Are you from Sweden, or you used to live there, or you vacationed there recently? Or perhaps you fondly recall a skating event there?I miss Sweden so much!
Really? It looks like them from the back to me. Prince Harry probably has his suit jacket hanging open, like he usually does. Harry and William are two male members of the House of Windsor who share none of the sartorial style and polish of their great-great uncles David (Duke of Windsor) and George (Duke of Kent).The picture of the Sussexes does not look like H&M's silhouettes to me. Harry looks beefy which he was certainly not at the time. And that doesn't look like his head. The ones in the picture could be anyone.
I didn't like their holiday card either, didn't say holiday to me at all, too personal for something that's supposed to be a greeting to others, including more formal associates and such, not just friends. And I would have had the same reaction had it been William and Kate's card. Thought Charles and Camilla the same, not quite as personal as Harry and Meghan, but while it's a lovely portrait of them, doesn't say holiday to me.
I mean I see the family shots for the holidays, but do regular people send out a holiday card that is a romantic picture of themselves? I wouldn't do that.
Don't women commonly hold their baby bumps?That holding your baby bump bugs the $hit out me too. I think it is an affect adopted for effect. We all know she is going to have a baby.
No, most women do not "cradle" their bump. Celebs do - but that has become a "thing". And, you don't need to hold on to feel every little move. You feel them from the inside .Don't women commonly hold their baby bumps?
That's my impression in any case - largely dependent on seeing so many celebrities do so at awards event and such. I've not been pregnant myself, nor much in the company of pregnant women.
I thought it was either a protective/natural instinct, or just cool to feel the baby moving around.