Charades anyone?

The Daily Mail.

 

Good old Rebecca English.

I love reading the old bollocks that she writes about the royal parasites. 

I wonder if she actually believes the shit she types?

Here we have an article about Kate Gold Digger Smith and her Mother Carole Dunne Digging.

The scenario more or less sticks to the script Myself and Bex set out a week or so ago. Kate’s still moving into the Middletons of nowhere for at least 6 wks after Damions birth – who you just know is going to be a girl, even though the Cock Prince and Kate are pretending not to know.

The official line is that this is necessary because of Asbestos in their new one hundred and fifty odd, roomed flat in Kensington palace – not that I ever remember a royal ponce nonce dying of asbestosis.

The article below  says that the royal couples modest, massive complex wont be ready until  September or Octember of this year at the fucking earliest. 

Now, when I was eighteen – oh to be 18 again – I worked on the Oil Refineries as a Laggers Mate, and do know a bit about asbestos stripping. It is a dirty messy job. In fact it is even worse these days with the strict health and safety laws.

Therefore, there is zero chance that the £300 washing basket that we have just kindly bought for the scroungers sprog is going to Kensington fucking palace. Not that I could ever see Princess Damion in such a thing anyway. 

Never the less, won’t the Baby Sponger be too big for it come Octember?

Not that I would know.

Its been a long time since my Stacey was a baby but I have just bought a cot for Young Master Clayton Spivey, due to make an appearance in this world next month.  

I couldn’t afford to buy a basket as well for the lil basta baby, so he will have to make do with the Cot I’ve bought him. Brand spanking new off of E-bay, don’t cha know.

Only cost me £80. Bargain.

Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to be extravagant with other peoples money though?

And, if Clayton Christopher Spivey’s new cot is too big for him, he will have to use the carry-cot which, lifts off the modest pram, car seat, pushchair combo that I have also bought him. Top Grandchris… I’m far to young to be a Grandad. 

Never the less, despite Bex’s Bollocks, when the fuck did you ever see a Royal Nonce Ponce parading their baby purchases about?

Never! That’s when. 

I also had to laugh at the fact that according to Bex, Gold Digger Smith is taking ‘maternity leave’ a month before Puff the Magic Dragon is born. Don’t you have to have a job now-a-days in order to take maternity leave?

I can’t say that I laughed at the gross hypocrisy of the evil looking trout’s video message appealing for support for Children’s Hospice Week. If it wasn’t for the Royal cunts and the other 12 bloodline families there wouldn’t be a need for Childrens Hospice week.

And since Gold Digger Smiths Granny in law could fully fund the hospice campaign without noticing a dent in her ill gotten gains, shame on you for even writing the following pack of shite Rebecca English.

Don’t believe the truth.

 

 

Kate gets a helping hand from Mum: Duchess of Cambridge is joined by Carole as she buys £295 Moses basket

 

  • The Duchess and her mother were spotted shopping in South Kensington
  • They left the Blue Almonds store with a large white wicker Moses basket
  • Kate is to move in with her parents for six weeks after the birth of her child

By REBECCA ENGLISH

PUBLISHED: 22:00, 28 April 2013 | UPDATED: 13:01, 29 April 2013

 

With less than three months to go before the birth of her first baby, the Duchess of Cambridge is clearly in the mood for a little nesting.

And who better to take on a shopping trip to furnish her future prince or princess’s new nursery at Kensington Palace than her mother, Carole Middleton.

The pair were spotted in upmarket South Kensington together, browsing some of the capital’s most exclusive baby stores after enjoying a spot of lunch together at the Zefi Mediterranean restaurant where they were seen by fellow diners sipping healthy fruit juices.

The Duchess of Cambridge was spotted with her mother Carole Middleton during a shopping trip in South Kensington, where they bought a large white wicker Moses basket for the imminent arrival of the royal babyThe Duchess of Cambridge was spotted with her mother Carole Middleton during a shopping trip in South Kensington, where they bought a large white wicker Moses basket for the imminent arrival of the royal baby

 

Kate wore a loose blue maternity top with a pretty lace collar for the outingKate wore a loose blue maternity top with a pretty lace collar for the outing

 

The Duchess and her mother were seen dining in a nearby Mediterranean restaurant before their visit to a children's clothing and furniture storeThe Duchess and her mother were seen dining in a nearby Mediterranean restaurant before their visit to a children’s clothing and furniture store

Carole carried the Moses basket out of Blue Almonds, where prices go up to £295 for an off the shelf modelCarole carried the Moses basket out of Blue Almonds, where prices go up to £295 for an off the shelf model

 

First on their list was Blue Almonds, which boasts that it creates ‘magical rooms for children’ – perfect for the third in line to the throne.

Dressed in identical dark blue skinny jeans and knee-high black boots, mother and daughter spent up to an hour browsing the Moses baskets on sale.

Priced up to £295 for an off the shelf model, they are certainly out of reach price-wise for many new mothers-to-be. 

