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Post by: Alexandrine on May 09, 2016, 11:37:03 pm

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Post by: Fly on the wall on May 11, 2016, 03:26:18 pm
Prince William reveals Prince George's favourite book

Prince William met schoolchildren during an engagement in Oxford when the conversation naturally turned to his own youngsters, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. William spent several minutes chatting to the pupils from Pegasus Primary School about their favourite books and lessons.

He spoke of his family's fondness for one children's book in particular – The Gruffalo. Schoolgirl Xiomara, eight, told reporters: "His favourite book was The Gruffalo."
http://www.hellomagazine.com/royalty/2016051131369/prince-william-prince-george-favourite-book/


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Post by: FortressODaveBarry on May 11, 2016, 03:30:57 pm
^"Do you actually use the library? This isn't just for show then?" he joked.
..."How messy are the students? Do they have all the files in one corner and the clothes in the other?" he asked. "I know students!"


He takes after Philip in the worst ways


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Post by: gingerboy24 on May 11, 2016, 04:06:50 pm
His problem is he thinks it is funny, sadly for him he is the only one thinks that.  He is an unpleasant to the core, and yes, I too think he has inheritied PP´s nasty tongue.


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Post by: One of the Peasants on May 11, 2016, 08:16:20 pm
The fact that his so called jokes misfire so often exposes how isolated and narrow his life is, there has clearly been no one to pull him aside and say "stop being an as*"


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Post by: Fly on the wall on May 11, 2016, 08:27:47 pm
His problem is he thinks it is funny, sadly for him he is the only one thinks that.  He is an unpleasant to the core, and yes, I too think he has inheritied PP´s nasty tongue.

agreed he's not funny ,but it doesn't help when he tells those jokes he has those royal suck ups laughing at what he says like that's the best joke ever.
same with PP coming up with the lame excuse oh he tells it like it is, oh he's old ,oh he's from a different time .well the people laugh so it was not offences.


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Post by: HRH Tiana of NOLA on May 11, 2016, 09:54:20 pm
Le sigh.... :sigh:


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Post by: LadyAva on May 12, 2016, 06:50:20 am
This is just ridiculous, I'm getting so fed up with those two just repeating the same stories about Prince George over and over. Kate already told us this just last week. :bored: Can't William once say something spontaneous about his children.


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Post by: Val on May 12, 2016, 07:00:22 am
^

He has to be rehearsed beforehand by a hopeless PR team who just seem to get it wrong every time.  He just hasn't got it in him to be funny or witty.


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Post by: LadyAva on May 12, 2016, 07:20:50 am
Your right and when he does try to be funny it tends to comes off as mean-spirited. Reminds me of high school athlete in the US, they always think they are being funny when it's really just immature. He really should have grown out of it by now. Can you imagine the cringe worthy things he says in private.


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Post by: kolkomilko on May 12, 2016, 09:56:47 am
Prince William reveals Prince George's favourite book

Prince William met schoolchildren during an engagement in Oxford when the conversation naturally turned to his own youngsters, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. William spent several minutes chatting to the pupils from Pegasus Primary School about their favourite books and lessons.

He spoke of his family's fondness for one children's book in particular – The Gruffalo. Schoolgirl Xiomara, eight, told reporters: "His favourite book was The Gruffalo."
http://www.hellomagazine.com/royalty/2016051131369/prince-william-prince-george-favourite-book/

He probably knows it from Maria.


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Post by: Little light on May 12, 2016, 01:22:19 pm
Or maybe it was his favourite book growing up.  :-


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Post by: marion on May 12, 2016, 06:02:51 pm
@Val - the trouble is when tis sort of thing is rehearsed it obviously lacks the spontaneity that we see in Harry for example


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Post by: Stephanie on May 17, 2016, 08:01:28 pm
What on earth is Wimpo doing to this lad?
He describes poor G as a raving creature and he already wants to kick him out of the house!
A prince John scenario comes to mind.
http://www.people.com/people/package/article/0,,20395222_21006978,00.html


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Post by: india on May 17, 2016, 08:44:45 pm
The Dork really is a hateful dull phlegmatic tool.


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Post by: Little light on May 17, 2016, 11:29:40 pm
What on Earth does he expect?!!

He has two young children in his household, growing up, exploring the world, and doing what most children do. And in fact what he did as a youngster! He really needs to get over himself and grow up and accept that he has children.

And if he didn't want them, he shouldn't have married. After all the Duke of Windsor never had any. (I know it was expected of him, PW, though). But seriously. He really should give himself a good talking to.





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Post by: india on May 18, 2016, 12:24:06 am
That arrogant narcissist ar$ehole?!!??!! Are you kidding me???!!!!!


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Post by: kolkomilko on May 18, 2016, 08:22:42 am
^^ It is because of her father. He showed this sample for Willy.


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Post by: Alexandrine on May 24, 2016, 10:09:15 pm
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3607164/PC-George-Prince-enjoys-ride-police-motorbike-help-smiling-Kate-FOUR-officers.html


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Post by: Little light on May 24, 2016, 10:18:05 pm
I'm sure he had a great time. A bit like when we used to have firemen, as they were once called, come to our school in their red fire engines.


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Post by: FortressODaveBarry on May 24, 2016, 10:22:54 pm
^^ He looks more like Jay North's Dennis The Menace character there, and not like the Children's Catalogue Pajama George from Obama's visit  :dontknow:


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Post by: gingerboy24 on May 24, 2016, 10:42:02 pm
What a non story, all I could see was his dyed blonde hair, and of course we had to have the bit where dork bill medd did something similar 29 years ago, and yet the photos are completely different. 

They really are getting desperate for pr aren´t they to push something like that out, either council caro or jug ears. And why the mention of char-donnay, did not even see the buggy, and no doubt nanny Maria just out of sight for the pr photos.

Disgusting, vile family, about time we got rid of the monarchs, although I rather suspect the meddledooms are working hard at it, and succeeding, dragging them into the gutter.


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Post by: Alexandrine on May 24, 2016, 10:57:05 pm
Who has the copyright of these photos? (Too sleepy to look)


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Post by: kolkomilko on May 25, 2016, 10:07:06 am
It is a copy again: Willy, Harry and policemen.  :bored: We can see George behind fence and I am not sure Charlotte was in the pushchair.


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Post by: india on May 25, 2016, 12:00:57 pm
They are really keeping her hidden.


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Post by: HRHOlya on May 25, 2016, 01:18:53 pm
Their PR is certainly in over drive, trotting the Crotchbridges out and even using the children. Same old, same old.

Below are supposedly new pics of Waity and the sprogs. If that really is her, then I can only say that she looks like a man in very very bad drag.
Their PR game is also so predictable and awful, everyone can see through it.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BFzfbtySmMj/

https://www.instagram.com/p/BFzffplSmMq/



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Post by: gingerboy24 on May 25, 2016, 01:57:31 pm
A sprog with dyed hair and one we can´t see  -  in the distance, bad lighting and out of focus.  European royals release such lovely photos of their chidren, but then I suppose they are not trying to hide anything.  What a find truly fascinating is that she can wear a frock to a War Memorial in Bhutan and have a Marilyn moment with it, and het in these photos her skirt is nearly down to her ankles and relatively straight  -  no chance of a Marilyn moment in that scruffy get up.  Anyway, the game is up, so many are now seeing the truth about everything to do with dork bill medd and council cath, and pushing out such awfu snapshots has done them no favours at all  -  the odd crumb here and there, keep the plebs happy. The plebs are not happy and it is a case of too little again, and far too late.  They have been rumbled big time, all these pr lies and silly photos are not cutting the ice, not one bit.  Wonder who took those photos, I am thinking council caro.


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Post by: LadyLaura on May 25, 2016, 03:49:39 pm
It hardy even looks like kate in those photos, more like Caitlin Jenner. No offense meant against Caitlin.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on May 25, 2016, 04:08:13 pm
Or nanny Maria with her hair styled to look like counci cath  -  she is tall, thin and mannish and taken in such a way as these photos could possibly pass for her, you never know, they are up to all the tricks that lot.  Normally always her we see out with the sprogs.


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Post by: Little light on May 25, 2016, 05:34:33 pm
Now that you mention it, I also think it might be nanny Maria.

After all, all she ever wears is no knickers and a floaty dress on a summer day, or those wretched skinny jeans and wedges. Plus she'd never pass up the option to wear either of them, especially over a long maxi length skirt.

And it looks like Maria's build too.


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Post by: HRH Tiana of NOLA on May 25, 2016, 07:21:24 pm
I have a hard time believing Charlotte was in that pram. She's nearly 13 months and walking now. She would be climbing out of that thing.


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Post by: Val on May 25, 2016, 07:40:04 pm
They pulled the same one with George in Hyde Park at a similar age.


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Post by: CarryingOn on May 25, 2016, 08:30:56 pm
The second picture, definitely Nanny Maria's build. The clothing is definitely something I can see her throwing on in spring/summer weather. Anytime Kate is on downtime, which is always, she's never seen in a skirt, especially not a maxi style. She's always spotted in skin tight skinny jeans.

I find it funny that every time we get pictures such as these though, we have people immediately claiming that it's Kate but we never get clear pictures of her face at all. You'd think they'd be able to work the zoom on their camera phones and use the flash. The person in the photo could be anyone.


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Post by: HRHOlya on May 26, 2016, 09:35:26 pm
I also doubt that any child was in the pram. Definitely empty.
I thought of C Jenner too!! If it is nanny M, I am sorry to nanny M! Poor lady has to endure enough.
The clothing is definitely off for Cathy, nothing tight enough to close off circulation or require being cut out of at the end of the day, very out of character for her. I thought at the begining that it might be nanny M, in spite of what people claim. Just like the "darling" bs, one min it's "darling" the next it's "babe". How stupid do they think people are FFS!
The Dennis the Menace comparison is also perfect! Never thought of that, thank you Fortress! Billy the Basher was also like Dennis the Menace, so nothing new then.


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Post by: Alexandrine on May 26, 2016, 09:51:08 pm
It's Kate. Nanny Maria is not thin at all.


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Post by: starsailor on May 26, 2016, 09:57:30 pm
The pics look as if someone copied Council Cath's head onto that body and the grainy PhotoShop filter was definitely used. I can tell because I've used the same filter in PhotoShop. So it might be nanny Maria's body but not her head  :laugh:


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Post by: gingerboy24 on May 26, 2016, 10:40:39 pm
^Do you know you beat me to it, I thought the very same thing about 10 minutes ago.  No way could I see council cath wearing that skirt, no offence to nanny Maria, kids mess up anything good, but she always dresses a bit sloppy. Would account for the dull lighting, out of focus and distance away from the camera.  Even the motorbike one looks as though her head was photoshopped in.  Great minds think alike  :thumbsup:


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Post by: sandy on May 27, 2016, 02:13:30 am
http://www.people.com/people/package/article/0,,20395222_21008920,00.html

This gets ridiculous after a while. I wonder if Kate and Carole cooked this up.


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Post by: india on May 27, 2016, 12:24:22 pm
The Council Girls spend a lot of time cooking things up.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on May 27, 2016, 09:25:31 pm
^^ How utterly pathetic.  Most people would not know who sprog I was, only possibly in the UK, and to be honest few people care, they know all the lies and BS about everything to do with dork bill medd and council cath, and nobody cares any more, just want rid of them. Another council caro idea for the press, or if juggers is still bashing his head against the brick wall trying to make them popular maybe he should join them on ther mental health engagements, he must need conselling by now  :there: :there:


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Post by: starsailor on May 27, 2016, 11:16:04 pm
^Do you know you beat me to it, I thought the very same thing about 10 minutes ago.  No way could I see council cath wearing that skirt, no offence to nanny Maria, kids mess up anything good, but she always dresses a bit sloppy. Would account for the dull lighting, out of focus and distance away from the camera.  Even the motorbike one looks as though her head was photoshopped in.  Great minds think alike  :thumbsup:

Thanks!  :thumbsup:


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Post by: Alexandrine on May 30, 2016, 07:25:46 pm
http://m.lynnnews.co.uk/news/local/latest-local-news/video-duchess-of-cambridge-enjoys-houghton-horse-trials-action-1-7407294

George and charlotte watching hirses


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Post by: Little light on May 30, 2016, 08:15:05 pm
They must've been hiding as I did not see them in the crowds.  :shy: and surely they would've taken photos of them if they had been there, wouldn't they?

Also is Kate not allergic to horses? I read that in the Sunday Times and thought she was, and this is why she went to her wedding in a car? I know she returned by horse drawn carriage.


I don't know what to make of this Cambridge family. They are like buses. None can be seen for ages, then BAM, they all turn up at once.



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Post by: Val on May 30, 2016, 08:46:27 pm
^

Trying to offset criticism about their lazy selves.


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Post by: Little light on May 30, 2016, 09:34:08 pm
I know. Pathetic aren't they if they think we will believe their spin?


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Post by: gingerboy24 on May 30, 2016, 09:38:39 pm
Using the sprogs to try and garner some good pr.  She doesn´t even like horses.  Too little far, far to late.  She can taken her sprogs and keep them at AH, nodoby, other than the sugars, cares any more.  Personally it would not bother me if I never say them ever again.  As for using them for pr purposes, again, they should be ashamed of themselves.  And pushing two sprogs into the limelight to try and get some popularity back is disgusting.  How about using the train or a car to go to AH in and not cost the taxpayer 5k for one trip down to AH  -  they have blown it, and the sooner they realise it the better.


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Post by: kolkomilko on May 31, 2016, 10:31:46 am
Using the sprogs to try and garner some good pr.  She doesn´t even like horses.  Too little far, far to late.  She can taken her sprogs and keep them at AH, nodoby, other than the sugars, cares any more.  Personally it would not bother me if I never say them ever again.  As for using them for pr purposes, again, they should be ashamed of themselves.  And pushing two sprogs into the limelight to try and get some popularity back is disgusting.  How about using the train or a car to go to AH in and not cost the taxpayer 5k for one trip down to AH  -  they have blown it, and the sooner they realise it the better.

^ I agree and nobody cares for it because no photos. Is it true or not? We don't know.


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Post by: Fly on the wall on May 31, 2016, 11:18:33 am
Pics
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CjvSeNYUUAA4o23.jpg

https://scontent-cdg2-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-0/p296x100/13254319_823444924427532_685890108396993372_n.jpg?oh=4953495c033ac1babd378396322ccab9&oe=57CBB0CF


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Post by: gingerboy24 on May 31, 2016, 11:25:37 am
Blurred and out of focus, second one just sprog and council cath not very clear either.  If these are not planted why are they not screaming privacy all over the place.  I smell one dirty great big rat.  Not allowed to see the sprogs, yet when they are at rock bottom for pr they roll out blurred piccies  -  yeah, dream on, we see through it all these days, no more hiding.


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Post by: kolkomilko on May 31, 2016, 11:53:23 am
Yes, it happens again and again. When they want it we can see photos. About the photos: the same coat, boots and stripped dress again, we have seen those. So who knows when these photos were taken? They always cheat, lie and photoshop. One never knows what to believe. :cookie:


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Post by: gingerboy24 on May 31, 2016, 12:00:40 pm
^Agree. For all we know they were taken on different days as well.  And who is pushing the empty buggy  -  the nanny no.2 they think we don´t know about? 


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Post by: Stephanie on May 31, 2016, 12:33:08 pm
http://66.media.tumblr.com/e43a4be0189611cd52574a62408d1a7f/tumblr_o81a3kuHB21r3innio1_400.jpg
Who's that man next to Waity? :Carole:


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Post by: india on May 31, 2016, 01:22:54 pm
It looks like The Potato Head has The Piglet in a head lock. She's probably whispering to him that she's going to hurt him in some way if he doesn't behave.


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Post by: Stephanie on May 31, 2016, 02:25:46 pm
G appears to have a very low muscle tone.


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Post by: Val on May 31, 2016, 02:49:12 pm
^^^

He was in the group a while back going to a memorial or church service which the Middletons hijacked as usual.  Someone said it was her cousin but it could be a local friend/house owner.


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Post by: sandy on May 31, 2016, 03:00:26 pm
Where's Charlotte?


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Post by: Stephanie on May 31, 2016, 04:39:47 pm
Bruiser
http://i3.mirror.co.uk/incoming/article8089415.ece/ALTERNATES/s615b/PAY-Duke-and-Duchess-of-Cambridge-at-Houghton-Horse-trials-with-Prince-George-and-Princess-Charlotte.jpg
Viperette
http://i2.mirror.co.uk/incoming/article8089418.ece/ALTERNATES/s615b/PAY-Duke-and-Duchess-of-Cambridge-at-Houghton-Horse-trials-with-Prince-George-and-Princess-Charlotte.jpg


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Post by: CarryingOn on May 31, 2016, 04:54:45 pm
One word: unattractive

Go home losers, no one cares about these two kids and it's disgusting the way you two use them.


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Post by: Fly on the wall on May 31, 2016, 05:09:15 pm
Kate Middleton and Prince George share adorable mother and son moment
Kate and George were even dressed in matching blue and white striped tops for the family day out to the Houghton Hall International Horse Trials
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/kate-middleton-prince-george-share-8089118

These pics are A OK now since the cambs popualrty is not as high as it use to be so bring out the privacy pics to show normal happy family time  anything to show them in a good light Horsey won't be kicking up a storm over these set of pics


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Post by: Stephanie on May 31, 2016, 05:18:57 pm
Won't help them they are not cute, sociable and full of life like little Mia.


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Post by: sandy on May 31, 2016, 05:30:19 pm
The lookalike outfits are ridiculous. Probably in the future there will be a photo of Carole, Kate and their little 'fashionista' Charlotte dressed as lookalikes.


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Post by: Val on May 31, 2016, 05:36:53 pm
^

They always get wheeled out as some sort of damage control.  Almost certainly handed straight back to the nanny after the photos.  They sadly aren't appealing children so another fail.


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Post by: Val on May 31, 2016, 05:58:20 pm
The mystery man asked about on page 3 is James Meade


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Post by: LadyAva on May 31, 2016, 06:10:03 pm
Can someone explain to me why Waity took the kids to see James Mead and not to see their Father and Uncle's polo match. Am I wrong or were they not on the same day? Did he go on the ski trip to or was that the other "friend".

Edited : Sorry didn't see the new pics that show Willy with them. Well... instead of these scraps that they threw the publics way.... what about bring the Kids to the charity Polo Match. Wouldn't that have been a double whammy get to be out and about and seen like one big happy family, and give those charities some much deserved $$$ and Interest. What a nice surprise that would have been for the donators and contributors at the event. 


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Post by: Stephanie on May 31, 2016, 06:16:59 pm
Thanks,Val.


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Post by: FortressODaveBarry on May 31, 2016, 06:40:47 pm
Why did Kate & George both change outfits ?  :dontknow: Very odd that there's never a direct, head on shot of Char, unless it's released way after a private photo shoot (ex. the Courchevel ski trip)


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Post by: HRHOlya on May 31, 2016, 08:58:36 pm
no wonder they keep the kids hidden. not the cutest to be honest, sprog I looks like the spit of michael middleton, but still unrecognisable from last time us plebeians were allowed to catch a glimpse of the golden ticket.


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Post by: Little light on May 31, 2016, 09:59:20 pm
And from these photos, it looks like George is  knocked kneed.  But it can be fixed. My brother had it and had to wear special shoes for a while to straighten them out. (And was told to walk around on tip toes as this also helps)!



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Post by: CathyJane on May 31, 2016, 10:06:33 pm
Poor Georgie looks so unhappy with Waity.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on May 31, 2016, 10:07:36 pm
^^  They are always photoshopping the sprogs, that is the problem, and I see they are still dying his hair, such a stupid thing to do to a sprog of that age.  Sometime I feel we never see the same sprog twice.  Stop all that photoshoppin and just show the sprogs as they are, let them be their own person. Okay, some think they are cute and others not cute at all, but whatever their looks, leave them be just who they are, their natural selves.  No need for photoshopping at that age, far too young.^

^Only ever looks happy and normal with nanny Maria, and probably with the second nanny we are not meant to know about, they are the ones with the sprogs all the time. Can´t even be natural with them herself, no real bond there.


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Post by: Val on May 31, 2016, 10:08:41 pm
^^

Always looking for his nanny.


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Post by: HRHOlya on May 31, 2016, 10:57:23 pm
^^^ No wonder he looks unhappy, he doesn't know who that scarecrow is!

They photoshop them probably for Bill's paranoid benefit, to keep their "privacy", so naturally no one is supposed to know what his sprogs really look like. Not even he knows it, he delegated them to a different mansion than himself, in case someone tortures him for the location and looks of the sprogs he won't be able to tell. (Just playing on the assumption/ rumour that the kids live in KP whilst he and Cathy slum it in AH).


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Post by: india on May 31, 2016, 11:02:25 pm
I bet The Potato Head is mean to The Piglet.


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Post by: Val on May 31, 2016, 11:10:50 pm
^

She always seems to be restraining him in a tight grip.  He does look difficult and unpleasant though.


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Post by: india on May 31, 2016, 11:11:27 pm
I bet The Piglet dislikes her.


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Post by: HRHOlya on May 31, 2016, 11:21:31 pm
^^ He has as it seems inherited Billy the Basher's traits, hence calling him Bruiser. I bet he is very difficult. Throw in Waity's lack of maternal anything and lack of day to day interaction, and we get exactly what we see. She doesn't know how to deal with her son and he wants to get away from the strange and cold woman. The older he gets, the better pictures and videos we'll get of their interaction to gossip on  :bored:


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Post by: marion on May 31, 2016, 11:27:01 pm
Hopefully by then all things Middleton will be history


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Post by: HRHOlya on May 31, 2016, 11:36:12 pm
^ Looking forward to that. I'm sure that time will come, soon.  :Carole: (Love using these hilarious thingys, the witch one is called scarole HAHAHA sorry, that was very off topic  :tehe: )
 
By all accounts, the Medds have become unusually quiet, that's a possible indicator. Along with all the other things we talk about that are "off" and seem to indicate the end  :spy:

Once all the Medds are gone and Scarole has gone bananas along with her useless daughter, sprog I will finally be able to wear proper trousers that go past his little knees and will be able to get appropriate clothes overall. Poor thing, so young and already so used by his dumb parents and dressed like little lord fauntleroy..


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Post by: Val on June 01, 2016, 07:10:55 am
^

Comments on the article in the DM asking who his father is and saying the nanny was close by and cropped out of the picture.  We speculated that a few days after the beautiful Charlene of Monaco and children were published the unappealing sprogs would be dragged out for PR purposes.  As ever it was a big fail.


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Post by: kolkomilko on June 01, 2016, 09:26:03 am
Yes, George is unhappy with them. They have no real eye contact, no touching, no smiles or playing together. Poor sprogs! I think Maria was there, too. The sprogs's photos are always seem to be photoshopped for me, too. They always look differently.


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Post by: india on June 01, 2016, 12:28:26 pm
The reason The Potato Head is always gripping Piglet so tightly is that he doesn't like her and wants to get away from her.


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Post by: CathyJane on June 01, 2016, 02:38:39 pm
I don't blame the kid one bit. She's scary looking, boney and probably smells.


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Post by: Stephanie on June 12, 2016, 11:20:20 am
I don't think HM likes Bruiser.
http://66.media.tumblr.com/cdb064fcdbc997b99c1dd7a6d0b0345e/tumblr_o8n6mabJeV1tkbuybo2_250.gif


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Post by: india on June 12, 2016, 12:59:22 pm
Yes, it does look like she's not into the little pustule.


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Post by: Snowpea on June 12, 2016, 01:21:59 pm
I don't think HM likes Bruiser.
http://66.media.tumblr.com/cdb064fcdbc997b99c1dd7a6d0b0345e/tumblr_o8n6mabJeV1tkbuybo2_250.gif

Priceless, and Harry doesn't seem to like him,either.  :P He seems to be babbling on in the way some annoying little kids like to - only their parents find it cute. Not knocking children - some are quite funny and cute, but he doesn't strike me as that.


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Post by: kolkomilko on June 12, 2016, 02:08:10 pm
I don't think HM likes Bruiser.
http://66.media.tumblr.com/cdb064fcdbc997b99c1dd7a6d0b0345e/tumblr_o8n6mabJeV1tkbuybo2_250.gif

^ I agree. Her glance shows it. The way as she looks at him...


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Post by: Snowpea on June 12, 2016, 02:54:50 pm
^

Comments on the article in the DM asking who his father is and saying the nanny was close by and cropped out of the picture.  We speculated that a few days after the beautiful Charlene of Monaco and children were published the unappealing sprogs would be dragged out for PR purposes.  As ever it was a big fail.

With all due respect, Charlene of Monaco's children are not remotely close to cute.


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Post by: india on June 12, 2016, 04:44:26 pm
I think the Monaco twins are cute. And it is obvious their parents truly love and adore them.


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Post by: CarryingOn on June 12, 2016, 06:57:25 pm
The Monaco kids ... it depends on the angle for me. In certain pictures they look cute, in others not so much. Maybe they'll turn into cute kids or at least cute adults though because Albert's first son is, IMO, cute and Albert nor Nicole are lookers but the little boy looks just like Albert with Nicole's lips and cheek bones and he's cute. They do have a good deal of personality, which makes up for looks. Overall, Princess Caroline and Princess Charlotte got the good looks in that family.


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Post by: FortressODaveBarry on June 13, 2016, 12:46:22 am
Kate continues to up the creepy factor:

"The little prince looked simply adorable in a pair of blue shorts and a white shirt with blue lining, which was first worn by his father Prince William at Prince Harry's Christening in 1984."

http://us.hellomagazine.com/royalty/2016061231890/kate-talks-about-prince-george-excitement-at-trooping-the-colour/


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Post by: sandy on June 13, 2016, 01:48:23 am
THey should buy original clothing for the kid. Dressing like his dad is getting tiresome


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Post by: kolkomilko on June 13, 2016, 01:15:48 pm
^ I do agree. They shouldn't dress him from the attic. I don't know why they do it.


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Post by: Mandosiel on June 14, 2016, 06:09:11 pm
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3638065/Day-Kate-s-two-cuties-showed-right-royal-little-characters-feisty-Charlotte-George-little-ruffian-stole-Queen-s-90th-birthday-celebrations.html (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3638065/Day-Kate-s-two-cuties-showed-right-royal-little-characters-feisty-Charlotte-George-little-ruffian-stole-Queen-s-90th-birthday-celebrations.html)

Little ruffian? :sly:


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Post by: FortressODaveBarry on June 14, 2016, 07:04:15 pm
^George is their much resented, constant reminder bandaid baby, ex "William just needs more motivation to settle down 100%. Surprise, here's a baby for you!...Well crap, that didn't work. Now I'm stuck with a kid to take care of & William isn't staying home. George is not quiet, sweet & easy maintenance, so he must be the problem & not us. He's a bad child naturally, that's it. If George was a good child, my husband would be a great father & partner otherwise." And as you can guess, Char is basically the end of that bone headed thinking: "...so what we need is a different kid. Forget George, a sweet little girl would do the trick. Playboys retire once they have a daddy's girl to spoil & coo over. Baby girls quietly play dolls &  tea party all day, right ?" Poor kids  :there:


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Post by: Stephanie on June 23, 2016, 08:39:46 pm
Campon encourages Chuck to stand next to Bruiser but he seems disgusted by him and flatly refuses.
https://66.media.tumblr.com/66f86af80feb1f207d9cf08b03142045/tumblr_o8lxnuh8We1ssue4ho1_400.gif


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Post by: HRHOlya on June 23, 2016, 09:25:00 pm
^ Great find, looks exactly like that! A snort escaped me when I saw that gif  :tehe: :laugh:


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Post by: india on June 23, 2016, 10:27:52 pm
Yes, PC is totally put off from that.


