Royal Baby Watch: Prince William Leaves For London?

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As the Royal Baby Watch continues today, Prince William has apparently left Wales for London, where his wife Kate Middleton is due to give birth.

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    Oh kate the bimbo is finally going to DO something.

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    The last time the world went on a rabid royal watch was 31 years ago in June of 1982 when we waited with baited breath for the birth of Prince William. Just as today, the wave of royal baby fever spread across the pond to the US, where the souvenir market was cashing in. For the millions who couldn't get enough of this 20th century fairy tale, they could have fun browsing through commemorative memorabilia such as a paper doll book cheekily called "Chuck & Di Have a Baby" For a peek at the book featuring cut- out dolls of Prince Charles and Princess Diana and the anxiously awaited royal baby, visit http://envisioningtheamericandream.com/2013/07/12/royal-baby-watch/




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