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Monday, July 11, 2011

Kate Middleton’s Wardrobe Malfunction

TORONTO (Fox Nation) - It wasn't the royal honey 'moon' Canadians were expecting.

Prince William's bride had a brief skirt-lifting experience when a prairie breeze hiked her dress almost to the waist.

QMI Agency's national photographer Andre Forget was following the royal couple at Calgary's Airport when he captured Duchess Kate's barely-seen Marilyn Monroe moment - far from any admiring crowd.

It happened Thursday after the royal couple were flown in a military helicopter from Lake Louise, Alta., where they spent the previous night at a nearby lodge.

Forget said they were walking back to the chopper on the wind-whipped tarmac for a group photo with the crew, accompanied by an Air Force officer and an aide carrying a pair of white cowboy hats presented minutes earlier by Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi.

As her bright yellow skirt skittered, the former Catherine Elizabeth Middleton hastily reached for the hem in a bid to stall a cheeky exposé.

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