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“I know she would probably never date prince harry but I would without hesitation accept Lana del ray as his princess” - Submitted by Anonymous
The words “for free” were clearly omitted from the original.
The Royal Golden Trio
I think Kate is turning someone into a member of the Supremes.
Um, it’s fine, I’m fine. I understand that the baby won’t be born with hair like this.
“ My friends little girls birthday today, her dads in afghans with prince Harry, & he sent her a letter!:’)” @Swagitos on Twitter
Oh god! He is adorable!!
This is just amazing.
Congratulations to Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who have announced they are expecting a little royal. For the first time in British history, this child will be third in line to the throne behind its father, William, and grandfather Prince Charles regardless of gender, thanks to a recent feminist change in the law of primogeniture. This shunts royal heartthrob Prince “Hot Ginge” Harry to fourth in line, most likely to his vast relief.
The announcement came early in the pregnancy because the Duchess had to be admitted to hospital suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, an extreme form of morning sickness. It occurs in only about 1% of pregnant women, although (cue royal-watcher hysteria) it is more common among women carrying twins. In the history of the House of Windsor (formerly known as Saxe-Coburg-Gotha) and the House of Hanover before them, there has never been a case of twins born in the direct line of the throne.
Gawker has tried counting backward to determine where, exactly, the royal impregnation took place, and lists Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Borneo, the Solomon Islands, Tuvalu, and England as the possible options. While no one in the media can claim definite knowledge, it seems logical to call it for the Polynesian island of Tuvalu, if only because of this GIF from the visit. Clearly the royals were influenced by the tropical sensuality of the locale and let it move them. Whether or not the Earth also moved that night, well, nobody’s telling.
This is not how a Royal should wave:
Let the real Royal Queen show you how it’s done:
My fav is still Princess Alice
Reblogging again because of Princess Alice :)
Alice is awesome :P
The Royal Command Performance (x)
4th November 1963 → This was the night of The Beatles’ famous appearance at the Royal Command Performance at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London, in the presence of the Queen Mother and Princess Margaret. During their performance, John Lennon passed into Royal Variety history when he made his celebrated suggestion that those in the cheap seats should clap their hands while the rest could just rattle their jewellery.
The Beatles’ appearance was a triumph. However, they declined all subsequent invitations to reappear on the show, despite repeated attempts to lure them back.
❝We managed to refuse all sorts of things that people don’t know about. We did the Royal Variety Show, and we were asked discreetly to do it every year after that, but we always said, ‘Stuff it.’ So every year there was a story in the newspapers: ‘Why no Beatles for the Queen?’ which was pretty funny, because they didn’t know we’d refused. That show’s a bad gig, anyway. Everybody’s very nervous and uptight and nobody performs well. The time we did do it, I cracked a joke on stage. I was fantastically nervous, but I wanted to say something to rebel a bit, and that was the best i could do.❞ - John Lennon (1970)
What in the actual…
I am in love with this frog. I want this frog. Make it happen people.
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