Great, another fucking mouth to feed.

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The Daily Mail. Foreword by Spivey.

You can imagine the Scene can’t you? Bizzy Lizzy and the Duck sitting in front of a roaring fire, toasting their latest child sacrifice, when Bizzy turns to the Duck with a tear in her Eye.

Bizzy Lizzie: I’m fuckin worried Philip. This whole business with the Beeb and James. What if the peasants find out we are up to our fuckin necks in it?

The Duck: Oh do fuckin shut up Bizzy. One told you one would take care of it and one fuckin has… Jheeez.

BL: Oooo Goody gumdrops Ducky. How the fuck did one manage that then?

TD: One had a word in Willie nice but Dims ear… Told him to make use of the Jew. The Peasants love all that old bollocks, does one not know.

BL: Ooooo good idea. When is she getting her Tits out again?

TD: Getting her tits out??? Are you fucking mad woman? Course she isn’t getting her tits out again. That idea backfired in ones face somewhat. The fucking Peasants are still laughing at her. Told her she should have had a booby job first… But would she listen to one… Ohhh no.

BL: Well one isn’t getting ones tits out Philip, if thats what one is thinking. One does have some standards… Not many… But some.

TD: Bizzy, Bizzy, Bizzy… No one is suggesting that you get your old saddlebags out. I told Willie Nice But Dim to get the Jew pregnant… The fucking Peasants fall for all that shit and nonsense.

BL: Ooooo. Your that fucking clever you are our Philip. Suppose Willie Nice But Dim isn’t up to the task.

TD: If he’s not, One will have to do the job myself… Like I did with the Blonde slut Big Ears married.

BL: (Laughing) Oh yes. I remember you did, didn’t you. Then we got that other Chap in for Henry… Hewbert… No thats not it… Hewitt! Thats the bounder. What was the slappers name again?

TD: Diana.

BL: Ahh yes. Deeana, that’s right… Phil, does one fancy a bit of rumpy pumpy?

TD: Fuck orf.

So, we have another parasitic mouth to feed that is going to cost us Millions. I don’t suppose Willie Nice But Dim is going to get a job is he. Don’t you just hate those who sponge off the state. And with all his money he shouldn’t even qualify for state hand outs.

As for that slimey Sycophant Scameron… Was I the only one who sucked my bum in when he was toadying on the TV. Fucking idiot. I notice he wasn’t up in arms despite this baby probably costing the country more per annum than the annual Child tax credits bill (£19 million in 2009).

I fucking hate hypocrites.

As for Kate Goldsmith. Shes in hospital because of morning sickness… Poor love.

Are these people for real? Fucking man up and carry on regardless like the rest of the country’s pregnant women. I bet she isn’t half as fucking sick as that lot of Royal parasites make me. Grrr. Yes fucking Grrr.

Much love,

Chris

 

Pregnant Kate on a drip: Even Queen DIDN’T KNOW baby news until Wills rushed wife to hospital with acute morning sickness

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are having a baby, it was announced today.

But Kate, 30, was on a drip at King Edward VII Hospital in central London this evening after falling ill with acute morning sickness.

Prince William drove her to hospital today and spent hours at her bedside. He left tonight looking tense but sources said the duchess had been admitted as a precautionary measure. She is expected to be kept in for several days.

Sources said the royal couple are ‘incredibly happy but nervous’ after being rushed into announcing the happy news because of Kate’s illness.

In a statement on their website, the couple said they are ‘delighted with the news’.

MailOnline understands that members of the Royal Family – including the Queen – were only told about the pregnancy this afternoon after the decision was made to take Kate to hospital. 

However, the Middletons were already aware their eldest daughter was expecting because she was taken ill while staying at their family home in Berkshire this weekend.


Pregnant: The Duchess of Cambridge visited her 'adored' prep school St Andrews last week and even played hockey in high heels despite being pregnantPregnant: The Duchess of Cambridge visited her ‘adored’ prep school St Andrews last week and even played hockey in high heels despite being pregnant

Tense: Prince William left his wife Kate's bedside at about 8.15pm tonight. He drove Kate to King Edward VII hospital today after she fell ill with acute morning sicknessTense: Prince William left his wife Kate’s bedside at about 8.15pm tonight. He drove Kate to King Edward VII hospital today after she fell ill with acute morning sickness

 

Prince William leaves the King Edward VII Hospital this evening after being by the side of his wifePrince William leaves the King Edward VII Hospital this evening after being by the side of his wife
Wearing a grey jumper and shirt, the Prince he leaves the hospital tonightWearing a grey jumper and shirt, the Prince he leaves the hospital tonight

‘The pregnancy is in its very early stages – the couple only found out very recently that they were expecting. But because she has been admitted to hospital and will have to stay in for a few days, they made the difficult decision to make things public,’ said one.