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Post by: Val on June 23, 2016, 11:24:29 pm
^^^

Great gif.  Cam was also fuming at the way Cath pushed herself and the sprogs in the best position which was Charles by right.   Poor old George looks like a mini mafioso hood.


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Post by: rainbow on June 23, 2016, 11:51:36 pm
When we think back to the gruesome twosomes wedding, Prince Charles lifting up Cam's granddaughter - compare and contrast that with the behaviour on the balcony.


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Post by: sandy on June 24, 2016, 01:33:19 am
Charles looks uncomfortable around small children. With Camilla's granddaughter and no grandfatherly photo ops with George and Charlotte on the balcony


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Post by: india on June 24, 2016, 02:35:00 am
Let's just lay it out: Nobody likes the Cambridges and their so called children.


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Post by: Snowpea on June 24, 2016, 02:36:02 am
He looks more comfortable around Camilla's grandchildren - the entire RF look uncomfortable with the Middleton-Windsor sprogs.


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Post by: kolkomilko on June 24, 2016, 08:51:13 am
Campon encourages Chuck to stand next to Bruiser but he seems disgusted by him and flatly refuses.
https://66.media.tumblr.com/66f86af80feb1f207d9cf08b03142045/tumblr_o8lxnuh8We1ssue4ho1_400.gif




^ His face! He wants to stay away from this "family".


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Post by: india on June 24, 2016, 12:26:44 pm
He is revolted by all things Middleton. I sure he cannot believe what a Dumba$$ his son is.


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Post by: sandy on June 24, 2016, 04:27:10 pm
He looks more comfortable around Camilla's grandchildren - the entire RF look uncomfortable with the Middleton-Windsor sprogs.

I think he has very limited contact with small children. Which supposedly is why Camilla has Raymill. His show of "devotion" to the grandkids are photographs on his desk. He looked like he was gritting his teeth when he held up Camilla's granddaughter on the balcony. He likes the idea of grandchildren but the reality, well not so much IMO


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Post by: One of the Peasants on June 24, 2016, 06:31:36 pm
Look at Harry's face too in this clip, totally priceless.   :laugh:


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Post by: Stephanie on June 24, 2016, 08:34:31 pm
Bruiser's hair is totally glued together. :stop:
I don't thing Chuck sees Bruiser and Viperette at all.
Let's hope Harry's kids will be different.
Chuck appears to be clueless around small children but not unloving.
http://cache2.asset-cache.net/gc/477193590-isla-phillips-peter-phillips-prince-charles-gettyimages.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=GkZZ8bf5zL1ZiijUmxa7Qc%2BxycC7UtMzdlbNrUoHchyricfYb%2BOZ5xFNWxnW0396WkWZqNdCugb5VXZAdoStUw%3D%3D


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Post by: HRHOlya on June 24, 2016, 11:58:35 pm
I wouldn't call Chuck child-unfriendly either. He isn't exactly cold towards them or anything. The queen is cold, but Chuck is "warmer", also towards kids, so in any case weird that he did not engage with his grandkids on the balcony (not that we find it weird, but you know what I mean  :akasha:)


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Post by: sandy on June 25, 2016, 01:03:32 am
I think he loves his grandchildren of course but I don't think he spends all that much time with them. The Queen though is not always cold to her great grandchildren and does show affection. It was said one reason that Camilla kept Raymill is that Charles did not want her grandchildren around that much.


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Post by: One of the Peasants on June 25, 2016, 04:55:33 am
When in absence of any real news about the dolts, they bring out rubbish like this.  At least, the nanny will have it easier pushing the spawns around.   

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3659276/Kate-s-bespoke-buggy-fit-little-princess-Duke-Duchess-Cambridge-trendy-road-three-wheeler.html (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3659276/Kate-s-bespoke-buggy-fit-little-princess-Duke-Duchess-Cambridge-trendy-road-three-wheeler.html)


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Post by: sandy on June 25, 2016, 12:32:50 pm
Now everybody will have to buy one so it 'sells out'. LOL


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Post by: india on June 25, 2016, 12:47:26 pm
This is ridiculously boring.


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Post by: kolkomilko on June 25, 2016, 01:15:48 pm
When in absence of any real news about the dolts, they bring out rubbish like this.  At least, the nanny will have it easier pushing the spawns around.   

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3659276/Kate-s-bespoke-buggy-fit-little-princess-Duke-Duchess-Cambridge-trendy-road-three-wheeler.html (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3659276/Kate-s-bespoke-buggy-fit-little-princess-Duke-Duchess-Cambridge-trendy-road-three-wheeler.html)


^ I do agree. The duo always want to read about themselves. Who does care for it?  :bored:


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Post by: Akasha 85 on June 27, 2016, 01:26:14 am
That's not a story, it's an add disguised as a story... :wopedo:
There was the same 'story' about that first pram (you know the cluncky vintage looking one) and his first stitch of clothing (spanish bonnet anyone? :bored:)

It's a cheap PR technique in hopes that the 'royal connection' might push some sales, for once I think the move is not from the RF/midd's but from the buggymaker!
Their basicly saying "you can't have that specific colour pram anymore but all our new models have just the same awesome features detailed above, buy it NOW!" heck they even threw in the regular price! :thumbsdown:


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Post by: YooperModerator on June 27, 2016, 02:57:46 pm
^Yep.  It's an advertorial on the manufacturer's behalf, nothing more.


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Post by: HRHOlya on June 27, 2016, 07:09:16 pm
^ As usual, it's just a mystery why they do that, it's not like stuff sells out because of Waity (in spite of the media's ridiculous claims), she's an embarrassment too, would not want my company to associate with her.


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Post by: YooperModerator on June 27, 2016, 09:44:09 pm
^It's a roll of the dice and a win/win for any company.  It costs $0 in advertising because the DM is paying to print it so if they even sell one buggy, it's a profit.  A no-brainer.


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Post by: HRHOlya on June 27, 2016, 09:54:41 pm
^ Goodness thank you for writing that, didn't realise the company doesn't pay for it! A no-brainer indeed then! Colour me surprised  :o :-


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Post by: Stephanie on July 05, 2016, 11:38:58 am
https://66.media.tumblr.com/13260537c5c3bd8fb73ed6b7d6e65063/tumblr_o9tsmcOpn61v1ybjlo1_400.jpg
Bruiser and Viperette.


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Post by: india on July 05, 2016, 12:21:42 pm
The Viperette is most unattractive.


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Post by: HRHOlya on July 05, 2016, 02:25:24 pm
Could someone please tell me why the sprogs are always in shorts but longsleeved tops? Aren't they cold? Never seen kids dressed this way  :sly:

https://67.media.tumblr.com/0ba615ff7d8fa15269d49fd76638812c/tumblr_o9tsmcOpn61v1ybjlo2_500.jpg

https://66.media.tumblr.com/4470b873a4b3772beaaeacaf36978e0e/tumblr_o9tsmcOpn61v1ybjlo3_500.jpg


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Post by: Stephanie on July 05, 2016, 04:11:41 pm
Strange dynamics towards Bruiser:
He leaves with a plastic bag in his hand
https://67.media.tumblr.com/0ba615ff7d8fa15269d49fd76638812c/tumblr_o9tsmcOpn61v1ybjlo2_500.jpg
Then nanny Maria takes it from him while Viperette is pointing her finger at him and looking miffed.
https://67.media.tumblr.com/154ead60e2878962526d5fae9e226275/tumblr_o9u2kgs8xY1v1ybjlo1_540.jpg


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Post by: sandy on July 05, 2016, 04:23:01 pm
The second sprog has to wear those silly barrettes


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Post by: leogirl on July 05, 2016, 10:19:55 pm
^ I think Nanny Maria wanted to do Viperette's hair, but she doesn't have enough of it to do anything with yet... she should wait until it grows out and then she can do ponytails, braids, etc.

^^ Maybe Viperette is the "good kid" and Bruiser is the "bad kid"... if Bruiser is getting yelled at a lot, getting angry looks from the adults, Viperette is going to copy what she sees and give her brother dirty looks.


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Post by: Val on July 06, 2016, 08:00:38 am
^

Sadly not attractive children who are going to win the public over as they hoped.  George always looks most unpleasant whatever they dress him up in.


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Post by: india on July 06, 2016, 12:29:45 pm
If I were a little boy, I would be in a perpetual bad mood if my hair was being bleached every month.


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Post by: Val on July 06, 2016, 12:36:49 pm
^

Carcinogenic  too


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Post by: india on July 06, 2016, 12:46:57 pm
Oh Yes....that too.


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Post by: kolkomilko on July 06, 2016, 01:19:21 pm
^^^ Perhaps that's one of the reasons why he doesn't like to be with them.


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Post by: Stephanie on July 06, 2016, 01:21:56 pm
Poor Viperette wearing Bruiser's clothes! :nervous: :nervous:
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Cmn-bjlWYAAp02d.jpg


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Post by: kolkomilko on July 06, 2016, 01:31:04 pm
Poor kids.  :-


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Post by: india on July 06, 2016, 08:00:56 pm
In that photo, somebody sure is jerking The Viperette along at a right smart little pace.


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Post by: CarryingOn on July 06, 2016, 10:35:15 pm
Poor Viperette wearing Bruiser's clothes! :nervous: :nervous:
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Cmn-bjlWYAAp02d.jpg

The crap was ugly when George wore it and it's ugly now. All of the cute little girl clothing out there, this is just terrible. Hucklebones is a British brand that makes cute girls clothing, they should dress her in that.


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Post by: Val on July 06, 2016, 11:58:20 pm
^^

Her poor feet are barely touching the ground.


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Post by: HRH Tiana of NOLA on July 07, 2016, 02:42:44 am
Poor Viperette wearing Bruiser's clothes! :nervous: :nervous:
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Cmn-bjlWYAAp02d.jpg

Clothing budget cuts for the babies, too? Damn! Chuckles is taking no prisoners!


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Post by: HennyPenny on July 07, 2016, 04:14:19 am
I agree with hand-me- downs for small children and  not buying a lot of gifts for Christmas or birthdays. They are young and will just mess it up anyway, keep the money( I know these people are millionaires)  for when they are older... If we go by what most people say , there wont be a monarchy much longer  and they will need that money. Neither Kate nor Will have any real money making skills.... :tehe: :tehe:


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Post by: CarryingOn on July 07, 2016, 01:44:33 pm
Hand me downs are okay to a certain extent but there are a lot of affordable children's clothing that Charlotte could wear, without them having to resort to dressing her in George's ugly hand me downs. Then of course, stores are having clearance sales all the time. They could buy her some nice pants, tops, and skirts instead of those Spanish dresses.


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Post by: HRHOlya on July 07, 2016, 02:04:43 pm
^ I think the reality is that the Crotchbridges just don't care. The nannies normally do and that's why we see the kids in the clothes we do in their spare time. The nanny has to tale care of everything, and where does she by clothes? There, where she knows it's good and fitting in a way. The Crotchbridges only care when they can milk the PR for all its worth. Maybe even George's (if it is one) hand-me-down was calculated to appear "normal" and to invoke the image of "aww C wearing daddy's old clothes". Wouldn't put anything past them and their staff has to do after all as they are told, incl nannies.


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Post by: logically on July 07, 2016, 04:15:39 pm
Guess what she used her standard statement.  George is quite keen on tennis. he has a racket.  good grief It is simply amazing what a 2-3year old is capable haha.  Fi she met a sky diver would she say goerge is quite keen on skydiving . he ahs his own parachute.  oh no we tell him that is what daddy does at work.

Geez even small talk is hard for her


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Post by: india on July 07, 2016, 05:10:41 pm
The Moronic Potato Head is a dull unintelligent buffoon.


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Post by: sandy on July 07, 2016, 09:26:50 pm
Guess what she used her standard statement.  George is quite keen on tennis. he has a racket.  good grief It is simply amazing what a 2-3year old is capable haha.  Fi she met a sky diver would she say goerge is quite keen on skydiving . he ahs his own parachute.  oh no we tell him that is what daddy does at work.

Geez even small talk is hard for her

If he has a tennis racket it is probably one of those little toy ones that kids get that are not even "official" tennis rackets in any way shape or form and he probably has a lot of toys he can play with. Will also talked about the sprog going scuba diving


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Post by: kolkomilko on July 08, 2016, 01:55:28 pm
His hair is being newly bleached again. 


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Post by: HRHOlya on July 08, 2016, 04:42:18 pm
Royal International Air Tattoo today

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/07/08/15/36130DA300000578-3679511-image-a-188_1467989094190.jpg

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/07/08/15/3613236D00000578-3679511-image-a-144_1467988847852.jpg

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/07/08/15/3613051A00000578-3679511-image-a-183_1467989053311.jpg

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/07/08/15/361317C900000578-3679511-image-a-143_1467988841033.jpg

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/07/08/15/36132BCC00000578-3679511-image-a-132_1467988765317.jpg

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/07/08/14/36124AF900000578-3679511-image-a-54_1467982960426.jpg

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/07/08/15/3612FC8600000578-3679511-image-a-1_1467989565628.jpg

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/07/08/15/3613286D00000578-3679511-image-a-178_1467989015892.jpg

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/07/08/16/3613258100000578-3679511-image-a-23_1467990588058.jpg

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/07/08/15/3613101A00000578-3679511-image-a-2_1467989982830.jpg


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Post by: sandy on July 09, 2016, 12:30:04 am
I read that parents should not bring young children to places where there are loud noises. George did not look comfortable or happy. I think this PR stunt backfired. Big Time.


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Post by: Rosella on July 09, 2016, 01:06:07 am
George was a bit overcome by the crowds and noise but looked as if he was enjoying himself once he'd settled down. He enjoyed taking a look inside the helis and getting stickers I'm sure. He's a cutie, and for a change there were a lot of close ups of him. I think George looks like Willie at the same age but with Mike M's eyes. In the DM article it said he was polite but rather shy. Why his mother couldn't have worn flat heels and slacks on a busy airfield don't know,instead of tottering around on killer heels and a inappropriately short dress, and pull your hair back into a pony tail, woman!


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Post by: FortressODaveBarry on July 09, 2016, 03:09:27 am
This was unfortunate timing, expecting George would get them attention the day after a major shooting


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Post by: Mandosiel on July 09, 2016, 04:02:25 am
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3679511/Prince-George-accompanies-Duke-Duchess-Cambridge-Royal-International-Air-Tattoo.html (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3679511/Prince-George-accompanies-Duke-Duchess-Cambridge-Royal-International-Air-Tattoo.html)

Videos with this one.


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Post by: FortressODaveBarry on July 09, 2016, 06:41:50 am
^That was adorable when George gave the security guard the thumbs up, and also when he giggled & waved before someone offered him the sticker  kisss Williams needs to invest in a dang iron, though


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Post by: gingerboy24 on July 10, 2016, 10:35:04 pm
Personally I believe he was too young for such an event, bad pr move.  There really does not appear to be a bond between them and sprog I, even bill medd gives him odd looks, as for council cath she always tries to play the monster as if that is the thing you do with young kids.  Not a clue, either of them.  I call shame on them for dragging him along, he looked like a rag bag too  -  newly dyed hair, scruffy shorts, no socks on, his belt tucked up oddly  -  typical council estate look, you would think they had just come from a clothing bank the state of him.


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Post by: india on July 10, 2016, 10:47:56 pm
Thumbs down to all of this. A definite PR move. So obvious you unpopular illiterate Potato Head.


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Post by: Val on July 10, 2016, 10:53:43 pm
They have been 'instructed' to appear with PG after so many questions as to why he is hidden.  The duo look totally Ill at ease with him and agree GB, the worse possible place to take a child.


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Post by: HRHOlya on July 10, 2016, 11:01:52 pm
I found most funny comments online were people said that G must be around his parents a lot as he kept reaching for them.. That is hardly a sign of closeness, bc duh of course he's going to seek comfort and reach for literally the only two people he knows there amongst a mass of strangers in a very noisy place....  :bored:


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Post by: HRH Tiana of NOLA on July 10, 2016, 11:23:16 pm
^True. A child will cling to the most familiar person in the room when they are in a situation that makes them uneasy or a little scared. That was a whole lot of noise, a whole lot of huge machinery, and a whole lot of tall guys with unfamiliar faces.


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Post by: sandy on July 11, 2016, 12:42:52 am
Personally I believe he was too young for such an event, bad pr move.  There really does not appear to be a bond between them and sprog I, even bill medd gives him odd looks, as for council cath she always tries to play the monster as if that is the thing you do with young kids.  Not a clue, either of them.  I call shame on them for dragging him along, he looked like a rag bag too  -  newly dyed hair, scruffy shorts, no socks on, his belt tucked up oddly  -  typical council estate look, you would think they had just come from a clothing bank the state of him.

I agree with you. George did not look happy and it is not good for young children's ears to be near loud noise.  I read that Diana brought WIlliam along on a walkabout and he was about 8 years old and she was criticized for bringing him. But it is ridiculous to bring the toddler along to an event. I think he is too young to be dragged along as a prop. It's like those celebrity mothers bringing along the kids like props. I'm wondering if the nanny was there but away from the cameras so Kate could hand sprog one to her after the photo ops.


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Post by: india on July 11, 2016, 12:53:12 pm
You know Maria was there to deal with him. I feel so sorry for this child. He is just a means to an end. Those two selfish people will use him to the max for all of their ungodly purposes.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on July 11, 2016, 03:28:29 pm
Yes, pretty sure nanny Maria was there somewhere.  I did read they they have two full time nannies and one part time one.  I recall the incident at Wellington Airport back in 2014 post arrival  -  as soon as the cameras stopped rolling the bundled sprog I into a waiting car with nanny Maria and sped  off somewhere just the two of them.  Pure pr with those two and the sprogs, and the looks council cath gives him at times.  She seems pretty clueless with kids, and it shows.


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Post by: india on July 11, 2016, 08:36:36 pm
I would *despise* to have that thing as my mother.


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Post by: One of the Peasants on July 12, 2016, 12:26:16 am
When Waity is home with the spuds, I envision her not allowing them in the same room with her without the nannies, ever.   :ick: :ick: :ick:


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Post by: Val on July 12, 2016, 07:02:37 am
^

I am surprised that waity doesn't snap in two when she picks him up, he looks quite hefty.


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Post by: kolkomilko on July 12, 2016, 07:55:22 am
^^ I think Waity "visits" the sprogs only when there'll be programmes or taking photos. 


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Post by: india on July 12, 2016, 12:04:09 pm
We all know who mothers them and that's Maria.


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Post by: FortressODaveBarry on July 12, 2016, 07:14:21 pm
^^^^ Oh, no doubt Kate does that. Remember when she was pregnant with Char ? George was supposedly constantly running around opening doors & cabinets; so she "needed" someone to watch him while she spent the day sleeping  :bored:


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Post by: One of the Peasants on July 15, 2016, 07:47:30 pm
Little dude is turning 3

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3691257/Birthday-fit-Prince-new-puppy-300-train-set-monogrammed-football-George-turns-three-s-perfect-pile-treats-party-Middleton-style-lined-help-celebrate.html (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3691257/Birthday-fit-Prince-new-puppy-300-train-set-monogrammed-football-George-turns-three-s-perfect-pile-treats-party-Middleton-style-lined-help-celebrate.html)


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Post by: kolkomilko on July 16, 2016, 09:22:25 am
We'll only hear about his birthday "party" again. This article is about a fuss they plan. They can't buy his love with piles of gifts. Where are his friends (if he has any)? No other kids again?


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Post by: india on July 16, 2016, 03:25:17 pm
The Worthless Pair is not interested in this child's welfare. They only care about how he is useful to their selfish purposes.


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Post by: sandy on July 16, 2016, 08:11:15 pm
Kate probably won't invest in new outfits for his birthday, she will go into the old trunk of William's clothing and just have George wear them.


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Post by: Val on July 16, 2016, 08:48:07 pm
^

Then as we have seen pass them on to the viperette.


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Post by: india on July 16, 2016, 09:36:48 pm
The poor little Viperette is most unfortunate looking. What she wears makes no difference.


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Post by: kolkomilko on July 17, 2016, 11:40:45 am
^ I agree.


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Post by: Rosella on July 22, 2016, 12:36:52 pm
Some new photos to mark George's third birthday have been released.

http://www.9news.com.au/world/2016/07/22/19/43/playful-new-photographs-released-to-mark-prince-georges-third-birthday


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Post by: kolkomilko on July 22, 2016, 12:49:59 pm
They had enough of articles about Pippa.  lol Anyway, why are their names written on that swing? I would prefer "Mummy and Daddy".


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Post by: YooperModerator on July 22, 2016, 01:40:57 pm
^That's a good catch!  I'm guessing this is William and Kate's swing so they had two choices for George, no, three:  Get the kid his own swing, if you are that full of yourself build one that says "Mummy or Daddy" as you stated, or have pictures taken of him somewhere else.  This just looks self-serving and vain.  Oh, they're hopeless. 


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Post by: casie on July 22, 2016, 02:17:45 pm
Happy Birthday, George <3 I can't believe how tall you're getting!  Don't grow up too fast.


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Post by: Fly on the wall on July 22, 2016, 02:40:27 pm
Sweet pics.


Kate and William accused of 'irresponsible animal cruelty' over picture of Prince George 'feeding a Magnum' to Lupo despite dogs being ALLERGIC to ice cream and chocolate

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3703006/Kate-William-accused-irresponsible-animal-cruelty-picture-Prince-George-feeding-chocolate-ICE-CREAM-Lupo-despite-dogs-allergic-dairy.html#ixzz4F91zr1KA
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Post by: YooperModerator on July 22, 2016, 02:57:45 pm
^Those are cute and he's growing like a weed!  My goodness.

However, chocolate is a huge no-no for dogs and I have to agree that it's smart to point that out for any other idiotic dog owners who might emulate this practice.  It can send dogs into seizures and, in some cases, kill them.  Do they never do any research before publishing these things?  I don't think they meant harm but there has to be some personal responsibility for what they do put out there. 


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Post by: Snowpea on July 22, 2016, 03:49:41 pm
Sweet pics.


Kate and William accused of 'irresponsible animal cruelty' over picture of Prince George 'feeding a Magnum' to Lupo despite dogs being ALLERGIC to ice cream and chocolate

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3703006/Kate-William-accused-irresponsible-animal-cruelty-picture-Prince-George-feeding-chocolate-ICE-CREAM-Lupo-despite-dogs-allergic-dairy.html#ixzz4F91zr1KA
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Of course they are irresponsible and stupid - they are Middletons, for crying out loud.  Probably first time in a long time they visited the kid. Magnum bars, what, no organic Duchy made ice cream?


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Post by: Lindsay on July 22, 2016, 06:15:49 pm
They had enough of articles about Pippa.  lol Anyway, why are their names written on that swing? I would prefer "Mummy and Daddy".

It was a wedding present.

We'll only hear about his birthday "party" again. This article is about a fuss they plan. They can't buy his love with piles of gifts. Where are his friends (if he has any)? No other kids again?

The Worthless Pair is not interested in this child's welfare. They only care about how he is useful to their selfish purposes.

He probably has school friends but I'm sure that they weren't invited. They are too obsessed with their "privacy". The peasants can't know what the inside of Amner Hall looks like or the theme of George's party! Also, if it's just the Middletons there is no reason to put on a big show of the happy family. Will wouldn't even need to be there.

It is also a bit odd that she didn't take these photos. She usually does the candid shots and has a photographer for big events.


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Post by: Stephanie on July 22, 2016, 08:51:47 pm
A Manson fest and no Windsors. :cookie:


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Post by: FortressODaveBarry on July 22, 2016, 08:53:20 pm
Another huge no-no: saying Kate may play in the bounce house. It is recommended (at least on this side of the pond) that adults + children over a certain height / or weight not climb in, except for very specific ones built to handle that; some party companies are only okay with "you the parent can sit inside it, but don't bounce with the kids at the same time." Sorry, I'm picky about safety stuff like that

All About Prince George's Birthday Tea Party in the Countryside: 'If There Is a Bouncy Castle, Kate Will Be on It!'
http://www.people.com/people/package/article/0,,20395222_21020127,00.html

Tanna retweeted this:
Some very odd framing or crops on the birthday pics of #PrinceGeorge. Feet and hands would seem to be an optional extra !
https://twitter.com/markacuthbert/status/756417760696172544


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Post by: Lindsay on July 22, 2016, 10:03:24 pm
^ There is no way she'll be in the bounce house in front of their posh friends. That is just meant to make her sound down to earth, hands on, and like the fun mom. It's like the cooking, gardening, and not having live in help - easy to claim, hard to disprove, especially if you get your Kate news from People.

The biggest danger with bigger kids and adults is them bouncing too hard or landing on or being bounced into so as long as she isn't full out jumping it will be fine. They will let you do it in the indoor bounce house places and they are really strict. The only thing that makes them adult is wall height and floor strength for multiple adults. As long as no adult is bouncing into the walls and are careful not to knock kids around they will be fine.

An aquatic life photographer was an interesting choice to do his birthday portraits.

I wonder why they didn't get any swings with their kids name. It is an odd wedding present.


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Post by: windsor2 on July 23, 2016, 02:59:59 am
Odd blurry background as well. Who really knows if they were taken at Amber Hall.  :bored:


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Post by: FortressODaveBarry on July 23, 2016, 03:27:25 am
^"I wonder why they didn't get any swings with their kids name. It is an odd wedding present."

George & Char got a seesaw with their names a while back. I'd guess the swing was bought by Carole or Pippa; otherwise they'd be crowing about "the wedding present was from Lady So And So"


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Post by: kolkomilko on July 23, 2016, 07:21:54 am
^ That's interesting. I found that his face is a little thiner and his hair is different.  :cookie:


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Post by: leogirl on July 23, 2016, 07:48:22 am
^^ I wonder why they didn't photograph George in front of the seesaw instead of his parents' swing? Seems a bit odd.


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Post by: sandy on July 23, 2016, 12:26:28 pm
HE always looks like he got treatment at the salon for his hair. A more natural look would have been better. He looks like a child actor made up by a stage mother.


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Post by: FortressODaveBarry on July 23, 2016, 02:35:57 pm
^^Probably to reinforce "We're so in love & still together. We even have two kids, which totally proves nobody's running off to Kenya to bang anyone else. Thanks for coming, George *pushes George offstage* Also, you really should call refer to me as Catherine, Dutchess Of Cambridge & Future Queen Of The Universe. That ***ing swing doesn't say Kate Middleton, okay ?  :Kate: " 


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Post by: Lindsay on July 23, 2016, 05:09:51 pm
^  :laugh: You are probably right. Plus, since she didn't get to play photographer she had to be a part of it somehow. She shouldn't push the Kate Middleton thing to hard, she can be/is called much worse.

