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Yesterday I overheard several women talking about how they wondered if Kate Middleton really gave birth on the day claimed, or perhaps several days earlier. The topic was the fact that Kate looked way too bouncy at the photo opportunity for someone who had given birth just 26 hours earlier. They also said the baby looked a little bigger/older than the baby should have for being so freshly born. Is it possible that Kate gave birth earlier in the week and then brought the baby back from her parent's home to the hospital in London and that is why the baby looks a bit bigger and Kate was able to almost skip down the steps to the waiting car. There is no baby name yet. Apparently the Queen has to draw names from a hat and then smokes a cigar and drinks gin made 300 years ago while she ponders each name. She then does karaoke and when she is so drunk she can't stand, she writes down four names and puts them together in an order that may or may not make sense. This tradition goes back thousands of years. Or, it could be just what I think happens when I sit back and ponder it while I drink gin someone tried to make in their bathtub.
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