Our girlfriend Kate Middleton’s baby is extremely cute

I’m no baby expert, but I’m pretty sure his Royal Chubbycheekness qualifies as what great-aunts everywhere refer to as a “cutie patootie.” His sweater–sorry, jumper–says George! He loves his doggie! I don’t know why they’re in a window, but who cares, I’m into it.

This new portrait was taken in advance of W & K ‘s upcoming tour of Australia and New Zealand, where Kate will wear many stylish-yet-appropriate outfits, and her hair will flutter majestically in the wind, and she will be so pretty, and William will be there too, I guess. I can’t wait!

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28 Responses to Our girlfriend Kate Middleton’s baby is extremely cute

  1. flanny says:

    OMG, even though I’ve looked at this picture a zillion times this weekend (It was rainy out, okay? I had a lot of time on my hands.), I never noticed that his little sweater says “George.” Oh my gaaawwwwwd.

  2. collin0truckasaurus says:

    I love the relationship between babies and dogs. My niece and dog-niece (that’s a thing, right?) have a very adorable relationship and they love each other very much.

  3. collin0truckasaurus says:

    Also!!! This weekend I saw the ugliest baby I’ve ever seen on facebook!!! Baby had a mustache!!! She was so unfortunate looking! Not the worst thing ever, but woof.
    Also! We were in a rich-lady-shit-shop (which is what you call those little independent stores that sell random shit and Vera Bradley stuff and every time you drive by you’re like, “how does that place stay in business??”) looking for a gift for my friend’s baby who is turning one and there was a pink onesie that said something about how the wearer was looking for a guy “with a full piggybank” and I said (VERY loudly) “Fuck you!” (to the onesie and the store) and we left. It was great.

    • Those stores are the worst! And yes, I’ve always wondered how they stay in business. I choose to believe that they’re just a front for meth labs.

      • This might come across as very offensive and sexist, but I truly believe this and my experience this weekend does not contradict this belief:
        These stores are paid for by these ladies’ rich husbands because these ladies are bored and as long as they basically break even, it’s fine. The people who shop here (rich old ladies) have “more money than sense”. Seriously, there was this stuffed cow that was honestly $43…I bought a similar stuffed cat at Target later for $5. I’m all for supporting local business, but geez…I’m no sucker.
        Sorry for the sexist (classist?) rant…I’ll go say 10 Hail Glorias and Our Mothers.

        • flanny says:

          Ugg, as much as I hate to agree, I think you’re right. There’s a new jewelery line here in Boston that’s got a shop on the tony shopping street, and they have commercials on during primetime featuring the middle-aged but still pretty founder/designer, and at first I wondered how this start-up indie line suddenly got so big. I found out somewhere that she’s the wife of one of the owners of one of the sports teams or something.

        • I’m pretty sure you’re right, though. I can’t imagine how else they stay open, especially since there’s at least one in every even vaguely touristy area and they all sell the exact same merchandise.

        • Erika says:

          It could even be a tax shelter. I don’t know the particulars of tax shelters, like I’m not really sure how running a failing business is a great way to avoid taxes, but I have heard that there’s a set limit to how long you can write off the expenses of a failing business before the IRS says enough. Eight years, I think? I’d be very interested to find out if those businesses last longer than eight years.

    • flanny says:

      I find that onesie very disturbing on multiple levels.

      • collin0truckasaurus says:

        Yeah, gold digging nonsense aside, I’m always creeped out by baby sex stuff. Babies shouldn’t date! Or when people say that their baby is “flirting” with someone. Weird.
        Hence, my reaction.

      • collin0truckasaurus says:

        Great news!!! I found it online (someone bragging about her daughter wearing it in the comments!)…it officially says: “Cute, Petite Female seeks intelligent male with full piggy bank. Must enjoy fingerpainting and stuffed animals”
        So I’m gonna go ahead and add “cute, petite” to the list of things to barf about with that onesie.

    • catweazle says:

      Oh my god do not even get me started on baby stuff. My sister is pregnant and I told her I was going to get her child a onesie that says “I reject the notion that my gender should dictate the color of this onesie” but she didn’t seem into it. She did say that she isn’t going to tell people the sex in order to avoid being given anything horrifying like the onesie you described though.

      • Yeah my friend never found out the sex and so all the stuff was gender neutral and it was a pretty good way to dodge all that shit.
        Also I have another awesome friend who, while I was admiring her adorable baby girl’s photos, I realized she was wearing a blue robot onesie and I was so happy! My friend was like “girls like robots too!” and I was like “I know!!!”

      • One of my friends just had a baby girl, after two boys. People have actually given her shit about dressing her infant daughter in blue clothing. It’s ridiculous, but she’s the best and just rolls her eyes and says “Like hell I’m going to buy all new stuff, when I already have tons of baby clothes, just because you’ve got issues.”

        • collin0truckasaurus says:

          Umm…I’m pretty sure if you dress a baby girl in boy clothes that’s how you get a gay. It’s science.

        • The most fun thing to do is point out how the whole “blue for boys, pink for girls” thing is actually a very recent phenomenon, and that pink was originally considered a masculine color. People REALLY do not like being confronted with the completely arbitrary basis of cultural trends they accept as absolute truths.

      • flanny says:

        I bought my sister only yellow onesies for her kids because I figured the vomit and pee would blend in better.

  4. summerestherson says:

    My only complaint is that we didn’t get a full view of his face, but awww man! This babby be cute, y’all. And Lupo is so perfect! How many takes do you think it took to get the dog and the baby both in a semi-usable position?

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