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Royal Splendour / Re: Engagements of William, Kate and Harry
« Last post by wannable on Today at 09:32:47 PM »
Hence Kate has 5, you can't have a self rule for one and not for the other. Rigged and useless.
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Royal Splendour / Re: Engagements of William, Kate and Harry
« Last post by Adrienne on Today at 09:28:50 PM »
Battle Back Center & Fisher House are about a 45 minute drive away from each other, so while they were on the same day, they're definitely separate events.
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Are they sure is two weeks not 3weekish, they should clear that statement with Queen carol first before written about it!
Also no photo allow around their Island visitor where warn to either leave the beach before they show up there or they all must turn off their phone, while they(Middleton) mingle around them on the beach or the restaurant or shopping streets.
 I wish I was in that Mystiques on vacation and I dare them to ask me to leave the beach or turn of my phone at the restaurant or shopping street, I will be file all kind of lawsuit,  I know many written law in the land and More connection  everywhere  that could turn their words into nightmare than mess with me, so I am  shocked to learnt  people obey their rule and allow the Middleton to walk on them on their vacation especially those people  are paying for it unlike the Middleton that  are partly paid their vacation and the rest was freebie yep freebie!!!!!!!!!!! :orchid:

They all went in separate dates. Some or all articles were wrong on Pippa and James, they just left London this past Jan 27, her parents Jan 26, whilst W&K Jan 23 - a weekend alone. The party in Mustique was last night.  That's 1 full week to date for W&K.

Mustique doesn't have a street with stores.

And yes the island is privately owned.
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Royal Splendour / Re: Engagements of William, Kate and Harry
« Last post by wannable on Today at 09:23:16 PM »
Harry's 3 engagements doesn't = 4.

And yep Kate has = 5 as they are are all separate events.
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Thanks, Macrobug.  So, an appointed committee can make any rules they like, I suppose?

Cindy
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Actress Debbie Reynolds, recipient of the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award, poses in the press room during the 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on January 25, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.

21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Press Room - Pictures - Zimbio

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Actress Debbie Reynolds accepts the Life Achievement Award onstage at the 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on January 25, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.

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Royal Splendour / Re: Engagements of William, Kate and Harry
« Last post by Adrienne on Today at 07:56:34 PM »
There are links to articles about the Kensington events (visiting the Family Friends, Kensington Aldridge Academy, and Kensington Leisure Centre) Kate performed on 19Jan here: Duchess of Cambridge : Morning of engagements in Kensington 19th January 2015
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Prince Andrew’s sex scandal may be the most recently scandalous, but male royalty has always courted hot, horny trouble between the sheets.

From Henry VIII to Prince Harry, getting the hottest chicks has always been one of the perks of the job of being a member of the Royal family. And the complicated sex lives of the lustier European Kings and Queens have always been a subject of endless discussion and speculation among their subjects. And, given the hereditary principle, who can blame us?

In former times, it was quite acceptable for a King to have many mistresses. See poor King George II (1683-1760) who was quite happily married to his wife, Queen Caroline, but took mistresses to maintain his reputation. A mistress-less king could be thought of as weak, or, worse still, gay.

Times have changed, of course, and now a neo-puritanical ideal for how royal families should comport themselves sexually pervades.

But, as is clearly shown by the recently publicized antics of Juan Carlos, the former King of Spain, who is facing a paternity suit from a Belgian woman, and Prince Andrew, who has been accused in court papers of having sex with an unidentified 17-year-old—a charge he vigorously denies—the sex lives of the royals are still just as intriguingly complex as they have ever been.

More: How A Crown Gets You Laid: The Biggest Royal Lotharios - The Daily Beast

Cindy
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A picture of one of the world’s ‘least understood figures’ emerges in a new biography of Prince Charles.  It quotes actress Emma Thompson, a close friend, as saying: ‘We talk a lot about the guilt of privilege. Sometimes I think he’s driven by guilt.’

It describes Charles as a prince who will ‘never be remote and silent like his mother’ and is driven to improve the human condition. He’s quoted as saying: ‘I want to raise aspirations and recreate hope from hopelessness and health from deprivation.’

Author Catherine Mayer talks of a prince who ‘rarely recognises his own achievements’ and is described by one of his inner circle as ‘a glass-half-empty man’, a ‘Prince of Wails’.

More: Portrait of Prince Charles emerges in new biography | Daily Mail Online

Cindy
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