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Old 23-07-2013, 19:32
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I don't envy any young working mother.. It's always hard with or without support..
Sometimes Betty , I think my generation had it easier than this one , less was expected of us and we didn't have to have it all.
Still bloody hard work though
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Old 23-07-2013, 19:33
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But he wouldn't need to, AS. They'd have a nanny surely, and domestic help, just like he does now.
AAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHH.

Yeah ok.
So what WILL he be doing?
If he's backing away from reality tv, there will inevitably be less "interest" in him - so fewer magazine articles, columns, appearances on Daybreak etc.
Will he be concentrating on his "music" or will he just be making do with endless series of 60mm?
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Old 23-07-2013, 19:35
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I think I'll save my sympathy to single mothers working full-time on minimum wage, not multi-millionaires who can afford the luxury of full-time nannies and house-keepers.
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Old 23-07-2013, 19:36
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Please don't take offense AS , but I hope you're wrong
Absolutely no offence taken momma - I hope I'm wrong too, although I remain to be convinced.

(And can we please keep the fact that I admitted I may occasionally be wrong from the long-suffering OH - we don't want him getting any ideas.)
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Old 23-07-2013, 19:38
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To be fair, I don't think Ella is talking about on here. She probably means that all over celeb mags and Daily Mail comments people are gushing about how lovely it is that he's having a baby, but if the situations were reversed and KP had announced a pregnancy while Peter and Emily were expecting then the coverage would have all been about how she was deliberately hogging the limelight and CAN/PA would almost certainly have made some underhand comment to that effect.
thanks Kat-sorry Lexi-i should of said that it was a generalization and i'd actually just been looking at the other thread about" Petey becoming a Dad" i should of maybe put it on there but bunny's post was perfect to what i'd wanted to say
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Old 23-07-2013, 19:40
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Absolutely no offence taken momma - I hope I'm wrong too, although I remain to be convinced.

(And can we please keep the fact that I admitted I may occasionally be wrong from the long-suffering OH - we don't want him getting any ideas.)



Hey AS , your secret's safe with me
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Old 23-07-2013, 19:42
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Regardless of who she is and who she is with, my first reaction to the news was actually sadness for a bright girl who wants to be a doctor. I don't know if she has any idea how hard being a junior doctor is anyway, let alone with a baby as well.

And before I get told it's just because it's PA, let me just say that my brother is a doctor, now in his second year of his specialism and I know how hard the last few years have been. There have been times over his training that we've met for a family event and he's been asleep in the corner. We all went on holiday together to celebrate the end of his foundation programme and he pretty much crashed out for the first 4 days.

So, good luck to them if that's really what they want but I don't think she knows what she's in for if she does want to continue her training
I wonder what her parents are making of it all, much as there are worse things than a baby, I think if she was my daughter I'd be slightly disappointed, especially as she has years to start a family.
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Old 23-07-2013, 19:42
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But he has been criticised for riding on KP's coat tales. He has even been accused of announcing the pregnancy on the day that the Royal baby was born. If you believe there has been no criticism of him, read through this thread! His ex wife tweeted about the pregnancy before it was announced, irrespective of whether he hinted at it in the photograph, she knew exactly what she was doing and she had no right to do that.
sorry to you as well Scotty,
i should of said in general and not on the thread of his critics,like i said i'd read The Daily Fail comments online and other threads so again i do apologize it was more a generalization nothing to do with the critics on this particular thread
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Old 23-07-2013, 19:44
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But he wouldn't need to, AS. They'd have a nanny surely, and domestic help, just like he does now.
And Super Glo for any spillages
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Old 23-07-2013, 19:45
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I wonder what her parents are making of it all, much as there are worse things than a baby, I think if she was my daughter I'd be slightly disappointed, especially as she has years to start a family.
Speaking as a parent , I agree , I would want my daughter to do more before she had a family , but at that age , you just can't tell them , they think they know better.
But then , didn't we all?
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Old 23-07-2013, 19:46
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sorry to you as well Scotty,
i should of said in general and not on the thread of his critics,like i said i'd read The Daily Fail comments online and other threads so again i do apologize it was more a generalization nothing to do with the critics on this particular thread

Hey, no need to apologise to me Ella. x
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Old 23-07-2013, 19:47
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I think it's going to be harder work than she could ever imagine.

I don't know momma - much as I dislike PA I don't actually want him to be miserable, I'm just not buying it at the moment.
There just seems to be an air of cynicism surrounding the whole thing.
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Old 23-07-2013, 19:51
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Speaking as a parent , I agree , I would want my daughter to do more before she had a family , but at that age , you just can't tell them , they think they know better.
But then , didn't we all?
I agree momma, you can't tell a 23 year old woman how to live her life, you can advise till you're blue in the face but they only hear what they want to hear.
Best to sit back & be there if it all goes wrong.
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Old 23-07-2013, 19:53
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thanks Kat-sorry Lexi-i should of said that it was a generalization and i'd actually just been looking at the other thread about" Petey becoming a Dad" i should of maybe put it on there but bunny's post was perfect to what i'd wanted to say
I totally understand your frustration. I popped over to Channel Dim and nearly passed out from the sugar overload. OMG OMG OMG etc.

