Prince William And Kate Middleton Party While Prince George Is Stuck In A Haunted Nursery

Kate Middleton is trying to adjust to motherhood, and Prince William is just happy to be back riding that juicy Polo horse.  The new parents, and royal rock stars, show Hollywood’s narcissist celebrities how to demand privacy.  We haven’t seen Prince George parading around town with a makeup filled face like Kingston Rossdale, or rocking colorful head wraps like Kim Kardashian’s neice, Penelope Disick.  All we know is they’re a young hot couple, and Kate is already back skinnier than most of us.

 

Kate Middleton isn’t threatened by Cressida Bonas, as long as she has her sister, Pippa Middleton, encouraging her flame.  Middleton made it clear up front that she’s following her own traditions.  Just to emphasize that she’ll do whatever she damn well pleases, Prince William’s homeboy, Fergus Boyd (who happened to be in the same fashion show as Kate the day she caught William’s eye) and Kate’s college bestie, Emilia d’Erlanger have been selected as Prince George of Cambridge’s godparents- not some old snobby aristocrat).  Hugh van Cutsem, Prince William’s childhood friend, will also be a godfather to Prince George, according to The Sunday Times.

Do you believe in ghost? Royal biographer, Andrew Morton, told The Sun that the room the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge chose for Georgie at the new house is haunted.   “Prince George’s nursery is in Apartment 1A of Kensington Palace, which has been a notorious spot for ghost sightings.

Bygone royals George II, Caroline of Brunswick and Princess Sophia have all been seen.”

He also said, “Princess Margaret’s housekeeper told her she saw a woman in Regency dress suddenly appear in front of her then vanish through a wall.

“So let’s hope little Prince George can sleep peacefully in his cot at night.”

Well Kate Middleton, and Prince William aren’t too worried.  They’re planning to throw a shindig November 26.  They decided to #TurnUp for a homeless charity, Centrepoint.  The party will have live performances, and hopefully plenty of Kush and Cognac if they want Prince Harry to show up.  What do you think?