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^^^Good question wannable. Not sure if she's going to be able to get a job anywhere now that the truth has come out.
Woops!! Awkward.QuoteCameron: Queen 'Purred' Over Scottish Vote
David Cameron has been overheard describing how the Queen "purred" when he told her Scotland had voted No to independence.
Microphones picked up the Prime Minister telling former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg how Her Majesty reacted during their phone conversation on Friday morning.
He said: "The definition of relief is being the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and ringing the Queen and saying 'It's alright, it's okay'. That was something.
"She purred down the line."
After a few seconds where the recording is not clear, Mr Cameron added: "But it should never have been that close.
More: PM: Queen 'Purred Down Line' Over Scots Vote
@TLLKThank you Windsor. Now from what I recall of the expenses released by the Palace this past summer, Charles was obliged to personally pick up some of the transportation costs for the Cambridges and Prince Harry so they could make it to their engagements. Is this correct?
The official activities of the Prince of Wales and his family are funded entirely by the Duchy of Cornwall - there are only three items of expenses covered by other methods. Travel to and from official engagements and structural repairs/maintenance of their official residences is covered by the Sovereign's Grant and Security is covered by the Home Office.
No PofP is giving her own opinion.
If I paid £1,500 for a pair of shoes, I'd make sure my initials were on the bottom as well.Well judging from the soles it appears that Harry has gotten some use out of his shoes. As for the initials it appears to be something that the shoemaker chooses to place either as a trade tradition or a client request.
Prince Harry at WellChild Awards wears intials in £1,500 shoes | UK | News | Daily Express
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