The Fire Service apparently ‘rushed’ to the Middletons’ family home in Bucklebury yesterday after a dog got its head caught in a gate at the family’s multi-million pound home.
Luckily, the dog was freed before the fire service arrived and their services were not needed.
“A 999 call came to the Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service in Reading at just before 6pm requesting the ‘animal rescue’, according to the Daily Telegraph.
“Our crew got to the manor but were told as they arrived at the gates that the dog, which had got its head stuck, had been freed just a few moments earlier so their services were not needed,” a spokesman told them.
Lupo is the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s pet dog. A springer spaniel, the dog was bought last year and has been the Duchess’s frequent companion when out and about on her own and also when with Prince William. Sources are now claiming that the dog involved in fact was not Lupo, however.
The Duchess of Cambridge is currently believed to be back at her family home in Bucklebury after occurrences earlier pointed to the Duchess and Prince William being back in London.
Kate is expected to give birth to the Royal Baby any day now, as Royal Baby watch enters its 20th day for the press and royal watchers alike.
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It is quite likely that the Duchess of Cambridge has to see her OB/GYN for weekly appointments in the last month of her pregnancy. Therefore it is not unusual for her and the Duke to need to travel into London from Berkshire and back if they are staying with her parents prior to her delivery. The palace has stated that they will inform the press when she is actually admitted to the hospital to deliver her baby. We also know that when the baby is born that the news will be announced without delay. Why all the fuss and rumors and conspiracy theories? The baby will come when it is ready. The countless stories about nothing are rather pointless.
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