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Prince William, Kate Middleton's Staff Party Kicks Off Royal Christmas

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Kate Middleton Prince William Holiday Staff Lunch

We sure would’ve liked to be invited to this office party!

We’re feeling totes jealous of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s staff as they got to celebrate the holidays with the royals this week.

Bet Kate got some adorbz baby clothes!

The Duke and Duchess took their household staff out for lunch to Bumpkin in the Notting Hill neighborhood for an early Christmas celebration.

Wonder if they all talked nannies with Kate while sipping tea??

But of course, the Queen made sure to keep an eye on the expectant mother as the group dined in the restaurant's "Queen's Room," which includes a large portrait of Queen Elizabeth.

Um…are we the only ones a little creeped out by this?

She’s everywhere! LOLz!

Now, the lovely royals will either be spending Christmas with William’s family at Sandringham House in Norfolk or Kate’s family in Bucklebury, Berkshire.

Deciding which in-laws to spend Christmas with?

Royals, they're just like us!

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4 comments to “Prince William, Kate Middleton's Staff Party Kicks Off Royal Christmas”



  1. 1

    Wow. Your every post about the royal family reveals that you know absolutely NOTHING. And yes, before you ask, I do. My grandmother and aunt worked in the palace and at Kensington. You're just too stupid to get it. You really are a fool.



  2. 2

    They drive a nurse INSANE or PLACE a hit on her and they go on as if nothing is wrong with their lives….

  3. teeter totter says – reply to this


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    Well, since they do not have Thanksgiving like we do here in the USA, maybe they could spend Christmas with one set of parents and Boxing Day with another if the travel is not too far.

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    Re: teeter totter – The U.K. equivalent is Harvest Festival where they give their thanks for food and the years' harvest. Thanksgiving in the UK is said to be gaining momentum. A surprising number of restaurants around the country serve a Thanksgiving dinner and there are a number of festivals taking place. -(About.com/British and Irish Food)