It is understood that the Duchess began to feel ill at her parents’ home in Bucklebury, Berkshire, where the couple were spending the weekend. She was unable to keep any food or water down.

 

Concerned William finally took the decision, after consulting his doctor, to get her to hospital this afternoon. Tonight he left his wife’s bedside at about 8.15pm after ensuring she was comfortable.

He drove his wife into London from Berkshire with their personal protection officers, declining the offer of an ambulance in favour of using their own, more low-key car.

It is understood that Kate walked in and was in good spirits despite her ill health. Prince William is currently at his wife’s bedside and will remain there until later this evening.

Sources suggested that the Duchess was hooked up to an intravenous drip to increase her fluid and nutrient levels.

Good sport: In this photo from last Friday the Duchess of Cambridge, plays hockey during her visit to St. Andrew's School, where she attended school from 1986 till 1995, in PangbourneGood sport: In this photo from last Friday the Duchess of Cambridge, plays hockey during her visit to St. Andrew’s School, where she attended school from 1986 till 1995, in PangbourneHyperemesis gravidarum (HG) is a rare condition believed to affect up to two per cent of women in pregnancy and is a severe form of morning sickness.It tends to be more common in young mothers, women who are in their first pregnancy, and those with multiple pregnancies.

‘If it is not treated properly it can lead to severe side effects and problems for mother and baby,’ Dr Lucy MacKillop, obstetric physician at the Oxford University Hospitals trust.

But Midwife Jules Robertson, of the baby chari’ty Tommy’s said: ‘The condition – although unpleasant – poses no harm to mother and baby as long as it is treated, as your baby will take the nutrients it needs from your body – it’s the mum that suffers more.’

In a statement on the couple’s website, they said: ‘Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are very pleased to announce that The Duchess of Cambridge is expecting a baby.

‘The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Prince of Wales, The Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Harry and members of both families are delighted with the news.’

The baby will be born third in line to the throne. The Queen, Prince Philip and other members of the royal family are ‘delighted’.

Prime Minister David Cameron said on Twitter: ‘I’m delighted by the news that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting a baby. They will make wonderful parents.’

In a later comment to television cameras at 10 Downing Street, Mr Cameron said: ‘It’s absolutely wonderful news, and I’m delighted for them and I’m sure they will make absolutely brilliant parents.

‘I’m sure people round the country will be celebrating with them tonight.’

Mr Cameron confirmed he was informed of the news shortly before the public announcement.

‘I got a little note came into a meeting I was having and I found it quite difficult to keep it to myself,’ he said.

William’s uncle Earl Spencer welcomed the announcement, saying in a statement: ‘It is wonderful news and I am thrilled for them both.’

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attends the official opening of The Natural History Museums's Treasures Gallery at Natural History Museum on November 27, 2012 in London, England
LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 28: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge arrives to Kings Cross train station on November 28, 2012 in London, England

The Duchess of Cambridge attends the official opening of The Natural History Museum’s Treasures Gallery in London last week (left), and she was also photographed on an official tour of Cambridge (right)

 

ACUTE MORNING SICKNESS AFFECTS 2% OF PREGNANT WOMEN

Hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) is a rare condition believed to affect up to two per cent of women in pregnancy and is a severe form of morning sickness.

It tends to be more common in young mothers, women who are in their first pregnancy, and those with multiple pregnancies.

Women with HG often lose weight – usually over 10 per cent of their body weight – and feel tired and dizzy.

They may also find they are passing water less often than usual, and the main risk is dehydration which can lead to headache, palpitations and confusion.

There is also a risk of nutritional deficiencies.

Then symptoms are severe, admission to hospital may be needed for observation and to treat dehydration with intravenous fluids.

This usually only means a few days in hospital.

Unlike most morning sickness, HG usually persists past the first trimester of pregnancy, and typically subsides by week 21 of pregnancy – although it can last much longer.

However, leading doctors say that along with more ordinary morning sickness, it is a sign the pregnancy is progressing.

Dr Peter Bowen-Simpkins, consultant obstetrician and medical director of the London Women’s Clinic, says: ‘It is almost always a positive sign that the pregnancy is progressing well.

‘The sickness is thought to be due to a rise in hormone levels. It normally occurs during weeks six and eight of pregnancy, when the placenta takes over production of hormones from the ovaries.

‘It generally continues until around 12 or 14 weeks, but if it stops before, it can — although not always — be a sign that all is not well.’

Mark Prigg

The baby would have been a first grandchild for William’s late mother and the Earl’s sister, Diana, Princess of Wales.

Dr Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, who married the royal couple in Westminster Abbey in April 2011, said: ‘The whole nation will want to join in celebrating this wonderful news.

‘We wish the Duchess the best of health and happiness in the months ahead.’

Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond offered his congratulations to the couple, who are known as the Earl and Countess of Strathearn when in Scotland.

Mr Salmond said: ‘My warmest congratulations and sincere best wishes to the Earl and Countess of Strathearn on this wonderful news.

‘Everyone in Scotland will join me in wishing the couple the very best as they prepare for the birth of their first child.’

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said: ‘It’s brilliant, brilliant news. (My wife) Miriam and I are as happy and excited as I can imagine the rest of the country is at the news.’

A spokesman for the University of St Andrews, where Kate and William met, said: ‘We are delighted for the couple and will be writing to them to offer our congratulations. They must be very pleased.’

However there are some concerns for the Duchess’s health as acute morning sickness is a serious condition that affects one in 50 pregnant women.

It is not yet known when the Duchess is due to give birth, but she is believed to have found out last month and had not intended to go public with the news because she is still less than 12 weeks pregnant.

The couple’s official statement continued: ‘The Duchess was admitted this afternoon to King Edward VII Hospital in Central London with Hyperemesis Gravidarum.

‘As the pregnancy is in its very early stages, Her Royal Highness is expected to stay in hospital for several days and will require a period of rest thereafter.’

Watching on: The waiting media outside King Edward VII Hospital in central London where the Duchess of Cambridge has been admitted following the announcement that she is expecting a babyWatching on: The waiting media outside King Edward VII Hospital in central London where the Duchess of Cambridge has been admitted following the announcement that she is expecting a baby

The announcement has gained the attention of the world's media, who are stood outside the hospital in anticipationThe announcement has gained the attention of the world’s media, who are stood outside the hospital in anticipation

The press, photographers and members of the public gather tonight outside the hospital The press, photographers and members of the public gather tonight outside the hospital
An entrance to King Edward VII Hospital in Central London is guarded by police this eveningAn entrance to King Edward VII Hospital in Central London is guarded by police this evening
Speculation: Rumours abounded in September that the Duchess might have been expecting when the royal couple visited Singapore as part of an official tour and chinked glasses of iced water at a gala receptionSpeculation: Rumours abounded in September that the Duchess might have been expecting when the royal couple visited Singapore as part of an official tour and chinked glasses of iced water at a gala reception

 

Within minutes of the announcement being published on the Royal couple’s own website it had crashed under the weight of traffic.

Kate’s admission to hospital resulted in a rush to tell key members of the Royal family before news leaked out.

The Queen, Prince of Wales and others including Prince Harry – contacted in Afghanistan – were all told today.

Despite her delicate condition, Kate showed she was a good sport by taking to the hockey field in high-heeled boots at her former school, St. Andrew’s in Pangbourne last Friday.

A spokesman at Kate’s old prep school said they had ‘no inkling at all’ that she was expecting. She said: ‘Obviously everyone at St Andrew’s are delighted for them both. We’re absolutely thrilled.’

The Duchess had a number of engagements this week, including a visit to London’s Docklands on Wednesday for a charity fundraising session on a brokers’ trading floor, but they have all been cancelled, said St James’s Palace.

Prince William may attend some of the engagements due to take place at the weekend.

On Wednesday last week, the couple sparked rumours when Prince William was presented with – and accepted – a baby romper suit emblazoned with a picture of a helicopter and the words ‘Daddy’s little co-pilot’. 

Smiling, the Prince, who is an RAF Search and Rescue pilot, took the suit and said: ‘I’ll keep that.’

Rumours: Prince William sparked speculation last week after accepting a babygro from a well-wisher in CambridgeRumours: Prince William sparked speculation last week after accepting a babygro from a well-wisher in Cambridge

File photo dated 28/11/2012 of Duchess of Cambridge meets James William Davies, five months, who was named after Prince William, with mother Tessa Davies during a walkabout in Cambridge
 April 2012 at Goldsmiths Hall in London

Family matters: Neither the Duke of Cambridge nor the Duchess of Cambridge have made a secret of their desire for children. Kate (left) is pictured meeting James William Davies in Cambridge just last week – and Prince William (right) was photographed holding a baby in April at Goldsmiths Hall in London

The royal couple had been visiting the city of Cambridge for the first time when new mother Samantha Hill, 27, from Sudbury, Suffolk, handed over the gift. 

She said: ‘I made it for when his little one comes along, he’s a helicopter pilot so his baby will think his daddy is cool. When I gave it to him he said “I’ll keep that” and handed it to his aide.’

Kate’s visit to her old prep school on Friday afternoon was her last public engagement. She appeared well and even had lunch at the school with pupils and staff during the two-hour visit.

So her condition may have developed over the weekend and it is likely she was taken to hospital this afternoon after seeking medical advice.

A spokesman for the Royal Air Force (RAF), with which William serves, said: ‘The RAF is delighted with the news and wishes the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge all the best for the future.’

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