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Get married less than 2 years ago with public and private (family) pressure to produce heirs quickly. (preferably male) Then people wonder why they don't live happily ever after.
Good for them. Prince William has guaranteed the House of Windsor rolls on confidently into the 21st Century and all he had to do was inseminate his beautiful wife.
It's good to be the (future) king.
And with Prince Harry out of the immediate line of succession the Palace is less likely to worry about his combat deployments and naked romps through penthouse sex parties.
Is she really Baronness Carrickfergus? I'm not much for titles, but that would be pretty sweet to put on a business card.
Would it be the biggest scandal in England's history if she popped out a black kid?
"Put your mother in a straight-jacket you punk ass white boy." ~ Mike Tyson
I'm pretty sure that warrants public flaying of both her and the child.
Yes. Though I misspelled it. It's Baroness. Royals generally receive an English title, a Scottish title, and a Northern Irish title. Baron Carrickfergus is Prince William's Northern Irish title.
Reminds me of the best quote from the new Lincoln movie: "There is nothing that will make an Englishman shit so quick as the sight of General Washington."
I can't even imagine how many days in a row that French tabloids would have a picture of that baby on the cover.
Please happen. Please, please happen.
someone beat you to the punch
And she's a heck of a field hockey player.
so you're saying this was an in-vitro baby?
Your average UofM fan and I have something in common, neither of us went to UofM. Though we do share One major difference, I got Accepted.
that aint field hockey, looks like shinny or something, also...in heels?
also also, kid in the back is checking out dat ass
Could the monarchy survive a "black prince/princess?"
Probably, as long as it's not the firstborn.
What happens if they have twins?
First pulled out?
You sound like a real Queen.
First out. (I can't say with certainty, but I would imagine that...) They don't come out at the same time.
If so, there's a lot of pressure on that Doc. He/she's going to deal with a real bitter Prince or Princess down the road...
In the old days the male child would win. The odds of having two boys surviving to adulthood made this an insignificant problem.
But today succession no longer depends on gender so they'd just have to settle the matter with the world's highest stakes game of rock/paper/sizers.
they battle to the death at age 3.
The correct answer is - HRH will be a blimp.
Winter is coming....
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