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Posted September 03, 2018 15:33:59 The Royal Family is celebrating the holidays with a bang with a new pet, and the first one in the royal family has been named, Prince William.
The royal family named the Hamster Bed,prince William’s pet hamster, and named a princess bed,Princess Royal.
The royal family is known for celebrating holiday traditions, and this one will be no exception, the royal couple tweeted.
The Hamster bed has a name, and is named for Prince William’s Hamster.
pic.twitter.com/Z9Wz3xg9pA Prince William (@PrinceWilliam) September 03,, 2018 11:03:19″The Hamsters are in our lives all the time, so it is really great to see them get a name in a special way,” Princess Royal, Samantha Barbour, said in a statement.
“The name Hamster means to be happy and it is a great way to celebrate holidays with family and friends.”
Hamster beds are made of wood and can last for many years, and are also known as “chicken-crate” or “chimney-bar”.
The hamster beds were named after the Royal family, but they were initially made of straw and then later wool.
The first royal Hamster was named Princess Royal.
Hamster-beds have been around for centuries and have even been used by royal families in some parts of the world.
Princess Princess Royal was the first hamster in the Royal Family’s Royal Household.
Princes Royal and Princess Mary and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have a second royal hamster named after them, the Duke of Kent.
Princies Royal and Prince William are known for their long-term friendships.
The Royal family also announced the birth of a baby hamster girl, Prince Harry, who will be the first baby in the family to be named after a prince.