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Another winner in life's lottery
Prince William - Willie to his mates, has proven to be a better man that his wimpish exterior would suggest. He has achieved what any red-blooded man would have been ecstatic to attempt: he has impregnated the delicious Kate - and it took about a year only, although the cynical amongst us suspect he practiced for nearly a decade.
We would still have been in the dark about the approaching motherhood - the royals like to keep us guessing as long as possible before informing their loyal subjects another privileged sponger has joined the ranks.
But we now know, and those who view kings and queens as approaching deities, are billing and cooing all over the air-waves. Kate had to give it up as she was suffering from “serious early morning sickness,” bless her, and this necessitated a trip to hospital.
So the lovely girl is back in the news and for something more substantial (pun meant) than the photos of her titties she tried to block early in the year.
Thank goodness for little sperms, though, this stunning news has almost wiped the Israeli-Palestine dilemma from the news. And we will now have years of this, all through the pregnancy and then as the child is born…”A child is born!!!” You know the song I mean.
What a wonderful Xmas pressie for the nation! We can forget all our money worries and rejoice as the new royal begins to spend and spend - or mum and dad do.
What a lottery is this life indeed. Imagine all the world’s mums who conceived at the same moment as Kate. Most of their progeny will be born in - at best - ordinary circumstances and - at worst - in abject poverty. But not little…what? Charlie, James, Maggie, Lizzie?? This little barely formed embryo is destined to be cosseted, spoiled and lauded from the cradle to the grave, and then maybe be a queen or king in turn.
The spawn of pirates…Stinks, doesn’t it?
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