Star: Duchess Kate & Kim Kardashian ‘abandoned’ by their baby-daddies

I’m sorry, but I LOVE this Star Mag cover. After all of the drama, after the weddings, the babies, the magazine covers, the strategic leaks… what if Kim Kardashian and Duchess Kate really are incredibly similar people? I’ve listed all the ways I think they’re similar before, but seriously. Their lives are on the same kind of trajectory. They have similar mothers too. Anyway, Star’s story is made of laughs, so here are some highlights which I loved:

*Kate is working so hard as a mom with no nannies or servants (except for her mom and her mom’s servants, of course). Kate is determined to allow Prince George to “grow up normal”.

*But! Prince William doesn’t know what to do with himself while Kate takes on the brunt of the childrearing. So William just abandoned Kate (meaning he left her in Bucklebury while he returned to Wales). A source says: “It’s all a bit too loved-up for him. He was thrilled to play first-time dad, but now he’s content to leave it to the ladies. He’s learned how to change a diaper, but like any action man, William is starting to feel he’s more use to the military.”

*Now that William has left her, Kate “feels alone… she sometimes cries, partly out of joy, because she’s bonding with George, but also out of loneliness. She feels overwhelmed. She is yearning for William. Not only does she not get to see him, but she barely hears from him because he’s so busy.”

*Plus, Kate doesn’t have any mom friends. “She had to give up so many of her friends when she married William. Kate just tells them that, because of royal protocol, making friends is easier said than done.”

*Kate has also been fighting with her mom a lot – Carole wants Kate to sleep-train George and Kate isn’t comfortable doing that yet. Kate can’t wait until she can leave her mom’s house, apparently, and she would leave right away except that all of her palaces are under renovation!

*As for Kim Kardashian, Kanye has already abandoned her and North to go on vacation in Greece. “Kim tries to pretend that her life is wonderful, but the truth is she has the baby blues; she feels extremely overwhelmed. Before Kanye left for Greece, she had a meltdown where she cried and begged him not to leave. But he told her she needs to get herself together and stop being so clingy, then he walked out the door to catch his flight.”

*A source claims: “Kim loves Nori, but she’s completely exhausted by it all and she resents Kanye for ditching her. When he is in LA, he’s always on his computer or on the phone, working. He holds Nori, but that’s about it. He doesn’t help with feedings or bathing or diaper changes.”

*“Kim thinks it’s selfish of Kanye to take off and leave her for work when she is barely able to do any work herself. She’s been trying to get back to work on her fashion and makeup lines, but it’s been so hard for her since she has to take care of Nori.”

Basically, “experts” say that this is preview of things to come for both relationships – William is going to be increasingly distant from Kate in the coming years and Kanye is always going to put himself first. Kim and Kate… the same person.

Photos courtesy of WENN.

 

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  1. strickchic says:

    But…. It is what they both wanted in the first place.

  2. Jennifer12 says:

    I don’t buy it about Prince William. He and his wife have been together for years and seem pretty tight. Kanye and Kim? He’s demonstrated what he perceives Kim’s rank in his life to be, so I can see this.

    • SW says:

      I agree. I think William and Kate are friends and actually LIKE each other, something that helps have a healthy and lovng marriage. Kanye is a douche. Kim bit off more then she can chew with that one :/

      • Jacqueline says:

        I think it’s a tie between Kanye and Kim, which one of them got in over their head. But they both definitely got what they deserve.

      • Tara says:

        But you did not mention love. I think they have become best friends and i think they have an understanding. But its not like he feels like he has married his soulmate. He is protective of her and wants her treated with full rank and privilege but i think he sees it more as a sign of respect to him. I do think she is head over heels for him and i also think she will be a wonderful mom. But i can see lots of shouting matches in their future with Uncle Harry taking little Georgy to polo matches just to get him out of the house.

    • Florc says:

      William broke up with Kate a few times. 1 of which he announced to the pub how he was finally free of her clingy nature. He and his friends , including Harry, made fun of Kate and her family.
      I’ll buy Kate has love for William, but more in a dependent way. Real love is a give and take and coexisting. William loves how the Midds stroke his ego imo.
      If Kanye was an heir to a real throne he would get the same blanket protection from his bad behavior that the press extends to William. Instead Kanye just thinks he’s a king or will be anyways.
      To say these 2 relationships or women draw no similarities is to rewrite history to suit your theories.

