23 Weird Facts The Royal Baby Should Know About Its Family
Where to begin?
Hiya Royal Baby! So, this is your great-great-great-grandfather, George V. He's the one that gave you your surname.
He might seem a bit stiff, but he's actually got a large red and blue tattoo of a dragon on his right arm.
Both your grandfather, and your great-great Grandfather (George VI, that's him down there) were exceptional sportsmen.
Speaking of Cambridge, don't worry too much about academia.
Your dad got a 2.1 at University - the highest grade for a royal yet.
Don't worry that your mum doesn't come from royal stock. Neither did your great-great granny.
Yours is not a tactful family.
But you will always be taught to accept gifts graciously.
Though you'll be wealthy, you'll be expected to scrimp and save.
You will be able to bend the rules though.
And even though you're a child, remember that you'll have to help the country wherever you can.
But you'll be able to do anything you want - like create your own Girl Guide troop.
Great-granny's house is pretty big, and you'd better like Scottish pipers.
Its plumbing could do with some work though. And we just call it 'the House'.
And there's plenty to do at your great-granny's other place.
Your great-granny breeds horses btw. Pretty successfully - she won at Ascot this year.
Watch out for your grand-aunt. She was the first senior Royal to get a criminal record.
We'd avoid getting in the car with your great-granny though. She's not legally required to own a driving licence.
You'll bank at Coutts on the Strand. And your chequebook will have a coronet on it.
Oh, and your Grandad? He will not travel without his own white leather toilet seat.
And though your relatives might not be the most emotional bunch.
Or the most eloquent.
Who else can say their great-granny knows James Bond?
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