How Kate Middleton Ranks Against the Top Ten Fashion Models
Kate Middleton, AKA the Duchess of Cambridge, has re-entered the top ranks of the fashion world after appearing on the cover of British Vogue.
(Media-Newswire.com) - Austin, TEXAS, May 13, 2016 -- Her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Cambridge AKA Kate Middleton is re-entering the world of fashion by posing for British Vogue in her first-ever fashion shoot.
Global Language Monitor compared Kate's Moda Quotient ( MQ ) compared with a number of the world's highest paid fashion models like Cara Delevingne and Gisele Bundchen and she is ... No 2 on the chart already
British Vogue celebrated its centennial issue with seven new photographs of Her Royal Highness. The photos were taken by Josh Olins in the East Anglia countryside, the home to Cambridge household. The session was a collaboration with the National Portrait Gallery, which will feature two of the portraits.
Of course, this is not the first time, Kate has made the list.
In 2015, Kate made the list, though in an oblique manner: "4. Kate’s Baby girl — A little princess waiting in the wings?"
The Princess waiting in the wings was none other than Princess Charlotte.
Previous to this, Kate made her debut as a global fashion leader by knocking Lady Gaga who had captured the Top Spot in 2010. Kate took the Top Spot again again 2012, and ceded the Top Spot to London in 2013.
London ( 2013 ) the Princess Effect ( 2012 ) Kate Middleton ( 2011 ) Lady Gaga ( 2010 ) The Princess Effect was noted in 2012 when one UK newspaper quipped, 'She turns everything she wears into sold. At the time, the Princess Effect was said to contribute some £1 billion to the UK economy annually.
Methodology: GLM’s various word analyses are longitudinal in nature covering a number of years that varies with the particular analysis. The rankings are based upon actual word usage throughout the English-speaking world, which now numbers more than 1.83 billion people. GLM analyses billions of web pages, millions of blogs, 300,000 print and electronic news organizations, and new social media sites as they emerge. To qualify for GLM’s lists, the words, names, and phrases must be found globally, have a minimum of 25,000 citations. and the requisite ‘depth’ and ‘breadth’ of usage. Depth is here defined as appearing in various forms of media; breadth that they must appear world-over, not limited to a particular profession or social group or geography.
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