To "Pop news," shall we. It's the royal edition, Kate Middleton looking stunning in a very dark blue jenny Packard gown just spectacular and it was her first official event of the year, black-tie gala... See More
To "Pop news," shall we. It's the royal edition, Kate Middleton looking stunning in a very dark blue jenny Packard gown just spectacular and it was her first official event of the year, black-tie gala for the national portrait gallery in London. What caught everyone's eye was around her neck. A diamond necklace loaned to her by the queen. Hold on here. The hadurabad was a gift from the king of India. The price, doesn't have one. It's absolutely priceless. Yeah, it is. The duchess of Cambridge looked tan and gorgeous and back with 6-month-old prince George on the caribbean island of mustique. They wear dimes and go to the caribbean just like us. Just like us. Also in "Pop news" this morning, thought this was interesting. Is your left side really your best side? New research revealing that over 60% of paintings since the 14th century and 90% of Jesus imagery shows the left side of the face. Why, you ask. Science writer Sam Keats says it's more expressive. It's controlled by the right side of our brain which rules our emotions. Next time you're posing for a photo. Tilt the shoulder thing, ask yourself which way do I naturally turn. Chances are it's left. I'm sorry, did you say something, George? Are you talking? Sort of hurts the idea of the desk. What? From now on we will all only look left. I hope that's okay with you, America. And finally in "Pop news," it is a case of penguins on parade twice a day. A zoo in Japan. This happens twice a day. King Peng ins shuffling a third of a mile in 40 minutes. They line up. They do it every day as part of the zoo's exercise program to fend off and this is a quote, penguin obesity during wintertime. Epidemic. We can relate. If you like your penguins with a little more pep in their step, though, check out this little speedometer. This galapagos penguin knows how to play. Follow the leader. Adorable. And that is "Pop news." Thank you, Lara. You're welcome. And now the story of this
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