April 14, 2012
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James Middleton’s latest ploy to draw attention to his newer cake business, Nice London, might just cause some serious embarrassment to the royal family; as the brother-in-law to the future King of England, one would think James would have thought twice before releasing a new line on his Nice Cake’s website, which features a host of cakes with naughty, suggestive slogans written in icing.
As the Daily Mail recently observed: “Were they served up at Buckingham Palace garden parties, guests might choke on their cucumber sandwiches.”
The line of cakes, James told the media, “are clearly intended to be humorous and are clearly not intended to cause any offence as is quite obvious. The Great British public is renowned throughout the world for its sense of humour and a cake design is hardly likely to cause it to lose it. We intend to embrace that sense of humour.”
April 14, 2012
Prince Harry has proven that he takes his duties as a godfather seriously time and time again; a few days ago, he once again showed his affection for ten-year-old Fred (son of his former beloved nanny, Tiggy Legge-Bourke), by appearing at his godson‘s school musical in Oxfordshire.
The Daily Mail reports:”A beaming Harry sat with Tiggy in the audience at £21,000-a-year Cothill House boarding school in Oxfordshire to watch Fred go through the acting and singing hoops involved in Oh What A Knight, a musical based on the life of King Arthur, written by the school’s music teacher.”
“Harry looked very proud as he watched Fred on stage and Fred was extremely chuffed to have his Royal godfather there,” an onlooker told The Mail.
After the play, Harry stayed to drink a glass of wine and to mingle with parents.