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I'LL CUT THE CORD, KATE.

Byline: BRIAN READE

With another Royal birth upon us I've been coming down with my usual morning sickness.

Involuntarily vomiting at the inevitable wall-to-wall coverage of lobotomised rubberneckers gawping at a hospital door, awaiting the arrival of a stranger they'll eventually tug their forelocks so hard for, they won't be able to see. And that's just Kay Burley and the rest of the royal pack.

Still, thank God Prince William is by his wife's side. The other Royals have been told to get to the hospital to milk the propaganda but there are fears that, due to foreign commitments, Princess Beatrice might not make it.

Well, I'm sorry, but it's vital she's present to bond with the baby. Because, as someone who's had 14 holidays in the past six months, she, more than anyone, can talk the next Junior Royal through the arduous life that lies ahead.

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Title Annotation:Features; Opinion, Column
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Apr 25, 2015
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