today’s date is 11/12/13 and that is very satisfying to me
Meanwhile in America, we were satisfied with this a month ago
- Two fandoms collide when Harry, William, and Catherine visit the Warner Brother Studios to tour the Harry potter sets.
- He gets his very own magic wand. Sadly, No one takes the opportunity to say, “Yer a wizard Harry!”
- And finally, as the day winds down, he take a present from a baby girl. He promises to give it to his niece or nephew when the baby is born.
Gather around children, its time for Mamma to tell you a little story about a man named Alan.
Once upon a time, several hours before before Kate left the hospital after George was born, it was expected that William would come out and speak to the press so a bunch of us were awake and watching the live feed outside of the hospital. Right next to the cameras speaker was a paparazzo named Alan. Well you see, Alan had been in that spot for hours and when his back was turned, another paparazzo named James came and moved Alans camera a bit so James could accommodate his camera. This move did not go over well with Alan who yelled at James quite loudly and so close to the speaker of the live cam that everyone watching it could hear his little tantrum. In the process, Alan told James that “NBC can go fuck themselves” and that he would sue James if he ever touched his camera again because Alan had “been here since yesterday”. Alan also gave a detailed account of how he was qualified to kick James’ ass while we could hear all of the other media personal telling Alan to calm down while he insisted that he was not being rude. Following the incident, Alan quickly found a special place in the hearts of all of us night-bloggers and has since gone down into royal history as “Alan The Paparazzo”.
This needed to come back out.
Merry Christmas, Alan, with your sassy self!
dinner at Windsor
Philip: What are we doing this evening?
Queen: Oh, just a quiet night in, a few of the best people.
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Madeleine’s eyes ❤
The sad hollowed remains of the Peterhof Palace, after being destroyed by the Germans during the Second World War, 1944.
Catherine’s Work (previously gracefullycatherine) is going to be mainly inactive now, and I’m trying to move all my followers over to this blog (my new gracefullycatherine)
If you could help me out here, that would really make my day!
Sorry again for all the inconveniences, and thank you :)
Also, feel free to unfollow this one because I’m going to be reblogging this a lot and I don’t want to clog up your dash boards….