Dear Duchess Kate, we hope you find solace in our list of celebrities who have also had their dresses and skirts caught in the wind!The wind is a a friend of fashion photography editorials, but as the following women know, it can also be a formidable foe.Have you noticed how often those short skirts and dresses on the female Fox News hosts hike up?
In fact, it’s happened to plenty of other high-profile celebrities, including one other royal.An award-winning surgeon at Mount Sinai Hospital was busted for taking pictures up women’s skirts after an eagle-eyed minister spotted the dirty doctor practicing his photographic perversity in the Union Square subway station. Adam Levinson, an assistant professor of urology at the hospital’s school of medicine, allegedly clipped a pen camera to a folded newspaper so he could peek up a woman’s skirt on a southbound 4 train about 5 p.m. Sheldon Birthwright, 46, a construction worker who once worked for the Transportation Security Administration, said he sensed something wrong almost immediately after Levinson stepped on the train at E. The doctor — a New York Medical College grad who twice won a national Patients’ Choice Award — held the newspaper at his side as he inched toward a woman wearing a knee-high dress and reading a Kindle. Birthwright said as soon as he got up the stairs, he ran into the NYPD’s Transit District 4 stationhouse and told cops the camera creep was prowling around the station.“He’s leaning on the pole right next to the door,” Birthwright told the Daily News. But what’s mysterious about it, there’s a pen attached to the paper. A couple of officers went with Birthwright to look for the suspect, but they lost his trail.If you're wearing a short dress or a short skirt and you cross your legs, it's almost guaranteed to ride up.I've collected some screen grabs of Outnumbered, which has four female cohosts, over the last several months.