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Old 28-07-2013, 10:12 AM   #1
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Bizarre article in the DM today gushing over Kate's alleged "perfect" labour.

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"The precise sequence of events in the delivery room will always remain a closely guarded secret for those present – and they have refused all requests for interview."

Hm, wonder why

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...oping-for.html
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Old 28-07-2013, 10:29 AM   #2
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I am still thinking about (from another DIF thread) why the Duchess of Cornwall said that Kate was not pregnant?
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Old 28-07-2013, 10:29 AM   #3
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Old 28-07-2013, 10:49 AM   #4
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Like "Original Sin" this is a psychological attack on Mothers. You must worship the perfect, but you can never be perfect. There's been a lot of it recently with stuff about breastfeeding and cancer.

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The name Sunit Godambe seems weird?
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Old 28-07-2013, 11:22 AM   #5
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Like "Original Sin" this is a psychological attack on Mothers. You must worship the perfect, but you can never be perfect. There's been a lot of it recently with stuff about breastfeeding and cancer.



The name Sunit Godambe seems weird?
Yeah, like "sun God".

The whole thing stinks to high heaven.
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The Mail on Sunday has learned that Kate had a completely natural birth after arriving at the Lindo Wing of St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, just after 5.30am last Monday
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So how do they know if the precise sequence is a secret....

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From 1:18 onwards, Borat talks about his relationship with Kate

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I saw a baby yesterday while I was shopping yesterday and I could tell this one was probably about 1 week old or very newborn, still quite wrinkly and red, nothing like Kate's baby which looked like it's been feeding on milk for sometime. Mother's belly was still quite big but quite wobbly. Kate's tummy looked stiff like she was wearing a sillicon fake padding.
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I saw a baby yesterday while I was shopping yesterday and I could tell this one was probably about 1 week old or very newborn, still quite wrinkly and red, nothing like Kate's baby which looked like it's been feeding on milk for sometime. Mother's belly was still quite big but quite wobbly. Kate's tummy looked stiff like she was wearing a sillicon fake padding.
That's what I've been saying - its like jelly after the birth - you still look pregnant but smaller about 7 months for a few days blobbier - not hard and firm and upright - more to the sides than the middle after the birth.

Unless its in a pair of spandex pants - maybe that's why it looks so hard?

Anyway this is the guy that delivered the baby.... so be glad you're on the NHS
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...or-300000.html

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That's what I've been saying - its like jelly after the birth - you still look pregnant but smaller about 7 months for a few days blobbier - not hard and firm and upright - more to the sides than the middle after the birth.

Unless its in a pair of spandex pants - maybe that's why it looks so hard?

Anyway this is the guy that delivered the baby.... so be glad you're on the NHS
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...or-300000.html
I doubt she was wearing spandex that covers upto the tummy area. When she turned around to go back into the building I could see through and she was wearing a granny's type of big full undie. Check the video again.
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That's what I've been saying - its like jelly after the birth - you still look pregnant but smaller about 7 months for a few days blobbier - not hard and firm and upright - more to the sides than the middle after the birth.

Unless its in a pair of spandex pants - maybe that's why it looks so hard?

Anyway this is the guy that delivered the baby.... so be glad you're on the NHS
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...or-300000.html
No, it wasn't spandex pants - that was a really thin dress and you would have been able to tell.

She kept purposely pulling the dress down tight around the bump, and you could see it was rock hard, totally unlike a normal post-partum "jelly-belly". It didn't move at all, jiggle when she walked, etc etc. It was so obviously fake.

It was absolutely obvious she had not just given birth, confirmed by their uncomfortable, unconvincing show for the paparazzi where they fluffed their lines and looked shifty as hell. Good actors they ain't - should have hired more talented body doubles
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I'm surprised by the comments, most of the gushing sycophant ones are getting the red arrows, what's going on?
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Old 28-07-2013, 04:22 PM   #18
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Her post baby bump doesn't look unusual to me.

I ran across an article about it and it cited comments from mumsnet users.

Duchess of Cambridge praised for showing post-baby bump while OK! magazine front cover branded 'vile'

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...nded-vile.html


And a short article about the baby's name.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...baby-live.html
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..of course she had a natural labour..

..of course all those involved were worthy of their role..

..of course she had no painkillers..

..of course all the medical team were amazed..

..of course she is a bright, shining example of how a mother should be during her labour and pregnancy..

..of course there were never going to be any problems..

..of course Wills has already changed a nappy.

..of course Kate will be the perfect mother, to a perfect child...

...and....




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Her post baby bump doesn't look unusual to me.

I ran cross an article about it and it cited comments from mumsnet users.

Duchess of Cambridge praised for showing post-baby bump while OK! magazine front cover branded 'vile'

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...nded-vile.html


And a short article about the baby's name.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukne...baby-live.html
Yass, have you seen the footage of her coming out of the hospital?

Also have you ever given birth / had a partner who's given birth?

Her bump definitely did not look normal.

I know all the mum's groups are "praising" her, but that's just short-sighted vanity:

"Oh, she has a bump, she didn't look perfect, that makes me feel so much better for not looking perfect either!"

They're not paying attention to whether the bump looked real or not, just that it detracted from a "perfect" slim silhouette. Kate did NOT show off her bump to show solidarity with other women! Come on She did it to "prove" she was really pregnant, but it backfired, because it doesn't look real or normal.
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