  3. GoodNamesAllTaken says:

    The Star must have one word for the demographic it aims for – moron.

  4. Badirene says:

    “she would leave right away except that all of her palaces are under renovation!”

    Can we please take a moment to count our blessings that we don’t have to suffer like poor Kate :-(

  5. Eleonor says:

    “she would leave right away except that all of her palaces are under renovation!”
    Now this is a real problem.

  6. Shazbot says:

    Why would Thye completely change Kate’s dress for the cover? So that she matches Kim? Seems weird.

  7. Melissa says:

    I do believe the Kim and Kanye part. I hope Nori turns out into a healthy and happy child, but I’ve always had a feeling that Kim and Kanye aren’t going to stay together for long.

  8. Backwards says:

    Did you see the photos of Kim, Kanye and baby today?

    The only thing i believe is that Kate and Carol are fighting….

  9. Merritt says:

    If Duchess Kate is crying that is normal. It is called postpartum depression.

    But other than that Star is really just mostly made up crap.

  10. Bronfm1 says:

    P.S. They aren’t her Palaces, they belong to the Royal Family. Kate has to ask permission to go and stay at various Palaces, she does have an apartment at Kensington Palace which is for use for her and William, but it’s not ready.
    Similarities….
    Well we’ve seen both naked and both seem to love the limelight of the press, but

    Kim actually is the harder working of the two.

    Kate’s only famous because of who she hooked up with.

    Kim is famous for her own noteriety and who she hooked up with perhaps?

    We’ve seen both naked in photos.

    Both have just had a baby.

    Both have pushy mother’s and tacky grasping families.

  11. Jayna says:

    At least, Will isn’t too much of a diva and carries his own child a short distance. Kanye has his older female assistant, nanny, or relative or whoever it is to carry the baby in an awkward car seat while he strolls with his baby momma from the car to the doctor’s office because that’s too lowly of a task for him. How special.

  12. Sisi says:

    seriously doubt the part about Kate being surprised and upset.
    Williams schedule must have been made months ago. She knew he would take off to wales before the kid was born.

  13. Beatrice says:

    Call me crazy, but two 30 year old women of considerable means running home to stay with mommy for months after having a baby sounds incredibly spoiled. Most women (Diana, for one) live with their husbands (partners) and cope with an infant themselves or hire help. Kate could live with William in Wales with a baby nurse. Boo Hoo, poor Princess without her Prince–give me a break!

    • Cool Phosphorescent Shimmer says:

      I think so too. It seems a trend now that new mothers must have constant help for months on end…and if anyone points it out as somehow odd, they are labeled as jealous haters. I would have loved more help when I had my babies, but I certainly wasn’t going to move in with my mother or have her come and live with me for months on end to get it. I lived with my husband and our child(ren), because that’s called being a freaking grown up and managing your own life and family. Did I want more sleep? Sure, but it didn’t kill me. In fact, I think it made me a better mother because I saw what I could do if I had to.

      • Gretchen says:

        It is actually a fairly new phenomenon of more recent western societies for a family unit to be comprised almost solely of 2 adults (the parents) caring for their children.

        It used to be, and in many other places in the world still is, very common for a number of family members to be hands on and present in the day to day of childcare, particularly during early infancy…I don’t think it is fair to make that choice a referendum on maturity or competent adulthood.

        I’m expecting a baby (my first) and I live in a country where grandparents expect to help out from day one, huge importance is put in the involvement of extended family and refusing that help would be seen as quite the snub on my part.

        So, while I get what you mean, particularly when it comes to highly privileged celebrities, it is a bit insensitive to denigrate all women who do so, particularly if it is no so much a personal choice but a cultural norm.

        *edited to add: the nuclear family only became the default after the industrial revolution, when mobility became increasingly important.

      • Tara says:

        Stop with the mom-shaming. Just because you did things your way doesnt mean its the only way. I dont think smug is an endearing quality on a celeb gossip blog.

      • m says:

        Cool Phosphorescent Shimmer your comment makes no sense. So, those of us who had help from our mothers are not grown up, nor as good of mothers?

        My mom was at my beck and call for the first 3 months of my first daughter’s life and I cannot imagine having lived through it without her. Yes I had my husband but he had to work and earn a living for us.

        My mom was there to assist through my emotional struggles and my colicky baby in a supportive way that no one else could or would.

