Lately, it’s hard not hear or see something related to news of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s new baby, Prince George. It’s amazing to think of the future of this baby boy and his life as a member of the Royal Family.
Even with all the tradition and formality of the Royal Family, I can’t help but imagine that they are still real people living in a home…or palaces.
This leads me to conclude that perhaps even the Royal Family may have Clutter Zones just like me. However; unlike royalty, I do not have a legion of servants to clear my clutter piles. Bummer.
Nevertheless, I am certain that life with a new baby and just life in general must create some clutter. The real difference between my clutter and the clutter of the Royal Family is surely in the items found in the Clutter Zones and the reasons those items accumulate.
Top 10 Reasons for The Royal Family’s Clutter Zone Problems
10. Palace guards leave boots at the gate after shifts.
9. Caviar bins in the pantry are overcrowding the cereal boxes.
8. Baby Prince George’s diamond studded onesies are “hand wash only.”
7. Prince William stacks polo equipment around the garage.
6. Money piles left on the kitchen island.
5. Big Ben souvenirs fall behind Kate’s bedroom dresser.
4. No one remembers to bring trash in from the royal carriage.
3. Servants are sluggish after last night’s pub crawl.
2. Paparazzi park motor scooters in bushes.
1. Queen Mother forgets to hang crowns on entry hook.
While I am not really sure what goes on inside the palace walls, I hope the Royal Family knows that they can use Clutter Interrupted’s Signature Method, ENDCLTR to aid in decluttering. It’s universal!
Congratulations to Prince William, Kate Middleton and the entire Royal family on the exciting birth of their precious new baby boy!!