Transcript for Dress Codes Released for Reporters Covering William and Kate's Visit to the US
Welcome back, everybody. Right into "Pop news" with a royal heads up for all reporters hoping to cover prince William and princess Kate's visit to the United States next month. It is our country. But there's a dress code for journalists to adhere to. For men, you need to be wearing a jacket and tie. And ladies, trouser or skirt suit. Robin, ginger, we need to go out and pick up skirt suits. Jump suit with a statement necklace. It's on there, you're good. You're good. The thing is, the palace says, it's about respect. The attire. If you wear jeans, expect to be dismissed. And trainers, otherwise known as sneakers, out of the question for a royal encounter. They are set to visit both new York and Washington. They land here on December 7th. Duly noted. And it's all over the paper this is morning. I'll be wearing my skirt suit. Got it out right now, folks. You have not stood up yet during the show. Right. It's -- today it's a kilt. That's totally code. You're all good. Yes. "Zoolander" 2 got more ridiculously good-looking. Penelope Cruz signed on. And Ben stiller as derrick zoolander. And Jennifer aniston's guy, Justin Thor row is writing the script. And no word on if will Ferrell or Owen Wilson will return. We know it takes place ten years after the original in Europe and hopefully has a lot of blue steel. Something that Dan Harris may know something about. Look at that. Dan. Go ahead, yes. You know what? I can only do it when I'm next to Michael. He adds a little bit of intimidation factor, which on my own I cannot produce. Robin, can you show -- you were just doing it. Just admiring Dan. Yeah. The word admiring is not quite the right word. She was mocking? No, never. Never, no.
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