The post went viral on social media among royals style blogs, resulting in Tucker deleting her account.
Various products and tools were spread out on a wooden table with the caption: "Think that's everything!"
The picture showed 13 brushes, six combs, three hair tongs and two hairdryers, with most of the seven products splayed out costing less than £10. "But lots of people don't fill in the paperwork and they don't feel the need to be acknowledged in that way, but we are always very grateful". There was also the Texturising Spray (about AU$12.18) and Elnett Supreme Hold Hairspray (about AU$8.70). The most expensive item in the hair haul is the Diva Professional Styling Intelligent Digital Aran Tong which is infused with argan oil and creates Middleton's trademark loose curls.
On hand to greet Kate and William for a formal luncheon were King Carl XVI Gustaf, Queen Silvia of Sweden, Prince Daniel and Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden at the Royal Palace of Stockholm.
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Seven inches of the duchess' royal locks were donated to the Little Princess Trust, a United Kingdom charity that provides wigs to children who have lost their hair due to cancer or other illnesses.
According to the Sunday Express, Catherine chose to chop off her locks after her hairdresser, Joey Wheeler, paid her a visit at Kensington Palace.
"While Joey was snipping away the idea came to her of doing some good with it rather than throwing it away", the unnamed source said.
Ms Creese said that normally people send their hair donation with a slip which contains their name and email address, which the charity then responds to with a certificate.