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Even the blurry and hazy and amateurishly back lit photos snapped by grandpa Michael Middleton of Kate and William and George show George, yet again, almost viciously bound and bundled up like the baby Sakajawea bore and then carried around through the wilderness on her trek with the explorers Lewis and Clark. Baby face obscured. Kate held him up like a wooden dollie stage prop.

Where's George's little old man face wrinkled self that all newborn babies have?

Usually, the gandering takes place early on. Who can forget the post birth photo of Prince William being supported up by his beaming parents? That royal, very professional pic clearly showed a scruntchy faced newborn, eyes opened and "Oxandrolone Powder India" struggling between wonder Oral Steroids Poison Oak and outrage. About to shriek any minute, perhaps. Or give us a glimmer of a smile. But then, those eyes, darting all about in the very newness of life, focused on the camera facing him, and then we saw the expression of a real baby looking and seeing things for the first time. What a face! What a determined little scowl! What a defiant little stare! What wonderfulness! We adored the baby William. And we adored his parents. We adored all three of them. We all ran out and bought gold and pearl heart necklaces like the one Princess Diana wore as she proudly showed off William to the world. Buy Cheap Jintropin Online We bought soft, silky jacquard blouses in champagne colors. We made our husbands wear open "Oxandrolone Powder India" collared white oxford shirts and gold signet rings. We bought our husbands combs and told them to start parting their hair on the side.

We identified! And part of the reason we identified with this truly royal couple is because they shared their new life with us.

The latest royal baby pics are out. Just pick up a "Hello!" magazine and take a look at the new grandchild of the Prince and Princess Michael of Kent by their son, Lord Frederick Windsor, and his Hollywood actress but oh so British wife, Sophie Winkleman (the plummy accented yummy mummy of "Two and a Half Men").

And we can all clearly see little Maud's scruntchy, wrinkly face!

She's cute! She's theirs! She is Maud, for sure. Grandma Princess Michael, Grandpa Prince Michael, and baby daddy Lord Frederick all look pleased as punch with themselves, and with her.

Mommy looks a bit tired. Maud is pressing up against a set of boobies that not only resisted typical Hollywood enhancements, but seem ready to rumble into mommyland.

But looking back at Grandpa Michael Middleton's messy photos of William, Kate and George, well, what stands out most is Lupo, their dog, who's outgrown his own cute puppydom and, in doggie adulthood, has acquired an exceptionally large tongue, which is lolling around outside his mouth.

It quite takes one's attention away from the baby nobody can clearly see.

Chat rooms at the London Daily Mail still buzz with the occasional outburst of questioning whether little face obscured Prince George is the result of a surrogacy arrangement. Sustanon 250 And Winstrol It is the rumor that won't die, the scuttlebutt 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosteron that leaves Primobolan 1ml a noticeable lump whenever it is swept under the royal carpet.

Because so much about the Cambridges seems odd.

For one, thing, they really do seem to be hiding the royal baby's visage! And what one doesn't see, one can't compare to anything or anyone. Not that there is much point in that, but why get the rumors rolling about so early on by using the swaddling disguise?

The next thing is that Kate seems to hold the baby up like a dolly prop, and away from her own body. There seems to be a lack of closeness usually found in the first mother child photographs.

The other thing is that Kate made a big to do about being a hands on mother, not having any nannies, not having any servants, living at Bucklebury with the folks. But now, the Daily Mail informs us that Buckingham Palace is now "styling" Kate into being just like Melinda Gates, the super brainiac wife of billionaire Bill Gates, and creating some kind of foundation for Kate with which to do hazy good works of some kind.

But how can one do all that AND be a full time mother without a nanny and servants?

It seems odd. Even Melinda Gates had hired help, I'd bet!

Plus, Bill and Melinda Gates created their super dynamic charity by using their OWN money. And while journalists and those always unnamed "Palace sources" say that Kate Middleton is being groomed for this brainiac imitation in the style of the late Princess Diana, those in the know know that Princess Diana created her own brainiac persona only after being cast out and away by the Royal Family following her scandalous divorce from Prince Charles. Princess Diana got out and about for her brainiac good works mostly through the largess of obliging billionaires such as Mohammed Al Fayed, who ultimately hoped to marry Diana off to his eldest son, and create his own royal dynasty.

So there is no good reason to try to play the role of a brainiac billionaire foundation creator! Not while little Prince George is so tiny and helpless.

This is what the chat rooms are saying!

Remember Princess Diana in the REAL sky blue polka dot muu muu dress outside the hospital after having given birth? One can hardly forget how real she was. Her abdomen was bloated and large, swollen after just having "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" given birth. Her breasts were large and engorged with milk. That blue polka dot dress hid nothing from our sight. She looked like one of those primitive "Venus" Ice Age earth goddess statuettes found in French caves.

To look at Diana then, and to truly see her in all her bulbous earth goddess glory, standing there with her newborn child and husband, was a primitive moment of splendor, wonder, of time standing still.

Compare that to what walked out of the Lindo Wing a few months ago a pale imitation, a farce of something not quite real, trying to be the same but better, trying and, well, not making it. That hard rounded belly fitting snugly in a dress that was no muu muu, but a dress created to consciously imitate something that had once been real. It feels all of it like a manipulation.