Prince Harry, Prince William, Prince George and Kate Middleton remain MIA. Too bad that show Without a Trace was canceled, they were super good about finding people. Prince William was last seen yesterday on a flight to Dallas/Fort Worth, Prince Harry was last spotted in Memphis on Saturday (it’s being reported a “source” confirms they have both left Tennessee, though, but no further word on their travel plans), and Kate Middleton and Prince George have been missing since Australia.
Um, should we be putting their pictures on milk cartons? It’s a little spooky one of the most photographed families in the world has vanished. Right now there’s no word if the two Princes have even left the United States, so why the veil of secrecy? Have the Windsors secretly joined forces with the Kardashians and soon E! will be announcing a new spin-off called Kourtney, Khloe, Kate, Kwilliam and Kharry Take Miami?
If Prince William travelled to Memphis from the rumored secret Middleton Switzerland Ski Trip, it turns out I’m one of the few who finds that shocking. Nothing seems to phase more seasoned royal watchers when it comes to Princes William and Harry and Kate Middleton taking off without leaving a note on the fridge.
We might not be able to find them, but I was scanning a list of recent search engine terms that others have used to find my blog and thought I’d list just a few (with some commentary) to show why the modern monarchy needs a lot more than Kate’s hair and Prince George’s grumpy faces for an enduring positive public image.
LoveLolaHeart recent search engine terms:
Congratulations, British Royal Family! It seems the future Queen Consort is regarded as a lazy vapid promiscuous manipulative flasher whose only accomplishment has been waiting around a decade for a man to marry her. Producing an heir didn’t even show up under the search engine terms used to find this blog. And Prince William is right there next to her on the lazy scale. This perception issue is easily mended by having them leave the Palace and resorts every now and then and make some contributions to society. With all the royal advisors on staff whose salaries are footed by taxpayers, why hasn’t anyone made this a priority yet?