Naturally, the news today is full of articles noting her undoubtedly "fragile condition" and once she becomes publicly visible again, the concern trolling will begin in full force with "sources" and media outlets speculating on every single thing this poor woman does until this baby is born. Here are some examples of the kind of concern trolling we can expect for the next six months while we await the birth of Royal Baby: Part Deux.
1. She's Working Too Much
If she attends too many events, people will definitely cluck about how she should be resting more.
2. She's Being Lazy By Skipping Events
If she cancels out of something now that the worst of her HG is past her, someone, somewhere, will say she's being lazy.
3. She's Too Thin For A Pregnant Woman
If she is not putting on weight, there will be attacks on this naturally slim woman about how she is not gaining enough weight for a pregnant woman.
4. She's Looking A Little Full In The Face
But if she DOES put on weight, be prepared for the veiled comments about how "full" she looks.
5. Her Maternity Wear Is Too Short
If the public can see too much of her figure, there will be complaint AND her fetus will clearly suffer from her tarty manner of dress.
6. She's Covering Her Baby Bump Too Much
If the public cannot see the outline of her figure, there will be complaint of her "hiding" her baby bump.
7. She Did Not Eat At Such-And-Such Royal Event
It will be noted if she skips out on a meal. Obviously, she is starving herself to remain slim even though she's pregnant.
8. She Ate Too Much At Such-And-Such Royal Event
It will be noted if she "indulges" in too many tea cakes and hunks of cheese. Obviously, she is going to gain too much weight while pregnant.
9. The Baby Better Be A Girl
Prince William wants one so she better "deliver". See what I did there?
10. The Baby Better Be A Boy
Prince George needs a brother to play polo with in 20 years. THINK OF THE BABY PRINCE, KATE!
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