Dear Kate…I mean, Duchess of Cambridge,
Mea culpa. Mea maxima culpa. I was a bit harsh on you previously. Oh, that is Latin for: ‘I’m real sorry girl.’ Am sure, it can’t be easy being you, hey-its not easy being ME. You were not born into this current life of yours- this life of royal duties, graciously smiling (with your perfect teeth), shimmering diamonds, aesthetically pleasing hats and a whole lot of waving. But you have to understand that your life is a mystery for those of us who have to wash dishes, make beds and make dinner with fresh ingredients. And most us have to do our own makeup and we know all about pumping that mascara wand-when we know we shouldn’t. We don’t have nanny’s, drivers or even stylists but we get by. That being said, here are the good things and causes in which you are involved in. So, yeah, thanks Kate. I mean, Duchess of Cambridge.
You support 12 charities. That’s a lot. They are:
BeatBullying, Centrepoint, Child Bereavement Charity, PeacePlayers International, Prince’s Trust, Royal Wedding Charity Fund, Sentebale, SportsAid, Starlight Children’s Foundation, Teenage Cancer Trust and The Foundation of Prince William and Prince Harry and UNICEF. So, yeah for you.
There are more of course, but too numerous to list here. But they include working with AIDS, creative arts, education, slavery & human trafficking. So, well done you. When you are not giving birth (and I hear you want a 3rd child by age 35) you are doing your Duchess duties. Which includes meetings with advisers, researching charity visits and tending to public correspondence (waving and getting free flowers).
In addition to researching in preparation for your public events, you are well informed on cultural events, government policy, the monarchy, social culture and local news-as you meet with your advisors and personal secretary to discuss all of the above with you. Plus, on top of your royal duties, you are wife and mother of 2 young children. I do know you employ a part-time housekeeper and a part-time nanny. I know your Mum helps out a lot. So, I guess at the end of the day you are just one busy hard working mama. So, yeah for you. I promise not to be so mean to you in the future. Oh, please have Prince Harry call me. That would be great, thanks.