^^ Yes, he does and poor Charlotte always looks like no one put any thought into how she looked. Hand me down George clothes, haphazardly placed barrettes, repeating outfits in the very few photo shoots she has done (unlike George.) She seems like one of those women who will get jealous of their daughter. It starts out with resenting the love and affection given by the dad and then jealousy of all the attention and complements little girls get. It will kill her if Charlotte grows up to be thin and even sort of pretty, as her daughter grows into her looks Kate will be rapidly losing her (yikes, it is all downhill from here and now is not that great :ick:) Charlotte will have boys paying attention to her, flirting with her and the media's attention will be off Kate. If she stays away from smoking and dieting and tanning obsessively she will have much better skin than Kate ever did. She also could end up being innately stylish, charismatic, smart, or genuinely kind (thanks to the people that did the heavy lifting of raising her, not her parents) that will be a rocky relationship between the two of them at best. Carole could at least be happy living vicariously through her daughters. Kate is too petty, self-involved, and shallow to set aside the jealousy. (Pippa will learn this soon too!)

Poor kids! I hope they have great nannies and a strong non-Cambridge/Middleton support system.  :loveshower:


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Post by: Alexandrine on July 23, 2016, 09:50:25 pm
I find George charming but these photos are awful. They don't show his personality most of them are super artificial and the name in the swing is the cherry on top.

Also why no photo with Charlotte which is what is usually done? One or two photos alone and one with siblings.


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Post by: sandy on July 24, 2016, 12:04:08 am
THe photo with Lupo looks very airbrushed.  IT is weird that Charlotte could not be in a photo with George. It's as if Kate prefers trotting out George.


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Post by: FortressODaveBarry on July 24, 2016, 04:39:52 am
^It's not because Kate likes George better or has some logical reason (ex "he sits still better"); it all boils down to Char being "tiny Diana who must be protected" in William's eyes, while Kate sees Char as something / someone she can manipulate the press & public opinion with. The unfortunate comparison would be a trade show booth that hands out pencils + brochures to every visitor, but only select visitors are given the free Company X t-shirt, travel mug & full sized sample. Which is a cruel way to use children


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Post by: livylivy on July 24, 2016, 10:21:26 am
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Kate and William accused of 'irresponsible animal cruelty' over picture of Prince George 'feeding a Magnum' to Lupo despite dogs being ALLERGIC to ice cream and chocolate

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3703006/Kate-William-accused-irresponsible-animal-cruelty-picture-Prince-George-feeding-chocolate-ICE-CREAM-Lupo-despite-dogs-allergic-dairy.html#ixzz4F91zr1KA
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 :thumbsdown: :thumbsdown: :thumbsdown: :thumbsdown:
Ice cream and whatever has sugar in it is like poison for dogs and for all animals :thumbsdown: :thumbsdown:
Pets mustn' t get sugar at all. Pet mustn' t eat ice cream. It' s not for them, it' s really  unhealthy.

What really upsets me is that they decided to release such a photo! Didn' t they know the world look at them and judges them? Didn' t they know they would be criticised further ( I mean Will and Kate aren' t the most loved Royals).
I didn' t think they were so stupid, but they are!
They could pick any picture, they could have chosed any move, place, food to give the dog  :tehe:
Will and Kate are so careless, they' re such a disgrace  :thumbsdown:

George is cute though!


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Post by: kolkomilko on July 24, 2016, 11:32:52 am
I don't understand why they didn't take a photo about Charlotte and George together.


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Post by: india on July 24, 2016, 02:33:36 pm
They are clueless and have a lesser intelligence.


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Post by: YooperModerator on July 24, 2016, 02:35:50 pm
^^Isn't it to denote George's birthday?  If so, then it would make sense to exclude Charlotte.  I've kind of lost track, tho.


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Post by: kolkomilko on July 24, 2016, 02:36:07 pm
Where is Kate, the photographer? Anyway I can't see anything special about those photos.

http://www.hellomagazine.com/royalty/2016072232554/prince-george-birthday-portraits-matt-porteous/


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Post by: Alexandrine on July 24, 2016, 07:44:39 pm
^^Isn't it to denote George's birthday?  If so, then it would make sense to exclude Charlotte.  I've kind of lost track, tho.

Yes, it is. But the normal in royal families that give photos for the bdays, is one photo or more for the bday person and a at least one with its siblings.

THe photo with Lupo looks very airbrushed.  IT is weird that Charlotte could not be in a photo with George. It's as if Kate prefers trotting out George.

That photo is what really made me thought that it was very artificial. I really doubt the dog was there at all.


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Post by: Little light on July 24, 2016, 10:06:29 pm
I doubt the dog was there too. If you zoom into the tree root just behind Lupo's head, the tree root matches EXACTLY Lupo's silhouette. Exactly.

He's probably giving ice cream to Charlotte but she's been brushed out and Lupo brushed in.


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Post by: HRHOlya on July 24, 2016, 10:27:16 pm
The backside of the dog looks weirdly cut off and overall there is no connection between dog and boy, G looks at the ice cream and lupo stares just ahead, neither looking at G nor the ice. It looks definitely weird. As many noted, very weird that no pic was included with C, also weird that we never get really family pics, esp to mark important milestones like birthdays. Don't get me started on the weirdly cobbled photoshop fails they have published so far.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Cn9MGxjWgAAB7OH.jpg


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Post by: Little light on July 24, 2016, 10:41:10 pm
I never even noticed that Lupo's behind was missing.

Wish my bum would disappear as easily as that!


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Post by: sandy on July 25, 2016, 03:28:17 am
Lupo's eyes look weird in the photo. Something off about the photograph


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Post by: livylivy on July 25, 2016, 09:26:38 pm
The Lupo gate  :tehe:

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Chocolate, however, can be toxic to dogs and the Magnum bar in question is covered in white chocolate.
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It’s pretty hard to screw up the good-will vibes a picture of a little boy and his dog normally produces but once again, Prince William and Kate Middleton have managed to provoke another backlash with well-intended PR photos they hired a professional to shoot.
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If the British Monarchy wants to use terms like The Kate Effect and The George Effect to justify its cost to taxpayers, then it must also acknowledge the impact its actions have on the public.  According to a Daily Mail article, the shirt Prince George was wearing in his third birthday photos sold out in an hour.  The potential damage caused by those who might mimic the actions of the young prince will never be known nor can it be adequately measured in pounds because for most of us, our dogs are members of our family.

http://lovelolaheart.com/?p=3559

They never do it right, they never ever put some care in what they do  :thumbsdown:
Or maybe they're sooooo dumb


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Post by: kolkomilko on July 26, 2016, 12:48:13 pm
I never even noticed that Lupo's behind was missing.

Wish my bum would disappear as easily as that!


^ Really, they have a magic powder. Anyway I think a dog would lick that ice cream but Lupo looks away. It is strange.


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Post by: FortressODaveBarry on July 26, 2016, 06:18:18 pm
^^^"Lupo's eyes look weird in the photo. Something off about the photograph"

I suspect the Lupo they used is from the shoot when George was 8 months old, when they did that odd "us in the window" pose


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Post by: Fly on the wall on July 26, 2016, 11:42:23 pm
British Council boss attacks Prince George for 'white privilege' and living 'on public money'

The British Council has pledged to investigate comments reportedly made by one of its senior employees criticising three-year-old Prince George for being privileged, rich and living "on public money".

Angela Gibbins - Head of Global Estates for the organisation, which works in international education and is partially funded by the taxpayer - is said to have made angry comments about the Prince on social media.

The British Council, which promotes the UK and the English language in more than 100 countries, said her alleged comments, in which she called Prince George "royal, rich" and "advantaged" and referenced "white privilege", were not representative of the organisation's views.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/07/25/british-council-boss-attacks-prince-george-for-white-privilege-a/


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Post by: HRH Tiana of NOLA on July 27, 2016, 03:04:49 am
^^I came in here to type this exact thing! Lupo looks just a weird in this picture as he did in the window picture. It's as though he was photoshopped in.


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Post by: FortressODaveBarry on July 27, 2016, 06:24:11 am
^Not to get too off topic, but I truly think something bad happened to the real Lupo long ago. Remember the story about Lupo getting his head stuck in a fence in July 2013 ? The one where someone was heard shouting "Lupo", followed by a high pitched dog scream ?  :sob: The animal rescue people were called, but then they were told the dog was freed & it was spun as "oh, the Midds & James have dogs, it was probably one of those."


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Post by: sandy on July 27, 2016, 02:37:53 pm
http://www.people.com/people/package/article/0,,20395222_21020796,00.html

Cover story on Prince George, a "proper little chap." I thought those pictures would get into People Magazine


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Post by: YooperModerator on July 27, 2016, 04:22:59 pm
http://www.foxnews.com/world/2016/07/27/uk-council-investigating-employee-who-insulted-prince-george.html][url]http://www.foxnews.com/world/2016/07/27/uk-council-investigating-employee-who-insulted-prince-george.html (http://[url)[/url]

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UNITED KINGDOM
UK council investigates worker who slammed Prince George’s 'white privilege'

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The British Council, which promotes British culture and values worldwide, said Tuesday it has started disciplinary procedures against an employee who went on a social media rant against Prince George.

The woman posted obscene comments about George -- who just celebrated his third birthday -- on Facebook, using expletives and calling the youngster an example of "white privilege living off public money."

She also made fun of George's facial expressions.

The British Council said in a statement that the comment was made on a "private social media account" and does not represent the council's views and values.

George's parents, Prince William and his wife Kate, have not commented. They released new pictures of George last week to mark his birthday.

If the person used a "private social media account" to comment doesn't this fall under freedom of speech?  I'm confused.   :dontknow:


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Post by: kolkomilko on July 27, 2016, 04:26:11 pm
^ I agree. They consider her kids as forbidden fruit.  ???


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Post by: Lindsay on July 27, 2016, 06:28:31 pm
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UK council investigates worker who slammed Prince George’s 'white privilege'

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The British Council, which promotes British culture and values worldwide, said Tuesday it has started disciplinary procedures against an employee who went on a social media rant against Prince George.

The woman posted obscene comments about George -- who just celebrated his third birthday -- on Facebook, using expletives and calling the youngster an example of "white privilege living off public money."

She also made fun of George's facial expressions.

The British Council said in a statement that the comment was made on a "private social media account" and does not represent the council's views and values.

George's parents, Prince William and his wife Kate, have not commented. They released new pictures of George last week to mark his birthday.

If the person used a "private social media account" to comment doesn't this fall under freedom of speech?  I'm confused.   :dontknow:

I know free speech is different their. Nothing like our interpretation of the First Amendment, especially when it comes to the BRF. That is why speculation about the possibility of the Middleton's divorce was published in foreign media and why they foreign press can run photos and stories that the British press cannot. Royal reporters complain about it often.

Even in the US people can be fired because of things on their personal social media. It is meant to protect you from arrest and government retaliation, not from the actions of private companies or backlash from other people. They also don't have our very loose at will employment laws. They tend to have contracts and with a high profile PR like job I can't imagine it not including social media conditions.

It seems mean to pick on George though. He doesn't know. Willnot and Cannot are the ones actively exploiting their privilege. Also, Kate makes x100 more ridiculous faces than George and she is aware of her image and knows how many people will see the photos.


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Post by: YooperModerator on July 27, 2016, 09:22:44 pm
^I understand what you're saying and agree.  It's also not in the finest of taste but the "author" of the posts doesn't work for the monarchy so I'm still confused if it was a private account they were using.  For instance, if somebody here at RGF worked for a company in England and their employers saw what they posted, could they discipline them?  This is a public site after all based in Germany, tho.  But, still...it opens the door for all kinds of pushing people around for expressing points of view. 

I find this very disturbing.  In my line of work, unless I attack my employers, threaten anybody's life, openly bully a co-worker or any employee, and/or any direct illegal activity, I'm free to express an opinion about some kid who lives in the White House, for example, and looks like a goon or is experiencing "unfair taxpayer privilege".  That is absolutely my right.  Any disciplinary action from a company that I work for would be met full-throttle with a civil rights attorney/defamation/etc so I remain...confused.  Yes, we have 'at will' firing but this would fall under wrongful disciplinary action and if dismissed, a whole bunch of he## would happen. 

The only thing is if there is something contractual that this person signed stating that they were not to mention the BRF, this company doesn't have much to stand on.   

Does anybody know what the actual comments were?   :cookie:


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Post by: Fly on the wall on July 28, 2016, 01:37:44 pm
Prince George already has impeccable manners – here's the proof

Prince George is growing up to be a very well-mannered boy, an outing to a café recently showed. The future King and his mum Kate were visiting the Fakenham Garden Centre in Norfolk when they stopped for a break.

George was heard asking a café employee for a slice of cake, using his best – and sweetest – manners.

"Kate said to George, 'Ask the nice lady what you would like to have,'" a local told People. "George said, 'Excuse me nice lady, but can I have... ' and pointed to a cake on the counter.
http://www.hellomagazine.com/royalty/2016072832671/prince-george-kate-middleton-cafe/


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Post by: sandy on July 28, 2016, 02:59:18 pm
They can't work so they put out these "cute" stories.


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Post by: HRHOlya on July 28, 2016, 03:28:41 pm
They also come out with the most ridiculous stories. Any idiot knows that a three year old would not have that good a sentence structure when speaking. Could they please stop with these ridiculous fairytales they fancy to be their lives???


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Post by: Kibby3 on July 28, 2016, 03:56:50 pm
^ totally agree!  I have 3 kids and there is no way a little boy who just turned 3 speaks like that unless she made him memorize it and practice over and over again for weeks in which case it doesn't really count as good manners IMO


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Post by: kolkomilko on July 28, 2016, 04:23:01 pm
^^  :thumbsup:


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Post by: india on July 28, 2016, 06:55:03 pm
More lies.


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Post by: i used to be a monarchist on July 28, 2016, 07:28:20 pm
The Lupo and the ice cream cone photo really creeps me out.  So fake.  Why would they bother to fake a scene like that??

There is no way, with food that close to its face, a dog wouldn't be straining to get closer to it for a whiff, if not an actual taste, even from a sitting position.  And he would not take his eyes off the food.

I just love the Scandinavians, especially the Swedes...so natural compared to the constant fakery of the Middletons.  They are seriously demented.  And it's not all the British RF.  Anne's family interactions are so loving and free and natural.  With Bill Middleton and his in-laws, it just constant acting and posing like they think royal scenes should be like.

Oh I can't wait until he severs ties with his wife and her family.  There will be sighs of relief all over this country.  They really have destroyed that now close to middle-aged man.


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Post by: sandy on July 29, 2016, 12:41:26 am
The dog looks like its rolling eyes were painted in. It is creepy. George is probably with his nanny who is airbrushed out and "Lupo" put in. The kid is cute but he is not any more "special" than any other 3 year old, title and all. Charles and DIana never had all this cloying PR about William and Harry. George is trotted out for photo ops to smokescreen WIlliam and Kate's non working.


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Post by: FortressODaveBarry on July 29, 2016, 03:48:29 am
"Excuse me nice lady, but can I have"

Brought to you by the same idiots who thought up "Daddy isn't in the china cabinet"  :bored: And how do they know he eats bananas & cereal for breakfast ? Clearly a Carole leak


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Post by: HRH Tiana of NOLA on July 29, 2016, 05:42:41 am
Prince George already has impeccable manners – here's the proof

Prince George is growing up to be a very well-mannered boy, an outing to a café recently showed. The future King and his mum Kate were visiting the Fakenham Garden Centre in Norfolk when they stopped for a break.

George was heard asking a café employee for a slice of cake, using his best – and sweetest – manners.

"Kate said to George, 'Ask the nice lady what you would like to have,'" a local told People. "George said, 'Excuse me nice lady, but can I have... ' and pointed to a cake on the counter.
http://www.hellomagazine.com/royalty/2016072832671/prince-george-kate-middleton-cafe/

One day he's too naughty and spoiled to take in public, the next he's a perfectly behaved little gentleman. They need to get their lies straight.


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Post by: Mandosiel on July 29, 2016, 06:39:32 am
It's may I, not can I. I know I'm being a stickler but for godsake he's the future king and he's supposed to be properly taught these things from an early age, also he should'nt be pointing but ask for the cake. Not impecable manners at all, he's just being rolled out to be "cute" and win over some public interest.


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Post by: kolkomilko on July 29, 2016, 08:50:22 am
Prince George already has impeccable manners – here's the proof

Prince George is growing up to be a very well-mannered boy, an outing to a café recently showed. The future King and his mum Kate were visiting the Fakenham Garden Centre in Norfolk when they stopped for a break.

George was heard asking a café employee for a slice of cake, using his best – and sweetest – manners.

"Kate said to George, 'Ask the nice lady what you would like to have,'" a local told People. "George said, 'Excuse me nice lady, but can I have... ' and pointed to a cake on the counter.
http://www.hellomagazine.com/royalty/2016072832671/prince-george-kate-middleton-cafe/

^ I don't believe this "cute story". Seeing him I don't think he is a "very well-mannered boy.  :bored:


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Post by: india on July 29, 2016, 11:40:58 am
His father certainly isn't.


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Post by: Val on July 29, 2016, 07:22:31 pm
They are desperately trying to make him as cute as Mia who is the public's great favourite - no contest.


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Post by: india on July 29, 2016, 07:38:03 pm
Particularly with his obvious bleached blonde hair. It is unconscionable that they do this to this child to make him look more like Weak Willy.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on July 29, 2016, 08:50:59 pm
Prince George ‘will likely be pulled away from the quiet rural life’ soon?
http://www.celebitchy.com/497184/prince_george_will_likely_be_pulled_away_from_the_quiet_rural_life_soon/


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Post by: india on July 29, 2016, 08:53:17 pm
I guess they were ordered to move back to London to live at KP where The Viper will be prohibited from reigning supreme.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on July 29, 2016, 10:08:10 pm
I do think this is a way to stop the scheming that WK have been up to. Carole won't be able to reign there and WK will be forced to work.


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Post by: Val on July 29, 2016, 10:23:50 pm
The viper can always muscle in and interfere in the pipster's life  as consolation.


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Post by: livylivy on July 29, 2016, 11:14:19 pm
I agree with you Kuei and India  :flower:
They were forced, no doubt, to be kept away from Carole and to be more controlled and compelled to work IMO


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Post by: HRH Tiana of NOLA on July 30, 2016, 05:25:39 am
It seems a bit of the kraken has been unleashed.

http://s2.quickmeme.com/img/a9/a960a0ac740d9b1e1a6250ec130b3ea4a7c0f2a79de6a058feb55eeaded97408.jpg (http://s2.quickmeme.com/img/a9/a960a0ac740d9b1e1a6250ec130b3ea4a7c0f2a79de6a058feb55eeaded97408.jpg)


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Post by: kolkomilko on July 30, 2016, 08:25:16 am
Yes, probably they were ordered to move back and if so then I agree.


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Post by: Tessofthemiddletons on August 01, 2016, 04:23:40 pm
I would imagine that it's come as a great shock to the RF that William has married someone who is too dependent on her mother. Maybe moving back to KP is William's idea in order to get rid of Ma? Or at least to damp down her influence? The last celeb whose mother practically moved in with her and her husband was Cheryl Cole. Look how that turned out.


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Post by: india on August 01, 2016, 05:32:51 pm
It is going to be extremely difficult to remove The Velociraptor's grip on The Robotic Unintelligent Potato Head. Moving to KP may help some but there is always the cell phone. It was a monumental mistake to let this thing in.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on August 01, 2016, 06:01:14 pm
I can't blame the kid for his lack of upbringing; he's a little kid in a bad and confusing home environment and basically has no idea of stability or normalcy or of functional parents. As for letting her in, that was William's mistake and frankly he is the one who should have dealt with her decisively.


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Post by: Tessofthemiddletons on August 01, 2016, 06:19:50 pm
I remember reading a couple of months ago that William has put George's name down for his alma mater, Weatherby. Although many have said that the school's are excellent in Norfolk, I'm sure that the heir to the throne would not be allowed to attend a school that was not in London.


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Post by: Lindsay on August 05, 2016, 03:58:43 am
Sorry for the length  :flower:

^I understand what you're saying and agree.  It's also not in the finest of taste but the "author" of the posts doesn't work for the monarchy so I'm still confused if it was a private account they were using.  For instance, if somebody here at RGF worked for a company in England and their employers saw what they posted, could they discipline them?  This is a public site after all based in Germany, tho.  But, still...it opens the door for all kinds of pushing people around for expressing points of view. 

She posted this on her personal Facebook which also mentioned the fact she worked for the British Council as a manager. Although she does not work directly for the Royal Family, her salary is paid using public funds for her to promote British language and culture internationally. The Royal Family is included as part of the culture she is responsible for promoting. They also work with the Royal Family often and calling your patron’s great-grandson an obscene name is not a great idea. Also, I think any employer no matter their relationship to the Royal Family doesn’t want to see their name in the international press with censored language directed at a three-year old, especially one that is beloved, has fans, and represents your country.

In Great Britain it would depend on what the terms of employment are concerning private social media use. Nothing posted here on this would rise to the standard of gross negligence, gross misconduct, or a fundamental breach of their obligations under the terms of their employment contract. Also posts here don’t identify your employer (unlike Facebook). Her personal account showed affiliation with the British Council, which is why you should view it as part of your professionally identity if your employer is listed or referenced or if your real name is posted and a Google search will reveal your employer. On a site like this your true identity is pretty hidden and would be very difficult, if not impossible, for someone to discern your true identity going off your posts and screen name.

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I find this very disturbing.  In my line of work, unless I attack my employers, threaten anybody's life, openly bully a co-worker or any employee, and/or any direct illegal activity, I'm free to express an opinion about some kid who lives in the White House, for example, and looks like a goon or is experiencing "unfair taxpayer privilege".  That is absolutely my right.  Any disciplinary action from a company that I work for would be met full-throttle with a civil rights attorney/defamation/etc so I remain...confused.  Yes, we have 'at will' firing but this would fall under wrongful disciplinary action and if dismissed, a whole bunch of he## would happen.

At will employment means that they can fire you because you have differing opinions on Prince George. Firing an employee because you don't like his opinions isn't necessarily fair or right, but it typically isn't illegal either. People get fired over tweets all the time. Justine Sacco is one famous case of it. A Dallas meteorologist was recently terminated for live blogging the DNC and using the word ‘thug’ when talking about the mothers who spoke. From personal experience I had a boss who would fire you if she found out you were on Facebook and not her ‘friend’ and if you made any references to where you worked there were a lot of rules about what you could or could not say and post. Based on her rules saying something bad about the POTUS kids or George or Charlotte would get you fired because you were not allowed to say negative things about or make fun of any children. That job involved working with children. One girl was written up because of an inside joke she had with her sister regarding her nephew that without any context looked like she was saying something mean about him.

Your Civil Rights are only violated if you can prove they fired you because of or issues directly pertaining to your race, color, religion or creed, national origin or ancestry, sex, age (40+), physical or mental disability, veteran status, genetic information, citizenship, pregnancy, or retaliation for being a whistleblower or sexual harassment. Some states and cities have laws that add the LGBTQIA+ to their list of protected classes. Anything else is fair game: Don’t wear pink only on Wednesdays? Fired. Wear your hair in a ponytail more than once a week? Unacceptable. Don’t know enough Mean Girls references? Don’t let the door hit ya… 

The theory is the market will regulate itself. Your employer can fire you for having a different opinion on something completely unrelated to your job and you are free to go around telling others why they let you go. If you are known to fire people for insane reasons it will be harder to attract the top talent to your company.

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The only thing is if there is something contractual that this person signed stating that they were not to mention the BRF, this company doesn't have much to stand on.

After learning about her job and seeing what she wrote I think they made a completely justified decision to let her go. She was being paid in part to promote the BRF to the world and they need the help of PG’s family so it was unprofessional and showed terrible judgement on her part.

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Does anybody know what the actual comments were?

The actual comments:
Angela Theresa Gibbins, 52, manager of global estates at the British Council and makes £80,000 a year and reportedly made a comment under an image of Prince George.
Gibbins is a senior employee at the British Council, an organization that receives almost $210 million of public money per year to promote British language and culture (including the Royal Family) in over 100 countries and whose patron is Queen Elizabeth II.

The Sun reported William and Kate recently helped front British Council projects in France, India and China. (But like all work with these two it is really hard to tell if/how they actually contributed at all.) They say in early July W&K met schoolchildren in France who were taking part in British Council program.

The image on the Facebook post was a photo of Prince George, used on a recent stamp to commemorate the Queen’s 90th birthday. Under that image, Gibbins also made the statement: “I know he’s only two years old, but Prince George already looks like a f*****g d******d.”

Followed by “White privilege. That cheeky grin is the innate knowledge he’s royal, rich, advantaged and will never know *any* difficulties or hardships in life. Let’s find photos of 3yo Syrian children and see if they look alike, eh?”

When challenged (people accused her of bullying a child in the comments below the post and said it was "sad" that was her reaction to a grinning toddler) Ms Gibbins responded via Facebook: “I’m sound in my socialist, atheist and republican opinions. I don’t believe the royal family have any place in a modern democracy, least of all when they live on public money. That’s privilege and it needs to end.”
A spokesman for the British Council said: “The British Council expects the highest standards of our staff and in accordance with our code of conduct we have started disciplinary procedures with the individual concerned.
“This comment was made on a private social media account. It has absolutely no connection to the British Council and does not represent our views and values.”
Tory MP Andrew Rosindell said: “These comments in such an open forum are deeply inappropriate.
“The British Council is a Government-funded body and receives regular support from the Royal Family. For a senior official to make such remarks is an outrage.
“She must make an immediate public apology.”

http://www.inquisitr.com/3353241/prince-george-dubbed-fking-dkhead-with-white-privilege-by-british-council-boss/#rKOTg6X9jbcoTmjC.99


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Post by: YooperModerator on August 05, 2016, 05:25:00 am
From what it looks like, she commented on photos from another FB post and shared them to her personal website w/comments.  None of this is professional and worthy of disciplinary action but doesn't fall under dismissal standards.  Not where I've worked anyway.  As for her Tweets, those are protected sites.  As for at-will employment, there are many varieties of that and in all my years, and I saw some losers, management takes a long hard look before they, as you mentioned, get a reputation for being reckless with that and there are arbitrators and consultants who work tirelessly to make the employment work for both parties.

In my case, the at-will portion was stated clearly in my contract that it would end after a 6-month period.  That is standard in most respectable non-profits in California.  Anybody in a top tier non-profit would have varying degrees of how long the at-will period would last.  And, in truth, whether people choose to believe this or not, just being hired is considered, by law, a contract in and of itself.  Promises are made on both sides.

