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(International Business Times)   Kate Middleton is rumored to be giving birth this week-- here are 5 things you don't really need to know about the royal baby   (ibtimes.com) divider line 66
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2013-07-09 11:12:48 PM  

Jamdug!: How is it formed?


Well when one of royal blood and one not of royal blood get together...
 
2013-07-10 12:05:09 AM  

Arthur Two Sheds Jackson: I bet the royal afterbirth tastes like chicken....


"Some say he receives vital nutrients by ingesting royal afterbirth..."
 
2013-07-10 01:21:02 AM  
I assume the umbilical will be made into some appalling English dessert, since all English food is reprehensibly disgusting.
 
2013-07-10 01:37:05 AM  

phalamir: limeyfellow: Uncle Pooky: Seems like most women of my generation already act as though their impending kid will be royalty. Imagine knowing that if you're carrying a son, he actually will be the King of England someday.

That would be a surprised since she let loose ages ago it was a girl and that the constitution was changed a couple of years ago that the eldest born child, regardless of gender will be the monarch. So it is more likely we have a future Queen of England.

I knew they had discussed changing it, but has a bill actually been proposed and passed by Parliament?


Yup. Little kiddo, whatever it may pop out as, will be the English monarch someday. And all the other commonwealth nations too, which was the main holdup, but they all made the change.
 
2013-07-10 05:29:39 AM  

Arthur Two Sheds Jackson: I bet the royal afterbirth tastes like chicken....


Nah, swan.
 
2013-07-10 07:16:57 AM  

phalamir: limeyfellow: Uncle Pooky: Seems like most women of my generation already act as though their impending kid will be royalty. Imagine knowing that if you're carrying a son, he actually will be the King of England someday.

That would be a surprised since she let loose ages ago it was a girl and that the constitution was changed a couple of years ago that the eldest born child, regardless of gender will be the monarch. So it is more likely we have a future Queen of England.

I knew they had discussed changing it, but has a bill actually been proposed and passed by Parliament?


Yep.   Succession to the Crown Act 2013.
 
2013-07-10 08:43:36 AM  
The London Dungeon

The London Eye

Millennium Dome

"Mind the Gap"

Oooh.. how about: The Beefeater?
 
2013-07-10 09:13:52 AM  
My wife is hoping it's a boy.  Not because she actually cares but because her due date for our first is a week after the Princess'.  we know we're having a girl and the name we picked was Alexandra (months and months ago).  Not that we really care if they share names, but then suddenly the name will become super popular and there will be dozens of Alexandras in her age group.
 
2013-07-10 09:26:17 AM  
the8re:
Oooh.. how about: The Beefeater?

Winner!
 
2013-07-10 10:31:45 AM  
Well, there is one thing I need to know:

Why should I care?
 
2013-07-10 11:46:14 AM  
I'm hoping it's a boy named "Arthur" because England needs a King Arthur, dammit.
 
2013-07-10 12:07:41 PM  
I was predicting a boy several months ago, given the relative lack of urgency on the succession act.  I mean, they made an effort to get it in before the birth but it's not like anyone was running around screaming about it, which I think they would have been if it were a girl.  And, even though I think it would have still been changeable after the birth of a girl, it would have been a lot harder.
 
2013-07-10 12:28:34 PM  

timujin: Anything.  I don't need to know anything about their child, including that it exists.  Do you?


Personally I could care less when or if she calves another british royal douchebag. That being said I can't wait till the kid is revealed to be half asian....... I'll giggle my muth-fark'n arse off!
 
2013-07-10 12:33:05 PM  

russlar: Paris1127: Sybarite: Acceptable terms for the *ahem* from which the royal baby will be emerging; "The Governess," "The Kingmaker," "Her Downton Abbey," "The Chunnel," "Dame Judi Dench," "Piccadilly Cervix" and "Thomas' English Muffin."

How about the Tube? The Bakerloo Line? Cockfosters Road?

The M8 South?


Big Ben's Foundation?
St Andrew's 9th Hole?
The Hairy Royal Sock Puppet?
 
2013-07-10 12:35:41 PM  

shifter_: russlar: Paris1127: Sybarite: Acceptable terms for the *ahem* from which the royal baby will be emerging; "The Governess," "The Kingmaker," "Her Downton Abbey," "The Chunnel," "Dame Judi Dench," "Piccadilly Cervix" and "Thomas' English Muffin."

How about the Tube? The Bakerloo Line? Cockfosters Road?

The M8 South?

Big Ben's Foundation?
St Andrew's 9th Hole?
The Hairy Royal Sock Puppet?


The Royal Audience Chamber
 
2013-07-10 12:35:44 PM  

Arthur Two Sheds Jackson: I bet the royal afterbirth tastes like chicken....


IT IS THE MAIN INGREDIENT IN SPAM!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8huXkSaL7o
 
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