The musings, and artistic endeavours of a simple man.
You don't think so, John?
Good morning John.I don't know, but I'd love to wake up next to him and think I'm Kate!
At least modern royals see regular people. I don't think they understand how we live though. Same for the politicians here. The idea that either Obama or Romney has a clue what it's like to have no money is ludicrous, yet they both claim they understand.
I so agree.
I don't know but now I'm going to be wondering all day long about that
Why not? I wake up every morning "flipping heck I'm still me".Jane x
Ha ha..and his wife must made a few flips and thought: "Heck, I'm a Prince's wife, duchess, and Queen to be!"
I think he would have too in a way. He can never be some one like us! I checked out you from Ann - I wondered what women named her blog this - and you are a man - lol. sandie
Ha ha, I am secretly in love with him, sshhhhh. Thanks for commenting on my blog, I was thinking exactly the same, you beat me to it :-))
I'm sure Prince William, and the other Royals too, feel normal in their scope of normality. Sharkbytes, I agree with you too. None of politicians in the US have any concept of what it is like to have to decide whether to pay the light bill or the gas bill or whether to pay the rent or buy groceries. Then they tell us how to "get by". Sad isn't it?
Unlike when I reached top of my tree and woke each day in disbelief, William was born a prince. Ya kinda get used to things when you're born into them.
Great question John.
Hmmm, that is an interesting question.
He totally does. We had a long conversation about it over the phone, he pays the long distance of course, such a gentleman. He calls me sobbing his dear eyes out worried that he will get a bout of indigestion at a press conference. Has a terrible rest of the day if he forgets to eat his cheerios and...
Wouldn't swap him for anything. His whole life is under the public eye so he is never allowed to forget.
John, you sure know how to stir the pot! One simple question gets more comments than I ever get, ha.
I just wake up each morning and say "Flipping heck, I'm still alive!" in an aussie accent of course. Well maybe that should read "Stone the flamin'crows, I haven't carked it yet!"