Not sure how it works in England but she is deserving of disciplinary treatment and I see that her FB account has been closed and so on.  In my line of work, in dealing with donors, political stances are just plain stupid to air in public.  I don't even talk politics at a cocktail party.  You won't get a dime for worthy causes.

Did she mess up blasting George?  Yes.  Should they fire her?  I don't think so.  I don't think it will do the organization any good to do so.  Intervention, discipline and compromise is what any smart non-profit would do and that seems to be what they are doing in this Prince George business.

Are there companies who dismiss people for wearing pink on Thursday?  Maybe, but in reality, those aren't companies you'd want to work for anyway.  And if the employee is a minority or has any form of questionable disability or is going through a difficult personal life, you bet an attorney would tie your hands.  At-will is very much misunderstood and feared needlessly in most cases but in non-profit?  Hardly ever.  It's bad business and believe me, I'd have loved to get rid of a few losers on staff but it's not worth the fallout.  People are highly encouraged and/or "Promoted Out".  Management becomes the bad guy so quickly that it's simply not worth the noise.  In all my career, I've never seen one employee fired.  Well, I take that back.  We just recently had security take out one of our Veeps but they were stealing and are now in jail.  Big difference.

It also depends upon when you do something on your own social media as well.  If I am at home, on my own time, and get into a discussion about the election and say something against the Prez or his kids?  My own business.  I do not, however, list my place of work on my personal FB account and my privacy settings are like Fort Knox.  I have a professional FB page designated for business and business only.  Any smart professional does that.  Not sure if that applies here with PG and all of this.

As for this site, we, as moderators, know all too well that we are also potentially moderated, that this is a public site, that IP addresses are required, by law, to be released if anybody falls within certain worrisome guidelines.  It's a tricky thing to find yourself completely protected in public and on the internet.  I advise any poster before coming on board that decency and consideration are the order of the day and I don't say that lightly and it bears repeating.  That's why we have a Members Only portion for certain subjects and why we are careful to pre-screen certain words and gently advise people to be careful with stating things as fact.  I'm glad to have the opportunity to remind our posters of that at this time.  It's not to be restrictive but for our own protection and those who post here.


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Post by: Tessofthemiddletons on August 05, 2016, 06:04:43 pm
^  :flower:


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Post by: gingerboy24 on August 05, 2016, 10:45:04 pm
Anyone notice how odd the hind leg of the dog appears, something not right about it.  Plus the bottom of the tree is blurred in an odd way.

http://www.celebitchy.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/george1.jpg

Anothe photoshop job if you ask me. Sprog looking down at the ice cream, the dog is looking straight ahead, eyes glazed and stiff  Show me a dog with an ice cream in front of it like that would would not look all happy and excited and wanting straight at it.  Looks like to photos cobbled together again.


Title: Re: Prince George of Cambridge Thread X (Read post #1 before posting)
Post by: Lindsay on August 05, 2016, 11:40:31 pm
Did she mess up blasting George?  Yes.  Should they fire her?  I don't think so.  I don't think it will do the organization any good to do so.  Intervention, discipline and compromise is what any smart non-profit would do and that seems to be what they are doing in this Prince George business.

One of the three things employers are allowed to immediately terminate for in Great Britain is a gross breach of duties, another is extreme negligence. I do think that this would rise to that level. They are essentially an international public relations firm and her job is to promote the BRF. If Jason had a Facebook that the public could access and he was speaking negatively about Twit and Twat, he would be fired and rightly so. To me this is very similar.

The one thing I do wonder is how it was brought to their attention. To me it seems like their hand was forced in firing her. Twit wants to end cyber bullying (only against the four of them, he doesn't care about the everyone else.) We know he has had sites shut down and photos removed so I wonder if one of his Internet sleuths brought it to his attention. He deigned to help this lady's organization and she said negative thing about George (which is William's job.) You mentioned that a non-profit would be hesitant to let someone go, period, let alone over something this small and I agree. Plus, had they handled it in house it would have never made the newspapers. They had to know by firing her the were compounding the problem, now instead of a few her friends knowing it is everywhere. William though doesn't seem to have the ability to think it through that far and is vindictive and arrogant enough to demand she be fired. So I do wonder if he had a hand in this.


Are there companies who dismiss people for wearing pink on Thursday?  Maybe, but in reality, those aren't companies you'd want to work for anyway.

That was part of the Mean Girls joke. They wear pink on Wednesday and can only wear their hair in a ponytail once a week. It was just to illustrate that in the US if you are working under and implicit right to work and at will employment contract they can fire you for anything , including Facebook and Twitter posts, they want as long as it isn't illegally discriminatory. However firing people for silly reasons will eventually make it hard to find employees, it is expensive, and high turnover is viewed in a negative light by customers/clients/patients.

It also depends upon when you do something on your own social media as well.  If I am at home, on my own time, and get into a discussion about the election and say something against the Prez or his kids?  My own business.  I do not, however, list my place of work on my personal FB account and my privacy settings are like Fort Knox.  I have a professional FB page designated for business and business only.  Any smart professional does that.  Not sure if that applies here with PG and all of this.

Right, this could have been prevented if she had high privacy settings or even better went low tech and just told someone what she thought. If your company doesn't know what you are saying they can't fire you for it. If you use Twitter or Facebook and publicly post something that others deem offensive it could get you fired. They come to the conclusion reflects badly on the company on their own or like Ms. Sacco and others people call your employer and complain resulting in your dismissal. It is eas to get the Internet outraged and then people come for you and mess up your life in the name of justice. It happens quite a bit so you should always be careful what you say on the Internet, especially when it is a platform that encourages users to say who they are rather than message boards where you are just a username.

As for this site, we, as moderators, know all too well that we are also potentially moderated, that this is a public site, that IP addresses are required, by law, to be released if anybody falls within certain worrisome guidelines.  It's a tricky thing to find yourself completely protected in public and on the internet.  I advise any poster before coming on board that decency and consideration are the order of the day and I don't say that lightly and it bears repeating.  That's why we have a Members Only portion for certain subjects and why we are careful to pre-screen certain words and gently advise people to be careful with stating things as fact.  I'm glad to have the opportunity to remind our posters of that at this time.  It's not to be restrictive but for our own protection and those who post here.

All of this is also true but had she for example come here and said those things no one would have figured out who she was or where she worked. The police weren't going to get involved in this matter. I do really wonder if Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dumb had anything to do with getting her fired.


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Post by: kolkomilko on August 06, 2016, 08:30:07 am
^^ Yes, it is very strange. Both of it. Lupo is a big dog but the body is hardly seen. Lupo doesn't look at the ice cream, I can't believe it. A weak photoshopping again.  


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Post by: gingerboy24 on August 06, 2016, 09:20:04 am
I don´t see the fuss, people would have read it and moved on. Someone behind all this hulabaloo and yes, no doubt it was more than likely the lazy, ugly duo  She was telling the truth as she sees it, why should she not have an opinion.  IMO the whole rf is a charade, pr put out to make them look pleasant, blah blah blah.  The truth of the matter is they are only concerned for themselves, the free money from the taxpayer than funds an extremely expensive and most luxurious lifestyle.  HM said to have trillions, and yest she was trying to grab an subsidy to repair the roof at BP, having authorised public expenditure to the tuns of millions to be spent on KP and AH.  And yet here are the luzy, ugly duo, working behind the scenes to get someone fired because they did not the truth of what was said about the sprog.  It says a lot about them, and not of it good.


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Post by: YooperModerator on August 06, 2016, 12:08:50 pm
^It does sound a bit like a smack down of anything negative from the fear of bullying Bill Midd, to me.  But, oddly, to date, the woman has not been fired.  I'm willing to bet there's a lot more under the surface here than we know.  God forbid anybody should criticize the Cambridges openly and bring in "privilege".  I don't, however, think that publicly attacking a child is the right avenue to take but frustration has its limits.  Can you imagine how much drivel is forced upon anyone working for an org like this?  The real bottom line is that they are taxpayer funded so I'm waiting for this woman to be picked up by an anti-monarch publication or group.

The D/D have said some pretty unflattering things about their own son so they haven't exactly given the public any opportunity to really get attached to George.  They always seem to promote how wearying it is to be parents, how much of a 'handful' he is, how he didn't sleep, how tired they are with the whole thing, blahblah. The poor kid, really.  I've yet to see any truly loving photos of those two idiots with their own children so that trickles down into the public consciousness, like it or not.  The whole thing leaves a bad taste in my mouth.


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Post by: Lindsay on August 06, 2016, 08:56:38 pm
^  :thumbsup:  For most parents telling people how amazing their child is is the easiest thing in the world. People constantly joke and complain new parents need like about parents just needing half a chance to tell you how adorable, sweet, smart, funny and a million other things that their baby is. It is an evolutionary necessity to get people through the challenge of having a newborn baby. However those two can't do it and when they do it is bizarre (like calling an infant lady like). The lack of connection, complete inability to talk about George in a positive way, and the types of people they have shown themselves to be does not bode well for poor little George. It is all very odd. If nothing else they should recognize getting people emotionally invested in George is essential to keep the monarchy going (although they don't seem to give flip about that) and if the want to keep using him to bolster their image when they invariably screw up again or want to justify another luxurious vacation people have to care about him otherwise it's just a picture of a kid. Their relationship with him, like every other thing regarding these two is bizarre.

When Gibbins was criticized for attacking a child she responded  “I have a multi-faceted political opinion. That’s not *despise*, and I *despise* no human being on this planet as an individual.”
“But I do disagree with the system that creates privilege of any sort. And I have a dedication to calling that out for what it is.”
“I’m sound in my socialist, atheist and republican opinions. I don’t believe the royal family have any place in a modern democracy, least of all when they live on public money. That’s privilege and it needs to end.”

She doesn't have a problem with him, she has a problem with what he represents. She was not attacking him because of who he is as a human being or his appearance. When they talk about George it is personal. It is also odd that the only time we hear negative things about PG it always comes from his parents - especially William. William was about George's age when he developed a reputation as a terror. He was nicknamed 'Billy the Basher' and loved lording his status over the other kids by making comments stating one day he'd be king and his father was better than other people's father because he was the POW. The public found out because parents of his classmates talked to the press, not because Charles and Diana went around criticizing him.

It is odd they seemingly went full court press and she still has her job. They did get people talking about this woman and not speculating about what is going on in France. They also have a ready made excuse for not participating in events with this foundation and a reason to decline it as a patronage as the Queen continues to reduce her list and assign them to other senior royals. They would not pass that up. Who knows with these two? Absolutely everything, no matter how straight forward, becomes sketchy. It is their shared super power. She has laziness and he has petulance. We can't even trust that their family dog is in a photo and considering their history it isn't even a crazy theory. They have lost all credibility and benefit of the doubt.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on August 06, 2016, 09:27:10 pm
I sometimes think WK resent their kids because their kids area sign that they're no longer young, hip, or 'with it,' but just like any other parent. Their glory years are over and a new generation is coming that now has the spotlight. Kate in particular, since her kids won't have to do what she did to get into the BRF, they've been born there.


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Post by: Tessofthemiddletons on August 06, 2016, 10:22:35 pm
I sometimes think WK resent their kids because their kids area sign that they're no longer young, hip, or 'with it,' but just like any other parent. Their glory years are over and a new generation is coming that now has the spotlight. Kate in particular, since her kids won't have to do what she did to get into the BRF, they've been born there.

 :flower:


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Post by: Lindsay on August 07, 2016, 02:59:06 am
I do not envy Charlotte. Kate has an unhealthy relationship with her mother and I think she will be even worse. She will want to live vicariously through her daughter just as her mom has, be a part of everything just like her mom and on top of that be jealous and resentful as soon as magazines start talking about how beautiful and stylish Princess Charlotte is and she is still Kate Middleton. Also, watch out if William keeps talking her up in the press or spending one on one time with her by his own volition. Then to throw the Diana name in with resentful parents in an unhappy marriage and being the spare.


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Post by: india on August 07, 2016, 01:42:50 pm
There will never be anything beautiful about The Viperette.


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Post by: Lindsay on August 10, 2016, 02:14:21 pm
^ They called Kate stunning, gorgeous, perfect, ect so between the hype and Photoshopping I am sure, at least for awhile, during the build her up phase they will refrence her beauty. When the media was still in love with Kate and heavily editing her photos she made and topped list of the most beautiful Royals/celebrities/British women. There is no objective criteria so the press gets to decide who they deem beautiful. "Her Royal Hottness" Pippa is another great example.


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Post by: HRHOlya on August 14, 2016, 05:39:08 pm
Proof that the Crotchies do take freebies.

"[...] The business partners have been hand-delivering gifts for George and his sister Princess Charlotte to Kensington Palace since the former’s birth. Yet, until those Obama images went viral, they had no idea whether these had been well received. (The dressing gown had been given to George last year when Charlotte was born. ‘It’s a good thing we sent it on the large side,’ says Daniel.)

[...] Similarly, when Dannii Minogue had her son Ethan, the pair turned up in The X Factor audience and approached her during the interval, laden with gifts, including a blanket embroidered ‘Mummy’s got The X Factor’. Dannii embraced them warmly and tweeted about it later.

This is the sort of branding that money just can’t buy, but which, frankly, takes some balls. Jonny and Daniel are succeeding because of their grasp of how the game works today, and because of how cleverly and fearlessly they have harnessed the power of social media and celebrity endorsement.

When Beyoncé was on tour shortly after having her daughter Blue Ivy, they gave her a blanket that read, ‘The Little Miss Carter Tour’. She promptly posted a picture of it on Facebook. Sir Elton John’s son Zachary received one embroidered with, ‘Zachary, how wonderful life is while you’re in the world’ [after the lyrics of ‘Your Song’], along with a teddy bear with the words ‘Tiny Dancer’ [the title of another of Elton’s hits].

In 2011, the Beckhams took delivery of a gift box for Harper when she was born, with a letter asking for her to be the ‘face’ of the brand. ‘We knew she would never do it,’ says Daniel, ‘but the fact that we asked got the story into the press [they leaked it] and raised our profile. We are still getting letters from families saying, “Our daughter looks just like Harper Beckham. Can she model for your company?”’ Who next, I ask? ‘The Kardashians,’ Daniel grins. ‘We’ve got something big in store for them.’

[...]"

The business owners are clearly smart and know how to play the game these days, but how fun that the Crotchbridges are exposed now.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/you/article-3721330/By-Junior-Royal-Appointment-Prince-George-s-humble-dressing-gown-changed-one-business.html


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Post by: gingerboy24 on August 14, 2016, 06:48:25 pm
 Nice to have proof, although no real surprise, they jut grab everything that is free.  Look at the Range Rover they were given, now it is up for sale, seriously!!  Bill medd, it would appear, is now a fully fledged medd, greedy, money grasping, tight fisted miserable *fool*.  Got to the stage where nothing that vile couple do surprise me, they just sink lower and lower.  I believe not a word they say and I personally think they are the dregs of the earth.


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Post by: kolkomilko on August 17, 2016, 04:22:19 pm
I haven't seen these photos.

http://thecambridgees.tumblr.com/post/147093376532/prince-george-waves-during-a-visit-to-the-royal


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Post by: i used to be a monarchist on August 17, 2016, 11:17:37 pm
^^^
I just noticed this post about gifts.

Well, there you have it.  That's the Middleton "lowering the tone" in a nutshell.  If she was well-bred she would have either politely declined freebies or she would have acknowledged them individually with a personal thank you note.  She would not have taken them and then ignored the giver.  How appallingly rude.  And it IS breeding...and good manners.  Those people disgust me.

Though perhaps she's been warned off handwriting thank you's on her own.  The tennis thank you from years ago was poorly composed, misspelled, and her actual handwriting looks juvenile as well.  It surprised me, the letter in its entirety, especially when we've been told she achieved an honors degree in art history.


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Post by: HRHOlya on August 19, 2016, 08:47:49 pm
^ Well, there have been strong rumours and "eye witness accounts" of people who swear that Waity copied her stuff and got the degree for being Bill's girlfriend basically. And the British "first degree" "second degeree" and whatnot sounds better than it is, because the degree is really just called that and not the grade (that's what Brits say, haven't studied in the UK so don't know for sure, but if true they are just normal degrees, don't know what these firsts seconds and 2:1 are all about...).
She blatantly copied another student's work. So shod the "she has a degree", because she didn't earn it (and believe me, I have met some people who have excellent grades, because they study hard, but they are still as dumb as a box of rocks).

Anyway, sorry for the long detour, what I wanted to actually say (apart from her degree being a piece of paper only in her case) is that indeed a thank you note is the least to do, but then again that would be "evidence". Don't know if Kate thinks that far ahead, but maybe she didn't write one because of that. Still exposed though! Not writing didn't help..


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Post by: gingerboy24 on August 20, 2016, 03:33:26 pm
Yes, and apparently the girl she always used to sit next to, to copy her work, cottoned on.  For the next assignment she did one for herself to submit and the one she wrote at the lecture (or whatever it was) she put all the wrong answers to.  Council cath diligently copied all the answers, which were all wrong, and submitted the paper.  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:


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Post by: HRHOlya on August 20, 2016, 04:16:43 pm
^ Yes! The girl also said that she gave some incredibly ridiculous answers as well, where anyone with half a brain would have realized they where wrong... Honestly don't think Kate is remotely intelligent because of her degree, because her uni mates tell differently and we have plenty times witnessed ourselves that she's not the sharpest knife in a box..


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Post by: gingerboy24 on August 20, 2016, 11:48:39 pm
I think one of the answers the girl made up, knowing council cath was copying her, was when was Pearl Harbour  -  and she put down a date of 1492, or 14 something, and council cath copied it.  I mean seriously, obviously too busy copying someone elses work to take in what she was actually was very wrong.


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Post by: Snowpea on August 21, 2016, 04:20:38 pm
Yes, think that item is posted here somewhere, but we are getting off topic here.  :James:


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Post by: gingerboy24 on August 21, 2016, 09:26:13 pm
^Yes, agree,  nothing to do with sprog I.  Over and out on the uni thing for me.  Sorry mods   :flower:


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Post by: kolkomilko on August 25, 2016, 12:16:33 pm
http://hrhduchesskate.blogspot.hu/

We can read her latest silly "story" about George. Probably she heard it from Maria. I wish I saw a photo about her cooking with George. I fell sorry for George again. His "mother" (and father) is always dissatisfied with him.

 "When I try to do this with George at home, chocolate and the golden syrup goes everywhere. He makes so much mess. It's chaos".


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Post by: livylivy on August 25, 2016, 01:23:28 pm
 :tehe:
A 3 year old boy baking with mum  :tehe:
He' s wayu too young!!!! I used to bake with mum when I was about 5/6, in primary school, the oven' s hot and it is not safe for a 3 year old boy helping mum baking IMHO.

Also, Kate should stop pretending to be a "normal" mum cooking for the family, because people know she' s not at all and she' s got housekeepers and cooks


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Post by: sandy on August 25, 2016, 02:57:15 pm
Kate may watch old fifties family sitcom reruns to get inspired with her fantasy talk. Next Charlotte will be making a mess baking cookies with her.


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Post by: india on August 25, 2016, 03:29:15 pm
The Viper programed her robot to say this.


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Post by: leogirl on August 26, 2016, 01:39:06 am
Yes, way too young for that. They should enjoy the kids at the ages they're at instead of fantasizing about what they might be doing in 2-3 years. Time flies and they'll be old enough to help bake cookies soon enough.


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Post by: Stephanie on August 28, 2016, 05:57:00 pm
Using Bruiser for PR again.
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/08/28/we-re-just-like-you-kate-and-william-s-middle-class-masterclass.html


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Post by: Val on August 28, 2016, 06:57:54 pm
^

Anything Waity utters is rehearsed beforehand by her sadly lacking PR team.  I feel sorry for poor old unappealing George and Char as they are never going to receive the spontaneous warmth which cute little Mia gets every time she makes an appearance.


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Post by: livylivy on August 28, 2016, 09:02:07 pm

Quote
The Cambridges are breaking with centuries of royal tradition that said royalty thrived on otherness and mystery and desperately want us to believe an even greater fiction—that they are actually just like us.
THAT!!
The ppoint is not so many believe they are normal, because they aren' t at all.
They' re using the normal card like they use the Diana' s card.
To do less. To be left alone by journalists.
Yet you can' t have the perks only, the intrusion of the press in the Cambridge' s life is part of the job  and if they think they can' t take it they have to step aside from the succession line. They just have to quit the job.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on August 28, 2016, 11:12:08 pm
Well, for a start your normal Joe on the street has to w.w.w..w work for a living, to earn money to live on.  He just scives and scams from the taxpayer vast sums of money, including subsidiing the medd family.  He is petulant and thinks the world owes him  . quite for what I have no idea.  He is pretty ugly, doubt if he would have had pretty girls running after him, and if he treated them the way he treats most others they would have kicked him into touch within a month or two.  Maybe he should be forrced to actually live like anormal person for a whole year.   Make him find a job, learn to live on the salary, nothing else,and do the things normal people do.  Struggle to run a car, have to use public transport, etc etc  See what he things to that.


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Post by: sandy on August 29, 2016, 01:05:27 am
What is sickening is that Will claims that it is up to the Queen to "give him" work. The QUeen should not have given him all those homes UNTIL he took up full time duties.


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Post by: livylivy on August 29, 2016, 11:43:45 am
^ I agree: no work? No homes, no luxury life either.
Same for Kate: No work? No new clothes   :tehe:
I think Charles has shrinked Kate' s budget actually because of her lack of work


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Post by: india on August 29, 2016, 07:51:18 pm
And rightly so.


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Post by: Stephanie on August 30, 2016, 10:38:48 am
Nanny Maria spotted in Hyde Park 3 days ago.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BJlCkiyj1pE/


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Post by: gingerboy24 on August 30, 2016, 10:51:41 am
Nanny has no un¡form on then  :laugh: :laugh:  Poor thing, they made her look ridiculous at the christening last year.  Very large for a 3 year old isn´t he.


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Post by: india on August 30, 2016, 07:19:54 pm
He's a Hulk.


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Post by: i used to be a monarchist on August 31, 2016, 08:59:57 am
Maybe Maria dressing like a normal mom and not a nanny prevents a lot of people interrupting the kids' play time.  He looks cute on that scooter, a real little boy.


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Post by: kolkomilko on August 31, 2016, 09:40:47 am
Anyway I doubt he goes to preschool.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on August 31, 2016, 10:50:31 am
Paint him green and he looks like a mini Incredible Hulk  -  huge for 3.


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Post by: india on August 31, 2016, 01:32:28 pm
HUGE


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Post by: HRHOlya on August 31, 2016, 06:34:21 pm
Maybe Maria dressing like a normal mom and not a nanny prevents a lot of people interrupting the kids' play time.  He looks cute on that scooter, a real little boy.

Not even Liz's nanny at the time (1920s and later) was dressed in a uniform. Neither was Charles's. At C's christening it was purely the Crotchies's show of who's boss, who's lord and who's servant, so Maria had to dress in her uniform. It is not to blend in that she doesn't wear it otherwise.


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Post by: india on August 31, 2016, 07:24:27 pm
Classless, tacky swarts.


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Post by: Val on August 31, 2016, 10:43:02 pm
^^

Ma staged a Disneylike 'production' for the Christening and the obviousness of it all made the RF even more of a laughing stock than it was before if possible.


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Post by: sandy on September 01, 2016, 01:16:55 am
And also staged the photo op of George standing about in his jammies and bathrobe waiting for Mummy and Daddy to introduce him to Obama. ANd Lupo airbrushed onto the "ice cream" photo.


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Post by: Val on September 01, 2016, 06:43:55 am
^

Poor George will never live the Obama one down.


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Post by: kolkomilko on September 01, 2016, 07:21:46 am
I feel sorry for poor kid, he should has better "parents". They use him for PR. I am shocked with it.


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Post by: i used to be a monarchist on September 01, 2016, 10:50:02 am
^^^^^^
Olya, you're right.  And I am remembering a horrible acquaintance who did the same thing - insisted on uniforms for domestic staff in a country where it was very rarely done.  This is really strange, now that I think of it, as she too was brought up in very rough circumstances in the UK.  In a million years her parents and relatives would never have had help in the house, it wouldn't have been possible.  She was cruel in her treatment of these people, where one should only have been somewhat private and aloof - but always civil and kind.

The RF must have been horrified at director CM's christening production for her granddaughter.

PW is worried about his children being bullied over the internet?  Unlikely.  But they will be teased unmercifully by their peers at school - because of their grandmother's delusions of grandeur.  Don't think the distain for the Middletons won't trickle down in those aristocratic families.

It's time TPTB intervene to protect PG from that woman and her influence in the dumbing down, and chavving up, of the British monarchy.  Shudder.


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Post by: india on September 01, 2016, 07:54:53 pm
The scheming old hag will do a number on those 2. That is for sure.


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Post by: HRHOlya on September 12, 2016, 10:48:24 pm
From when they went to Cornwall earlier this month

http://stoppapressarna.se/sites/default/files/styles/flexslider_full/public/artikelalbum/prinsgeorge_stor2.jpg

http://stoppapressarna.se/sites/default/files/styles/flexslider_full/public/artikelalbum/prinsgeorge_stor20_0.jpg

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http://stoppapressarna.se/sites/default/files/styles/flexslider_full/public/artikelalbum/prinsgeorge_stor22.jpg

http://stoppapressarna.se/sites/default/files/styles/flexslider_full/public/artikelalbum/prinsgeorge_stor17_0.jpg

http://stoppapressarna.se/sites/default/files/styles/flexslider_full/public/artikelalbum/prinsgeorge_stor119.jpg

http://stoppapressarna.se/sites/default/files/styles/flexslider_full/public/artikelalbum/prinsgeorge_stor24.jpg

From http://stoppapressarna.se/kungligt/lillprinsens-gripande-farval-till-foraldrarna


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Post by: deGuernsey on September 13, 2016, 12:36:10 am
Thanks for the pics HRHOlya.
Even though some of the pics are blurry PG looks just like a eurasian boy and nothing like
either Midds or Windsors when he isn't photoshopped to death. I can imagine he would look even more so with dark brown hair. I believe he will grow to look more and more like his bio parents as he ages which appears rather quickly by the looks of it. He is quite thw cutiepie.


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Post by: leogirl on September 13, 2016, 01:22:21 am
The blond hair is making my brain think he looks like William even though his facial features don't match at all. That was a smart trick on their part, although I'm sure he doesn't like getting his hair bleached all the time. He is getting cuter, which is good. He looked like a bruiser at this time last year. I hope he starts to behave better now that his terrible 2's are over (so that his father stops complaining about him all the time), but 3 is a tough age as well.


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Post by: deGuernsey on September 13, 2016, 02:06:34 am
Are we sure PW is dyeing his hair? WTF? Seriously? Every time I defend PW something stupid comes up and I don't do stupid or cute. No good ever comes from being stupid or cute. 

 :flower: :dontknow: Are you sure his hair isn't simply getting lighter in the sun but what sun?   :dontknow: :flower:  oh my word!!!....  :-
 


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Post by: CathyJane on September 13, 2016, 03:30:28 am
I doubt it's Willy having George's hair dyed. I'm more inclined to say Ma and Waity are doing it.


