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 on: Today at 02:53:41 am 
Started by Kuei Fei - Last post by Fly on the wall
Airlie Walsh‏@AirlieWalsh·
The Duchess with a spring in her step this morning. Priceless! #RoyalVisitAus pic.twitter.com/yz5hdrNSEv
https://twitter.com/AirlieWalsh/status/458035287700942848/photo/1




Airlie Walsh‏@AirlieWalsh
William and Kate strolling the grounds of Government House, dressed down, hand in hand. #RoyalVisitAus pic.twitter.com/zTDEc1gEny
https://twitter.com/AirlieWalsh/status/458034841175326720/photo/1


Look at them matching tehe



When Baby Prince George Met George The Bilby


As Prince William examined that bilby’s fur to see if it will make a suitable hairpiece, Baby Prince George held a thumb to his mouth as he thought to himself, “Hmm, canz I eat that?”

The hardest working baby in the entire world (I mean, he IS working on a holiday) who is also the luckiest baby in the entire world because he gets to regularly inhale Prince Hot Ginge’s vodka breath, was back at work today at the Taronga Zoo in Sydney. Duchess Kate, Prince William and Baby Prince George are still on their two-week government-funded vacation masquerading as a work trip through New Zealand and Australia and once they’re done they’re going to need another government-funded vacation, because they have never worked this hard in their lives! They were all at the zoo today and Baby Prince George met the animal who is harvesting his daddy’s future hairpiece. Actually, I think Baby Prince George is the one who’s harvesting his daddy’s future hairpiece.

The bilby’s name is George, but his name wasn’t always George. His named used to be Boy, but when Baby Prince George was pulled out of the royal vagine, he was forced to change his name to George as a tribute to that drooling royal. So this is just a special moment between a peasant bilby and the all-powerful royal baby who’s the sole reason for why he had to change his damn name to George. That bilby would throw a side-eye, but he knows he’d be turned into Easter stew if he did.

http://dlisted.com/2014/04/20/when-baby-prince-george-met-george-the-bilby/

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 on: Today at 02:48:49 am 
Started by Pepe Le Skew - Last post by Stargazer
I think PG is just a big baby! Both parents are tall. I have a friend whose baby grew off the charts only normalising in his late teens. He is 19 now and 6'2".

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 on: Today at 02:44:00 am 
Started by Kuei Fei - Last post by cate1949
guess the divorce will have to wait -

Government House sounds heavenly -

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 on: Today at 02:40:56 am 
Started by Kuei Fei - Last post by Stargazer
http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/royal-rest-day-may-be-just-the-time-to-meet-the-locals-20140420-36z6c.html

You can see the twitter pic of them on their morning stroll hand in hand if you scroll down!

Sorry about all the posts but I think everyone else is probably asleep or out and about!

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 on: Today at 02:23:12 am 
Started by Pepe Le Skew - Last post by india
But why not announce his birth in June? If it was Tamara's egg/womb and Willy's sperm then they knew all along he would be born in June. Why wait until July. This is not making a whole lot of sense. Weird.

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 on: Today at 02:19:09 am 
Started by YooperModerator - Last post by india
They are very foolish and short sighted in keeping this little baby from the public in the UK.

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 on: Today at 02:17:46 am 
Started by YooperModerator - Last post by india
He is a darling little dumpling.

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 on: Today at 02:16:17 am 
Started by YooperModerator - Last post by Stargazer
PG is such a cutie, I can't understand why they would keep him from the public! He seems like a live wire, which may account for the comments about breaking the furniture...I can see him getting into the cupboards and bashing the saucepans etc (if he is allowed)

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 on: Today at 02:07:30 am 
Started by Kuei Fei - Last post by Stargazer
http://news.nationalpost.com/2014/04/20/kate-middleton-and-prince-william-differ-from-charles-and-diana-because-they-seem-to-actually-like-each-other/

It was the most fleeting of moments, but it said everything about the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s relationship and the reason their tour of Australasia has been such a success.

Arriving at Sydney Opera House on Wednesday for their official welcome to Australia, the couple walked up the steps to the building, admiring the view of the Harbour Bridge bathed in autumn sun. Wrapped up in the moment on her first visit to the city, the Duchess failed to register the crowds behind screaming for her to turn so they could get a picture. The Duke, ever the professional, touched her hand as a sign to turn around, prompting wild cheering from the throng as she flashed a perfect smile.

What a difference from the corresponding tour by the Prince and Princess of Wales in 1983, when Charles could not understand Diana’s rock-star popularity and quickly came to resent it. The Duke of Cambridge not only understands his wife’s popularity, but actively promotes it. He knows that he comes a distant second to the Duchess (and both are outshone by Prince George), but he is clearly comfortable with that, partly because of his obvious love for her. When the Duchess made her only speech of the tour — at a children’s hospice in Manly on Friday — the Duke, playing cheerleader, even let out a “Woo” as she was introduced by its chief executive.

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 on: Today at 02:02:07 am 
Started by Kuei Fei - Last post by Stargazer
I went to a doctor of Chinese medicine once who believed firmly that the Dukan diet was terrible and stripped your body so so much fluid and fat that you look terrible in the face like the Middleton women. They have lost all the softness in their features. I didn't believe it at the time but I must say I think it every time I see them now!
it could all be a load of rubbish though!

News headlines just now, K&M spotted out walking hand in hand!

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