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3It’s those Prince William, Kate Middleton and Baby George Photos You Haven’t Been Waiting For

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In case you missed it, Prince William and Kate Middleton had a baby and called him George. He’s a little annoying, but he’s a baby so that’s to be expected. He’s also the future king of England. Everyone’s been clamoring for pics of him since Kate gave birth, so much so that they had to bring him out in swaddling clothes like, 24 hours after he came into the world so that photographers with extreme zoom lenses could offer the “first look” at the new prince.

In any case, now the first proper photos have been released of the family and… why does George still look like he was born yesterday – literally? Either these pictures were taken the day Kate got out of hospital or this baby still has not gotten out of “weird wrinkled old man” territory and into actual babyhood. He’s cute, though, I guess. Babies are squishy and fun.

By the way, I have a dog and I love him but I always get slightly antsy watching dogs around babies. What if they suddenly go mental – even accidentally – and eat the baby? (LOL, yes, I’m kinda kidding.)

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What do you think of England’s future king? The little one, that is.

August 20, 2013 at 6:30 am by Jennifer

3 Responses to “It’s those Prince William, Kate Middleton and Baby George Photos You Haven’t Been Waiting For”

  1. kimcheee says:

    Yes. I can imagine the dogs turning on the baby. Kate would be standing up and trying to fight them off. Will would be struggling to protect the baby too. He’d be holding the baby above his head when the dogs turn on Kate – ripping her dress to shreds while she screams. The photographers would refuse to help because that’s such an opportunity – to have pictures of the gruesome event……. (*hysterial giggles*)

  2. Jacqueline says:

    Are you worrying about the elderly dog passed out behind Kate?

  3. Maru says:

    SO MUCH FAKENESS IT MAKES U SICK

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