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Post by: deGuernsey on September 13, 2016, 03:44:59 am
Yes, I find it hard to believe PW is doing this to the adorable little boy.  But, I still find it disturbing that this may be actually happening to PG.  :dontknow:  without Photoshop both sprogs look more alike and neither looks like the winds or middletrash clan.  I esp love the photoshop job to make sprog II look like Council Carol (e)!!!   What colour are her eyes anyway? Are they still brown like her mummy? kisss


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Post by: leogirl on September 13, 2016, 04:00:02 am
I think Ma and Waity are doing it, but PW goes along with it.


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Post by: deGuernsey on September 13, 2016, 04:06:10 am
By keeping mum or actually giving the Okay?   :bat:  I would like to say it is long overdue for PW to stand down and take care of his business and do the cleaning of his house and the dynasty that he AND the queen are responsible to do. What is he waiting for?  Miss Mystery to do it for him?  :P








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Post by: leogirl on September 13, 2016, 04:10:05 am
I don't think Miss Mystery exists.  :dontknow:  :sorry:


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Post by: deGuernsey on September 13, 2016, 04:17:49 am
Oh.  :hi: I would respond here but I think I may be going off topic here in my last few posts. I don't know as I almost never post in these threads... :dontknow:  I just find the two sprogs to be absolutely beautiful little children who are going to look more like their bios as they get older. Now leaving this thread and going back to the MEMBERS ONLY THREAD where I can safely post these words. Mods sorry if off topic. Backing out now... :flower:






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Post by: Val on September 13, 2016, 08:56:01 am
PG was very dark then suddenly became a gingery blond turning to a lighter blonde.  Those close
let it out about the dye.  There were several comments in the past that social services would be knocking on the door if it was the public doing it as known to be carciogenic .


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Post by: kolkomilko on September 13, 2016, 09:32:24 am
I doubt it's Willy having George's hair dyed. I'm more inclined to say Ma and Waity are doing it.


^ I agree.
Looking at George he seems to look different every time when I see him.


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Post by: leogirl on September 13, 2016, 10:29:49 am
^ Part Photoshop and part 3-year-old boy (going to change a lot in a short period of time, although not as much as an infant or younger toddler would)


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Post by: Fly on the wall on September 16, 2016, 03:27:41 am
Kate has privacy breach complaints upheld over online stories with Prince George

The Duchess of Cambridge has had breach of privacy complaints upheld by the press standards watchdog after she objected to online stories about herself and Prince George.

The Duchess of Cambridge has had breach of privacy complaints upheld by the press standards watchdog after she objected to online stories about herself and Prince George.

Kate complained to the Independent Press Standards Organisation (Ipso) after Express.co.uk and OK! magazine's website published similar articles, with a photograph in May showing George sitting on a police motorbike at Kensington Palace to the delight of his mother.

In the picture the Duchess smiles broadly as the young prince reaches out for the motorbike's controls watched by four officers, believed to be motorbike outriders.

The officers were on duty as a member of the Royal Family had been due to arrive by helicopter.

Ipso's complaints committee outlined the objections to the photograph in its ruling: "The complainants' representatives said that the photograph had been taken in circumstances in which the Duchess of Cambridge and her...son had a reasonable expectation of privacy.
http://home.bt.com/news/uk-news/kate-has-privacy-breach-complaints-upheld-over-online-stories-with-prince-george-11364096561200


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Post by: Val on September 16, 2016, 08:11:19 am
^

She obviously enjoys her crotchgate, butt and nudigate pictures as thousands circulating and many not complained about.  The trouble is it's those sort of pics if complained about just highlight them even more.


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Post by: kolkomilko on September 16, 2016, 09:43:20 am
^ Yes, I agree. Let the press take photos about their sprogs and that's it. Shall they complain in Canada, too?


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Post by: india on September 16, 2016, 12:30:16 pm
The Sneaky Lying Potato Head is afraid someone is going to *private body part* The Bleached Blond Little Brute's DNA.


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Post by: CarryingOn on September 17, 2016, 08:34:04 am
Maybe it's my imagination but it feels like she's starting to surpass PW with these complaints of privacy breaches.

Plus, we all know she calls the paps to have these pictures taken. She's an idiot. The dating years and the early marriage years were the same way. Always calling a pap and always obvious with it. Now that George is older, the MO is them dragging him out to the most public areas of the grounds to "see them off" and that one off of George sitting on the officer's motorcycle when they were desperate for good publicity. They can't even attempt to put on a good act, though, because George is always in Maria's arms. They can't even pretend that she's his second choice. Small doses of stiff interaction are reserved for when he's dragged along on engagements, for desperation PR.


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Post by: Val on September 17, 2016, 08:58:24 am
^

He's not exactly an asset either as sadly for him he is not an attractive child or one with an engaging personality either.  He usually looks perplexed (as with Obama) or just plain grumpy.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on September 17, 2016, 06:04:39 pm
^She obviously enjoys her crotchgate, butt and nudigate pictures as thousands circulating and many not complained about.  The trouble is it's those sort of pics if complained about just highlight them even more.

I beg to differ; Kate destroyed careers via lawsuits over this and frankly she has no problems getting her husband to defend her inexcusable behavior.

Maybe it's my imagination but it feels like she's starting to surpass PW with these complaints of privacy breaches.

I think something about her is getting out of control. William complains, but not so much anymore now that he's no longer popular or well liked, but Kate seems bound and determined to carry on some kind of utterly illogical vendetta against the media and the media pus up with it. She behaves as if the media didn't in fact help her get to where she is now and she's lashing out at a former ally. Why is beyond me.


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Post by: india on September 17, 2016, 09:53:52 pm
She's an entitled idiot, that's why.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on September 18, 2016, 02:45:19 am
Oh the irony; she was supposedly the down to earth middle class girl and would keep William firmly grounded. Her lack of title and social standing was supposed to be a huge asset and her parent's accomplishments for being hardworking supposedly was inherited by her.

Kate has privacy breach complaints upheld over online stories with Prince George
The Duchess of Cambridge has had breach of privacy complaints upheld by the press standards watchdog after she objected to online stories about herself and Prince George.
The Duchess of Cambridge has had breach of privacy complaints upheld by the press standards watchdog after she objected to online stories about herself and Prince George.
Kate complained to the Independent Press Standards Organisation (Ipso) after Express.co.uk and OK! magazine's website published similar articles, with a photograph in May showing George sitting on a police motorbike at Kensington Palace to the delight of his mother.
In the picture the Duchess smiles broadly as the young prince reaches out for the motorbike's controls watched by four officers, believed to be motorbike outriders.
The officers were on duty as a member of the Royal Family had been due to arrive by helicopter.
Ipso's complaints committee outlined the objections to the photograph in its ruling: "The complainants' representatives said that the photograph had been taken in circumstances in which the Duchess of Cambridge and her...son had a reasonable expectation of privacy.http://home.bt.com/news/uk-news/kate-has-privacy-breach-complaints-upheld-over-online-stories-with-prince-george-11364096561200

I do believe that George is going to be badly affected by his mother's chronic hysterics. Can't she pull it together for her son?


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Post by: LadyAva on September 18, 2016, 06:58:51 am
She's lost it :Kate:. I agree with the photogs, people have the right to know if on duty officers were "commandeered" pure for entertainment, uhhm,   :thumbsdown: while working. Come on she needs to get over it. Yes she has an expectation of privacy, but not when she invoked another gov funded perk of the job. We saw more pictures by now of Willy by the age of three, than all the picture we have ever seen of Georgie and Charr put together  :stop:


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Post by: meememe on September 18, 2016, 09:14:37 am
And many of those pictures showed William interacting with his parents or Harry etc. There was also a lot o videos released so there was a sense of relating to William that is being denied to the public with George.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on September 18, 2016, 09:19:52 am
She's lost it :Kate:. I agree with the photogs, people have the right to know if on duty officers were "commandeered" pure for entertainment, uhhm,   :thumbsdown: while working. Come on she needs to get over it. Yes she has an expectation of privacy, but not when she invoked another gov funded perk of the job. We saw more pictures by now of Willy by the age of three, than all the picture we have ever seen of Georgie and Charr put together  :stop:

All people want are photos of the little tyke and cvarious video sessions. She's forgetting that she isn't living in a world where it's just about her, but about her subjects and she comes from them. She had no issues living with William, she had no problems going to clubs and press loaded places. She has no business suddenly turning her back on the press that enabled her to get that ring.


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Post by: india on September 18, 2016, 11:30:03 am
We all know why she is paranoid regarding her children. And I would be too if I had done what she did.


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Post by: Val on September 18, 2016, 06:12:27 pm
^

So true.


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Post by: india on September 18, 2016, 07:15:44 pm
That's the only explanation for it.


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Post by: Ariel on September 18, 2016, 08:26:32 pm
does anyone keep a link to the picture in question? I bet she didn't have her nose powdered ...


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Post by: livylivy on September 18, 2016, 09:10:46 pm
 :tehe:

Quote
notasugarhere
September 16, 2016 at 11:57 am (2 days ago)
They chose the largest, most public apartment at KP. They were offered three smaller spaces that were more private, but they demanded the largest, front-and-center space and a charity was thrown out to give them what they wanted. Now they complain because they live in a building that is a public museum, on grounds that are publicly accessible and are a public park? And they were standing outside the gates and in the public area when things were taken? She just happened to be all dressed up, in a new dress and heels to play with the police? Expecting to be photographed.

They have a private garden where they are private and away from prying eyes. If she wants to take their son into the public areas, where police are supposed to be doing their job? And spend time distracting the police from doing their jobs? Yes, this is in the public interest to know this. Just as it was investigative journalism to have proof they lied to the paraolympians and skipped off to France on vacation.

I hope the press fights back on this.
(From: http://katemiddletonreview.com/2016/09/16/kate-middleton-won-a-breach-of-privacy-complaint-over-photos-of-prince-george/)

That' s very very telling about them: they wanted the largest apartment even if privacy was not guaranteed ( although KP has a tall wall so that people can' t see inside, sure, if you say at the gate, outside the palace people are allowed to take pics of you ).
They can stay inside the palace and inside the private garden, if you say outside you can' t complain at all.
Kate won the complaint just because she' s Kate Middleton, the wife of Will Middleton


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Post by: sandy on September 19, 2016, 12:22:45 am
Oh the irony; she was supposedly the down to earth middle class girl and would keep William firmly grounded. Her lack of title and social standing was supposed to be a huge asset and her parent's accomplishments for being hardworking supposedly was inherited by her.

Kate has privacy breach complaints upheld over online stories with Prince George
The Duchess of Cambridge has had breach of privacy complaints upheld by the press standards watchdog after she objected to online stories about herself and Prince George.
The Duchess of Cambridge has had breach of privacy complaints upheld by the press standards watchdog after she objected to online stories about herself and Prince George.
Kate complained to the Independent Press Standards Organisation (Ipso) after Express.co.uk and OK! magazine's website published similar articles, with a photograph in May showing George sitting on a police motorbike at Kensington Palace to the delight of his mother.
In the picture the Duchess smiles broadly as the young prince reaches out for the motorbike's controls watched by four officers, believed to be motorbike outriders.
The officers were on duty as a member of the Royal Family had been due to arrive by helicopter.
Ipso's complaints committee outlined the objections to the photograph in its ruling: "The complainants' representatives said that the photograph had been taken in circumstances in which the Duchess of Cambridge and her...son had a reasonable expectation of privacy.http://home.bt.com/news/uk-news/kate-has-privacy-breach-complaints-upheld-over-online-stories-with-prince-george-11364096561200

I do believe that George is going to be badly affected by his mother's chronic hysterics. Can't she pull it together for her son?

That and his father's constant put downs. Poor George.


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Post by: Fly on the wall on September 19, 2016, 07:28:56 pm
BBC journalist who was sacked after he refused to publish a report on Prince George's birth wins a £50,000 payout for unfair dismissal
A BBC journalist sacked after he refused to publish a report on Prince George's birth has won a £50,000 payout.

Chandana Keerthi Bandara, 57, lost his job as a producer on a BBC Sri Lankan news service, and sued the corporation for unfair dismissal and race discrimination.

Mr Bandara was in charge of publishing stories on July 23, 2013, the day after Prince George was born.

But he decided not to prioritise the royal birth story, partly, he said, because it was the 30th anniversary of Black July, a brutal period which saw thousands of Tamil people killed in Sri Lanka.

A tribunal heard how Mr Bandara resisted management pressure to cover the story, but eventually relented.

The article was published online at 12.08pm, a tribunal was told.

Mr Bandara had worked for the BBC for 18 years and had been a senior producer on the Sinhala service since 2000.

Despite a clean record, after disciplinary proceedings, Mr Bandara was found to have been guilty of gross misconduct and given a final written warning.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3795431/BBC-journalist-sacked-refused-publish-report-Prince-George-s-birth-wins-50-000-payout-unfair-dismissal.html


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Post by: Kuei Fei on September 19, 2016, 07:43:07 pm
Another career and way of making a living ruined by that family.


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Post by: Snowpea on September 19, 2016, 08:53:52 pm
BBC journalist who was sacked after he refused to publish a report on Prince George's birth wins a £50,000 payout for unfair dismissal
A BBC journalist sacked after he refused to publish a report on Prince George's birth has won a £50,000 payout.

Chandana Keerthi Bandara, 57, lost his job as a producer on a BBC Sri Lankan news service, and sued the corporation for unfair dismissal and race discrimination.

Mr Bandara was in charge of publishing stories on July 23, 2013, the day after Prince George was born.

But he decided not to prioritise the royal birth story, partly, he said, because it was the 30th anniversary of Black July, a brutal period which saw thousands of Tamil people killed in Sri Lanka.

A tribunal heard how Mr Bandara resisted management pressure to cover the story, but eventually relented.

The article was published online at 12.08pm, a tribunal was told.

Mr Bandara had worked for the BBC for 18 years and had been a senior producer on the Sinhala service since 2000.

Despite a clean record, after disciplinary proceedings, Mr Bandara was found to have been guilty of gross misconduct and given a final written warning.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3795431/BBC-journalist-sacked-refused-publish-report-Prince-George-s-birth-wins-50-000-payout-unfair-dismissal.html

So a relevant, hard-working man loses his job to celebrate the Bruiser's birth? Kid isn't even that important to his parents.


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Post by: CarryingOn on September 21, 2016, 04:55:17 am
^ Right! William skipped the f$ck off to a stag party the same week brown eyes was born.

Really glad Mr. Bandara won his settlement. That really was unfair dismissal. This is why people have to be loyal to their careers and not their jobs because these companies really and truly are not loyal. 18 years of handwork and walking the straight and narrow and he's sacked over one stupid article celebrating the birth of some kid, that will more than likely never make a difference in the world, and that he then went on to write and publish despite his personal feelings on the matter?!? Makes my blood boil but at least he's now got 50,000 pounds to add to his retirement and can find something else to do with his time.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on September 21, 2016, 05:35:46 am
You know, I don't even see why this even had to happen. It's not like this man had a history of issues with boundaries.


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Post by: Snowpea on September 21, 2016, 06:26:36 pm
^ Right! William skipped the f$ck off to a stag party the same week brown eyes was born.

Really glad Mr. Bandara won his settlement. That really was unfair dismissal. This is why people have to be loyal to their careers and not their jobs because these companies really and truly are not loyal. 18 years of handwork and walking the straight and narrow and he's sacked over one stupid article celebrating the birth of some kid, that will more than likely never make a difference in the world, and that he then went on to write and publish despite his personal feelings on the matter?!? Makes my blood boil but at least he's now got 50,000 pounds to add to his retirement and can find something else to do with his time.

It particularly angers me that they think news about this kid means more than a someone who has worked his entire life and has some basic principles.  :thumbsdown: Yeah, Billy boy didn't give a damn about the sprog, so why should anybody else. Entitled $%#%$


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Post by: india on September 21, 2016, 08:41:36 pm
Bought and Paid For.


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Post by: marion on October 01, 2016, 11:08:09 am
Comments are increasing about the strange behaviour of PG on the current tour of Canada  at the party for him and Char - one on the DM ....
"We had a friend whose child attended the same nursery as George. George is already known as a bully and is always stealing other children's toys. Then uses his bodyguard to prevent parents from intervening when he whacks the other children around the face with the toys he has stolen. He will one day be like Henry VIII when he grows up and many people will be murdered with the sharp end of the axe under his reign. Also the rumours are true that Charlotte is autistic."

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3816426/Wills-Kate-arrive-remote-island-traditional-WAR-CANOE-British-Columbia-charm-locals-penultimate-day-tour-Canada.html#ixzz4LpEmqSsS

Of course we don't know if it's true but it is in line with his antics in Australia.  He seemed very cowed at the garden party and looked depressed at times. Also the Cambridges had the press chucked out after the photo call so it could be to cover up any negative antics  -  they never invited the Canadian press and there's annoyance at that.

PG  always seemed to want what his sister had. Did you see him on the pony? No interest whatsoever and got off as son as he got on to play with bubbles. His behaviour is in line with autism or one if those things.  Neither of those children socialised or even acknowledged any if the other children.


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Post by: kolkomilko on October 01, 2016, 11:13:49 am
^ I can imagine it is true. I couldn't see any feeling or contact between the sprogs.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on October 01, 2016, 11:20:10 am
^^ Based on that info Marion, it would appear that both are on the autistic scale.  Interesting because at the time of sprog I going to the nursery there was a par in the paper that said they dealt with autistic children. Also, did they really think that people would not speak out about what sprog I gets up to at the nursery, especially as his behaviour is so appalling, in fact he sounds positively nasty by nature.  As for the RPO´s they should not intervene, no way should he be allowed to whack other sprogs around the face with their own toys that he has stolen.  Neither of them looked happy at the garden party, in fact the photos on this link show as much, and apparently sprog I only cheered up when they brought out bubbles.  I know he is only 3, but sprogs of his age are usually interested in most things, not just bubbles.  He always appears to be in a world of his own, as does sprog II really.

http://princessmonarchy.eklablog.com/le-prince-george-et-la-princesse-charlotte-d-angleterre-garden-party-a127046104


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Post by: Snowpea on October 01, 2016, 01:20:04 pm
He looks like a truly sad, unhappy child. Cute pic of Lottie with the bunny - just regular children dragged into something way over their heads.  :thumbsdown:


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Post by: Val on October 01, 2016, 06:56:50 pm
The Canadians thinking along the same lines as this from a Canadian publication
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'If PG does suffer from some kind of autism, then it will make his future role as King well-nigh impossible. The RF has hidden such medical problems before from the British public, but social media and the internet will reveal the secret.  PW and Kate are in for a very big shock if they think they can defraud the public in this day and age.  Autism can give the sufferer an enhanced gift for music, art or maths.   Alan Turing, one of the genuises at Bletchley Park and the inventor of the computer, was autistic. But his extraordinary ability for maths was channelled in the right way and he was also sequestered in academic environments like King's College, Cambridge, Bletchley Park and the University of Manchester, so he didn't have too much contact with the "man in the street."  PG will be different; he will have to meet people from all walks of life in his role as PoW and then King.  He cannot be hidden away if the RF are to continue to receive vast sums of money from the British taxpayer.  There have been leaks about his possible condition, allegedly from close members of the RF.   However, it will be a brave paper which publishes these comments.

It is being said that Carole Middleton knew of her daughter's fertility problems and had her eggs harvested for "insurance" purposes.  Jacintha the nurse is said to have found out something which could have rocked the foundations of the RF.  Perhaps she threatened to go to HMQ with her findings and was "removed" before she could speak?  This publication doubts if the truth will ever be revealed...


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Post by: india on October 01, 2016, 07:03:37 pm
That is so interesting.....I have heard the same thing from many circles in London regarding the infertility and the harvesting.


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Post by: cate1949 on October 01, 2016, 08:48:02 pm
geez - nothing autistic about either of those kids and I say this as someone who has  a lot of time around children with autism.  They behave like normal kids - kids who at that age do not play with their age mates but focus instead on adults.

George does seem much more wary around strange situations - but that is his personality.


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Post by: livylivy on October 01, 2016, 10:06:11 pm
^ I agree
IMHO George looks like a child not spending long time with other children but spending his time with adults, with his parents.
Indeed, he' s locked at Anmer Hall


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Post by: india on October 01, 2016, 10:07:51 pm
And why may I ask is he locked up at Amner Hall? WHY???????


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Post by: leogirl on October 02, 2016, 02:35:16 am
^ Because his father doesn't want anyone to ever take a photograph of him. Talk about irrational phobias. And these days everyone has a camera on their phone. Not just paps, but a parent might want to take a photo of George playing with their son or daughter. Can't ever go anywhere or interact with anyone... no wonder some people think he's autistic!

I think George would do a lot better if he spent more time with kids his own age, went to school, etc. I know someone who worked at a preschool who taught kids who were the age George is right now (3/4 class, or two years before kindergarten). At the beginning of the year they couldn't do anything, but by the end of the school year they could do circle time, write their name (to varying degrees of neatness), do worksheets, knew their ABC's and numbers up to 20, and the more advanced kids were able to sound out simple words. George would be one of the youngest in the class (cutoff is September 1st, and he was born July 22nd), but even the younger kids did really well.


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Post by: kolkomilko on October 02, 2016, 07:33:40 am
^ I agree
IMHO George looks like a child not spending long time with other children but spending his time with adults, with his parents.
Indeed, he' s locked at Anmer Hall

^^ Agree....and no other people and a lots of children programmes, family holidays and so on... 


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Post by: gingerboy24 on October 02, 2016, 04:11:22 pm
I really do find it very sad they put this sprog through the Canada trip, only time he appeared to enjoy himself was with the bubbles at the "party" in Victoria.  He looks pretty confused and upset in this photo

https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-pFI80ufnSvI/V_B91K8yaQI/AAAAAAABAIE/BrJnmGtmW9on8vSdm5InjbsOSUXDnHviwCLcB/s1600/george%2Bhandshake.jpg


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Post by: india on October 02, 2016, 05:21:48 pm
He really is a pitiful little thing. Hey Viper!!! You had better study how the Swedish Royals train their authentic children to deal with the public. You got a big flat out fail in this department.


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Post by: marion on October 02, 2016, 05:55:30 pm
You're forgetting one thing....Swedish Royals have several advantages...their children's births/origins not the subject of another thread here and Madeleine and Victoria  have class


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Post by: Val on October 02, 2016, 07:09:09 pm
^

Precisely


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Post by: HRHOlya on October 02, 2016, 08:00:27 pm
The Swedes also dress their kids in a normal manner.

At least they dressed C appropriately when they left (at long last), but G looked like he stole some toddler's shorts.. And always literally the same clothes.. Did they bulk buy them along with Kate's jeggings and wedges?


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Post by: Pepe Le Skew on October 03, 2016, 02:19:52 am
Very concerning that George had no original reaction to the tower of balloons.  He saw Charlotte pat them (which seems more suitable for an infant of 8-10 mos), then he repeated exactly what she did only more forcefully.  Autistic kids will repeat phrases they've heard, and they lack original, imaginative play.  George could well be "on the Autism spectrum" - which of course means there is a range of severity. 

Or both of these kids could simply be lacking parental warmth and bonding.  You can learn a great deal simply by observing the body language of parent and child when said parent is holding the child.  Never have I seen a photo of George in which he looks comforted and relaxed when held by his parents.


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Post by: dianab on October 03, 2016, 02:53:57 am
When the nanny is going teach this kid how to give high five's and fist-bumps. It looks like shaking hands is difficult to him too. The Canadian lad extend the hand in another friendly gesture and George turned his face away...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3818258/George-leaves-hanging-Young-prince-snubs-Canadian-high-five-leaves-nation-final-day-Royal-tour.html


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Post by: kolkomilko on October 03, 2016, 08:41:22 am
^^ Exactly. They didn't know what to do, nor with the balloons or anyway but people would say they were just touched.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on October 03, 2016, 08:54:16 am
An article from when we were told sprog I going to Montessori play school

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/prince-george/12057507/William-and-Kate-choose-Montessori-nursery-in-Norfolk-for-Prince-George.html

This para interesting, and I wondered if it related in any way to sprog I at the time. Why make a specific reference to autism in the article, absolutely no need if nothing wrong somewhere.

Westacre says it has "an all inclusive open door approach" and has in the past taught children on the autistic spectrum and physically disabled children.


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Post by: Stephanie on October 03, 2016, 11:28:37 am
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3818906/I-m-going-fly-England-Prince-George-told-Kate-played-controls-invited-seaplane-s-cockpit-landed-journey-home.html :laugh: :lie:


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Post by: india on October 03, 2016, 11:31:26 am
These 2 children obviously are in need of proper socialization. With adults and other children. And I can assure you that Nanny Maria would never teach PG to hi five. She is of the old school and that type of thing is not kosher.


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Post by: kolkomilko on October 03, 2016, 11:35:47 am
^ Or Waity and Ma' order her what to do and how. I can imagine it.


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Post by: YooperModerator on October 03, 2016, 01:47:09 pm
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The royal eight-day tour of eastern Canada has taken the royals from the stunning scenery of the Hadai Gwaii archipelago to the Yukon gold rush town of Whitehorse.


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It was western Canada, DM.


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Post by: Pepe Le Skew on October 03, 2016, 03:23:43 pm
An article from when we were told sprog I going to Montessori play school

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/prince-george/12057507/William-and-Kate-choose-Montessori-nursery-in-Norfolk-for-Prince-George.html

This para interesting, and I wondered if it related in any way to sprog I at the time. Why make a specific reference to autism in the article, absolutely no need if nothing wrong somewhere.

Westacre says it has "an all inclusive open door approach" and has in the past taught children on the autistic spectrum and physically disabled children.

I remember this article for sure.  As the press often does, it seems they include snippets of info to casually suggest something they may be privy to.  They've done this time and again with Cashbridge's. 

As India says, these kids desperately need socialization, and ultimately less latitude than was given to Bill Med!


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Post by: Stephanie on October 05, 2016, 11:49:33 am
OMG
Waity gets poor Bruiser those Damien getups so he cannot be mistaken for proletariat! laugh
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3822884/So-s-Kate-dresses-Prince-George-shorts-Etiquette-expert-says-Duchess-Cambridge-doesn-t-want-want-considered-suburban.html


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Post by: livylivy on October 05, 2016, 12:05:27 pm
 lol
George looks ridiculous ( and I bet he' s always cold too with that ridiculous shorts).
kate is pathetic


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Post by: livylivy on October 05, 2016, 12:14:51 pm
Sorry but weren' t Kate and Bill Middleton supposed to be " normal"?
So why that ridiculous upper class shorts ( which no kid wear any longer)?

