Well Played, William!

Captain’s Log   5,732

I think this is really neat.  I just do.  I must admit that I really don’t “get” the concept of royalty and all the trappings that go with it, but William is definitely his mother’s son.  There are people out there who think the whole thing is stupid and that he is stupid, his wife is stupid, his baby is stupid, etc.  But the fact of that matter is…..  William did not do anything to be who he is.  He was born into this life, and it’s up to him to make the most of it.  I think he is doing a great job.

We all play the hand we are dealt.  And I say WELL PLAYED, WILLIAM!


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16 responses to “Well Played, William!

  1. They’ve take that video down, darn it.
    Instead I send a hug and a happy holiday your way.

  2. I have to give kudos to the younger royals. They are thrust into the limelight whether they want it or not. They’re not celebrities because they crave fame: it’s because of the family where they’re born. Granted, they’re raised to live in the public eye, but this is a level of grace that goes past training into simply being a lovely person. It shines through in a big way.

  3. goatbarnwitch

    England’s Royalty seems to have become more figure than government and all the stuffiness must get dull. Diana blew some fresh air into the system and her lovely son is holding the torch beautifully. Not sure who should be more excited.. .the Rocker who got to sing with a Prince or the Prince who sang with the Rocker

  4. He certainly does seem to have a sense of humor and is enjoying his life….I hope he is always able to make these types of choices.

  5. Patty O'

    Well…Princess Catherine played basketball in high heels, so I guess it’s OK for him to sing! He can also add “backup singer” to his resume now.

  6. jo

    Where do you fund these tidbits?

  7. Just delightful indeed.
    Instead of the prince, I posted you on my blog this morning.

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