        I got through it and had a wonderful experience with my second child and I am thankful for the support I was given with my first. I do not think that asking for help makes me less of an adult.

        It makes me irate that as women we get so judgey about other women’s mothering choices.

        Natural or Pain Meds During Birth
        Breast or Bottle
        Alone or With Parents

        Sheesh, let’s just support each other, we are all trying our best.

      • Florc says:

        Cool PS
        I wanted to give your comment a +1, but see there are already some negatives lined up.
        I didn’t take your comment as negative or shaming in any way. You made some very valid points in a very unbiased way even though you stated your personal experience and how it benefitted you.
        In no way did I find you to be shaming women for needing their mothers. We all do as daughters need our moms, but we don’t all run home to live with them for months and months while we not only have nearly unlimited wealth, help, and a perfectly capable husband to help.

        As a personal observation women here take comments too personally and often relate a comment directed at Kate to themselves. That never works because Kate and anyone here will never be under the same circumstances.

        No one here knocked Kate for wanting to live with her mom post birth. She’s there with at least 1 nanny for certain and a huge staff. She’s not 1 woman with only her family and friends to help her. And now she’s going to stay there for a full 6 months. You would think she would relocate to be closer to William during this period in their new family and her family and staff would absolutely travel with her, but for whatever reason she’s going to live at home away from her husband and make the best of it.

      • bluhare says:

        I swear to god that (new) mothers are the most judgmental people on the planet and this thread proves it.

        The OP stated an opinion and now that’s mom shaming? SMH.

    • Tara says:

      Flork
      You have managed to completely miss the point. Just glance upthread and you will read where Beatrice takes on Kate. We are intelligent women here and have more than enough sense than to become offended at remarks intended for a public figure. So your observation on that note is way off the mark. However, in the remark immediately following that one the commentor clearly speaks about “new moms” and how they are not being “freaking grown ups” by not toughing it out with their new babies like she did. That is textbook mom shaming and i think it is judgmental and tacky.

      • Florc says:

        Tara
        Admittedly, I did drift away in the comment, but the point is there..
        No where did they claim the way they did it was the only way to raise a baby and exist after labor. Many women do need help in the beginning and it’s fully justified. Cool had her experience and it was unique to her. She feels it made her a better parent. I still can’t see where she said anything like her way is the only decent way and if you don’t follow that path you’re a bad parent.
        When a woman has resources and limitless help to run home to your mother instead of wanting to be with your husband is not being a grown up. I fully agree.
        If you need your mother for everything and run home instead of being with your husband, yea. That’s childish behavior. Now if something else is going on here… like PPD it’s another story.
        Also, this site is full of tacky shaming. It’s everywhere.
        I still think this comment is more directed at Kate’s behavior rather than the average mom’s.
        And would you still be so quick to call this mom shaming and defend your point if this was only about how Kim ran home to Kris with North? I can’t see that happening personally.

        And mom’s do have it tough. As long as there’s no neglect with the child a mother shouldn’t be shamed. People shouldn’t be shamed for doing their best and really putting in effort yet it happens.

      • m says:

        Florc… how can you claim Cool’s comments do not say their way is the only way?

        Cool direct quote is “I lived with my husband and our child(ren), because that’s called being a freaking grown up and managing your own life and family.”

        So she says that if you didn’t do it her way, you are not being a grown up and managing own life and family.

        That is offensive. Period.

        Many of us believe that in our families it truly “Takes a Village” and refused to be told that we are lesser for it.

        This is not about Kardashians or Cambridges, this is about making mean sweeping-statements about child-rearing decisions. And that is mom-shaming.

      • Tara says:

        Flork, please do not think i am singling you out for criticsm but i can not comprehend your judgmental stance. You claim there is no mom shaming going on here then you add a little more shame on top for good measure. I am shaking my head here because it seems so obvious to me that if you make a collective statement about an entire group of women i.e. new moms then that is passing judgment. I repeat, if you call a mom childish or immature because she moves in with her mom for help and support after childbirth then you are shaming them and trying to hold them to your own standards of acceptable behavior. Not cool. And make no mistake, i am not talking about Kate or Kim, i am talking about the new moms out there who are quite fortunate to have that kind of warm, caring support system in place after baby arrives. If new parents have to or choose to maintain more independence and privacy after childbirth that is also commendable. My sister’s husband had to eventually return to work after their son was born and my sis lived with our mom for a month and a half.
        It was a wonderful experience for all concerned. I flew down to meet my new nephew and i was overwhelmed with happiness seeing my family create a strong circle of support around my little sis. Her husband was grateful that his wife and child were well cared for and it gave my sis the luxury of immersing herself in the sublime joy of new motherhood while everything else was done by others. Her hubby constantly visited, of course, and spent some weekends. He would laugh and say that all of the microwave food he had stocked uo on would now be useless because my mom is a great cook. My sister is an amazing, mature, intelligent woman and very much acts like a “freaking adult”
        I cant understand why this concept even needs explaining. Your opinions on this are regrettable and i dont see the point of going back and forth with you any further.

