As for William, no one is quite sure if he'll be celebrating with his wife or not. E! and others believe William will be remaining in Cambridge, where he began his ten-week agricultural management program earlier this week (and where he is renting a residence for the duration of the program). But we sincerely hope this is a television-style "fake-out" plot where he's been telling her all week he's got "so much work already" and he'll "do what he can to make it back Thursday, but he has to see how the paper goes" ("Oh," Kate says, "Sure, I mean, I guess that makes sense," before laughing awkwardly and nearly shouting, "I have George here, so!"), only for him to surprise her this morning at Kensington Palace with a bouquet and a pony and Taylor Swift singing on a parade float or whatever.
What can you do personally to observe this holy day? Well, here are a few options:
- Re-wear an outfit that you've already worn twice in pictures appearing on Instagram.
- Stop by your local volleyball court for a spirited spiking session (midriff-revealing top optional).
- Make today the day you finally attempt to pull off ringlets. When you get to work, strut you stuff down the hallway and make sure your office crush catches you twirling; you'll have a Prince William of your own before lunch.
- Buy yourself a weird trinket. Kate would want you to be good to yourself (and girl loves a good trinket).
- Wear a long-brown-haired wig, go to Starbucks, and when the barista asks for your name, say "the Duchess of Cambridge." Then when he calls that out when your drink's ready, smile and say, "Oh, you can call me 'Kate'" as you take your coffee.
- Print out all the pictures from our Kate Middleton hair-in-review slideshow and leave them in various spots throughout your hometown to brighten the day of whoever may find them ("spreading the gospel," if you will).
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