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heir-heads·2 days agoText

People say that Kate calls the paps on herself but I really don’t think so. Maybe she has once or twice but I don’t think she’s made a habit of it.

Pippa, Beatrice, and Eugenie on the other hand.

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heir-heads·2 days agoText

I made that royalty simblr I’ve been talking about. Finally, maybe I’ll get around to doing something FUN on Tumblr instead of constantly bemoaning the dumpster fire that is royal watching. So, if you ever want to know what type of soap opera plotlines a royal family conceived by me would have follow me at @warwickroyals.

Seriously. Follow me. It’s gonna be so cool.

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heir-heads·3 days agoText

ultralindaloublog-blog:

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So, you see what I mean when I say tinhats and Cambridge stans really don’t even know who they’re stanning? Kate Middleton, the lady who not only openly suffered with a serve morning sickness during all three pregnancies but has dedicated a lot of her work to highlighting the struggles of mother’s–work that she has based partly from her own experience–has “never complained or explained” to the media. Sure.

First of all, the word “complaining” is a choice. Not only does it trivialize Meghan’s miscarriage and reduces it to nothing of real consequence, but it implies that opening up about pregnancy and how difficult it can be is self-centered and petty. That is a really shallow and gross world view and part of the reason why I can guarantee that if the roles were reversed, if Kate had written that OP-ed, the word “complaining” would not be used.

I just can’t get over it. The Kate Middleton these people stan is nothing but a blank slate that they can project onto. She is as flawless as a wax figure there to represent everything Meghan failed to be, the reliable Super Ego to Meghan’s wild and uncomfortable Id. She is, frankly, a doormat reduced to her looks and “elegance” without consideration for the actual things there are to actually like about her.

I might not be the biggest Kate Middleton fan but I’m pretty sure Kate’s best qualities aren’t her ability to suffer but never complain or have any other human emotion. I’m pretty sure most real Kate stans love her for her openness and her ability to relate to people in a good natured way.

And as if a visual representation of why this version of Kate doesn’t exist the user has accompanied their tweet with a photoshopped image of Kate in a tiara that she has not only never worn, but also one that doesn’t belong to the British royal family and has never featured pearls in its almost 140 year lifetime. Typical.

Kate Middleton is EVERYTHING all women hope and strive to be.. and , Yes.. She us EVERYTHING Megan failed to be. The difference couldn’t be more astounding

The fact that I can’t tell if this is ironic is … Proving my point better than I ever could.

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heir-heads·4 days agoText

trhtheduchesses:

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So, you see what I mean when I say tinhats and Cambridge stans really don’t even know who they’re stanning? Kate Middleton, the lady who not only openly suffered with a serve morning sickness during all three pregnancies but has dedicated a lot of her work to highlighting the struggles of mother’s–work that she has based partly from her own experience–has “never complained or explained” to the media. Sure.

First of all, the word “complaining” is a choice. Not only does it trivialize Meghan’s miscarriage and reduces it to nothing of real consequence, but it implies that opening up about pregnancy and how difficult it can be is self-centered and petty. That is a really shallow and gross world view and part of the reason why I can guarantee that if the roles were reversed, if Kate had written that OP-ed, the word “complaining” would not be used.

I just can’t get over it. The Kate Middleton these people stan is nothing but a blank slate that they can project onto. She is as flawless as a wax figure there to represent everything Meghan failed to be, the reliable Super Ego to Meghan’s wild and uncomfortable Id. She is, frankly, a doormat reduced to her looks and “elegance” without consideration for the actual things there are to actually like about her.

I might not be the biggest Kate Middleton fan but I’m pretty sure Kate’s best qualities aren’t her ability to suffer but never complain or have any other human emotion. I’m pretty sure most real Kate stans love her for her openness and her ability to relate to people in a good natured way.

And as if a visual representation of why this version of Kate doesn’t exist the user has accompanied their tweet with a photoshopped image of Kate in a tiara that she has not only never worn, but also one that doesn’t belong to the British royal family and has never featured pearls in its almost 140 year lifetime. Typical.

The crazy thing is 10-20% of known pregnancies end in miscarriages but the actual number of miscarriages is much higher but unknown due to the fact that a lot of baby loss happens w/o the mother knowing. The mother will most likely think that it is a heavy period. For these people to think that Catherine never experienced a miscarriage is a bold assumption. She might have but has never revealed it publicly, which is just as valid as what Meghan did.

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heir-heads·4 days agoText

The Cambridges … More like the Lamebitches pfffffftttttttt

Honestly, y'all, I’m tired. I don’t even want to talk about Kate’s 5 Big Question/Insights anymore. I think I have a fever or something because I feel awful. So, I’m just going to post this as the responses I get from it will be accurate to the ones I’d get if I posted a long and nuanced piece.

The people who actually follow me will know from my tone and the context of the post that this is a joke thrown into a serious post.

