I really really love this grey leisure set on Priyanka Chopra. First of all, it looks so comfortable, I want to touch this material. Next – the perfect shade of grey, buttery and rich. And notice the subtle luxury in the cuffs. Excellent decision to pair with white boots. (Go Fug Yourself)


Like I said in today’s open, King Charles’s coronation wasn’t on my radar this weekend so I’ve only just casually skimmed the coverage. Now that I’ve read Dlisted’s Michael K’s hilaroius review of the event though, I think I’m pretty much all caught up. The stars of the show were Prince Louis and the King Charles Spaniels! (Dlisted) 

Rose Hanbury, aka the Marchioness of Cholmondeley, was at the coronation with her husband David Rocksavage, because their son is one of the pageboys, and I’m sure you know the backstory on that. These people are very wealthy and very influential, the King’s inclusion here is very strategic. But now the gossip is about the shoes and how she wore the same shoes as Princess Kate which even the Daily Mail pointed out because, well, the British royals have put themselves in a position where they can’t challenge the tabloids. (Cele|bitchy) 


Have you been watching Ted Lasso this season? I have and I still enjoy it, but I agree with Dustin here about what happened in the last episode and particularly with Roy Kent…because to me that felt like a betrayal of the character. It’s not that I expect characters to be perfect or even consistent. They can make mistakes, for sure. Roy makes mistakes all the time. But not this kind of mistake. Or, rather, maybe it was the timing of the mistake. I would buy it more if it happened later, SPOILER ALERT, perhaps after he finds out about Keely and Jamie, had he said something like that, I could see it. But in that moment, it didn’t feel right to me. Then again, as the finale approaches, they’re running out of real estate, especially since they’ve crammed so many storylines into this one season. It’s why everything feels so rushed. (Pajiba) 

And here’s The Cut’s list of most awkward moments from the coronation. There, fully caught up now. (The Cut)