At midnight this year I was led in bed, dozing and listening to music. I could hear the drunken revellers and outside and was wondering what their hopes and dreams would be for the new year. And if there would be vomit on the pavement in the morning... The mini royals were surprisingly not woken… Continue reading New Year. I’m ready!
It's absolutely freezing in my little corner of Dorset. It's becoming hard to heat the palace and I have been layering on the woolly jumpers. It actually snowed today! Real snow! In December! That's pretty unheard of in the South West. The mini royals are getting ridiculously excited about Christmas. They have already hung their… Continue reading Winter is coming
I’m on holiday. By the sea. In October. It’s a bit strange. The Mini Royals are with Ronald and I miss them like crazy but...I’m on holiday (?!) so I’m meant to be having a nice, relaxing time. It's very strange being on a child–free holiday. The Mini's are my world and I keep seeing… Continue reading She sailed on a dais
Unfortunately I'm still in and out of court battling Ronald over various things. The current issue is finances. Since I left (over a year ago) he has not given me a penny of child maintenance. This has meant that the Queen Mother and my (not very wicked) step-mother have been helping me financially. It's very… Continue reading The battle continues
We've had a very rainy August. I've been trying to keep the mini royals entertained over the Summer, which hasn't left much time for blogging and I'm now fighting a really rubbish cold. I've had it over a week now. Luckily the Queen Mother is absolutely the best Mum ever and she came over on… Continue reading Autumn leaves
Apologies for being so quiet. Ronald and I have been going through a particularly unpleasant custody battle. I find his sudden interest in the mini royals intriguing since we were always considered something of an inconvenience when we lived with him. To cut a very long story short my darlings are going to remain living… Continue reading Slaying the dragon
Luckily, my children believe in magical creatures. I positively encourage this. There is a fairy for practically everything; birthday fairy, tooth fairy, dummy fairy...we also have a sock elf, who lives somewhere near the washing machine and steals socks. This is definitely the reason that I have a drawer of odd socks. It is nothing… Continue reading Giants and Fairies