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Old 11-13-2003, 01:20 AM
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its hard story! for Sophie!

Im wishes Sophie would see baby sometime when Sophie would get out Hospital soon! but her baby away by 40 miles from her that disappointment!

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Originally posted by moosey60@Nov 12th, 2003 - 10:17 pm
My god you people are living in denial. Every single newspaper has PRINTED that the kid would be a LADY not a PRINCESS. In addition, it was ANNOUNCED at the time of her parents wedding in 1999 that in fact, their children would bear the titles an earl's child would have.
Well, every single newspaper is WRONG!!! Are the people who publish newspapers legal experts?
I am NOT in denial. I just happen to be an expert in the UK laws pertaining to this subject.
FYI- That ANNOUNCEMENT, IN FACT AND IN THE LAW, has absolutely NO bearing on the reality of this situation! That announcement does not, and NEVER will, have any force in LAW!
THE ONLY, [let me repeat it again for those who are slow witted], The only LEGAL way to deny this baby girl her LAWFULL and RIGHTFULL status is by the issuance of Letters Pattent, or a Royal Warrant, by HM The Queen.
Some people MAY call this child by other styles or titles in everyday situations, but according to the LAW, as they now stand, she is a Royal Highness and a Princess of the UK of Great Britain and Northern Ireland!
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Old 11-13-2003, 11:46 AM
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Let's all calm down a bit on the issue of whether Edward and Sophie's daughter will be a Lady or a Princess. Although there was an agreement at the time of the wedding that their children would not be given the titles of Prince or Princess, it seems that this little girl's unexpected arrival before a patent was issued leaves things very much in the air. She doesn't even have a name yet, and her own mother hasn't seen her yet, so let's just wait, okay?

The important things right now are that Sophie and baby do well health-wise and that mother and daughter are united soon. And when it comes down to it, it doesn't matter what she is called much title wise, as long as she is healthy. And of course her parents and her grandparents and family will love her regardless of her title.
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Old 11-13-2003, 02:31 PM
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That would be exactly what I wanted.A fresh modern first name and then some traditional ones.Do you really think they will do it?I would really like it.
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Old 11-13-2003, 03:25 PM
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Lady Edwina Helen Elizabeth
Lady Margareta
Lady Celia Rose
Lady Sophie Anne
Lady Angela Elizabeth (since this seems like a miracle baby for them maybe the
"angel" name would be appropriate)
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Old 11-13-2003, 04:37 PM
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I heard that the name of the new royal baby should be announced in about 2 weeks.
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Old 11-13-2003, 06:57 PM
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:flower: I could not agree with you more, Alexandria. We will see what, if anything, happens in the future with the title situation. As for now, as long as the child is healthy and her mother is doing fine.......let's just wait and see!
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Hi Alexandria and Tommix,

You've both put that incredibly well - thank you.
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Old 11-13-2003, 10:09 PM
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Yes, I heard that also, ACC.
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Old 11-13-2003, 10:54 PM
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Well, I heard that the name of the baby will be announced in about 2 weeks, so we will probably know if or if not The Queen will release or has released a letters patent and all that goes with that.
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Elizabeth, Charlotte, Victoria.. or Daisy? Nov 14 2003


ROYAL NAME GAME

Exclusive By Jane Kerr, Royal Reporter


THE new royal baby is expected to be named Elizabeth as a tribute to her grandmother, the Queen.

Prince Edward and wife Sophie are keen on four names for their daughter with Elizabeth, Charlotte and Victoria favourites and Daisy, a rank outsider.

Edward, who visited his premature daughter in a specialist neo-natal unit in Tooting, South London, yesterday, says he and Sophie have still not made up their minds.

A source said: "They thought that Elizabeth would be a nice tribute to the Queen. Sophie has got a number of Elizabeths in her family too.

"Sophie has always liked the name Daisy, but she thinks it would probably be too informal for a royal baby. Lady Daisy probably doesn't have the right ring to it.

"Whatever they settle on, it will probably be connected to a royal ancestor. There's absolutely no chance of a Kylie in the Royal Family."

Other common names in the House of Windsor include Alice, Helena, Louise, Mary and Beatrice.

Hopes of a reunion between mother and daughter, who weighed only 4lb 9oz at birth, faded yesterday as they continued to receive care in hospitals 35 miles apart.

The split heightened concerns Sophie is still very poorly at Frimley Park hospital, Surrey. A friend said: "She has been absolutely distraught wanting to see the baby. She is very miserable at the moment."

Buckingham Palace said: "Both are making good progress."

From the Mirror.
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Old 11-14-2003, 05:06 AM
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From hellomagazine.com

SOPHIE TO REMAIN IN HOSPITAL

14 NOVEMBER 2003
The Countess of Wessex's slow recovery from an emergency caesarean has led to the postponement of a reunion with her newborn daughter.

Thirty-seven-year-old Sophie, who gave birth to a little girl one month prematurely, continues to receive treatment at Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey. Doctors hoped she would be able to see her as-yet-unnamed infant on Thursday, but the first-time-mum is still heavily sedated and her condition has only begun to improve in recent days.

It is believed the Countess is not likely to leave hospital until Monday at the earliest. Meanwhile, Buckingham palace has confirmed that the newborn, who weighed just 4lbs 9oz at birth, will remain in a separate facility, St George's Hospital, for up to three weeks.

