Prince William And Princess Kate Sat Courtside At A Boston Celtics Game Last Night, And They Were Booed
Prince William and Princess Kate’s Caribbean tour earlier this year went over about as well as a Black woman who isn’t a first-generation African immigrant existing in Lady Hussey’s presence–which is not well at all–so as we know, they decided to take a working trip to somewhere known to be FAR more friendly and welcoming: Boston. Kate and William are in the city to attend the Earthshot Prize Awards and decided to go on a field trip to a Boston Celtics game where they sat courtside; because where else can you see Bostonians at their very dignified best than at one of their professional teams’ sporting events? But some Bostonians weren’t amused and welcomed the royals with boos and chants of “USA!”
Don’t let anyone ever tell you that The Royals don’t pull their weight. They’re not all free-loaders, some of them actually have real jobs, thank you very much. And when you’re maybe not the most intelligent, best looking, or popular royal, having good honest work in the public sector is the best way to honor The Firm and show respect for the British public to whom you owe your position in life. That’s why some members of the Royal Family have called Princess Eugenie‘s husband Jack Brooksbank “a superhero.” Unfortunately for Jack, it was Prince Andrew‘s ex-wife Sarah Ferguson who called him that. And historically, if Original Fergie’s praising you in the press, you’ve done something appalling. In Jack’s case, it was getting photographed partying on a yacht “surrounded by bikini-clad models” while your wife is home with your five-month-old son.
Prince Harry Is Now The “Chief Impact Officer” At A Corporate Coaching And Mental Health Tech Start Up
Looks like Prince Harry can forget about trying to file for unemployment because he went and got himself a Jay Oh Bee. Or, more likely, he sat back in a Peter Brady patio chair, courtesy of Oprah Winfrey, batting away offers that didn’t have enough integers in them to sustain his accustomed lifestyle. According to CNN, Harry has accepted a job as “chief impact officer” at a Silicon Valley tech startup called BetterUp which provides “coaching and mental health services to clients” that normal people probably can’t afford. The company’s CEO Alexi Robichaux says that Harry has “a meaningful and meaty role.” Excuse me, it’s spelled R-O-L-L! Jesus, you’d think CNN would spell check their shit before it goes to print.