a KING is born
April 23, 2018 9:28am CST
Well folks we have us a new KING in the world today which everyone has been waiting for after 30 yrs now I didn't catch ALL the details about how much he weighed or any of that, BUT here's the thing I really don't get The baby has no name right now & I never knew someone could go through 9 mos knowing they are a having a baby & not have a name for it on the very day of it's birth say huh? Yeah that's what I said, but yep you heard right they don't have a name for the baby, so this ought to be interesting on what the name is going to be for this NEW king they have.
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• Green Bay, Wisconsin
@sugartoes I saw the news feed on it, and sent you an FB message. It seems I fell victim to fake news as well, as there was a news story she was going to have twins, the first in 700 years. So, I was completely confused by that video. Comments below the video were also four years old, so that didn't help.
• Greencastle, Indiana
@just4him sorry about that but this is only 24 hrs old so here you go this isn't no 4 yrs old
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• Perth, Australia
@sugartoes Some people wait until their baby / babies are born before even thinking of a name because they want to see how the baby looks. Sometimes a name can pop into their head once they see the face/s. Kind of the same as when people pick out a new pet. They wait until they see it before picking a name because they want the name to really suit them. Or maybe another example is decorating a house. You want to see how the colours / furniture looks first before deciding what you're going to stick with.
• United States
I read somewhere that Harry will be the next ruling monarch of the UK. With all the hustle and bustle of the preparations for the upcoming wedding the baby is taking a back seat to everything. The baby should be happy I'm not his mother! After all the pain of giving birth to my daughter (18 hours in labor and delivery and a 300 pound nurse jumping up and landing across my abdomin to "squirt" the baby out like toothpaste out of the tube, and then my biting the nurse when I got tired of being her tube of Crest (they muzzled me after that...they used an oxygen mask) the baby was finally born; I wasn't thrilled with the "joys" of delivery and decided that one was enough for me. I almost named her "Pain in the ....." but didn't. I guess that wouldn't go over well with the Royals if I named it something like that. With the morning sickness I might opt for "Barf Bag", again that wouldn't be too thrilling to the Royals either. Oh well, like I said in one of my discussions I wouldn't cut it as a Royal.
• Cambridge, England
Well, in the first place, he isn't a king yet and nor is he very likely to ever be, since he's 5th in line to the throne and both his father and his elder brother are before him in the succession. The choice of a royal baby's name is something which is very much done by protocol and propriety, though I'm quite sure that William and Catherine had already decided on names for the child, whether it was a boy or a girl. Anyway, I'm very happy for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, especially for the Duchess, since I know that she had very bad 'morning sickness', as she had with her other two pregancies. Since the little prince was born, very approriately, on St George's day, he really ought to be a George but his elder brother has already claimed that!