Those folks at Yahoo! Shine certainly have their priorities straight: Don’t worry about the facts, just get the article pushed out. So, when you read this headline, you might think that the Duchess of Cambridge attended a coronation because, well, that’s what it says:
She didn’t. She attended a ceremony for the anniversary of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth.
Of course, it’s normal for us regular folks to notice that the Shine writers are also above using punctuation:
… except when they use it incorrectly:
Again with the coronation! Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, was not even born when the queen was crowned:
When she’s not screwing up facts and punctuation, she’s adding an extraneous word and using the wrong word:
But wait! There’s more! There’s the randomly capitalized duchess and the contraction it’s where the possessive pronoun its should be:
Just because the facts are wrong, the words are wrong, the punctuation is wrong, don’t judge.