Sorry for double posting


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Post by: Snowpea on October 05, 2016, 12:53:33 pm
OMG
Waity gets poor Bruiser those Damien getups so he cannot be mistaken for proletariat! laugh
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3822884/So-s-Kate-dresses-Prince-George-shorts-Etiquette-expert-says-Duchess-Cambridge-doesn-t-want-want-considered-suburban.html

You cannot manufacture class - seriously, those gauche-climbing Middletons need to get over themselves. It's fall, twits, dress the sprogs appropriately.  :snob:


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Post by: gingerboy24 on October 05, 2016, 02:27:12 pm
^ True.  You either have class or you don´t.  Right now sprog I is a meddledoom, and irrespective of bill medd or where he lives, he is not class, he is being raised as a meddledoom in the meddledoom ways.  And pray, might one ask, is wrong with being suburban.  Council caro hails from sink estate origins, council cath raised by said woman  -  so what is all this looking down their noses at being suburban.


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Post by: HRHOlya on October 05, 2016, 03:46:02 pm
The Cambs only want to be "normal" when it suits them and even then it's their particularly peculiar definition of "normal"...
Have been annoyed that they put the boy in bloody shorts in any weather conditions, glad other people are complaining about that, felt like I was the only one  :legs
But the shorts thing is really Waity thinking she's part of Downton Abbey, like all their vintage throwbacks.. eg the christening..

"Etiquette expert and MailOnline columnist, William Hanson, claims that shorts on young boys are, in fact, a silent British class marker and trousers are deemed 'suburban', which no self-respecting royal would want to be considered."

It's not as silently a "class marker" as that idiot states and only desperate people dress their kids according to "class markers", esp those who are desperate to appear to be part of a class they are usually not a part of. Hello Kate & Carole!

Shorts also look way too small and uncomfortable, like they are wedged in the poor boy's behind
http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/10/05/09/3901F8AC00000578-3822884-image-m-9_1475656500140.jpg

The shorts were always ridiculous but at least it's not quite as bad here
http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/10/05/09/32C43EAB00000578-3822884-image-a-5_1475656438242.jpg


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Post by: Kuei Fei on October 05, 2016, 04:51:06 pm
Kate IS the epitome of the negative side of suburban 'culture';  useless degree, eating disorder (a fashionable one of course), siblings who have a major entitlement complex, uncultured, boorish when visiting foreign countries, living off of loans and debt, wants a rich hardworking man to support her and her social aspirations.


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Post by: LadyAva on October 05, 2016, 06:16:18 pm
They can't logically look at clothes and pick something that is appropriate for his age and the wether outside. They can't seem to deviate from this uniform that is outdated. The only thing more head scratching is all the excuses that they put out explaining why she does it. If something isn't strange you don't have to explain why you did something more than once. You especially don't have give numerous different reasons.  :stop: trying to explain, no one gets it and it's not how anyone still dresses their children.

And to me not being able to give a high five or hand shake is more a result of not being around adults either. Adults especially males love to give children high fives or fist bumps. It's a greeting and if you arnt good at greeting people it's because you arnt seeing anyone new on a day to day basis. My guess is they aren not around other  children or adults a lot. After the second time he ignored the boy for the handshake it made me just sad for them. They do keep them just hidden away and it showed. William and Kate eventually your children will have to learn how to be functioning adults and at the rate you two are bringing down the monarchy they may even have to have jobs.


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Post by: livylivy on October 05, 2016, 09:11:41 pm
^^^ So most of the Uk upperclass kids have pneumonia in winter then.
If I have a kid I wouldn' t ever put him/her shorts in winter or when it' s cold just to look aristocrat. T&hat' s really idiocy


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Post by: kolkomilko on October 06, 2016, 06:15:10 am
^ Agree and Waity can't choose dresses neither for herself nor George. She likes to copy dresses from Diana and from Willy/Harry 's childhood photos.


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Post by: Val on October 06, 2016, 07:53:34 am
^

Many surprised too that they want those knock knees to be viewed and commented on world wide.  I can't help but feel sorry for him, he is always looking bewildered and sad and watching for his nanny.


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Post by: livylivy on October 06, 2016, 10:11:20 am
I' m sure George and sister see their parents a couple of times a week  :laundry:
Oh yes here' s the normal family  :tehe:


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Post by: marion on October 06, 2016, 12:00:57 pm
Pics of PG with the lazies certainly do not portray a happy loving family


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Post by: Stephanie on October 06, 2016, 01:17:11 pm
Just to compare: James wearing normal shorts, normal shoes and normal socks.
http://www4.pictures.zimbio.com/bg/Edward+Sophie+visit+Philip+hospital+P05anB1xrv7l.jpg
Sophie isn't setting him up for ridicule by dressing him like Damien.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on October 06, 2016, 01:23:34 pm
James looks so cute, and certainly not suburban.


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Post by: india on October 06, 2016, 02:02:58 pm
I feel sorry for PG. Can you imagine how mean The Potato Head is to him behind closed doors? He is only a PR prop to this selfish evil witch.


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Post by: Miss Hathaway on October 07, 2016, 05:19:43 am
Just to compare: James wearing normal shorts, normal shoes and normal socks.
http://www4.pictures.zimbio.com/bg/Edward+Sophie+visit+Philip+hospital+P05anB1xrv7l.jpg
Sophie isn't setting him up for ridicule by dressing him like Damien.

But Sophie set her daughter up for ridicule by dressing her in ugly, ill-fitting, old fashioned clothing.   


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Post by: kolkomilko on October 07, 2016, 06:45:52 am
Different family, different persons. Poor sprogs, they have to wear those old-fashioned dresses. I am sure Waity and Carole choose them. As I read somewhere Waity buys expensive dresses for herself but doesn't spend on the sprogs's dresses.   


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Post by: Val on October 07, 2016, 07:19:21 am
Ma and Waity absolutely desperate for the sprogs with the council house background to 'look Royal' hence one of the reasons both they and Cath wear blue and Royal blue so much.


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Post by: india on October 07, 2016, 07:30:03 am
Now, that is the dumbest thing ever.


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Post by: leogirl on October 07, 2016, 07:54:28 am
No need to try to look a certain way. Nobody is impressed. Dress your kids like normal kids. Old-fashioned clothes might be okay for themed parties, or if you're going to be in a film set in that time period, but that's about it.


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Post by: Stephanie on October 17, 2016, 08:37:55 pm
Bruiser is allegedly very loud , mean , slams with doors and steals from adults.
http://www.gamenguide.com/articles/55851/20161017/kate-middleton-prince-william-divorce-prince-harry-brother-tired-raising-prince-george-princess-charlotte-queen-elizabeth-wants-duke-duchess-to-split.htm


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Post by: Val on October 17, 2016, 08:59:00 pm
^

He was exhibiting those traits from a small baby and was said to be a most unpleasant child so above no surprise.


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Post by: Stephanie on October 17, 2016, 09:04:59 pm
He is being raised as Bruiser 1, from the House of Manson.


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Post by: india on October 17, 2016, 09:29:41 pm
You know The Viper with her slithering tongue will never instill a sense of etiquette into those 2 children.


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Post by: Fly on the wall on November 03, 2016, 06:05:37 pm
I can tell him he got a cold from the King!': Ben Affleck reveals his son Samuel had a play date with Prince George and Princess Charlotte
With two Oscars and a string of blockbuster movies on his CV, Ben Affleck could be considered Hollywood royalty.

But during his most recent trip to Britain, the Argo star revealed that his youngest son had a brush with two real-life royals.

Appearing on the Graham Norton show, the 44-year-old joked that his youngest son, Samuel, had caught a cold after playing with Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

In Friday night's installment of the chat show, the actor recalls how during a trip to London he took his son to an indoor play park that was being frequented by the two young royals.

Recalling one very wet day during the trip, Ben said: 'When it was raining I took my youngest to one of those kid’s indoor play parks.

'It was pretty empty and then I noticed this weird vibe from the other grownups. They were all very well dressed and they had earpieces and I thought, "For a kids’ place this is tight security!"'
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-3902324/Ben-Affleck-reveals-children-play-date-Prince-George-Princess-Charlotte.html


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Post by: Snowpea on November 03, 2016, 11:27:16 pm
I can tell him he got a cold from the King!': Ben Affleck reveals his son Samuel had a play date with Prince George and Princess Charlotte
With two Oscars and a string of blockbuster movies on his CV, Ben Affleck could be considered Hollywood royalty.

But during his most recent trip to Britain, the Argo star revealed that his youngest son had a brush with two real-life royals.

Appearing on the Graham Norton show, the 44-year-old joked that his youngest son, Samuel, had caught a cold after playing with Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

In Friday night's installment of the chat show, the actor recalls how during a trip to London he took his son to an indoor play park that was being frequented by the two young royals.

Recalling one very wet day during the trip, Ben said: 'When it was raining I took my youngest to one of those kid’s indoor play parks.

'It was pretty empty and then I noticed this weird vibe from the other grownups. They were all very well dressed and they had earpieces and I thought, "For a kids’ place this is tight security!"'
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-3902324/Ben-Affleck-reveals-children-play-date-Prince-George-Princess-Charlotte.html

Oh, I am pretty sure the kid didn't catch cold from a "King". G and C seem like Ben Affleck's daughters - neglected and tossed aside.


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Post by: india on November 04, 2016, 12:07:59 am
They are like xmas decorations. Brought downstairs and pulled out of a box to serve one purpose and when that is accomplished they are shoved back in the box and put away until next needed.


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Post by: Val on November 04, 2016, 05:46:34 am
^

Unfortunately nothing is ever accomplished by their appearances except negative comments, the Obama/Hugh Hefner dressingowngate for one.


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Post by: Stephanie on November 19, 2016, 07:49:24 pm
Now we know why Whino is bald: he is ripping his hair out because he can't deal with poor G.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3952202/No-sympathy-Prince-William-says-struggled-parenthood.html :stop: :stop:


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Post by: Mandosiel on November 19, 2016, 08:12:56 pm
Random Question: What would happen to the line of succesion if George turns out to be gay and Charlotte just can't be bothered along with whatever kids they may or may not end up having?

Probably had a discussion about this somewhere on the forum but just can't be bothered looking for it. If this question is in the wrong thread Mods please feel free to move it.


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Post by: livylivy on November 19, 2016, 09:23:45 pm
I' m pretty sure George will have a very bad relationship with Will when he grows up and read all these  :BS: and complaint by his father.
I think he' ll become a rebel  :tehe:


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Post by: sandy on November 19, 2016, 10:18:53 pm
Prince Charles used to have these philosophical musings about being a father but he was better at it than William and did not make such idiotic comments. William preaching about their being materialistic is hilarious.


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Post by: Rosella on November 19, 2016, 11:59:58 pm
15^ S

If George didn't marry, whether homosexual or not, and Charlotte and her children refused the throne and removed themselves, then the line of succession would be Harry,  if he were still alive, (which would be debatable) and then his eldest child if he had children. If he was dead and had never had children, then it would devolve on to Beatrice of York and her eldest child then Eugenie and hers and so on.


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Post by: Mandosiel on November 20, 2016, 12:07:15 am
Ahhh thank you :flower:


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Post by: leogirl on November 20, 2016, 12:28:01 am
^ Just follow the line of succession; that's what it's there for.  :thumbsup:


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Post by: Mandosiel on November 20, 2016, 12:53:47 am
I was half asleep when I asked that, now that I look back on it it's like "duhhhh...." but yeah, got it. :tehe:


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Post by: deGuernsey on November 22, 2016, 11:25:15 pm
Now we know why Whino is bald: he is ripping his hair out because he can't deal with poor G.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3952202/No-sympathy-Prince-William-says-struggled-parenthood.html :stop: :stop:
Perhaps sprog I subconsciously knows KM is not his bio mum?  It so happens there are times when children can sense something is not quite right and not know how to verbalise it.  I bet PG truly throws a fit around KM and the Medds like pulling hair and screaming at the top of his little voice.  Good on him but poor dear child... this mess isn't correct, poor babies and poor PW... :hug:


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Post by: leogirl on November 23, 2016, 12:35:04 am
He doesn't know her very well because he's always with his nanny. Even adopted children show stronger bonds with their adoptive parents than George has with Kate and William.

He is very spoiled, too: I heard they give him sweets to shut him up when he starts to throw a fit. That will only encourage him to throw a fit to get his way, and it'll eventually make him fat and give him bad teeth.

Nannies are supposed to be in a supporting role: they care for the kids while the parents work, but the parents take care of the kids when they're home and on their days off. Instead, it's treated like some sort of a boarding school: most of the time they're with the Nanny and they only see their parents every so often. It's not like William and Kate are ambassadors who are overseas for months at a time. There is no excuse for this.  :thumbsdown:


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Post by: YooperModerator on November 23, 2016, 12:40:38 am
^Careful on the bio chat.  Thanks.  YM

Can you guys imagine having those two nimrods as your parents?  Just bad-mouthing me in the media, as I grow up, would make me livid.  I predict George will act out if this continues, as he grows into puberty. 


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Post by: Sophie on November 23, 2016, 01:07:21 pm
It is such a terrible situation, to have such a cold mother and clod for a father.  Thank goodness for the nanny, though that can't erase the devastation of two inept parents.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on November 24, 2016, 05:12:15 am
Just think, these two were supposedly going to be 'so much better' than Charles and Diana as parents during the formative years.


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Post by: Mandosiel on November 24, 2016, 06:10:21 am
Errrrrrr.....in what alternate dimension?.... :-


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Post by: Sophie on November 24, 2016, 11:51:23 am
They were supposed to modernize the monarchy to!  More like run it into the ground.  :king:  :Kate:


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Post by: Mandosiel on November 24, 2016, 12:17:57 pm
They're both so "traditional" they sometimes dress like they're still in the 40's and 50's for godsake. Yeah, that's not gonna happen...


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Post by: YooperModerator on November 24, 2016, 12:42:58 pm
As much as I agree with many posters here and that they make the Queen look hip and modern, by comparison, we are going Off Topic.  PG Thread, guys.  Tx.  YM


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Post by: Sophie on November 24, 2016, 04:06:20 pm
 :sorry:


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Post by: Mandosiel on November 24, 2016, 04:42:36 pm
 :sorry:


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Post by: YooperModerator on November 24, 2016, 08:33:09 pm
^Send fudge and all is forgiven.  We Mods can be bought.   :flower:  YM


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Post by: Sophie on November 24, 2016, 08:34:57 pm
How about pumpkin pie?  kisss


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Post by: Val on November 24, 2016, 10:26:01 pm
Try this if you like fudge, the best ever butter tablet
https://www.amazon.co.uk/new-item-Thorntons-Butter-Tablet/dp/B00N2SAEGW


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Post by: Mandosiel on November 25, 2016, 12:40:49 am
(http://www.shoppecharlotte.com/sc/sig_images/village-fudge1.jpg)  :flower: As requested!


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Post by: YooperModerator on November 25, 2016, 10:06:10 am
^ and ^^ and ^^^  :thankyou:  You guys are awesome!  Yes, pumpkin pie is always a winner!  Do I see fudge AND walnuts?   Oooooh, luverly.   :thumbsup:  Now, back on topic, plz. YM


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Post by: Stephanie on December 19, 2016, 04:58:10 pm
Bruiser is already ripping open his presents: should't his "parents" teach him about self control, or if that's not possible, just hide the presents until Christmas?
http://people.com/royals/kate-middleton-prince-william-harry-heads-together-party/


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Post by: sandy on December 19, 2016, 05:23:16 pm
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4048872/He-ll-end-naughty-list-Prince-William-reveals-excited-George-started-opening-Christmas-presents.html

William is always grousing about George. Why does he not mention his other child too?


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Post by: gingerboy24 on December 19, 2016, 06:35:50 pm
Whatever happend to  Santa Claus, Father Christmas or whatever name you choose.  Part of the excitement and magic of Christmas.  Impossible to believe those presents could not be hidden in any of the places they live in, more than enough room to hide them.  Isn´t sprog II the one that is wonderful, and sprog I can do nothing right?  Strange man if you ask me, should both be treated the same.  Nothing surprises me about this horrid person these days, nothing.


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Post by: sandy on December 19, 2016, 06:50:26 pm
I wonder when another photo op will be out. I can't believe that People Magazine thought that obvious photoshop of Lupo with George one of the best pictures of the year. As if that was not photoshopped.


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Post by: leogirl on December 20, 2016, 12:27:53 am
George is the "bad" kid and Charlotte is the "good" kid. Such a terrible idea to label them. It did William and Harry no favors, so why is he doing it to his children? Strange man.


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Post by: sandy on December 20, 2016, 12:30:35 am
Many fathers brag about their children and can't stop talking about them. Oddly, WIlliam just grouses about George and does not even mention Charlotte in this most recent speech. Maybe he just looks in on them from time to time and the nanny does most of the work.


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Post by: leogirl on December 20, 2016, 01:13:25 am
Well, they act like their parents are strangers and George especially clings to Nanny Maria, so I don't think he sees them much.


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Post by: MoonlitSerenity on December 20, 2016, 01:44:02 am
I wonder if when George gets older if he'll resent William, as he's always portrayed by him as the bad one and his sister is  the oh holy one. That can't be any good.


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Post by: Fly on the wall on December 27, 2016, 03:22:00 pm

William and Kate look set to permanently swap Norfolk for Kensington Palace after putting Prince George's 'name down' at £6,500-a-term London school


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4067914/William-Kate-look-set-permanently-swap-Norfolk-Kensington-Palace-putting-Prince-George-s-6-500-term-London-school.html#ixzz4U3IYjovt
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Post by: gingerboy24 on December 27, 2016, 03:36:17 pm
So why did the taxpayer have to fund renovations, move the tennis courts, make the pool private, build a huge conservatory, rip out a wonderful kitchen, put the most expensive oven, fridge etc in an expensive new kitchen, make  it a no flying zone over AH, a big strain on the local constabulary for security, and etc etc ec, and now they are leaving it behind.  What an enormous waste of public money.  We have homeless people without food/clothing, nowhere to turn to, kids going to school without breakfast, and this trashy lot just waste our money on knocking down and a perfectly good home, not to mention paying to kick out the tenant already in there, which they did at KP too.  Couldn´t make it up could you.  All those thousands to move a tennis court and now they won´t be using it, if they ever did.  No wonder the people of the UK are disgusted with budgie smuggler bill and his vile medd entourage, all taxpayer funded hangers on.  No wonder UKIP are getting more and more supporters, I bless the day I joined them and left the tory trailer trash behind, manyt others like me also, I am not alone.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on December 27, 2016, 04:01:33 pm
Kate didn't just kick out a  tenant at KP, she kicked out a CHARITY that had been operating there; greedy sow.


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Post by: sandy on December 27, 2016, 04:28:29 pm

William and Kate look set to permanently swap Norfolk for Kensington Palace after putting Prince George's 'name down' at £6,500-a-term London school


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4067914/William-Kate-look-set-permanently-swap-Norfolk-Kensington-Palace-putting-Prince-George-s-6-500-term-London-school.html#ixzz4U3IYjovt
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Is Charlotte going to be enrolled in a good school too?


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Post by: Kuei Fei on December 27, 2016, 05:41:14 pm
She'll be kept in a tower until Prince Christian of Denmark is ready to marry.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on December 27, 2016, 07:27:09 pm
^^^ Yes, a charity that had been there a fair time too.

"The apartment is currently managed by Historic Royal Palaces, an independent charity  that looks after several important buildings, including the Tower of London and Hampton Court Palace.
But the Queen intervened to persuade the organisation to hand the apartment back to the Royal Household. Historic Royal Palaces uses the apartment for offices, classrooms, storage and exhibitions. Earlier this year when The Mail on Sunday first reported that the couple hoped to move to Kensington Palace, the charity insisted there were no plans to hand Apartment 1A back to the Royal Household.
A senior aide revealed: ‘It has been a long process. There have been months of discussions and a lot of legal work in order for Princess Margaret’s apartment to be transferred back to the Royal Household.
‘This has been to make it fair to the Historic Royal Palaces, which has invested a five-figure sum into making the apartment safe to work in. This financial investment will be compensated."

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2058109/Kate-Middleton-Prince-William-to-Kensington-Palace.html#ixzz4U4HCrX1p

As for AH, the guy had four years to run

JAMES EVERETT

After the Van Cutsems moved out of Anmer Hall in 2000 it was rented by James Everett, the 48-year-old owner of the bespoke timber company Norfolk Oak, and his wife Jayne. They reportedly had four years left on their 20-year lease when they were asked to move out to make way for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.


Talk about wanting their own way and getting it, and now they are allegedly moving back to KP. As for the 1m to revamp KP that turned into about 6m, and AH turned into several million.  No wonder HM had no money to maintain BP, it was all going on the homes of her family.

If AH empty maybe they could turn it into a hostel for the homeless, give someone else a bite of a big free cherry.


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Post by: CathyJane on December 27, 2016, 08:40:57 pm
She'll be kept in a tower until Prince Christian of Denmark is ready to marry.


I can absolutely see that happening. Ma and Mary collaborating. :-X


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Post by: sandy on December 27, 2016, 09:11:58 pm
Yes only a royal would do for Carole's granddaughter.


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Post by: buflesse on December 27, 2016, 09:18:20 pm
What a joke. They spent millions of pounds of taxpayers' money on Anmer Hall, and now they're abandoning it. There should be an inquiry into their disgustingly lavish spending.


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Post by: Little light on December 27, 2016, 11:16:25 pm
Absolutely agree. In the U.K., we can start a petition to force Parliament to debate matters when the petition has so many signatures of people from the UK. I don't know how to start one, sorry.

Anyone know please? :thankyou:


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Post by: Spitfire on December 27, 2016, 11:41:19 pm
Here's the link, Little light.  Hope it works!

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/check

You need to get 100,000 signatures before the petition is considered for debate in Parliament!


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Post by: Rosella on December 28, 2016, 12:21:37 am
^^ I actually have real doubts about whether such a petition would get to the floor of the House of Commons. If the subject of the petition is censure of the second in line to the throne on the grounds of extravagance, that might very well lead to debate on the cost of BP, Windsor etc. That is getting perilously close to debating the monarchy itself, and that is just not allowed or at least encouraged. (There are all sorts of obstacles to that sort of debate -Section 3 of the Treason Felony Act of 1848, the fact that the Queen is Head of State and that all MPs on entering Parliament swear an oath of allegiance to the monarch.)

To force a serious debate originators of the petition would have to bring really rock solid evidence that William and Wifey were/are being excruciatingly extravagant about Anmer, (and Apartment IA at KP) and I mean facts and figures as in audits of the work done to the place, affidavits from tradesmen, decorators etc. otherwise Anmer is just regarded as the country home of the second in line to the throne, the same as York Cottage was to the future King George V when he was in the same position. Defenders would argue the Anmer residence is meant to last until Willie is king, and is therefore value for money, especially if it could be George's home in time as well.

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Post by: Stephanie on January 15, 2017, 12:28:09 pm
http://www.express.co.uk/news/royal/754270/Prince-George-school-plans-Prince-William-Kate-Middleton


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Post by: Kuei Fei on January 15, 2017, 07:35:28 pm
You know, it's just as well that George is being conventionally educated; in a normal school it will create a security nightmare.


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Post by: livylivy on January 15, 2017, 07:39:38 pm
Haven' t they thought about private lessons at home?
I' m not kidding, I was just wondering if any of the BRF has ever been educated at home, especially in their early childhood/ primary school


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Post by: Kuei Fei on January 15, 2017, 08:11:21 pm
The issue is PR; the palace planned on educating Charles privately and Buckingham Palace, but go figure, the press started up a storm saying that Charles should have 'normal' schooling like other little boys and shouldn't be educated in regal isolation. Yet, normal schooling was a nightmare for Charles.

I often believe that if William had been educated at the palace post-prep school, he would have had the attention he needed and would have certainly avoided the Midds. Few teens are actually equipped to handle university and he should have worked and seen the world before going into formal schooling.

After high school, things change drastically and this conformity that is demanded (everyone should go to college/university right after high school) has in my view caused a huge amount of problems. Royals aren't normal and aren't supposed to be part of the mainstream.


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Post by: sandy on January 15, 2017, 11:12:21 pm
The only thing Charles liked was the time he was sent to Australia as a young man. I think that said, it would have been good to have WIll spend a semester or two in Australia or the US to get a new perspective. After Will showed some promise during the gap year, it was all downhill from there.


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Post by: RandyDrx on January 16, 2017, 05:42:32 am
^ I think there would be an uproar if Will studied in the US though.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on January 16, 2017, 05:44:19 am
Why I do not know; some time in the US would in fact clear his mind and Kate wouldn't have been able to stalk him and get away with it. In the US, the students are almost vicious when ti comes to boundaries. A stalking Middleton would have ended up in jail before long.


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Post by: RandyDrx on January 16, 2017, 05:46:38 am
That's true, but what about the security cost?


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Post by: leogirl on January 16, 2017, 05:54:07 am
Wouldn't there have been a high security cost regardless of which university he attended? It almost would have been better for him to do distance education and to have done royal work (i.e. appearances) or military service while he went to uni.


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Post by: RandyDrx on January 16, 2017, 06:33:56 am
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Prince George 'WON'T attend the same school as his father as Kate and William opt for smaller, more discreet pre-prep closer to Kensington Palace'

    Prince Georges was expected to be enrolled at Wetherby School in Notting Hill
    But he is more likely to attend school's new branch in Kensington, say sources
    Royal couple favour Wetherby Kensington as less likely to attract photographers


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4122446/Prince-George-WON-T-attend-school-father-Kate-William-opt-smaller-discreet-pre-prep-closer-Kensington-Palace.html#ixzz4Vu67Vb1P
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Post by: leogirl on January 16, 2017, 06:43:11 am
I think it makes sense for him to attend the school that's closer to his home.  :dontknow:

I guess Reception is what we call Pre-K here in the U.S.


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Post by: Demeter on February 11, 2017, 02:44:41 am
I'm sorry, but I'm having a bit of trouble searching the forum for information on Lupo the Dog. Are we aware of his current life/whereabouts? I heard that he was dispatched, but then I think he popped up after that in some kerfuffle over an ice lolly?

Insofar as W's education, I think Diana wanted Harvard/Yale for him. He didn't have the grades in reality, but I recall reading somewhere that she had those sort of aspirations for him in his childhood. I can tell you that at an institution like that, the things that went on at St. Andrew's would have been much more difficult. The academic and social culture at American universities is fundamentally different.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on February 11, 2017, 11:20:06 am
Interesting they want him to go to the new branch close to Kensington.  I say that because everything else they want is all copy cat from when bill medd was a child, and it would be their normal MO to send him to the very school bill medd went to at that age.  Hmmm, has to be a reason behind it, they don´t do anything without a reason.  Definitely a change from their usual MO.


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Post by: HRHOlya on February 11, 2017, 04:13:00 pm
^^ "Royals" (or any kid whose parents have very deep pockets) don't need good grades to get into these unis. Just one example that instantly popped into my head is Edward, Liz & Phil's son.... I think Charles didn't have the grades either, not sure, but still got into his wanted uni..

I think that often diplomas are bought when people (who are rich) go to these schools (ivy league in the US or Oxbridge in the UK). There's a university in the US that's famous for not being influenced by someone's lineage or depth of pockets. Oxbridge is supposedly changing entrance regulations to make it harder for unfit people (namely those who can get in due to their parents) to get in. Where I come from only the duds go to privately funded universities (read: large tuition fees) and only the really apt ones go to (as it's called) state universities (no tuition, hence you can only survive if you've got the brains/ skill).

