Prince William Took A Road Trip To DC To Talk About Animals With The President

December 8, 2014 / Posted by:

And once again, I zoomed in on his stuffed crust crotch area. What is wrong with me? Don’t answer that. So it’s Day 2 of Prince William and Duchess Kate’s Excellent American Adventure, and Prince William got to go to the White House and meet with President Barack Obama. According to Us Weekly, they both wore blue suits and hung out in the Oval Office to talk about wildlife trafficking. Because I’m a next-level dum dum, I had to ask Michael K what wildlife trafficking was, and apparently it’s when shady types smuggle animals and ivory for no good. Sort of like if Khloe Kardashian snuck herself on a plane headed for Tatooine, I guess.

They also talked about Baby Prince George, who I assume is back at home chilling out in the hot tub with a couple cold apple juice-kees and Unky Harry, since there have been 0 reports of stolen toys or angry baby eye-shankings. Prince William reportedly told Obama that Baby Prince George’s birth was “chaos” and that he’s expecting 2015 to be an “interesting, busy year” with Baby No. 2 on the way. “OH, you have NO idea” said Baby Prince George, as he attempted to flush a corgi down one of the royal toilets.

Meanwhile, back in New York, Duchess Kate spent the morning with First Lady Chirlane McCray in Harlem at the Northside Center for Child Development. Duchess Kate Coat Watch, Day 2: Kate wore a black knee-length wool coat. And tonight, Will and Kate will get to meet real royalty when they sit court-side at a Brooklyn Nets game with Her Majesty of Heaven and Earth Beyonce and her husband Jay-Z. Hmmm, I wonder who will bow first?

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