As a child, I referred to my grandparents as Grandmother and Granddaddy.If I needed to indicate which one, I simply added their last name. When my first grandson arrived, that is the way I referred to my self to the baby as well as to others.From there, the Oscar winner chased the lawyer down for months until she eventually agreed to go out with him.The couple tied the knot in 2014 and welcomed their first children, a twin boy and girl, last month.“So when we started seeing each other, Christine kept waiting for the other shoe to drop, for me to panic about what this would mean—to my career or to myself—as if somehow I just hadn’t noticed that she was a woman." Despite the extravagant worldwide-televised wedding, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's love story is quite ordinary.
When she saw that the popular rom-com actor made a reservation under his real name, she initially wrote it off as a joke until he actually walked in asking for a trim.Andrews in Scotland, where they were both living in the same residency hall and studied art history.But before Middleton added Duchess to her name, she was actually a typical 20-something looking for a job.When he first started talking, he was calling his mother mommy and calling me the same thing. It sounded so sweet that I was thrilled he had found his own name for me. His two year old brother calls me Grand; time will tell if he ever adds the mommy.Let’s be honest here: There’s nothing that gives us more hope than when a super hot famous celebrity ends up dating—and eventually marrying—a totally regular person. ) Now, while we know it’s still unattainable to fit ourselves into the Ryan Reynolds and Blake Livelys and Beyonce and Jay Zs of the world (you know, the A-list celebrities who are so impossibly A-list that they would never go for a plebe like us?After college, around the time William and her were dating, Middleton picked up a job as an accessories buyer for the British retailer, Jigsaw.