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You would never know it by looking at the news, but there were approximately another 369,999 babies born yesterday in the world that are not going to be the future King Of England. Apparently though, those other 369,999 babies are not news worthy. Wait, scratch that. Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem welcomed their second child yesterday, so there were 369,998 babies born yesterday that were not news worthy. That is a whole lot of people being born everyday. It is hard to believe the entire eyes of the world were on Kate. Mine were on Penelope because I kept hoping to see photos of her sister Monica Cruz. You know, I love Monica Cruz. Not as much as I love an ice cold tequila and bacon wrapped bacon at the end of the day, but it is right up there. Eyes in the country world were focused on Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum who gave birth to a girl yesterday so, there were only 369,997 babies yesterday that were born who were not newsworthy.
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