation Security Administration (TSA) asked, "What are you doing?!"

"This is a safety precaution, man," replied the student. "Just make sure I do not have a problem."

"Put your shirt back!" audible tone of voice commands before the student tried to explain that he plans to dress after leaving the metal detector.

"Put your shirt back!" repeated agency.

He refused and told a TSA supervisor, "I saw on the TSA site and this (naked) means nothing to nothing."

The agent then tries to persuade that person to at least wear a shirt. "I will try another pose. Cool is not it?" he said.

Officials finally gave up and let him keep wearing her swimsuit.

Student identified only as Jimmy on his blog complaining about "silliness" of security procedures at U.S. airports.

On other days, according to airport spokeswoman Barbara Gann, a similar incident also occurred. Airport CCTV cameras capture images of a man in a bathing suit, boots, and hat was walking around the terminal. He even spent time outside the terminal in cold temperatures. "He was allowed to exercise freedom of speech," said Gann.

TSA did not see any reason to take action. "He's not a security threat," said TSA spokesman, Dwyane Baird, at the airport in Salt Lake. "We will have no reason to detain him."