A bit OT but still fitting :)

Lupo went mia, and when questions where raised over his "disappearance" new pap shots popped up and the now famous lolly pic (which looks very photoshopped, like usual).


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Post by: Demeter on February 11, 2017, 04:30:14 pm
^ Yeah, I've been around the block on admissions boards. Any of them would have either gone to the 'special' committee, or would have been handed over to the dean to be 'reviewed' which meant that they would then begin the process of admitting them, mobilizing all of the departments to facilitate their matriculation, etc. Another thing too, is that it is sadly very easy to buy papers, do this, do that, so you don't even have to show your face at tutorials and you still end up with a first. Rather sad for people who do as expected, but I'm of the opinion that cheaters lose in the end.

Look at Princess Art History degree and "Do they still make faberge eggs?" Enough said.


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Post by: leogirl on February 12, 2017, 02:06:39 am
I heard that PW had someone on his staff do his homework for him at university. He reportedly had a different girl in his bed every night for a while, so I don't think much studying was going on. Maybe a cram session to pass any written midterms or finals, but that was it.

George will be able to go to any university he wants. He is famous and universities want notable people to attend. I don't think the deep pocketbook necessarily applies in this case because taxpayers fund things and I doubt PW would use his personal money to donate to a university.


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Post by: buflesse on March 24, 2017, 05:25:48 pm
Kate and William choose £6,000-a-term Thomas's School in Battersea for Prince George - NOT following in his father's footsteps

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4346544/Prince-George-attend-Thomas-s-Battersea.html#ixzz4cGVaHNAZ
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Post by: Little light on March 24, 2017, 06:10:59 pm
The article says that they will be sender by George to the school Battersea, not the one which is far, far nearer their home at KP. Why?   ???

Too many parents leaking stories to the press, maybe?

It's all very odd.


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Post by: Whiffy Leaks on March 24, 2017, 06:23:58 pm
Not odd. They're paying, they get to choose. It's not automatically the nearest school in that situation.


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Post by: LadyVi on March 24, 2017, 06:46:56 pm
Strange that this is a trending topic on UK twitter IMO   :-

Prince George's new school

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7sgt98XgAEzl4_.jpg:large

Message on Prince George's new school's website: "The Thomas's website is receiving a very high volume of traffic".

https://twitter.com/BBCPeterHunt/status/845315147988119552

St Thomas's School in Battersea is in the heart of what's known locally as #nappyvalley - a very aspirational, middle class area of London

https://twitter.com/RE_DailyMail/status/845304907380994050

Fees for St Thomas's are around £6,000 a term and it is co-educational - 540 pupils from four to 13. Interesting choice for #princegeorge


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Post by: Rebecca on March 24, 2017, 07:40:26 pm
^^Yes, and we all know how hard William works to earn the money to 'pay' for their lifestyle.... :bored:


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Post by: sandy on March 24, 2017, 07:51:23 pm
Maybe they want it far away so WIlliam and Kate can play normal and avoid work.


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Post by: dianab on March 24, 2017, 08:45:05 pm
The article says that they will be sender by George to the school Battersea, not the one which is far, far nearer their home at KP. Why?   ???

Too many parents leaking stories to the press, maybe?

It's all very odd.

The Battersea school is far better than the Kensington one.


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Post by: Rosella on March 24, 2017, 09:43:08 pm
St Thomas's is a feeder school for Eton and also for other public schools like Marlborough, Kate's old school. The school also runs Montessori programmes for toddlers from the age of two and a half so they can pop Charlotte, who will be three next May, in there next year if they wish.

However, St Thomas's is co-educational and that's probably its main attraction for the Cambridges, as Charlotte will be able to attend the same school as her brother in future. It all cuts off at 13 so they will then split the siblings up and George may well go to Eton at that age as his father did, while Charlotte could go on to Marlborough or somewhere else.


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Post by: Little light on March 24, 2017, 11:32:17 pm
I had no idea dianab that the Battersea school was better than the Kensington one.

You always learn something on this forum. Historical or otherwise.


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Post by: Rosella on March 24, 2017, 11:43:46 pm
^ Who says it's 'better' than the Wetherby School at Kensington? Both are fee paying schools in London catering for the small children of the upper middle classes and aristocracy. They have different programmes but both aim for the under twelve years old slice of the London metropolitan educational market. Kate's obviously a fan of the Montessori method of education, and that and the fact that St Thomas's is co-educational, probably tipped the scales in favour of this school, as the Cambridges probably want both their children educated together for as long as they can.


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Post by: dianab on March 25, 2017, 01:00:27 am
Thommas's Battersea school is considered to be better than Thommas's Kensington school. Many Chelsea and Kensington parents favor the Battersea school over the Kensington one. Battersea is considered a very good place for primary schools.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on March 25, 2017, 01:22:51 am
I think Kate chose this herself since she is clearly not comfortable among the upper classes. She likes to be around people from a similar background and she clearly wants someone at that school that will be impressed by her if only for her title. I don't blame her for wanting to be in her comfort zone, but yet again, she never should have gone after William if she wasn't going to be comfortable around his set. George should be around kids who will be his courtiers and he shouldn't be in an environment where his presence will cause disruption. Why can't Kate stop this intermingling between her comfort zone and where she belongs by virtue of her title and accept that the mainstream part of her life is over?


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Post by: meememe on March 25, 2017, 01:40:55 am
I know that people are speculating that George will follow William to Eton but as Marlborough is co-ed these days it is just as likely that they may choose to send both of the children there if they decide on a boarding school at all.

There are some excellent day private schools in London that they could choose as well meaning the children will spend more time at home and be raised more by their parents and nannies rather than as William and Kate were - by their boarding schools only having around 12 weeks a year with their parents (or if they separate like Charles and Diana around 6 weeks a year with each parent).


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Post by: Fly on the wall on March 25, 2017, 01:59:32 am
Wonder how many parents now trying to get their kids in that school

http://www.thomas-s.co.uk


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Post by: meememe on March 25, 2017, 03:29:31 am
Schools like this often have long waiting lists and it is probable that they waited until next year's intake was full before announcing this decision. They may even have a full list for the next three to four years making it harder for social climbers to get their darling daughters there in the next few years. More likely parents of daughters to be born next year or the year after that may make the effort.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on March 25, 2017, 05:10:50 am
^Kate herself would know all about that strategy, wouldn't she? She's certainly no stranger to title chasing via school.


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Post by: buflesse on March 25, 2017, 09:06:39 am
^Exactly. Kate shouldn't be snobbish about social climbers seeing as that's essentially what her and her family have always been - chasing William first through school and then university.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on March 25, 2017, 10:21:04 am
What I find most odd is that they have spent all their time trying to copy bill medd  as a toddler with his old fashioned clothing, following lots of "what Diana did", and etc.  Yet they don´t want to send him to Wetherby, the school where Diana sent bill medd and horrid haza.  Breaking the mould?  Seems just really strange to me, they want to copy the life of bill medd but not send sprog I to his old school.  Hmmm.


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Post by: Val on March 25, 2017, 01:44:32 pm
-^

Always hidden and suspect agendas behind these decisions and everyone knows it too.


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Post by: sandy on March 25, 2017, 02:43:22 pm
Somewhere somehow mothers of little girls are thinking of possible grand marriage with Prince George

And mothers of little boys think of a future match with Princess Charlotte.


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Post by: Snowpea on March 25, 2017, 04:19:26 pm
^^Yes, and we all know how hard William works to earn the money to 'pay' for their lifestyle.... :bored:

And nothing says aspirational and wanting to be seen as true Royals more than Kate and her grasping relations.  :bored:


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Post by: LadyVi on March 25, 2017, 08:02:52 pm
Battersea is a *female dog* of a school run from Kensington Palace.

https://twitter.com/sophiamcoutts/status/845306839726206980


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Post by: Rosella on March 25, 2017, 09:10:12 pm
^They are having a good few jokes about the school and Battersea on the Twitter page.

It may be that the Cambridges chose the Battersea location over the Kensington one because Thamas's Battersea have a kinder programme for children from the age of two and a half, so Char can join George there from the beginning of the school year next January. The Kensington school doesn't have a kinder programme, I believe.

 It could also be because the Battersea school is a more secure cohesive unit. Apparently the Kensington Thomas's is spread over two adjacent locales, with a annexe. It could be that the security services and RPOs looked over both places and gave Battersea a tick.

The Cambridges wanted a day school that both children could attend for several years, IMO. It doesn't look as if boarding school is on the cards for either George or Char until their teen years (13) and a decision will be made then about boarding school at Eton or a coed like Marlborough, IMHO.


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Post by: HRHOlya on March 26, 2017, 04:34:45 pm
^ Well possible. I think they are doing the right/ best thing putting both kids into the same school. I think also that co-ed is best, so kids learn early on how to deal with the other gender, less awkwardness later on I think. I guess we'll see about boarding schools in the future..


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Post by: Alexandrine on March 26, 2017, 05:16:31 pm
It makes me think they will not board at all. Eton is not really a royal tradition more like a Spencer one so who knows.


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Post by: Fly on the wall on March 27, 2017, 04:41:16 pm
George’s £370 uniform: Prince will be decked out in a John Lewis-approved cagoule, art smock and ballet shoes when he starts at his £6,000-a-term school in September

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I use to like wearing uniforms in school thought it was plus looking back at it now.almost save you for being made fun of if you had to wear your own clothes and it was out of style and you couldn't wear the same thing twice


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Post by: gingerboy24 on March 27, 2017, 07:13:44 pm
And what does the uninform cost for the average kid in the street  -  when you think what a family could do with 370 GBP, and it is wasted on a uniform for a 4 year old. Disgusting, and to splash it on the newspapers as well.  Talk about rub peoples noses in it. Some poor kids are clothed from clothing banks.  That couple disgust me  -  and they reckon they are "normal"  -  hmmmmm, they are not right in the head, either of them, IMO.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on March 27, 2017, 08:43:59 pm
Normalcy is a game to them, not an experience that they want. It's a joke, like everything else to them.


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Post by: meememe on March 27, 2017, 10:01:01 pm
That uniform seems rather cheap to me given that the blazers that we have the 5 year olds wear at my school cost over $AUS200 and they grow out of them within a year or two. If you attend my school for all 13 years (and many do) they would easily buy 4 blazers and then there is the rest of the uniform which changes at different stages as well e.g. girls winter uniform is different in primary to junior high school while the senior girls wear a different summer and winter uniform. The minimum cost of a uniform for a Kindergarten child at my place would easily be double this price and wouldn't include the extras - school bag and sports shirts which aren't in the 'starting uniform pack' as they come from a different supplier.

The good thing is that if they buy right that will be the total of his school clothes outlay.

I have seen figures elsewhere where people are saying the same thing - quite a reasonable uniform cost for a British school - even state schools have uniforms in the UK. Insisting on putting the school's logo on everything is what adds to the cost e.g. the boys shirts at my school used to be a generic white shirt but now they have to have the school logo on them they cost three times as much as the cheapest white school shirts available and if they aren't washed the 'correct' way then what happens is the logo changes from blue to pink and they have to replace the shirt.

Even the nearby high school to me now has every item of the school uniform with the school logo as does the nearby government primary school.



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Post by: Stephanie on March 29, 2017, 11:55:08 am
Waity is already passive aggressively snickering about Bruiser's first day at school. :stop:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4359486/Kate-meets-parents-George-s-new-school.html


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Post by: india on March 29, 2017, 03:37:54 pm
^She has perfected the art of passive aggression to a T.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on March 29, 2017, 04:39:24 pm
^^  She can snicker, us taxpayers in the UK are the ones funding the unform for that most unattractive bruiser.  Let her take her snickering and get some of her own money, for that that expensive 370 GBP outfit herself.  People on the breadline, kids going to school hungry as no food in the cupboard for breakfast, and they spend nealry 440 GBP on one school uniform. Should be a yes on no box on our tax forms, do you want to support the lazy rf  -  definite NO from me, and many others.  Bad enough having to support blood royals, let alone the others. 


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Post by: windsor2 on April 02, 2017, 02:13:49 am
George joins a school of Pythons and unicorns! Kate is sending the young prince to Battersea as it's more 'hippy-dippy'
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The Duchess of Cambridge has opted to send Prince George to a school four miles from Kensington Palace to keep him away from the spoiled offspring of oligarchs and rock stars, I’m told.
George is due to attend Thomas’s in Battersea, even though the school has a branch just half a mile from the Palace. But many say that life for a pupil at Battersea is much more ‘hippy-dippy’, which is why Kate has decided to send her son there.
One ex-pupil remembers being given a merit for reciting a line from Monty Python – in Latin – aged ten. And another recounts a much-loved teacher napping in his car at lunch.
Staff dish out kooky golden unicorn stickers instead of the usual gold stars, to reward pupils for tying their shoelaces. The mythical creatures will already be familiar to George – they adorn the gates of KP.

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Oh, Lord.  :o


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Post by: Kuei Fei on April 02, 2017, 09:56:37 am
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The Duchess of Cambridge has opted to send Prince George to a school four miles from Kensington Palace to keep him away from the spoiled offspring of oligarchs and rock stars, I’m told.

^Nice slap in the face to people who work hard and didn't come from parents who paved their way with money; George could learn a lot from oligarchs and rock stars about being determined, ruthless, and unrelenting in accomplishing goals. He could learn how to stand on his own two feet and while kids of celebs are spoiled, they also do begin making their way in the world a lot earlier. Through nepotism and privilege, but still the rest if on their shoulders.


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Post by: Stephanie on April 02, 2017, 11:16:28 am
Sounds like Wimpo had no say in sending Bruiser to this outlandish school.


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Post by: logically on April 02, 2017, 01:38:50 pm
I think she decided but when he wanted a traditional school she said but look at your schooling and how if damaged you and made you miserable.  She spun it back on him so he acquiesced and felt he was making a "decisive choice" to not traditional and to be modern.  Perhaps the closer school is full of very rich spoiled kids maybe there is something to not continuing his parent's lifestyle.  But at those prices the kids at Battersea are just as spoiled and rich but just more flaky about it.  But then again George's parents are not scholars and do not value education - they value social advancement and good times.  They are so full of themselves they don't want to see their reflection in the kids and families at the closer school.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on April 06, 2017, 08:40:55 pm
How ironic; William was born at the top of the heap and Kate herself is the epitome of the concept of spoiled brat. Both are shiftless flakes and frankly I think all this is because Kate doesn't want to be around the real titles since they know her for who she is.

Duchess Kate wants to keep George away from ‘the spoiled offspring of oligarchs’
http://www.celebitchy.com/529967/duchess_kate_wants_to_keep_george_away_from_the_spoiled_offspring_of_oligarchs/

Like she's one to put on airs of normalcy and homespun simplicity? A spoiled brat from the mainstream trash who can't even make an appearance without at least a dozen days of rest needed for one hour long engagement? Ironic how such a trashy woman has such high holy standards.


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Post by: sandy on April 06, 2017, 09:28:49 pm
She sounds so holier than thou. Like their pretending to be "better parents" because they avoid work to allegedly "spend time with the children." Such phonies


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Post by: dianab on April 06, 2017, 10:35:38 pm
this Thomas’s School is not far from the new US embassy in Nine Elms, so there may well be lots of American diplomats’ children there.


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Post by: livylivy on April 07, 2017, 06:09:39 pm
The point is IMHO that Kate is alienating and pushing George away from his own environment: George is not "normal" and as Kuei said, he will deal with "not normal people" mostly, yet she is still carrying on with this facade. He probably won' t learn how to handle his position, probably he may become another "normal George"  if UK is still a monarchy ( i doubt it)


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^Nice slap in the face to people who work hard and didn't come from parents who paved their way with money; George could learn a lot from oligarchs and rock stars about being determined, ruthless, and unrelenting in accomplishing goals. He could learn how to stand on his own two feet and while kids of celebs are spoiled, they also do begin making their way in the world a lot earlier. Through nepotism and privilege, but still the rest if on their shoulders
:thumbsup:


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Post by: Kuei Fei on April 07, 2017, 10:26:07 pm
She should have stayed among her own kind and not pushed her way into William's life if she didn't want to be uncomfortable around William's set. I am so glad I'm able to call her pretensions out and basically be upfront. Oligarchs have huge connections and the kids of these people are tough and very protected. His upbringing into royal life has to start now and not later and Kate had better just grow up and stop isolating herself and William from the very people who actually want to see her succeed as a royal duchess.


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Post by: FrederickLouis on April 16, 2017, 01:25:53 am
How much candy will Prince George get in his Easter basket?     
 :) :TCP: :) :TCP: :) :TCP: :) :TCP: :)


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Post by: deGuernsey on May 10, 2017, 05:38:47 am
I know the Winds have red heads in the family but do the Middletrash tribe?  Most have dark brown hair, no?


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Post by: Rosella on May 10, 2017, 06:21:23 am
As far as I know the Middletons never had any gingers. They could still carry a red hair gene though, as I do from my auburn haired grandmother, though I had dark brown hair. It's hard to tell from black and white photos what colour hair Carole and Mike's grandparents and grt grandparents had.


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Post by: deGuernsey on May 10, 2017, 11:20:11 am
That is my point exactly. I find it hard to believe KM has the gene it's much too convenient for her to have inherited it (just like Diana! And another!) so she too can have a red haired baby but one never knows....  :bored: I don't buy it and one more reason to see Members Only thread.... just too convenient for me... first the chocolate brown eyes and now the copperlocks little girl.... h?mmmm? :bored:


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Post by: gingerboy24 on May 10, 2017, 03:05:34 pm
^Yes, a very big hmmmmmmmmmmmm...............  Not buying any of it.


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Post by: Val on May 10, 2017, 03:11:54 pm
^

Me neither.


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Post by: india on May 10, 2017, 08:55:14 pm
It's all extremely suspicious. There are many questions being asked.


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Post by: deGuernsey on May 10, 2017, 09:41:58 pm
Well then that means she ain't Pips either not that I thought she was! According to scientists  (!!!) both parents need to have inherited the so-called red haired gene in order for a child to be born a ginger and even less likely to have a ginger child if neither of the parents are a ginger themselves.... just saying... andd I know first hand it's quirky and a bit confusing...


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Post by: deGuernsey on May 11, 2017, 12:47:25 am
Since it is the next day this isn't considered a double post, right? :shy: I just watched a few clips of PC and PG in Canada taken during the holitour and then compared them to still photos taken by KM and then by real photographers and I can see three different looks to the little girl and only in KMs photoshopped pics does PC even remotely look like the viper. They video is the most accurate view we have of the children's looks even though a filter is being used. The professional pics look more like the video and then there is the obvious attempt to change the children's looks to con people into believing they are bio winds and medds. Little PG looks nothing like MM whilst seen in video. It seems the eyes are opened up and the eyebrow to hairline is moved back whilst PC face looks bigger and brighter and lighter than in video. I know it is cold England, the children are.older and features change etc but it seems odd. I do so hope this isn't off topic here. Sorry mods if it is. PG sure seems to be growing like a weed I'd love to see them in video today to see how they have grown.


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Post by: Little light on May 11, 2017, 01:14:42 am
Hopefully we shall see some video of George on his first day of school, so that might be illuminating.

It is harder to edit a moving image, not impossible, just harder.

I know Hollywood does it a lot. Jurassic Park, where the young girl looks up when chased by velociraptor, and in Gladiator when Oliver Reed had already died. But they have a lot of good editing techniques and editors to do it properly.


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Post by: Val on May 11, 2017, 05:49:57 am
He should be in the pipster's wedding pics according to Ma who wants him in a sailor's suit just like Willy was.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on May 11, 2017, 08:31:26 am
^^^ Probably why hidden away most of the time and photos monitored.


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Post by: deGuernsey on May 11, 2017, 09:45:11 am
I'd  just looove it if PG said something about his hair being dyed. It would be a hoot! Or if someone asked him if KM dyes his hair. In public. In front of a camera. I bet his response would be classic.


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Post by: india on May 11, 2017, 01:45:41 pm
Since The Viper has been bleaching his hair most of his life, he probably thinks it is completely normal. He doesn't  know any other way. I would say that is definitely a form of child abuse.


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Post by: Fly on the wall on May 17, 2017, 02:28:26 am
Prince William reveals 'noisy' Prince George loves dinosaurs and stickers

Prince William opened up about his three-year-old son Prince George during a visit to the Royal Marsden Hospital on Tuesday. The future King was speaking to child patients at the hospital when he revealed that George is "big into" stickers and dinosaurs, and is also very "noisy". William, who is president of the Royal Marsden, spent time at the children's unit where he met Charlie Miller, a three-year-old leukaemia patient gluing stickers. "Very impressive gluing," said William. "George likes doing his stickers. He is big into his stickers. He likes dinosaurs. Do you like dinosaurs, Charlie?"
http://www.hellomagazine.com/royalty/2017051638985/prince-william-prince-george-dinosaurs/


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Post by: HRH Tiana of NOLA on May 17, 2017, 04:05:55 am
Do they ever have anything nice to say about that baby? Shesh!


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Post by: gingerboy24 on May 17, 2017, 01:52:57 pm
Don´t all sprogs that age enjoy stickers, gluing etc.  It really shows how little he knows about sprogs and what they get up to.  I used to love gluing, sticking, etc.  A pretty normal thing to do.  And boys are noisy critters, something else that is normal, and yet he has to mention it.  Probably only sees the sprogs once a week, if they are unlucky.


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Post by: YooperModerator on May 17, 2017, 02:26:50 pm
What is so ironic and troubling about these two is their supposed commitment to mental health and yet they constantly say negative things about their children which has been proven to cause long-term emotional damage. 


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Post by: gingerboy24 on May 17, 2017, 02:45:52 pm
^I personally do not think they have a commitment to mental health. There was an article in one of the British papers, I truly do not remember which one, think it was in several, where it said that the odd trio were only going to take the situation with Heads Together as far as the London Marathon and it was job finish.  Once a lot of money was made for the charity from the Marathon, and a lot of good press, they decided to continue with it.  Not exactly much commitment there until there was some big pr in it for them.  Thankfully many saw through it.  The point is, nobody was ever told that they were hanging their hat after the Marathon, they kept that very close to their chests didn´t they.


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Post by: kolkomilko on May 17, 2017, 03:45:16 pm
^^ Yes, they should think before saying something, depends on where they are and what to say.


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Post by: YooperModerator on May 17, 2017, 03:50:52 pm
^Well, there's the rub, kolkomiko.  In order to think one must have a properly functioning brain.  And a heart.  See?  They do need the Wizard of Oz.


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Post by: Stephanie on May 20, 2017, 04:23:06 pm
Bruiser crying and Viperette licking a basket: those poor kids are totally uncomfortable around Waity.
http://68.media.tumblr.com/157350502275577a243662984c2f9f9c/tumblr_oq96ymUENQ1sgovsyo6_500.jpg


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Post by: gingerboy24 on May 20, 2017, 04:28:53 pm
No doubt that is why they dragged Nanny Maria along.  As soon as the cameras stop rolling they will be pushed of with NM.  When they arrived at Wellington on the Down Under trip, all that carrying sprog I down the plane stapes (remember crotchgate), all the mumsy pr.  One of the people who work at the airport said it was comical, as soon as the cameras stopped rolling the sprog was bundled off hastily to NM with wasty and bill medd going off in a different car.  Poor old NM left left "holding the baby".  They made poor NM wear that dreadful outfit to sprog II christening as well  -  doesn´t exactly look impressed to be wearing it does she  -  can´t say I blame her, looks like a used floor rag.


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Post by: dianab on May 20, 2017, 04:36:12 pm
The kids will be tall like William (& Diana)... but looking like the Middletons (Carole, Pippa and Mike)


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Post by: buflesse on May 20, 2017, 04:53:56 pm
Bruiser crying and Viperette licking a basket: those poor kids are totally uncomfortable around Waity.
http://68.media.tumblr.com/157350502275577a243662984c2f9f9c/tumblr_oq96ymUENQ1sgovsyo6_500.jpg

It's sad, almost like some kind of Victorian arrangement where the sprogs get wheeled out for an hour a day. No surprise that they're the most badly behaved out of all the kids. Embarrassing.


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Post by: HRHOlya on May 20, 2017, 06:20:12 pm
The "licking a basket" bit had me laughing!
Astonishing really that the precious "royals" were the worst behaved and even worse how Waity ignored G crying, smothering C with attention and then finally berating G for crying. Even worse is her driving off with her two sprogs, whilst the other kids stayed behind - she was the one attending to them and then left them!! She was the unofficial matron/ bridesmaid of honour and did all the role required, but then zoomed off instantly, bride & groom and the kids were still at the church entrance! Those two sprogs are so isolated, would have been much more fun for them to be with the other kids and be wheeled off together, but no, the "normal royals" get very normal special treatment, as always.


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Post by: buflesse on May 20, 2017, 07:40:21 pm
^ I do think that Charlotte is definitely the favourite child. Probably because Waity sees her as a future mini me.


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Post by: HRHOlya on May 20, 2017, 07:45:25 pm
^ Likely, don't forget either her name: Charlotte Elizabeth Diana ...

Where did Bill the Plumber disappear to? Waity clearly in over her head with just the two of her own, never mind the other kids, nanny M couldn't do much as the press & public would have seen too much of their actual interactions, so where was hands-on father of the year Willnot to help with a crying G and a lost & clingy C? We saw him arrive, did he leave through the backdoor running away from his family?


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Post by: sandy on May 20, 2017, 10:56:17 pm
It is annoying to see the royalists rant in the comments section of the DM that Charlotte looks Exactly like the Queen. It's like those cheesy soap operas where the same actress plays the great grandmother and the great granddaughter. George did not look happy in those knee breeches


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Post by: meememe on May 20, 2017, 11:29:07 pm
If I may add a comment about the arrival in NZ. They gave George to Nanny on arrival as they went straight to an official engagement - the welcome at Government House - and so it made sense to send him with Nanny to get settled at where he was going to stay while they were there. They didn't go somewhere to get changed first.


As for the wedding - to me it looks like George is developing a similar attitude to William at that age - no discipline and no idea how to behave in public but he was, it seems, better behaved than William was at Andrew's wedding. I do think having so many very young children is always going to have problems as when one plays up the others often follow.

Charlotte is clearly the favourite because she is the girl and we know that William wanted a girl first and Charles wanted a daughter as well so this is the first girl for either of them.

George will learn, very soon, however, that in the long run he will be top dog - if he doesn't realise that already (Charles suggested that he was about 3 - 4 when he realised that he was going to be King - but he also went to his mother's coronation about then and had the Queen Mum telling him that the next time there was a coronation it would be his).

Charlotte - to me - clearly looks like the Queen - as I have said before though, not as a little girl but as she is now. She has that 'old face'. I don't see much Middleton in her but George is all Middleton. I don't see any Spencer in either of them.


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Post by: Alexandrine on May 20, 2017, 11:40:33 pm
I see George and I see Will. But I do not see the Queen on Charlotte. lol


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Post by: sandy on May 20, 2017, 11:47:12 pm
If I may add a comment about the arrival in NZ. They gave George to Nanny on arrival as they went straight to an official engagement - the welcome at Government House - and so it made sense to send him with Nanny to get settled at where he was going to stay while they were there. They didn't go somewhere to get changed first.


