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Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Princess Lilyput: The All-Singing, All-Dancing Debut Video

In which Princess Lilyput does damn all, to be perfectly frank, apart from gurgle, pootle, break a couple of windy smiles and generally come the li’l diva in the wake of a tiny but perfectly formed and surprisingly ladylike barf (David Attenborough-style commentary by Mrs Vizier). She may (or may not) also be trying to telepathically communicate with Granny and Grandad Vizier, to let them know the red carpet will be required when she arrives in Sligo for the very first time on Friday. Oh, and Granny Viz? That picture you were looking for can be found by clicking here. Roll it there, Collette ...

7 comments:

bookwitch said...

Aaahhhh...!!

Claire Coughlan said...

Very cute

Ray said...

Mrs Vizier's taking an awful risk there, sir. If there's one thing I know about, it's babies, and I know that a baby can have your finger off in a jiffy. That's why you're supposed to let them eat out of the palm of your hand.

Josh Schrank said...

I see missing fingers in someone's future...

Patricia J. Hale said...

Is it me, or is she already laughing at her mom? Grandparents don't stand a chance...gifts will be rolling in for the star.

Declan Burke said...

Crikey, lads, what're you rearing - piranhas? Lilyput is quite the little lady, I'm sure she wouldn't even think of snaffling a finger. The tip of the Grand Vizier's nose, now, that's a different proposition entirely ... Cheers, Dec

Anonymous said...

What a lass. Talent by the bucketful. And tell Mrs Viz to go easy on the wiping - a kid can get used to all that pampering!

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