Will’s first interview about Little G
Prince William’s CNN interview doesn’t air until September, around the time Princess Catherine is scheduled to make her first public appearance at the Tusk Trust Awards. The Tusk Trust is why Will agreed to speak to CNN – to advocate for African wildlife. Naturally, everyone else is focusing on the apparently wild future king who’s approaching his 1 month birthday.
Little Baby G cries a lot and sh-ts a lot. This is what I took away from what Will has to say about him. I was more interested in what Will had to say about G’s grand debut in front of the hospital that day:
“Again it’s not somewhere I enjoy being, [but] I know that the position I’m in… that’s what’s required of me to do. It’s nice that people want to see George, so, you know – I’m just glad he wasn’t screaming his head off the whole way through.”
Exactly, ahem, celebrities. Exactly.
And then there’s Lupo. Will said that his life priorities now are Catherine, George, and Lupo too. Lupo’s apparently “slobbering” all over the house. In other words, he’s getting fat. I get that. One day he’s the baby and the next day some other baby comes along and there are a million treats thrown at him to make the transition easier. I’d be tempted to do the same, even though I’m kind of dog anorexic in that I like my dogs to be thin. It’s because they have such little hearts. You keep them lean and their hearts don’t have to work as hard.
Marcus is a little chunky right now because we’ve been easing in his move to Toronto with a lot of cookies. I might have to start fat-shaming him soon before his gut gets out of control.