      • kathleen says:

        No, Tara, it’s you that thinks to re-think her comments not FLORC. I’ve read her comments – on this post and others – and even in those (rare) instances where we are on opposite sides, she never comes across as offensive. Her posts are intelligent and although she never holds punches, she is not offensive. Maybe you are too sensitive, but it’s not about YOU.

      • Tara says:

        Kathleen you should fight your own battles. I refuse to clarify my position yet again when the facts above clearly speak for themselves. And i am not interested in what you think of my level of sensitivity. So i said what i meant and meant what i said. Now lets play nice and behave like big, big girls, okay?

  14. Chichai says:

    This seems eerily on the money except that Kim has “friends” and Kate has an education.

    When the tabloids started reporting that Kim wanted to be America’s princess, I started to notice more and more how they are the same: two girls from privaledged backgrounds, shady family stories, pushy overbearing moms, now living with their moms.

  15. The Original Mia says:

    More alike than Kate’s fans would like to admit.

    I LOL’d at the thought Kate has friends. Please. She gave up everything to be with William and that meant friendships. As for leaving mommy’s house, why change things now? She & William have lived separate lives for the majority of their marriage. I didn’t see having a kid changing that dynamic anytime soon.

    As for Kim, cry me a river.

    • Florc says:

      This protocol friendship thing is odd. Kate never made friends with the RAF wives or William’s cousins. Of course, there were lots of strong whispers that the wives and cousins couldn’t stand Kate’s posh accent and she seemed to come off vapid.

  16. bettyrose says:

    And the award for least sympathetic story of the year goes to….

  17. Louise says:

    After William got back to Wales he’s spending all of his free time playing polo, having a weekend away with his friends, making a documentary about Africa and public appearances. I wonder if he’s been with Kate and the baby at all in the past couple of weeks.

  18. Mar says:

    And how do we know any of this is true????? And why does Kim look like Micheal Jackson with fake boobs?

  19. JL says:

    Day to Day life pretty much sucks with a new baby, once all the newness wears off and people stop the new baby fanfare.

    Grandma is going to have lots of advice and be controlling.

    Daddy’s going to go to work and leave you alone.

    There you are tired, sleepy and trying to cope.

    Welcome to baby reality. Too bad more mothers don’t admit and talk realistically about such things, It’s life and it’s Ok to be frazzled.

    • MonicaQ says:

      If I wasn’t mildly panicking before…lol

      • JL says:

        No Need to panic, the point is it’s not all peaches and roses, but I’m sure you’ll find it rewarding.

        So many try to imply it’s all warm fuzzies ( note Drew Barrymore article) and then other moms feel bad if they have a less then stellar day, really?

        Give that up, there are days anything can be frustrating, overwhelming and make you want to cry – a baby, overbearing mom or husband (maybe husband more) is no different. It doesn’t mean you’re less than bc you feel that.

    • Audrey says:

      Too true. I’m honest about pregnancy, birth and the first months being terrible.

      I just do research and go with my gut rather than let my friends anf family bully me into parenting choices. They all give conflicting advice anyways

      • Amanduh says:

        I’m honest with people too…even though it may scare them a little. Yes, I cried at everything and nothing for a while and didn’t get a lot of sleep, but I survived and it’s definitely worth it.
        I agree with going with your gut. A midwife told us, “do what’s best for you and your family” and I think that was amazing advice. Not everyone is going to agree with your parenting choices (shout out to my Mom! lol) but you do what’s best for your family.

    • Noodle says:

      I often spoke about this. Your hormones are out of control, boobs ache, bleeding OMG MAKE IT STOP, and it is tough at first.

      I found, once you get a full night’s sleep– it all changes. It is like an entirely new world– and this is coming from someone who had 9 months between pregnancies.

