Kelly Osbourne Responds To Kate Middleton Comments

Kelly Osbourne Responds To Kate Middleton Comments

Kelly Osbourne was on E!‘s show, Fashion Police recently, and not only did she rip into Christina Aguilera with brute force (Take that, Fatty McFatterson!), she also laid into the future Queen of England, Duchess Kate Middleton!

Well, we shouldn’t say that she really laid into her, but she did pick on her for a moment, over her recycling her clothes for events. We all recycle our clothes, but apparently because Kate is a public figure, this is frowned upon. Kelly went on Jay Leno’s show to talk about the thrifty Duchess.

She said, “In England they’re like, ‘Look how thrifty she’s being, showing the British public that the Royals are in a recession as well. Only in this country they call it a faux pas.”

Kelly doesn’t believe that Kate should have to recycle anything — just wear it and toss it. How wasteful!

She revealed, “I’m sorry, but if I had that job I would only wear it once. If I am going to be the future bloody Queen of England I’m going to wear that dress once because I’m giving up the rest of my life, all of my privacy. At least I can get a new dress every day!”

Jay then asked her, “How about underpants? Would you throw them away?”

She replied, “Well, if I could, I would. That’s a really good idea, actually.”

After this interview, Kelly was treated like a red-headed stepchild, because some people obviously don’t have a sense of humor. The rumors were going around that she was smack talking the Duchess of Cambridge! So she took to her Twitter account to call them out!

She said, “I didn’t talk sh*t about kate middleton saying she deserves a new dress everyday is not talking sh*t last time i checked thank you DailyFail.”

Ha! There you have it!

Besides all of that, could you see not re-wearing ANYTHING twice? Wasteful or not? What do you think?

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