English: St Mary's Hospital, Paddington Seen f...

English: St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington Seen from Norfolk Place. After the station, Paddington is probably best known for this large teaching hospital which occupies a site between Praed Street and Paddington Basin. Its main claim to fame is Sir Alexander Fleming’s discovery of penicillin here in 1928; there is a small museum on site dedicated to his memory. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Really? Well I’m bloody well not! I hope the new Prince or Princess emerges from the royal womb happy and healthy, but that’s where I draw the line! I don’t buy into the royal family! Living a life of great wealth and privilege when the rest of us must struggle not to get evicted, really does leave a nasty taste in my mouth! In the private LINDO wing of St. Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, the expectant mother will in attendance, not one, but two gynaecologists with impeccable manners and perfectly manicured nails. Normal mothers must be satisfied with a one-eyed midwife with a pronounced limp, a hook where a hand should be and ‘NO HABLA INGLES as her first language! Sorry folks, there is no place for monarchy in the 21st century!


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