It's the media that makes the fuss, not the Royals themselves. So I hope the world will give them a break. They're not lauding it over anybody, nor would you ever hear a Cambridge say, as some celebrities have been known to, "Do you know who I am?" And if their loveliness is due to being "boring", really? Then give me some more "boring" to counter our high-drama, high-octane lives.
What would it be like to have breakfast with Jeremy Clarkson, coffee with Gordon Ramsay, lunch with Gok Wan, Tea with Paddy McGuiness and Dinner with Sir David Attenborough? As a professional voiceover artist specialising in characters, accents and celebrity impressions (as well as, the usual guy-next-door reads), that's generally what my day looks like!
Comedy is all about recognition. Michael McIntyre points out one of life's foibles. You recognise said foible, then chuckle lightly and die a little on the inside. But there is a thin, unfunny line between highlighting some hilarious, unearthed observation and lazily trotting out a creaky comedy cliché that was hackneyed when first used on Round the Horne.