Other interesting stories in The Washington Post:

Paul Emsley and his portrait of Duchess Catherine. (Andrew Winning/Reuters)

Paul Emsley felt very bad about the scorching international criticism of his Kate Middleton portrait. But when he tried to sketch a more prototypically pretty version, he decided that the original is not only better — more natural, honest and true — but his life’s masterwork, he tells Anthony Faiola in his most extensive interview since the painting was unveiled.

In other news: Help Al Kamen find a title for Hillary Clinton’s next memoir. . . Caps debate whether Mike Green is their handomest teammate.

Katie Ledecky at the London 2012 Olympics. (Clive Rose/Getty Images)

“I just want to represent my school as well as I can. It’s not something where I feel like, ‘Oh I’m an Olympic gold medalist, I better win this race or else it’s going to look really silly.’ . . . There are great swimmers in the area, and if I don’t win, it’s fine.”

Katie Ledecky, the 15-year-old Olympic gold medalist who is now back home in Bethesda and competing still for her Stone Ridge high school swim team, reports our colleague Roman Stubbs.

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