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Okay, this is embarrassing. I thought a relative of the author of this post had a baby, until I realised that Bill and Kath refers to the royal couple. My mistake. I take back my enthusiasm.

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ToivoMedia
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Okay, this is embarrassing. I thought a relative of the author of this post had a baby, until I realised that Bill and Kath refers to the royal couple. My mistake. I take back my enthusiasm.

That’s priceless! :D Understandable confusion, I thought her name is Kate and not Kath anyway. :D Good choice, no need for enthusiasm here. They are such boring people, at least some of the other royals are entertaining in their idiocy.

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Okay, this is embarrassing. I thought a relative of the author of this post had a baby, until I realised that Bill and Kath refers to the royal couple. My mistake. I take back my enthusiasm.

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Joost
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You got to wonder what ‘news’ means to people in todays world. A baby born into a elite upper class family takes centre stage over every other story.

Interesting how you should mention todays world. This is classical medieval news – there’s nothing modern about it, and in past times this was only more prominent. A new heir would be reason for a grand feast and a tourny! One might argue if it’s ‘news’ or not, but in any case it’s nothing new we’re seeing. ;)

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You got to wonder what ‘news’ means to people in todays world. A baby born into a elite upper class family takes centre stage over every other story.
Interesting how you should mention todays world. This is classical medieval news – there’s nothing modern about it, and in past times this was only more prominent. A new heir would be reason for a grand feast and a tourny! One might argue if it’s ‘news’ or not, but in any case it’s nothing new we’re seeing. ;)

Sure, medieval news built on a medieval concept of ‘royal family’...

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the news is usually mainly full of negative stories unless you read something crass like The Sun where it’s just OMG someone walked down a street today. I think it’s actually quite nice to see some news of a positive light and people around the country getting so excited about it. Sure some people don’t like the royals for whatever reason but just don’t bother reading it if you’re not interested :)

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I get why some people are being negative, considering it’s all over the place. However, the same happens with every international sporting event – apart from they are much more regular!

I can understand the frustration with it all, I get bored every 4 years with the World Cup! But you know, I suck it up cos it will pass. Other peoples excitement and happiness isn’t something to get concerned with.

It’s another year the worlds media is focused on the UK and that’s great cos it brings us more tourism. In recent times of economic difficulty, anything that brings more money into your country is a good thing!

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^ +1 and ^^ +1

( Kate ) is her shortened name, her name is Catherine.

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