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Silver spoon in royal baby's mouth doesn't delay birth

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23 July 2013


Princess Kate:Big spoon.

LONDON United Kingdom --

Doctors are said to be 'relieved' that the birth of a son to Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge went well - despite the presence of a massive silver spoon in the baby's mouth.

Medical staff at the Royal Hail Mary Hospital (now taking bookings) said Kate was very surprised at the size of spoon in her baby's mouth but her husband William, Duke of Cambridge said it was about average for his family.

"Yah, my father Prince Charles came with dessert spoon and a golden fork in his mouth whilst Queen Victoria arrived with an entire silver service protruding from her royal gob. My mother Princess Diana said I turned up with a spoon the size of a helicopter protruding from me but I think she was being funny."

The spoon will be displayed outside Buckingham Palace just to remind everyone that members of the British Royal family are value for money. REPEAT:VALUE FOR MONEY.

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