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Doctor’s Orders

by | 15th, October 2004

‘WE love our Royal Family and we can never imagine wanting to get rid of them, but nevertheless it’s comforting to know that we have someone waiting to step into the breach.

‘I suspect Sir Francis in the Florence Nightingale ward with the turkey baster…’

For the King of Norway, it seems, may actually be more British than the British Royals which admittedly is a bit like saying something is more ducklike than Bombay duck.

Historian Tor Bomman-Larsen suggests that the late King Olav V was actually the son of an English physician called Sir Francis Laking, who artificially inseminated Olav’s British-born mother Maud with his own sperm when she visited London in 1902.

Princess Maud, who was a granddaughter of Queen

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