      But then they get older! And life will get easier again and you’ll look at pictures and say, “Awww, remember when he/she was so little?”

  20. Suze says:

    Kaiser always cracks me up with her Kim/Kate posts.

    Although the story is 99 percent b*llsh*t, of course, since The Star knows NOTHING, there are tiny grains of truth in it.

    I think both couples live very odd lives, lives that we cannot relate to.

  21. mj says:

    Can we just admire the fact that these two are sharing a tabloid cover? That cracked me up.

  22. Audrey says:

    I thought Kate would find her mom to be pushy.

    I agree with Kate. Too young for sleep training or cio. George will naturally develop a sleep schedule. I’ve done sleeping and feeding on demand for my 4 month old. She naturally started sleeping through the night and feeding/napping at the same time. So long as you work with the baby instead of trying to force the baby to work with you, you’ll get a routine and can plan your stuff around it.

    Anyway, I think Kate knew what to expect. Think Kim expected a baby to change kanye and get her a ring.

  23. TheEntrepreneursWife says:

    I feel like this story is Kartrashian plant to make Kim and Kate look similar because that’s the conclusion that KK and PMK want the public to draw.

    Not buying any of this other than KK is in over her head with a baby.

  24. Noodle says:

    If Kate doesn’t have any friends…who would be leaking all of this extremely personal info about her?

    • bluhare says:

      The staff she doesn’t have?

      And she does have at least one member of their staff at Bucklebury. It was widely reported that their housekeeper/furniture polisher/cook/nanny went down there with them.

      • Kitten Mittens says:

        Now, this all-in-1 staff member. The nanny. She’s only known because she’s on William’s payroll correct? I wonder how many Charles is footing the bill for?
        I read somewhere last year all their homes have an average of 50 staff members and the numbers are only slightly decreased when the homes are not occupied by William and Kate.

    • Florc says:

      A lot of this info has been out there for a very long time. The rest is a common knowledge and drawing connections from it.
      Kate does have a few friends. She was seen with 1 once a little bit ago. And the RF has leaks. The Midds leak info themselves too. Facts and details only they could know and this was more obvious during the hours before Kate went to the hospital.
      No castle is without its cracks.

  25. GirlyGirl says:

    I hardly think either of these women are “struggling”.

  26. JenD says:

    Kim is upset that Kanye doesn’t feed, bathe, or change the baby? But neither does she.

  27. Bread and Circuses says:

    I can just hear the original phone call from Kris Jenner. “Make it subtle–I don’t want anyone to realize–but if you associate Kim with Duchess Kate, there might be a baby photo in it for you!”

  28. Kitten Mittens says:

    This bit about Kate wanting the renovations done so she doesn’t have to live with her mother is total BS. Kate has pretty much never moved away from home even as a married woman. Even all those shots of her jumping in the heli from KP had her arriving to KP from her parent’s home or sometimes London with a car service. Rarely just from KP to the heli pad.
    She’s always been very tight with her mother. They are a true mother/daughter BFF pair.

    Although, maybe she really wants to not be nagged or let her own maternal instincts kick in. Maybe she’d rather be closer to William since he’s been gone for some time now. Maybe she’s really trying to make this a traditional family and not pass the baby off to the nanny and then boarding school with an absentee father in the mix. That can be tough, but I think she knows she won’t change William and he will only beat down her self esteem if she tries. I feel for her in that manner. He seems difficult to live with.

  29. anne_000 says:

    BS. These two very wealthy women can’t hire anybody to help take care of their babies so are stuck at home 24/7? They can’t afford to go get counseling if need be or can’t have time with friends because of their relationships? BS.
    Cry me a river of tears. There are mothers who would have already been back at work 8 hours or more a day, otherwise there’d be no food, diapers, clothing, place to live, etc. for their babies & themselves, but these two overly-pampered women (though Kim has/does actually work) need hand-wringing sympathy? From whom?
    These two women are not in over their heads. They have every resource available to them that most women do not, including familial & financial support. They will never be left on their own & struggling. They have too much in their lives for that.

    If anything, I hope the Star mag article shows how whiny & weak-minded these two women are if it true that they actually think they are in a ‘tough-spot’ due to their husband/bf.

