Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Kate Middleton Top the PopSugar 100 So Far!

May 5, 2012 by Chelsy  
Filed under Royal Family News


Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart pull ahead of the pack in the PopSugar 100! Hey there, I’m Karli Bulnes. Find out who’s hot on their heels in today’s PopSugar Rush. After a week and a half of voting, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are sitting pretty at the top of the sixth annual PopSugar 100 leader board, with Kristen currently playing runner up to two-time winner Rob. PopSugar editor Lauren Turner joins me now with more on the stars who are giving the Twilight leads a run for their money. Hey Lauren! Hi! Tell us who has a chance of taking over for Rob and Kristen. Kate Middleton is at number three: she and Prince William celebrated their one year wedding anniversary, she stepped out on her own a lot, and had some major style moments since becoming a Duchess And there’s even more heavy hitters close to Rob, Kristen, and Kate, right? Yes, Angelina Jolie is occupying the number six spot, just one ahead of Brad Pitt They’ve both had a big year: Angie made her directorial debut, Brad was nominated for an Oscar, and of course, they just got engaged! Also in the top ten, we’ve got Reese Witherspoon and Charlize Theron, why do you think those women are getting so much support? Reese is having a banner year, since she’s reportedly pregnant, but what’s interesting is that both she and Charlize are connected to Rob and Kristen — Reese starred opposite Rob in Water For Elephants while Charlize is in Snow White and the Huntsman with Kristen — so perhaps these two are

Rory Stewart on the cult of the hero (and how he got over it)

February 4, 2012 by Chelsy  
Filed under Prince Harry News


Rory Stewart MP is, according to the New York Times, ‘leading one of the most remarkable lives on record’. At 38, he’s already been tutor to Prince William and Prince Harry, walked 6000 km across Afghanistan, been deputy governor of two provinces in occupied Iraq, set up an arts charity in Kabul, written two best-selling books, sold the movie rights to his life-story to Brad Pitt, and, most recently, returned to the UK to become an MP. Here, he talks to Jules Evans about the classical cult of the hero, how it has become irrelevant in the modern world, and how he feels he has ‘liberated’ himself from its allure.