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Does Kate Middleton need bridezilla lessons? Even though she has the entire global beauty community at her beck and call, she has reportedly decided to do her own makeup on the big day, FashionEtc confirms.

London wedding planner Mark Niemierko told the style site that, following a suggestion from a friend, the bride-to-be decided to take private lessons with makeup artist Arabella Preston.

Do-it-yourself makeup wouldn't be a first for Kate. For her official engagement photos, she showed off her own cosmetology skills. But with billions of eyeballs watching her every facial expression, professional pointers are a definite must.

As for her nails, it's unclear who will be applying polish for the princess. But according to FashionEtc, she will not be stopping by Footopia at Peter Jones as planned because of the frenzy it would create. Word of warning, Kate: Please don't try these at home.

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  • Carol Lowther Lade

    I'm related to Kate. A lady Middleton married a Lowther in the 1630's We Lowthers have a
    castle too.

  • J.R.P.

    who cares

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