I just wanted to make sure you were aware us 'detractors' weren't sleeping on the job.
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Old 23-07-2013, 19:57
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There just seems to be an air of cynicism surrounding the whole thing.
I know, and I do feel a bit guilty but I can't help it.

My daughter is a few years younger than Emily, but she sure as hell knows her own mind already.
I just know that if I had watched my daughter work her butt off to pass her exams, and was on the way to qualifying as a doctor, I would be so disappointed FOR HER if she suddenly announced that she was pregnant by a 40 year old reality tv "star" and family friend that she wasn't even living with.
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Old 23-07-2013, 19:59
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I totally understand your frustration. I popped over to Channel Dim and nearly passed out from the sugar overload. OMG OMG OMG etc.

I just wanted to make sure you were aware us 'detractors' weren't sleeping on the job.

I've got The Mail online app on my IPad and i was reading it this afternoon before i then read the other PA thread-i don't know why i read the comments on the Daily Mail as what ever the subject they always wind me up!

Thanks also Scotty (can't multi quote!)
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Old 23-07-2013, 20:00
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Um, for the sake of their children perhaps? Or does his feelings come first?
On twitter? If they are that internet savvy she needs to think about her anal Vodka stories & fighting over other womens boyfriends.
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Old 23-07-2013, 20:05
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I know, and I do feel a bit guilty but I can't help it.

My daughter is a few years younger than Emily, but she sure as hell knows her own mind already.
I just know that if I had watched my daughter work her butt off to pass her exams, and was on the way to qualifying as a doctor, I would be so disappointed FOR HER if she suddenly announced that she was pregnant by a 40 year old reality tv "star" and family friend that she wasn't even living with.
When you read it as you've posted it Azura it seems more real and even more doomed, you can't help but want to shake some sense in her.
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Old 23-07-2013, 20:09
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If someone has studied to be a doctor, why should it then be judged that the man is the one at fault if she then gets pregnant.

She knows what happens, so if she then gets pregnant and is happy about it, what is there for anyone else to comment about, apart from being happy at her decision.
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Old 23-07-2013, 20:17
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If someone has studied to be a doctor, why should it then be judged that the man is the one at fault if she then gets pregnant.

She knows what happens, so if she then gets pregnant and is happy about it, what is there for anyone else to comment about, apart from being happy at her decision.
I think they are both equally responsible.
Which is why I'm not convinced it was the "happy accident" it is being made out to be.
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Old 23-07-2013, 20:17
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If someone has studied to be a doctor, why should it then be judged that the man is the one at fault if she then gets pregnant.

She knows what happens, so if she then gets pregnant and is happy about it, what is there for anyone else to comment about, apart from being happy at her decision.
Yeah, I agree. Lets face it, it takes a muppet to spot a muppet.

What a waste of her doctorate though. She couldve saved lives, instead she will be trolloped around town being tipped off by CAN for the candid photos. I guess in this day in age its a good plan B.
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Old 23-07-2013, 20:19
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If someone has studied to be a doctor, why should it then be judged that the man is the one at fault if she then gets pregnant.

She knows what happens, so if she then gets pregnant and is happy about it, what is there for anyone else to comment about, apart from being happy at her decision.
Exactly. And she does look happy.......radiant in fact, imo
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Old 23-07-2013, 20:19
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If someone has studied to be a doctor, why should it then be judged that the man is the one at fault if she then gets pregnant.

She knows what happens, so if she then gets pregnant and is happy about it, what is there for anyone else to comment about, apart from being happy at her decision.
I wasn't pointing the finger of blame at PA, it does seem a joint decision & one she seems perfectly happy with.
Personally I just think 23 is very young & to put a career that you haven't even started on hold, is a bit rash.
I can't help but think if PA was a bit younger, even the discussion of starting a family wouldn't even be on the cards.
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Old 23-07-2013, 20:20
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Yeah, I agree. Lets face it, it takes a muppet to spot a muppet.

What a waste of her doctorate though. She couldve saved lives, instead she will be trolloped around town being tipped off by CAN for the candid photos. I guess in this day in age its a good plan B.
I have asked this before.. why does having a baby mean the end of her career? Are young doctors not supposed to have babies?
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Old 23-07-2013, 20:21
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[quote=Azura's Star;67327370]I know, and I do feel a bit guilty but I can't help it.

My daughter is a few years younger than Emily, but she sure as hell knows her own mind already.
I just know that if I had watched my daughter work her butt off to pass her exams, and was on the way to qualifying as a doctor, I would be so disappointed FOR HER if she suddenly announced that she was pregnant by a 40 year old reality tv "star" and family friend that she wasn't even living with.[/QUOTE]

I'd have to live with someone for a while to make sure his habits wouldn't irritate me.
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