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Kate Middleton and Prince William's Royal Baby To Be Honored By Canada At Niagara Falls!

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It seems like New Zealand isn’t the only one lighting things up!

As soon Kate Middleton and Prince William welcome their new prince or princess into the world, the country of Canada is all set to honor them in a big way.

Niagara Falls and the CN Tower will be illuminated as soon as the little bundle of royal joy arrives.

This sounds FABOOSH! We can’t wait to see pics of what it will look like!

Way to get into the spirit, eh?!

[Image via WENN.]

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6 comments to “Kate Middleton and Prince William's Royal Baby To Be Honored By Canada At Niagara Falls!”

  1. guest says – reply to this


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    duh, we are fucking British. Unlike the Americans who make it a big deal simply because of the royalty's fame.

  2. candy-lou says – reply to this


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    well were NOT BRITISH .Before Canadian Confederation in 1867, Canada was a collection of British colonies we are TWO different countries. the two countries are related through history, through language, through the Commonwealth of Nations, and their sharing of the same Head of State and monarch

  3. opal_moonfire says – reply to this


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    Re: candy-lou – " well were NOT BRITISH. Before Canadian Confederation in 1867, Canada was a collection of British colonies"… "the two countries are related through history, through language, through the Commonwealth of Nations, and their sharing of the same Head of State and monarch"
    Umm…pretty sure that would directly link us (Canada) to Britain. Contradiction much?

    Don't forget ancestral heritage; Britain sent over over 100,000 young immigrants (children) to continue populating the colonies with British blood. Runs through my veins and I'm proud of it.

  4. knockknock says – reply to this


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    canada can b so annoying

  5. Canadian eh says – reply to this


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    Re: knockknock – I hope you're American…this would make your comment even more satisfying :)

  6. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Cool tribute.