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Posted at 4:51 PM ET, 12/19/2010

Read this: On what planet is Kate Middleton a "commoner"? Oh, right: England

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Look, a new picture of Kate! With her fiance at some Christmas gala in England on Saturday. (Sang Tan/AP)

Kate Middleton is fabulously rich and beautiful and privileged -- but in England, she's technically a "commoner." Our colleague Anthony Faiola dissects the tensions and class-consciousness aroused by her engagement to Prince William in the U.K., "a society where status is measured in birthright and breeding," and people still snark about how her (now fabulously rich) mother used to be a flight attendant. We here at the Post use the occasion to display even more photos of Kate Middleton.

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By The Reliable Source  | December 19, 2010; 4:51 PM ET
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