  30. Tara says:

    I smell trouble for both. This proves that $ does not buy happiness. A lot of people really hate Kim and Kanye because they are tacky, shameless self-promoters. But i am always surprised at the excuses people will make for Will and even Kate because royals are supposed to be sophisticated and above the problems of mere mortals. Please stop. Give Kim and Kate a month in Rome with the credit cards and give Kanye and Will a month in Vegas with a lot of twenty dollar bills. You will not be able to tell (or pry) them apart.

  31. LahdidahBaby says:

    “she would leave right away except that all of her palaces are under renovation!” I hate when that happens.

  32. Sarah says:

    That picture of William they used looks really old; he has less hair now and a slimmer face.

  33. dena says:

    I will try posting this again:
    When I read the headline, the lyrics to the song “That’s just my baby daddy?” flashed through my mind.

    Here is what Star Mag should have written:
    The Duchess, while on yet another vacation with the Duke, was caught unaware by an intrepid reporter, who while pointing toward the Duke, asked: “Who that is?” Unscripted and caught off guard, the Duchess had no real answer but the truth, “That’s just my baby daddy.”

    Quite eerie to contemplate but somehow, someway—call it a planetary alignment of celestial bodies— at the same moment in time the Duchess was being ambushed and pelted with unsavory questions about her relationship to Prince William, the paps in LA caught Kim K. just as she was leaving her dermatologist after a Botox treatment and asked her the same question: “Who that is,” they shouted over the traffic to be heard, pointing to a sullen and put-upon looking Kanye. Kim, never one to shy away from publicity looked squarely into the winking eyes of their cameras and boldly stated, “That’s just my baby daddy.”

    Coincidentally, both William and Kanye have the song “Gold digger” as the designated ringtone for their respective baby mommas.

    Aint love grand?

  34. Everl says:

    Did Kim and her family pay Star a great deal of money to get her on the same cover as Duchess Kate?
    Why is that family so obessed with Kate?
    Why? The Kartrashian are not royalty or even good hard working people.
    Atleast Kate isn’t famous for a sex tape, a fake marraige and running a failing reality tv show.
    Kim is becoming irrelavant now, and the reason why she didn’t get enough attention for her baby, is because its the baby of a F list shitty porn star and a egostical rapper. She isn’t even a real star to get enough attention anyways. She was never gonna garner the kind of attention Kate would get or Angelina Jolie would get.

  35. Mitch Buchanan Rocks! says:

    It would be most excellent entertainment if Wills $ Kate $ Kim $ Kanye would do celebrity wife swap.

  36. palermo says:

    Oh please, there is no similarity between them at all. One will be in all the history books and the other one will be in the reduced price porno tape bin.

  37. hayley says:

    Who gives a rat’s what Kanye is doing…? William has a job that takes him away from his home. He took a paternity leave. Comparing Kate and Kim is like comparing a castle to an outhouse.

    • Xantha says:

      You know that William doesn’t have that job anymore right? And there has been no confirmation on what his future plans in the military are.

      And he did go off to a bachelor party, that’s all but confirmed. So as of right now he’s jobless (apart from his Royal duties) and he still parties despite having an infant less than a month old at his wife’s parents’ house. Let’s be real without the ancient titles both Kanye and William would not be seen as being completely different.

  38. greenmad says:

    So much for women’s liberation, most child rearing is still done by women.

  39. Michelle says:

    Men share the responsibility for taking care of their children, whether they are newborns or older. The best part about this article is that it’s holding the men responsible and calling them out for “abandoning” their baby mamas (granted, it’s short-term abandonment) in order to set out on vacations while their better halves do the work. We need more of this.

    Kudos to all of the baby daddies out there who are 100% present, especially during the difficult newborn phase.

  40. Dawn says:

    Kimmode KrapTrashian does NOT belong on the same sentence with the HRH. Stop the b.s. KrapTrashian got pregnant while married to another man, she is just a slut and Catherine will be the Queen of England and not the gutter like Kimmode. Stupid, stupid story.

  41. Aunt Bea says:

    Yeah. Kanye had some pressing nihilistic OG biniz needed tending, and Prince William had to return to active duty as a pilot in war-torn Afghanistan. Two peas in a pod — uh-huh. And while Duchess Kate is unassuming and looks absolutely radiant as she cuddles her newborn, America’s Queen of Sheeba is slowly coming to the realization which all single mothers eventually must face, so she wears the distress and disillusion of her sad state just as she wears the hundred dollar white T-shirt left on her floor by the OG as he strutted off to the studio to re-mix sum mo his jams! Oh, my my … Oh, Hell yes!