Kate Middleton

by Amarachi
(Lagos, Nigeria)

No stories but quite honestly elegance shouldn't be matched with fame and fortune though sometimes you can't separate the two. However I would say that Kate is not supposed to be on this list (not just yet). The film characters yes but their personalities "no". Bringing me to reduce my ICONs for elegance to a few number of exceptional women who we know cos some event in their lives have brought them to limelight but they were in these scenes their "real selves"


*Nigeria = Joke Silva (http://naijagists.com/joke-silva-jacobs-biography-movies-profile-latest-news-life-history/)

*Nigeria = Yinka Davies (http://www.naijarules.com/vb/all-music/26354-story-my-life-yinka-davies.html)
*Rania Queen of Jordan (I agree completely)
*Maya Angelou
*Lily Van Der Woodsen (Total Agree)

List is endless but this names stand out for me.

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