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Duchess Kate Cheers On Prince William's Polo Match!

Duchess Kate Cheers On Prince William's Polo Match!

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge comes out to support her husband, Prince William, and his brother, Prince Harry, at his polo match on Sunday (May 13) at Coworth Park in Berkshire, England.

The 30-year-old royal brought along her and Prince William‘s adorable puppy Lupo to help cheer on the family!

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge

Earlier in the week, Prince William and Kate attended the “Our Greatest Team Rises” Olympic Concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Kate looked gorgeous in a Jenny Packham gown!

FYI: Kate is wearing Stuart Weitzman‘s “Minx” wedges.

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# 1

She’s perfect! Gorgeous + beauty + brain + She’s a well behaved lady! Prince William couldnt have picked a better woman to spend the rest of his life with

# 2

Cute dress!

# 3

Duchess Kate is so BEAUTIFUL. LOVE from the U.S.

# 4

oh kate, why are you so flawless?

# 5

They are a lovely couple!

# 6

that dress is very Amish?

# 7

She is gorgeous but too thin.

# 8
Wow!!! She Is Hot! @ 05/13/2012 at 4:17 pm

. She Is Hooottttt! .

Did she get her hair done to go to a polo match? This woman is so vain.

speaktruth @ 05/13/2012 at 6:38 pm

Love her!!!

Forget about these 2-
Show us more of Harry!!! And some Lupo please.

@JEN:

Actually this was a huge charity event and many famous people were invited. So she probably dressed to fit the occasion. All of the proceeds are going to Harry’s Lesotho charity.

And if she hadn’t done her hair, you’d be complaining that she didn’t care about the charity wouldn’t you?

She’s far too pretty to wear something so dowdy, conservative and appropriate doesn’t have to mean nanna-necklines. And my goodness she’s very thin, considering how many young girls now look to her as a role model – and she is an excellent one – I wish she’d put on a bit of weight.

She’s far too pretty to wear something so dowdy, conservative and appropriate doesn’t have to mean aging yourself this much. And my goodness she’s very thin, considering how many young girls now look to her as a role model – and she is an excellent one – I wish she’d put on a bit of weight.

Ok, I love Princess Kate. I think she’s beautiful but I’m tired of everyone ooh’ing and aww’ing over every outfit she wears just because she’s a Princess. This outfit is not a hit. It’s literally something my Grandma would wear. The dress code for polo matches is summer dresses and blazers. There are so many better outfits she could’ve worn. This isn’t a knock against Kate either, because if she liked that dress then that’s all that matters but I’m tired of people not being brave enough to criticize her wardrobe once in a blue moon. The dress is very Mrs. Doubtfire.

I would like to see more Lupo! Cute dog.

She is a classy woman. Her clothes are really beautiful and understated, whether it be jeans or a filmy dress. I think she’s the best dressed woman in public life right now.