 

 

Some bespoke versions at the store can cost up to £1,000 and be customised with frilled fitted sheets and sun shades.

Kate, 31, who was wearing a loose blue maternity top with a pretty white lace collar, and her mother finally settled on a large white wicker version and walked out into the street together, clearly discussing their purchase.

They were then whisked off by a waiting car driven by one of Kate’s bodyguards, presumably back to Kensington Palace where Kate is overseeing the renovation of her new apartment.

Kate spent up to an hour inside the children's clothing and furniture store with her motherKate spent up to an hour inside the children’s clothing and furniture store with her mother

 

The shop owner would not discuss Kate's purchases but said she was 'honoured' to receive a visitThe shop owner would not discuss Kate’s purchases but said she was ‘honoured’ to receive a visit

 

A bodyguard was waiting to drive the Duchess and her mother away, presumably to Kensington Palace where Kate is overseeing the refurbishment of her future family home, Apartment 1AA bodyguard was waiting to drive the Duchess and her mother away, presumably to Kensington Palace where Kate is overseeing the refurbishment of her future family home, Apartment 1A
The Duchess and her mother both chose dark blue skinny jeans with knee-high black boots for their shopping trip
The Duchess and her mother both chose dark blue skinny jeans with knee-high black boots for their shopping trip

The Duchess and her mother both wore dark blue skinny jeans with knee-high black boots for the shopping trip

As revealed by the Mail, work on Apartment 1A, once the home of the Queen’s sister, Princess Margaret, will not be finished until at least September or October this year, well after the birth of her baby.

Kate and her husband, Prince William, are currently living in a small two-up, two-down cottage in the grounds, which is less than ideal to bring a royal heir home to.

As a result, say sources, Kate has decided to eschew the help of a maternity nurse and spend the first six weeks after her child’s birth living with her parents at their new £4.8million Georgian mansion in Bucklebury, Berkshire.

She has told friends that she cannot think of anyone better suited to helping her in those first difficult few weeks than her mother, who has brought up three children of her own.

‘It’s where I feel safest,’ she has said.

Kate and Carole settled on a large white wicker version of the basket and were clearly discussing their purchase as they walked towards their waiting carKate and Carole settled on a large white wicker version of the basket and were clearly discussing their purchase as they walked towards their waiting car

 

Kate is to move in with her mother at the Middleton family home in Bucklebury, Berkshire, after the birth and preparations for the royal arrival look to be well underwayKate is to move in with her mother at the Middleton family home in Bucklebury, Berkshire, after the birth and preparations for the royal arrival look to be well underway

 

Carole is said to be nervous but thrilled at the prospect of becoming a grandmother for the first timeCarole is said to be nervous but thrilled at the prospect of becoming a grandmother for the first time
The Duchess carried two handbags while Carole took care of carrying the large white wicker Moses basketThe Duchess carried two handbags while Carole took care of carrying the large white wicker Moses basket

Carole, for her part, is said to be nervous but thrilled at the prospect of becoming a grandmother for the first time – to a future king or queen at that.

Although Izabela Minkiewicz, the owner of Blue Almonds, has declined to comment on the Duchess’s purchases, she confirmed that she was ‘honoured’ to have received a visit from her.

‘We spend a great deal of time making sure that we get to know the client, their particular taste and demands,’ she said.

Prince Harry was spotted carrying a teddy bear for his future niece or nephew yesterday as he arrived home to Kensington Palace. He had promised a wellwisher in Nottingham this week that he would pass on the giftPrince Harry was spotted carrying a teddy bear for his future niece or nephew yesterday as he arrived home to Kensington Palace. He had promised a wellwisher in Nottingham this week that he would pass on the gift

 

The shopping trip came at a busy time for the Duchess, who yesterday gave her first public video message appealing for support for Children's Hospice WeekThe shopping trip came at a busy time for the Duchess, who yesterday gave her first public video message appealing for support for Children’s Hospice Week

 

Kate also joined her husband Prince William and brother-in-law Prince Harry at the opening of the Warner Brothers Studios in Leavesden where they had a go at wand work on the set of the Harry Potter filmsKate also joined her husband Prince William and brother-in-law Prince Harry at the opening of the Warner Brothers Studios in Leavesden where they had a go at wand work on the set of the Harry Potter films
The Duchess also attended a charity function at the National Portrait Gallery in support of The Art Room
The Duchess of Cambridge arrives for her visit to Warner Bros studios in Leavesden where the Harry Potter films

The Duchess carried out a charity engagement at the National Portrait Gallery on Wednesday and prompted a rush on Topshop’s website when she wore their spotted dress, right, to the Warner Brothers Studios on Friday

The following day Kate was seen back out shopping for baby goods again at the Peter Jones department store in Chelsea, where she spent several hours mulling over buggies and a car seat.

The Duchess has revealed that her baby is due in mid-July and that she will be going on maternity leave around a month earlier but insists, contrary to speculation, that she and William have chosen not to discover the sex of their first child.

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