Will and Kate are Safe after St. Jude’s Storm, Everyone
Us Weekly wants you to know that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took shelter from Great Britain’s worst storm since 1990.
St. Jude’s Storm, named after the patron saint of lost causes, tore through the south of England and Wales, with winds reaching 99 mph on the Isle of Wight. Four people were killed, and about 600,000 homes are without power as a result of the hurricane, which gained momentum in the Atlantic before knocking over trees and flooding some areas of the country.
“Kate Middleton, Prince William Stay Indoors at Kensington Palace During Massive St. Jude’s Storm,” the headline read.
“A source tells Us Weekly that Kate Middleton and Prince William were also affected. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 31, stayed indoors at Kensington Palace, presumably with their 3-month-old son Prince George.”
I’m no meteorologist, but logic would lead me to believe that staying indoors and away from window are the best ways to wait out a nasty storm.