Kate Middleton the Duchess of
has given birth to a baby boy. This is hers and Prince William's third child;
they already have four-year-old Cambridge
and little Princess Charlotte who is almost three. See background links below
for details of those. When the couple came out of St Mary's hospital to greet
the public, I was interested to see if Kate would exhibit the same strange indifferent
behaviour she did when her other two babies were born. As it happened she did
not. In fact this time she appears to feel genuine maternal bonding with the
new child. She keeps looking at the baby and smiling, see: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-43876299.
Maybe this is because the coaching she received the last two occasions she did
not have to endure this time. Alternatively it could be because, unlike the
others, this is her natural child whom she has actually carried and given birth
to. She may even have been allowed to be the biological mother this time. As
for the name; I've put a bet on Edward. It's an outsider at around 16-1 which is good because
I'll win a lot more money if it is right. I think I'm in with a good chance.
The choice of George for the first baby was a symbolic power-play by the
Windsor dynasty, part of the Habsburg Illuminati bloodline. This is why I was
surprised that the second child was not named Prince George .
Edward is also an important name for a Habsburg monarch; it was the name of the
baby's great-great-great uncle. Despite my conspiratorial leanings, I am not
heartless about the matter and I wish the whole family all the best. Victoria
See here for background: https://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2015/05/new-royal-baby.html.