Congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Royal Family, the Middleton family, and the people of the British Empire
on the birth of His Royal Highness, the as-yet-unnamed Prince of Cambridge.
How can this child NOT be gorgeous? His parents are beyond fairy tale beautiful and handsome, plus Kate's dimples are to-die-for.
After all of the hoopla over the British Parliament agreeing to change history by allowing a first born daughter to ascend to the throne over a younger brother, I thought that the Kate was carrying a princess for sure.
How sad it is that Williams' late mother, Diana, isn't alive to enjoy the wonderfulness of grandparenthood.
Supposedly Buckingham Palace released this photo of Duchess Kate and
Queen Elizabeth painting the nursery amid speculation as to whether
the new arrival would be a boy or a girl. (I think it's definitely photo-
shopped as the Queen doesn't have a purse on her arm!)
Is it just me or does it seem only yesterday that we were looking at
photos of Prince William and his brother, Prince Harry, in their nursery?
Prince William and Prince Harry in the royal nursery, 1985
Of course, many English decorators have suggestions for the Royal Nursery:
The closest America has ever come to having
a royal family has been the Kennedy dynasty.
This is a photo of John F. Kennedy's nursery.
The late President and his adorable daughter, Caroline Kennedy.
Jackie Kennedy and Caroline, living in a Washington,
D.C., townhouse while John F. Kennedy was a Senator.
I can't end today's post without my guess as to the name William and Kate
have chosen for their son: Charles Henry William George. But, I think they'll
call him Henry or George. What name do you think the little Prince will be given?
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