Letters from a Hill Farm
Such happy news!
I hope the little one flourishes and brings great joy to his family and country.
When I saw the video of this yesterday, for some reason what popped into my head was "poor Kate had to make sure her hair and make-up was done for this photo op".
Cheered the country up no end, this has. :-)
Isn't it the most delightful of news?
I hadn't heard his name until now. What a sweet family.
Kate looks so happy. I hope they can give him a good childhood, unlike his grandfather's. So sad Diana isn't here to enjoy this moment.Ann
Lovely seeing them come out of the hospital, such a loving, happy sight. Poor Kate, I would have hated to have a blow-dry and huge crowd awaiting me when I exited from hospital. William looks to be a model modern father, bless him, he had such a tough time, so glad he looks so happy now.Carole
I posted a poem on this subject today.
Both parents look so happy. I think they'll do a good job of raising the future King!
I agree with Ann and Carole's comments. It's very sad that Di won't be a part of this child's life. Oh, she would've made a wonderful grandmother, don't you think? Those "kids" look very happy and will be lovely parents. I hope the press gives them some breathing space...
I loved this photo so much and these two!! I have to agree with so many others who think Di would've been a doting grandmother. I remember when she had Will!! And I remember watching her get married!!!!
I'm so pleased with all your comments. Thank you. I'm sure we'll all be following the little fellow as he goes through his days.
I am really going to try and respond to your comments as soon as they come in! Please do come back if you've asked a question.Also, you may comment on any post, no matter how old, and I will see it.