George Alexander Louis Comments

Posted by Viktoria Michaelis on July 26, 2013 in Immoral Conversations |

Four days old, fresh out of the hospital and into the light of the cameras, the public domain, the world at large. George Alexander Louis Mountbatton-Windsor already has an explanation as to how his name – especially his surname – came about and his very own (short) Wikipedia page and a rosy future.

But what would any normal – in the broadest sense of the word ‘normal’ – child feel about all this media fuss over his birth when he hasn’t even had time to find his own feet?

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Hard to tell but, carefully hidden from public view, since his life is going to be nothing but public from here on in, I suspect his thoughts might be going in one particular direction at the moment which, as many will appreciate, follows the line of obvious thought amongst many other members of his family, even if the words are never spoken.

Love & Kisses, Viki.

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1 Comment

  • chris says:

    I know ‘Gal’is an americanism and I’m very sure that his initials don’t really indicate anything, but there has always been a fairly dominant interest among male members of his family.
    I’m really just glad they didn’t call him ‘Kevin’!

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