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What a disappointment !!

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Does the babies skin colour even matter? Who's bothered? I don't get the obsession?  

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I once studied genetics. It's interesting to see the results of breeding and what genes will be dominant or recessive. I also find the Royals a source of amusement.:biggrin:

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That's what becomes of having a load of clowns Phil.

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Baby made his first public appearance wrapped in a Nottingham shawl, made by G H Hurt & Son of Chilwell, just like his cousins.  Good for local business. 

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It's their family antics and protocol I find weirdly amusing. Their order of precedence and who bows and scrapes to who and under what circumstances. Does it all really  matter?

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1 minute ago, LizzieM said:

Baby made his first public appearance wrapped in a Nottingham shawl, made by G H Hurt & Son of Chilwell, just like his cousins.  Good for local business. 

Wearing a hat though to hide the ginger curls.

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Worrit a Beaney hat complete with pom pom ?

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I reckon that they should name him after one of the most famous Anglo-Americans from history, who also was a good friend of the Queen.

 

All hail Prince Winston.

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Being a wartime baby my grandfather wanted me to be called Winston! Thank God my parents ignored him. The only Winston's I've ever known came from Jamaica!

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I even know a Winston Churchill,,in Nottingham,, and hes a white man,,

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I’m surprised it wasn’t a more popular name post war but it failed to catch on, mind you neither did Clement.

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42 minutes ago, Rob.L said:

I reckon that they should name him after one of the most famous Anglo-Americans from history, who also was a good friend of the Queen.

 

All hail Prince Winston.

Maybe they should name him, Kyle or Wayne, perhaps Brad or even Leroy !  Kevin Sussex sounds good too.thumbsup

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Same name as my daughters dog, nightmare shouting that when he runs off in the park :crazy:

 

ARRRRRRCCHHIIIEEEEEEEE!

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I had a great uncle Archie. Killed in WW1 on 30 November 1917, 40 years to the day before I was born.

 

Also know a very cute black and white moggie called Archie.

 

I like the name.

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Reminds me of a ventriloquist's dummy. Not very royal but probably trendy. There'll be lots of little Archies now!

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Surprised they did not get James in there somewhere, after Harry's Dad?  

 

Come on pack it up, who gives a flying f... what he's called?  

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7 minutes ago, philmayfield said:

Reminds me of a ventriloquist's dummy

Rather like Lord Charles?  Whoops, maybe they're related? A chip off the old block?

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Let's be honest, theyr'e all dummies.

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