The expectant mum had the emergency procedure at the weekend after suffering agonising cramps, believed to have been caused when the placenta broke away from the womb, causing a massive haemorrhage. "She is totally distraught about not being with her baby," said a friend. "But she lost a major amount of blood and is very ill. She is still being kept on tranquilisers."

Since the crisis, only Sophie's parents and her husband Prince Edward, who has seen both his wife and daughter daily, have been allowed to visit.
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Old 11-14-2003, 08:40 AM
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it's too sad to know that the Countess has to wait for another days for her to be with her daughter. Especially that the Countess is still slowly recovering.

I hope that in the next days. She would be fine. :(
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Old 11-14-2003, 11:09 AM
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Sophie and Baby United

14 NOVEMBER 2003
After a six-day wait, the Countess of Wessex has been reunited with her newborn daughter, Buckingham Palace has confirmed.

The little girl, who was transferred to a special neo-natal unit at a separate facility soon after her premature birth last weekend, was returned to her mum at Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey at around midday on Friday, said a spokesperson.

Sophie, who is still recovering from an emergency caesarean section, is said to be "hugely excited" to be with her infant daughter once again. Though the 38-year-old royal's hospital stay has been extended until at least Monday, the representative said: "There is no cause for concern."
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Old 11-14-2003, 02:29 PM
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After a six-day wait, the Countess of Wessex has been reunited with her newborn daughter, Buckingham Palace has confirmed.
I am so glad they are together at last! I would have gone crazy if I couldn't see or hold my son for a week after he was born.....

Any idea if the Palace will announce the Wessexes' baby's name before she leaves the hospital? Is there alot of news in the British newspapers/newscasts?

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Old 11-14-2003, 04:02 PM
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Originally posted by Zara@Nov 14th, 2003 - 1:29 pm
I am so glad they are together at last! I would have gone crazy if I couldn't see or hold my son for a week after he was born.....

Any idea if the Palace will announce the Wessexes' baby's name before she leaves the hospital? Is there alot of news in the British newspapers/newscasts?
I definitely agree with you on that -- to not be able to see your newborn baby, to have to wait almost a week -- would be too horrible for words. I can just imagine the sadness Sophie was under because of this.

No name has been announced as far as I've heard. I think A.C.C. mentioned that it would be announced in the coming 2 weeks. Naming a baby is a very important "task" and no doubt naming a royal baby is an even bigger task.
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From The Mirror

ROYAL BABY NAME EXPECTED TO BE TRIBUTE

Nov 14 2003


Exclusive By Jane Kerr, Royal Reporter


THE new royal baby is expected to be named Elizabeth as a tribute to her grandmother, the Queen.

Prince Edward and wife Sophie are keen on four names for their daughter with Elizabeth, Charlotte and Victoria favourites and Daisy, a rank outsider.

A source said: "They thought that Elizabeth would be a nice tribute to the Queen. Sophie has got a number of Elizabeths in her family too.

"Sophie has always liked the name Daisy, but she thinks it would probably be too informal for a royal baby. Lady Daisy probably doesn't have the right ring to it.

"Whatever they settle on, it will probably be connected to a royal ancestor. There's absolutely no chance of a Kylie in the Royal Family."

Other common names in the House of Windsor include Alice, Helena, Louise, Mary and Beatrice.
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Old 11-14-2003, 04:14 PM
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From the BBC

Prince's relief at baby reunion


Prince Edward said it was a fantastic day for the family.

The Countess of Wessex has had an "emotional" reunion with her baby, almost a week after she was born.

Her husband, Prince Edward, said it was with "great relief and great joy" that the two were finally together.

Sophie is recovering at Frimley Park Hospital, Surrey, where she gave birth, while the baby had spent her first six days in a London neonatal unit.

Edward said it was a "fantastic day" for the family, but the baby had not yet been named.

"It's with great relief and joy today that we've been able to reunite mother and daughter. It's fantastic," the prince said outside Frimley Park on Friday.

"It's been a priority for the last week."

Edward, Earl of Wessex

He said the reunion was "quite an emotional moment".

"This has been a fantastic day in our lives. It's difficult to explain what it is to be together as a family for the first time."

Sophie gave birth by emergency Caesarean section on Saturday, more than a month prematurely.

Recovering well

The baby had initially been transferred from Frimley Park Hospital to St George's Hospital in Tooting, London.

She was brought back to Frimley Park from London around 1200 GMT on Friday and was no longer in intensive care, Prince Edward said.

However, because she was premature she will continue to be monitored, he added.

"They are all recovering remarkably well at the moment."

He thanked the medical teams at St Georges and Frimley for their care.

Apology

Edward has visited both his wife and their daughter on a daily basis after flying back from Mauritius, where he was on a state visit at the time of the birth.

He apologised for missing engagements during the week as he travelled between the two hospitals.

"I don't quite know what's going to happen over the next few days or even weeks, so my programme is going to be a bit fluid, so in advance I want to apologise to anyone else I may cause disappointment to over the next few days."

He said it was up to doctors how long the pair would remain in hospital, but it "could be weeks."
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Britain's Prince Edward smiles outside the Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey, England, Friday, Nov. 14, 2003. Edward was speaking after spending three hours with his wife Sophie and their as-yet unnamed daughter at the hospital where the child was born by emergency Caesarean section at the weekend. The child was transferred to a special care baby unit in London shortly after the birth. The baby was finally well enough to return to Frimley Park Hospital Friday to be reunited with her mother. (AP Photo/TimOckenden/PA)
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