By George, I Bet There Were A Few Surprises In Royal Birthing Room

A Possible Conversation Between Kate And William


Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William pictures with their new baby son George. (LEON NEAL / AFP/Getty Images / July 24, 2013)

Inside the royal birthing room:

6 a.m.:

Are you feeling all right, Kate?

Yes, quite, as to be expected.

Can I get you anything?

Perhaps a cup of ice would be good.

Cubed or shaved?

Either, Will, don't want to put you out.

8 a.m.:

Coming along, are we Kate?

As to be expected.

Is there anything I can do?

Just try and stay out of the nurses' way, dear.

10 a.m.:

How we doing, Kate, coming along?

Coming along? Why, do you have somewhere to be? Maybe you'd like to run out and play a game of squash like your grandfather did while your father was being born?

Sorry, I didn't mean to …

No, seriously, if you have to be somewhere we can put this off until you get back, no bother, really.

You, you're being sarcastic … aren't you?

12 noon:

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