Zara gave birth last week to the 7lb 12oz girl, who is 16th in line to the throne and is the Queen's fourth great-grandchild.
"And she's the great-grandchild of a clergyman, so there cannot be anything wrong with the family," sobbed Miss Yard.
They were most desirous to do so, as he was the first grandchild of the one, the first great-grandchild of the other.
Thus three generations were appended to the parent, who carried at once her child, her grandchild, and great-grandchild.
Every morning and every evening my great-grandchild serves me with pulse and water.
The story tells of the old clerk's affection for his great-grandchild, Benny.
If you have received water up to yesterday your great-grandchild must indeed have thirsted that you might drink.
Why, honey, I raised my chilluns and my chilluns' chilluns, and even one great-grandchild now.
He commanded the presence of his great-grandchild in Xos, and unhesitatingly acknowledged him as the heir to his throne.
Perhaps Golde Freidchen has interceded for her great-grandchild that he should find his way back to the fold.