Meanwhile, people with lizard brains will see this as a hostile attack done with absolute malice. They will then run to their Mommy and cry in their inbox about how evil I am.

Okay? Great.

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heir-heads·5 days agoText
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So, you see what I mean when I say tinhats and Cambridge stans really don’t even know who they’re stanning? Kate Middleton, the lady who not only openly suffered with a serve morning sickness during all three pregnancies but has dedicated a lot of her work to highlighting the struggles of mother’s–work that she has based partly from her own experience–has “never complained or explained” to the media. Sure.

First of all, the word “complaining” is a choice. Not only does it trivialize Meghan’s miscarriage and reduces it to nothing of real consequence, but it implies that opening up about pregnancy and how difficult it can be is self-centered and petty. That is a really shallow and gross world view and part of the reason why I can guarantee that if the roles were reversed, if Kate had written that OP-ed, the word “complaining” would not be used.

I just can’t get over it. The Kate Middleton these people stan is nothing but a blank slate that they can project onto. She is as flawless as a wax figure there to represent everything Meghan failed to be, the reliable Super Ego to Meghan’s wild and uncomfortable Id. She is, frankly, a doormat reduced to her looks and “elegance” without consideration for the actual things there are to actually like about her.

I might not be the biggest Kate Middleton fan but I’m pretty sure Kate’s best qualities aren’t her ability to suffer but never complain or have any other human emotion. I’m pretty sure most real Kate stans love her for her openness and her ability to relate to people in a good natured way.

And as if a visual representation of why this version of Kate doesn’t exist the user has accompanied their tweet with a photoshopped image of Kate in a tiara that she has not only never worn, but also one that doesn’t belong to the British royal family and has never featured pearls in its almost 140 year lifetime. Typical.

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heir-heads·5 days agoAnswer

Dear tinhats and not tinhats, if you erase the racism of the BRF and your own no one's going to listen to your pieces regarding racism. Meghan admitting being biracial put her in a difficult position and she had a hard time understanding her identity is a serious topic for the black, biracial and mixed communities. Nothing about her statement came from a place of self hatred, you're too ignorant and busy pandering to white people to understand, let alone school anyone on colorism. The irony.

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heir-heads·5 days agoAnswer

So do u think the confidential reason why the trial was moved nine months that couldn’t be revealed was her miscarriage?

I honestly don’t know … maybe.

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heir-heads·5 days agoAnswer

Now I am curious. I look at your page sporadically and you keep mentioning a Vanessa. Dare I ask who that is 😅

A recurring “villain” and fellow blogger in the heir-heads cinematic universe. Cambridgemadness is not only a tinhat but a racist and homophobic serial-harasser who has most likely bullied, spread lies about or harrassed half the people here. 

And that doesn’t even cover her awful royal commentary. Just stay away from them at all costs.

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heir-heads·5 days agoAnswer

I think all this bleating about adding warnings to the Crown is a preemptive for the next season cause the shit that went down in the 90s is gonna be heinous on screen even if they only cover some of it.

Yeah, maybe, although I think it depends on how hard Peter Morgan wants to go on them. The media response toward The Crown has been humiliating and petty, they’re doing this thing where they angrily screech about something they don’t like instead of ignoring it … which is not good and just draws more attention to it.

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heir-heads·5 days agoAnswer

I’m sorry but the best thing The Crown did was putting the Windsors like they are the most hot and gorgeous human beings because those genes were uuglyyyy until Diana came in. And also adding empathy for the public towards them.

Eh, the thing with the Windsors is that they start out okay looking but age poorly. I think that’s the case for most of them save Margaret (who was stunning) and a few others.

But, I do agree The Crown was really sympathetic toward them. They could have been a lot worse.

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heir-heads·6 days agoText

harryandmegsussex:

Not the tin-hats back on this plagiarism bs. Y'all sound so ridiculous saying Meghan “plagiarized” your experience. I don’t know who needs to hear it, but sharp cramps are a very common symptom of miscarriage. It’s often one of the first symptoms.

Years ago my sister also experienced a sharp cramp and just knew something bad was happening; she just read Meghan’s essay and instead of grossly accusing a grieving woman of plagiarizing her miscarriage experience, she recognized that they went through a similar traumatic experience.

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heir-heads·8 days agoText

trhtheduchesses:

Styling Sessions *Christmas Edition*

Catherine 

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Catherine Walker Coatdress | Ralph Lauren Boots | Rosie Olivia Hat | All The Falling Stars Earrings | Jimmy Choo Navy Clutch 

Meghan 

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Sentaler Coat | Goat Fashion Dress | Juliette Botteril Hat | Dean Davidson Earrings | Verse Necklace | Montunas Handbag | Sarah Flint Heels |

I know it is unlikely that Harry and Meghan go to Sandringham for Christmas but let a girl have her fashion dreams! 

New Items in bold

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