The Book of Moses
There is no end … to my words.–Moses 1:38 [Pearl/tapitcode.html]VISIONS OF MOSES. As revealed to Joseph Smith the Prophet, in June, 1830.
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Chapter 1
1:1 The words of God, which he spake unto Moses at a time when Moses was caught up into an exceedingly high mountain, (1:1, 20)
“An exceedingly high mountain”
“Exceedingly” is one of Joseph Smith’s favorite words.
1:2 And he saw God face to face, and he talked with him, and the glory of God was upon Moses; therefore Moses could endure his presence.
1:3 And God spake unto Moses, saying: Behold, I am the Lord God Almighty, and Endless is my name; for I am without beginning of days or end of years; and is not this endless?
1:4 And, behold, thou art my son; wherefore look, and I will show unto thee the workmanship of mine hands; but not all, for my works are without end, and also my words, for they never cease. “My words … never cease.”
The God of the Book of Moses is a talkative God.
1:5 Wherefore, no man can behold all my works, except he behold all my glory; and no man can behold all my glory, and afterwards remain in the flesh on the earth.
1:6 And I have a work for thee, Moses my son; and thou art in the similitude of mine Only Begotten; and mine Only Begotten is and shall be the Savior, for he is full of grace and truth; but there is no God beside me, and all things are present with me, for I know them all. “Thou art in the similitude of mine Only Begotten.”
Moses looks a lot like Jesus (I guess).
1:7 And now, behold, this one thing I show unto thee, Moses, my son, for thou art in the world, and now I show it unto thee.
1:8 And it came to pass that Moses looked, and beheld the world upon which he was created; and Moses beheld the world and all the ends thereof, and all the children of men which are, and which were created; of the same he greatly marveled and wondered. (1:8, 10, 12, 13, 20, 22, 24, 27, 30, 36)
“And it came to pass”
1:9 And the presence of God withdrew from Moses, that his glory was not upon Moses; and Moses was left unto himself. And as he was left unto himself, he fell unto the earth.
1:10 And it came to pass that it was for the space of many hours before Moses did again receive his natural strength like unto man; and he said unto himself: Now, for this cause I know that man is nothing, which thing I never had supposed. “And it came to pass that it was for the space of many hours before Moses did again receive his natural strength like unto man.”
The Book of Moses is a waste of words. I’d quit reading if I were you.
1:11 But now mine own eyes have beheld God; but not my natural, but my spiritual eyes, for my natural eyes could not have beheld; for I should have withered and died in his presence; but his glory was upon me; and I beheld his face, for I was transfigured before him.
1:12 And it came to pass that when Moses had said these words, behold, Satan came tempting him, saying: Moses, son of man, worship me.
1:13 And it came to pass that Moses looked upon Satan and said: Who art thou? For behold, I am a son of God, in the similitude of his Only Begotten; and where is thy glory, that I should worship thee?
1:14 For behold, I could not look upon God, except his glory should come upon me, and I were transfigured before him. But I can look upon thee in the natural man. Is it not so, surely?
1:15 Blessed be the name of my God, for his Spirit hath not altogether withdrawn from me, or else where is thy glory, for it is darkness unto me? And I can judge between thee and God; for God said unto me: Worship God, for him only shalt thou serve.
1:16 Get thee hence, Satan; deceive me not; for God said unto me: Thou are after the similitude of mine Only Begotten.
1:17 And he also gave me commandments when he called unto me out of the burning bush, saying: Call upon God in the name of mine Only Begotten, and worship me.
1:18 And again Moses said: I will not cease to call upon God, I have other things to inquire of him: for his glory has been upon me, wherefore I can judge between him and thee. Depart hence, Satan.
1:19 And now, when Moses had said these words, Satan cried with a loud voice, and ranted upon the earth, and commanded, saying: I am the Only Begotten, worship me.
1:20 And it came to pass that Moses began to fear exceedingly; and as he began to fear, he saw the bitterness of hell. Nevertheless, calling upon God, he received strength, and he commanded, saying: Depart from me, Satan, for this one God only will I worship, which is the God of glory.

@shanelle: and of ourselves we will surely fail in our quest for godly living. We will come to the end of ourselves and recognize our own bankruptcy. With Paul we will cry out, “I know that in me (that is, in my flesh) dwelleth no good thing; for to will is present with me, but how to perform that which is good I find not” (Rom. 7:18). God, by His grace and by the power of His Spirit can enable us to live lives that are pleasing to the One who died and rose again for us. May we reckon ourselves to be dead indeed unto sin (Rom. 6:11) that the life our Lord might be manifested in and through us (2 Cor. 4:10-11). We cannot, but God can! The God who indwells us can enable us.
In Exodus 18:21 we find the expression used of men. Moses was to find “able men” (lit.–”men of strength”) such as fear God, men of truth, hating covetousness. In light of this verse we can say that a virtuous man is one who fears God, loves truth and hates sin. Moses was to look for and find such men, and the implication is that such men were not easy to find. The expression is also used in 1 Kings 1:42 (“valiant man” or “man of strength”) and 1 Kings 1:52 (“worthy man” or “man of strength”). In this latter passage (v. 52) we learn that the opposite of a virtuous man is a man in whom wickedness is found. Thus a virtuous man is a man of great moral strength, in whom wickedness is not found. He is a godly, God-fearing man. So also, the virtuous woman is a God-fearing woman–compare Proverbs 31:10 with 31:30.

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