As for the wedding - to me it looks like George is developing a similar attitude to William at that age - no discipline and no idea how to behave in public but he was, it seems, better behaved than William was at Andrew's wedding. I do think having so many very young children is always going to have problems as when one plays up the others often follow.

Charlotte is clearly the favourite because she is the girl and we know that William wanted a girl first and Charles wanted a daughter as well so this is the first girl for either of them.

George will learn, very soon, however, that in the long run he will be top dog - if he doesn't realise that already (Charles suggested that he was about 3 - 4 when he realised that he was going to be King - but he also went to his mother's coronation about then and had the Queen Mum telling him that the next time there was a coronation it would be his).

Charlotte - to me - clearly looks like the Queen - as I have said before though, not as a little girl but as she is now. She has that 'old face'. I don't see much Middleton in her but George is all Middleton. I don't see any Spencer in either of them.

George and Charlotte IMO both look like Middletons. I don't see her looking like the Queen.  Charlotte looks like a toddler and does not have an old face. She looks like Kate's mini me in one of the photos where they both smile.

I hope George won't be treated like the "top dog" within the family.  Charlotte will one day be a Princess Royal.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on May 21, 2017, 10:58:34 am
^Agree, IMO she has always looked meddledoom, nothing of HM in her at all.  Sprong I also looks very meddledoom.  Mimi me´s of pa medd and council caro those two.


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Post by: buflesse on May 21, 2017, 01:53:56 pm
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DARp6jGWAAIC-dm.jpg  :sob:

Big contrast https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DASQqp_XgAAecv2.jpg

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2017/05/20/14/40926A5B00000578-4524842-Uh_oh_The_Duchess_lost_her_cool_as_she_told_Prince_George_to_qui-a-21_1495288238230.jpg


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Post by: india on May 21, 2017, 02:24:05 pm
Council Cath is certainly showing her low rent roots in the way that she is castigating her supposed children. Evil witch that she is.


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Post by: Snowpea on May 21, 2017, 03:24:04 pm
^ I do think that Charlotte is definitely the favourite child. Probably because Waity sees her as a future mini me.

More like a Mini Council Caro. The resemblance is uncanny.  For Georgie beginning to really see Pa Middleton but no William.

Why are children carrying empty baskets? Are they taking a collection?


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Post by: Little light on May 21, 2017, 06:11:44 pm
^^

In that first photo Buflesse, I really feel for that wee lad. He looks such a lost soul there. Utterly bereft like he can do nothing right.

Imagine the misery he's going through. I'm relieved he has Nanny Maria there to show him love.


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Post by: YooperModerator on May 21, 2017, 06:31:26 pm
George is the only kid who caused a fuss at the wedding which is indicative of a lack of consistent discipline (the good, solid, loving kind).  I also see a little tyrant who is not receiving the best example, perhaps, from his father.  I have very little doubt that PW is very demanding and if he, and Kate, always manage to say something negative about him in public, imagine what's said within earshot at home.


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Post by: Whiffy Leaks on May 21, 2017, 08:40:12 pm
They don't seem to know how to interact with the other children. And notice immediately after how Waity separated them even more from the others. Something very odd there.


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Post by: Snowpea on May 21, 2017, 09:26:54 pm
George is the only kid who caused a fuss at the wedding which is indicative of a lack of consistent discipline (the good, solid, loving kind).  I also see a little tyrant who is not receiving the best example, perhaps, from his father.  I have very little doubt that PW is very demanding and if he, and Kate, always manage to say something negative about him in public, imagine what's said within earshot at home.

Willy is probably treating him the same way he was treated. God Help Us.


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Post by: sandy on May 21, 2017, 11:45:15 pm
There's a difference. I don't recall Diana and Charles constantly complaining about their children when they were young. They had photo ops with them and seemed very proud of their children. William appears to grumble more about them and excessively.


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Post by: HRH Tiana of NOLA on May 22, 2017, 01:49:32 am
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DARp6jGWAAIC-dm.jpg  :sob:

Big contrast https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DASQqp_XgAAecv2.jpg

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2017/05/20/14/40926A5B00000578-4524842-Uh_oh_The_Duchess_lost_her_cool_as_she_told_Prince_George_to_qui-a-21_1495288238230.jpg

Poor little guy. I just want to pick him up and tell him everything is going to be ok.


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Post by: Snowpea on May 22, 2017, 02:03:26 am
There's a difference. I don't recall Diana and Charles constantly complaining about their children when they were young. They had photo ops with them and seemed very proud of their children. William appears to grumble more about them and excessively.

I think William was treated as the Golden Boy and probably spoiled. These children are not being raised properly - they are being treated like show ponies.


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Post by: sandy on May 22, 2017, 02:12:23 am
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DARp6jGWAAIC-dm.jpg  :sob:

Big contrast https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DASQqp_XgAAecv2.jpg

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2017/05/20/14/40926A5B00000578-4524842-Uh_oh_The_Duchess_lost_her_cool_as_she_told_Prince_George_to_qui-a-21_1495288238230.jpg

Poor little guy. I just want to pick him up and tell him everything is going to be ok.

I hope George has friends that he met at school. He sure could use them.  Kate seemed to forget that her children are not little adults.


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Post by: dianab on May 22, 2017, 03:33:13 am
Kate was right IMO. It was wrong of George tramples on wedding dress train of Pippa. It's behavior of spoiled kids without limits. I hope Nanny Maria is NOT like the nannies that Charles and Willliam had... saying to George he's special because he was born future king and all he does is right because that. Olga Barnes was seen many times telling William and Harry off when they were in this same age and they cried too. Diana appreciated her discipline. the other nanny that William had was fired because his behavior at Andrew wedding. She was always saying how special and entitled he should be because his position as future king


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Post by: CathyJane on May 22, 2017, 04:17:26 am
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DARp6jGWAAIC-dm.jpg  :sob:

Big contrast https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DASQqp_XgAAecv2.jpg

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2017/05/20/14/40926A5B00000578-4524842-Uh_oh_The_Duchess_lost_her_cool_as_she_told_Prince_George_to_qui-a-21_1495288238230.jpg

Poor little guy. I just want to pick him up and tell him everything is going to be ok.

I know. He looks so lost and sad.


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Post by: CathyJane on May 22, 2017, 04:18:45 am
Kate was right IMO. It was wrong of George tramples on wedding dress train of Pippa. It's behavior of spoiled kids without limits. I hope Nanny Maria is NOT like the nannies that Charles and Willliam had... saying to George he's special because he was born future king and all he does is right because that. Olga Barnes was seen many times telling William and Harry off when they were in this same age and they cried too. Diana appreciated her discipline. the other nanny that William had was fired because his behavior at Andrew wedding. She was always saying how special and entitled he should be because his position as future king


I wonder if George actually did step on Pip's train. W&W seem to enjoy saying mean things about him.  :shy:


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Post by: HRHOlya on May 22, 2017, 09:45:33 am
^ I'm not so sure about the stepping on the train story either. Pippa never stopped walking or showed any sign that sth was amiss, and someone stepping on your garments would make you stop and anyone would look back to see what was going on - maybe it caught somewhere and by going on you risk damage.  :dontknow:

But I do agree that kids need to be disciplined, no matter who the kids or parents are. It's the right thing to do, esp with younger kids where you can't say "we'll discuss this later", "later" is too late with kids this young.
Though if the sprogs were socialized and more often out & about, they would have handled it better.


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Post by: Stephanie on May 22, 2017, 10:00:56 am
Here we see Waity adjusting Pipster's dress and Bruiser wandering off towards her.
He may have stepped on the train accidentally.
Pipster didn't even notice it but Waity goes into full meltdown modus and humiliates poor Bruiser for the whole world to see.
http://www.ok.co.uk/celebrity-news/1078526/the-reason-prince-george-cried-at-pippa-middletons-wedding


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Post by: deGuernsey on May 22, 2017, 11:16:10 am
Kate was right IMO. It was wrong of George tramples on wedding dress train of Pippa. It's behavior of spoiled kids without limits. I hope Nanny Maria is NOT like the nannies that Charles and Willliam had... saying to George he's special because he was born future king and all he does is right because that. Olga Barnes was seen many times telling William and Harry off when they were in this same age and they cried too. Diana appreciated her discipline. the other nanny that William had was fired because his behavior at Andrew wedding. She was always saying how special and entitled he should be because his position as future king


I wonder if George actually did step on Pip's train. W&W seem to enjoy saying mean things about him.  :shy:
Does anyone have a video of that incident because the still photos show an over aggressive idiot yelling at a three year old child who was probably overwhelmed by everything going on around him. He deserves the respect to be spoken to nicely but firmly and have his behaviour explained to him and the reasons given why he was in the wrong and what can be done to hopefully prevent this action from occurring. .. in fact, the children should have been told what not to do "step on pippa's train" before the wedding so they could be extra careful not to do so. If they were too young or immature to handle the situation they should have sat this one out. There's no excuse for this bullshyt. And it seemed KM was taking Pippa side over the little boy which is a big nono   bignono not done EVER. Another epic fail. You dont yell at a child like that in public unless he is doing something to harm himself or someone else. It's demeaning and abusive and causes possible behavioural and emotional issues and its not like she is overwhelmed by raising a child and so sometimes things get heated between parent and child etc she has nannies. She's such a bytch. The poor little boy.  :bat: If Diana behaved like this its no wonder PW and PH have issues... :thumbsdown:


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Post by: sandy on May 22, 2017, 01:26:15 pm
It could have been an accident that he stepped on the train. Diana never yelled at the children that way, Diana did not behave that way. PW and PH have their own issues which their parents are not responsible for.


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Post by: dianab on May 22, 2017, 01:46:28 pm
Kate YELLED at George? BTW Olga Barnes was photographed telling a 4 years old William off at  aPolo event and yes he end up crying. From all the accounts George is a rascal... well he acted as one. Kate has faults. But here she was right. (as hard as it is for many posters here) Give the credit where it's due


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Post by: deGuernsey on May 22, 2017, 01:54:56 pm
^ Yelling was not the correct word for her behaviour. I do not agree with adults telling children off. That is not discipline.  KM is in the wrong. If a nanny told my children off I'd tell her off and send her packing. It would take quite a lot for me to restrain myself and not punch her in her foul mouth.  :bat:   But that's just me. To each her own opinion.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on May 22, 2017, 02:24:19 pm
^Agree she was in the wrong.  She should have taken him to one side, quietly, and behind a wall or bush, and given him what for in a firm manner, not do it in public with all the photographers etc around.  Mean old bag, just like council caro.  Showed hereself up at the end of the day, and what a mean machine she is. 


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Post by: sandy on May 22, 2017, 03:44:41 pm
The worst thing though was the expression on her face. It is not know how loud or the tone of the voice was but the angry expression would have frightened George.


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Post by: kolkomilko on May 22, 2017, 03:50:55 pm
Her face reminds me of a face of devil witch in tales. She looked terrible.


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Post by: deGuernsey on May 22, 2017, 04:32:31 pm
^^^  :thumbsup: exactly.


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Post by: india on May 22, 2017, 06:40:13 pm
 What a mean old gutter snipe berating that poor child like a fish monger's wife. This is unacceptable behavior. If he accidentally stepped on Pip's gown, he probably didn't realize it and furthermore Pip didn't even act like he did anything. This just show everything you need to know about Council Cath: You Can Take The Girl Out Of The Council Estate But You Can't Take The Council Estate Out Of The Girl. Blood will out every time.


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Post by: HRHOlya on May 22, 2017, 07:50:37 pm
The story in the papers was that supposedly C stepped accidentally on P's train and G then on purpose.

Child rearing always brings out fierce debates, so it's basically pointless to argue.

I do agree with Waity disciplining her children, esp if the story is true and he did it on purpose. Kids that small have to be disciplined immediately, kids of an older age can be disciplined at a later point in the day, and then I agree it has to be done behind closed doors. And I'm serious in saying bravo Kate for doing your motherly duty, we know you're not hands-on, but I guess you took action when it was needed, so for once well done.

A nanny's job is to tell off her charges, if she doesn't discipline and do what she's employed for (raising the kids into hopefully good adults - like parents are supposed  to as well), then what good is she? Even if I were to employ a babysitter for a couple of hours, I'd expect for the babysitter to be firm when needed and not let the child rule the roost and boss the adult around and do as s/he pleases. A nanny is there round the clock, so she needs to be a second parent and not raise a spoilt entitled little brat. If true what I read, then Bill's behaviour at Andy & Fergie's wedding was down to a useless nanny, who pandered to him because he was the future king, instead of raising a child. So Diana fired her and employed a nanny who did what she was supposed to do, raise a kid properly, and thus Olga Powell came on the scene. We all know Olga was a disciplinarian.

People these days are over sensitive. It is quite reasonable imo for strangers to watch out for kids and at times to tell them off a bit, anyone who's at least babysat (and I have, kids of all ages through the years, might I add all of them family and the odd neighbour's kid) knows how hard it is to keep an eye on them all the time. Sometimes you just check the time and the little rascals have vanished or stolen another kid's teddy, it happens to the best.
In my family it is quite normal to look out for each other's kids and tell them off when appropriate. No biggie at all. Then others get their knickers in a twist, they blindly defend their kid and that helps raise a spoilt little brat, because they know that mummy &/ or daddy won't have anyone as much as look at precious little entitled snowflake. Kids will sometimes behave much better when a stranger tells them "no / stop it" than when a parent does.

Maybe we're not all on the same page what "telling off" means, I don't know, but as I said, child rearing talks can very often derail very quickly because everyone has a strong opinion about it.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on May 22, 2017, 08:00:56 pm
^Have to disagree on that one  -  I personally do not think bravo council cath for ticking him off in public like that, especially knowing that there were many photographers there.  It would have been far kinder to have done it quietly, behind the scenes, she could have taken him the other side of the wall.  Child rearing is never easy, but no way would I have ever behaved the way she did with sprog I on Saturday with any of my children.  It was also in front of the other children there as well.  Sorry, but in no way am I with council cath on this one.  No fan of sprog I but felt really sorry for him the way she treated him, and that mean mouth of hers as well.  The nanny was there as we know, and she does not look a push over, maybe council cath was flexing her muscles and trying to intimate that she is the displinarian, when all the time it is nanny behind the scenes.  IMO it was despicable behaviour on her part and not the right thing to do.  We all raise our kids differently, be a strange world if we didn´t, however it does not mean we have to approve of what people do to their kids, and on this occasion I most strongly disapprove of what she did.


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Post by: HRHOlya on May 22, 2017, 08:22:54 pm
^ The nanny part was bizarre, they I think didn't think it through: they stuck her in the Norland uniform to show her her place and remind her that she's a servant, whilst showing the world that they truly have servants, because real life upstairs downstairs dontchaknow, but then she had to dodge everyone, come by herself and largely whilst being seen try not to be seen. As soon as they entered the church nanny M took over, visible in the pics, and after the service she had to remain behind.. The Midds didn't know what to go for: Show the world they have a servant - Norland nanny or pretend that Waity is a hands-on involved mum.
In the end it backfired massively, the Midds showed again what awful people they are and Waity didn't know how to handle a handful of children and then took it out on her own. On G only though, cause he's bruiser and C E Diana is favourite.

I'm still not sure what happened though for Waity to give G the bollocking he got (for the 1st time I felt heartbroken for him after seeing that pic of him where he looks super sad and has his brows furrowed), and I only agree with her actions if the story is true that he stepped on purpose on P's train, but even then it's truly debatable, because we haven't witnessed the whole thing first hand.  :dontknow:


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Post by: YooperModerator on May 22, 2017, 09:40:39 pm
I have no idea what happened; I can only go by what I see.  And what I see is the end product of ineffective parenting.  They started this mindset before George even landed at the wedding by publicly stating how much she hoped he'd behave.  That was translated and is translated at home.  Of that I have no doubt.

In addition, unlike other royal families w/children (Sweden, for example) W/K are not giving their children the gift of knowing how to behave in public because they've locked those kids down.  They are not doing them any favors.  Gently guiding them to be comfortable in large groups and to understand the importance of other people, children and guests is an integral part of their place in life.  And, frankly, that's part of their jobs not only as parents but as, for now, a future figure head who will require the necessary skills and not be a total nutjob like his father, I believe.

There's a public face and private face for these people and that's what people expect and that's the way it should be.  Or else be Joe and Jane Average.


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Post by: dianab on May 22, 2017, 09:47:09 pm
The story in the papers was that supposedly C stepped accidentally on P's train and G then on purpose.

Child rearing always brings out fierce debates, so it's basically pointless to argue.

I do agree with Waity disciplining her children, esp if the story is true and he did it on purpose. Kids that small have to be disciplined immediately
, kids of an older age can be disciplined at a later point in the day, and then I agree it has to be done behind closed doors. And I'm serious in saying bravo Kate for doing your motherly duty, we know you're not hands-on, but I guess you took action when it was needed, so for once well done.

A nanny's job is to tell off her charges, if she doesn't discipline and do what she's employed for (raising the kids into hopefully good adults - like parents are supposed  to as well), then what good is she? Even if I were to employ a babysitter for a couple of hours, I'd expect for the babysitter to be firm when needed and not let the child rule the roost and boss the adult around and do as s/he pleases. A nanny is there round the clock, so she needs to be a second parent and not raise a spoilt entitled little brat. If true what I read, then Bill's behaviour at Andy & Fergie's wedding was down to a useless nanny, who pandered to him because he was the future king, instead of raising a child. So Diana fired her and employed a nanny who did what she was supposed to do, raise a kid properly, and thus Olga Powell came on the scene. We all know Olga was a disciplinarian.

People these days are over sensitive. It is quite reasonable imo for strangers to watch out for kids and at times to tell them off a bit, anyone who's at least babysat (and I have, kids of all ages through the years, might I add all of them family and the odd neighbour's kid) knows how hard it is to keep an eye on them all the time. Sometimes you just check the time and the little rascals have vanished or stolen another kid's teddy, it happens to the best.
In my family it is quite normal to look out for each other's kids and tell them off when appropriate. No biggie at all. Then others get their knickers in a twist, they blindly defend their kid and that helps raise a spoilt little brat, because they know that mummy &/ or daddy won't have anyone as much as look at precious little entitled snowflake. Kids will sometimes behave much better when a stranger tells them "no / stop it" than when a parent does.

Maybe we're not all on the same page what "telling off" means, I don't know, but as I said, child rearing talks can very often derail very quickly because everyone has a strong opinion about it.
WELL SAID!

PERFECT POST :thankyou:


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Post by: sandy on May 22, 2017, 11:44:05 pm
William and Kate need to get the children used to people and not lock them in for months never seen. They are both going to be before cameras as they grow up, One is the heir the other is the first Princess born to a future King in a generation. Hiding them out is not the answer. They need to get used to the way of life as senior royals.


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Post by: HRHOlya on May 23, 2017, 03:19:12 pm
^^^ & ^ Very true, I agree.

^^  :thankyou:


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Post by: marion on May 24, 2017, 01:03:47 pm
This was taken at pip's wedding around the time with scolded him..he looks frightened, cowed almost. What on earth is going on in that family.

https://felix2001a.tumblr.com/image/161001288085


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Post by: india on May 24, 2017, 01:41:02 pm
I would assume from the looks of Prince George that he is terrified of Council Cath. Terrified. No telling what she does to him behind closed doors.


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Post by: sandy on May 24, 2017, 02:11:46 pm
Maybe down the road, a new "Mommie Dearest" book will be in the offing


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Post by: india on May 24, 2017, 04:43:08 pm
Something should be done about this.


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Post by: Little light on May 24, 2017, 10:58:19 pm
Absolutely. royal or commoner, the welfare of children should be paramount.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on May 25, 2017, 09:38:12 pm
I am os utterly fed up.

She had those kids to cement her place in the BRF and second, I am fed up with the 'martyr mother' complex that Kate has. I am fed up with her constant victim narrative and constant BS about how the kids are such a pain and how miserably isolated she feels. All about her fantasy of being a victim.

She's victimizing her kids and I am fed up with all of it. Throw her out of the BRF and let her be the eternal victim.


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Post by: india on May 25, 2017, 09:50:36 pm
^Wish it would happen but I can't see The Idiot Prince Weakling doing it. It would be wonderful though.


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Post by: YooperModerator on May 25, 2017, 09:58:30 pm
^^Have to agree, KF.  There's no excuse for public whining on her part about anything.  It's extremely unseemly considering her advantages.  Especially when it comes to how she struggles with parenting.  Give me a break.  And it's borderline bullying, which she supposedly suffered under, towards her son. 


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Post by: marion on May 25, 2017, 10:35:25 pm
Considering how she "champions" mental health issues esp in young people I think k she is o e big hypocrite. If anyone else is going to have mental health issues it is PG from the recent pics we've seen.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on May 26, 2017, 03:08:40 am
^^Have to agree, KF.  There's no excuse for public whining on her part about anything.  It's extremely unseemly considering her advantages.  Especially when it comes to how she struggles with parenting. Give me a break. And it's borderline bullying, which she supposedly suffered under, towards her son.

She chose this life and hurt a lot of people on her way up! I am SICK of brats like her going all moral after they get what they want and frankly I am fed up with how she fronts like she was betrothed since birth. She pushed for all of this and if she is lonely, ti is because she hasn't even tried to be civil. If they don't like her, that is their choice and she was surely warned as she went along. She had to have seen that she was making a huge mistake. She should have seen that she was sick of fighting and she should have thought twice before this kid came along. People don't even sympathize with her at all.


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Post by: india on May 29, 2017, 12:25:27 am
There should never being any sympathy for Council Cath. Never. On the other hand, there needs to be a lot of sympathy for George. She is abusive towards him. He is terrified of her. No telling what she does to him behind closed doors. She doesn't treat Carole's mini me at all like this. She adores her. She is hateful and mean to George.


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Post by: HRH Tiana of NOLA on May 29, 2017, 01:05:19 am
^George was a means to an end. A way to secure her future. Charlotte is her favorite accessory. The thing that she believes will get her closer to being the second coming of Diana.


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Post by: india on May 29, 2017, 01:39:55 am
^ Well, she can just forget that. Her favorite accessory is a mini me of The Viper. She is The Viperette. No second coming of beautiful Diana.


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Post by: leogirl on May 29, 2017, 07:39:13 am
I feel bad for poor George. Kate scolding him in public and William never having anything nice to say about him. I worry about his future, with parents who treat him like that, he could end up with mental health issues in the future, or being on a constant pity party.


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Post by: YooperModerator on May 29, 2017, 08:55:40 am
The problem with George is that he requires effort and muddies the perfect image she wants to sell.  News Flash, Kate:  Kids can be difficult sometimes.  I have never read of any public person complaining about their small children in public or print the way she, and PW, do.  Not even Trump does that!  They're not showing signs of being proper parents unless the child is manageable, quiet and docile.  She's an awful parent from what I see.

Can she do anything right and with a true heart?  Still waiting...


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Post by: marion on May 29, 2017, 08:59:46 am
Don't hold your breath Yooper!

William appears to grumble more about them and excessively.

Maybe there's a good reason for that.....see Member's only section.!!!


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Post by: Val on May 29, 2017, 10:21:18 am
Cath and Bill think that their inane utterances make them sound like hands on parents.  Insiders say they have little involvement and certainly not in the way other parents do.  Remember that awful staged Obama event too.


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Post by: leogirl on May 29, 2017, 10:22:30 am
George just acts like a little boy... are they upset because he's not a girl? Messed up, the BRF is. First they complain if they don't get boys, even willing to set aside a loving and faithful wife just to try and get a son from a mistress, and now it's all about the girls? How about just be happy with whatever kids you have, and find the good in all of them even if they're a handful.


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Post by: HRHOlya on May 29, 2017, 12:28:17 pm
^^ I think you're spot on. They think the constant complaining makes them sound like "hands-on" parents & they're trying to jump on the "parenting is so hard you guys, we're not perfect!" bandwagon that many successful people & blogs follow these days, just the modern formula for seeming "normal" & "approachable".


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Post by: FrederickLouis on May 30, 2017, 01:25:07 am
Would having a baby brother make George happy?


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Post by: sandy on May 30, 2017, 01:44:00 am
The Cambridges might not want more children but if so, the next one could be a baby sister.


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Post by: LadyAva on May 30, 2017, 05:54:49 am
I wonder if he gets to go n play dates. That's "normal " Wills??


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Post by: Stephanie on May 30, 2017, 01:20:36 pm
http://68.media.tumblr.com/f431c27db8ce9bfc4f317d8706f4b4af/tumblr_oqqldgtzCg1rgb0f5o1_1280.jpg


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Post by: deGuernsey on May 30, 2017, 01:27:16 pm
^ Beautiful children and father but they look nothing like midd or winds... the little ones are growing into their looks. PW looks like a single dad here before he remarries... :spy:


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Post by: sandy on May 30, 2017, 01:44:20 pm
Charlotte really does look like a Middleton in that photo.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on May 30, 2017, 07:53:32 pm
Clones of pa medd and council caro.  There is no fatherly bond there, they could be two sprogs he picked up at the local nursery centre as props for the photo shoot.  Just like there is no bond between him and council cath, but they keep trying to make us believe there is.  Another photoshopped jobbie by the look of it.


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Post by: Val on May 30, 2017, 10:06:56 pm
^

Yes something very odd about that pic and the sprogs not engaging with PW at all.  No doubt plonked there by the nanny as usual then wisked straight away by her back to where they are happiest.


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Post by: leogirl on May 31, 2017, 02:59:50 am
PW needs to wear appropriately-sized clothing. His shirt and trousers look a size or two too small. George looks photoshopped in... the lighting isn't quite right IMO.


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Post by: CathyJane on May 31, 2017, 02:31:31 pm
Char looks photo shopped in as well.


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Post by: Val on May 31, 2017, 11:20:55 pm
^

According to insiders they were cobbled together and rushed out as damage control due to the deluge of criticism over Cath's severe reprimanding of George at the pipster's nuptials.


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Post by: deGuernsey on May 31, 2017, 11:40:26 pm
^ I can believe it but can you imagine seeing a pic of yourself splashed all over the internet and in mags but you know you didn't sit for it? That's almost as bad as being congratulated for a baby you just know you couldn't have conceived because, well, you know...  lol :laugh:


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Post by: Kuei Fei on May 31, 2017, 11:45:22 pm
^According to insiders they were cobbled together and rushed out as damage control due to the deluge of criticism over Cath's severe reprimanding of George at the pipster's nuptials.

I don't know why they bother; no one believes they care about the kids, no one believes they are happily married, and no one believes that they care about the nation. This entire marriage was more one of convenience than one that would have been arranged between William and a real royal.


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Post by: deGuernsey on May 31, 2017, 11:52:45 pm
^ A matter of inconvenience is more like it. PW didn't  get anything out of this mess and he certainly didn't need the extra tax $$$ he has received since 2011. It really is stolen money now isn't it?


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Post by: dianab on June 01, 2017, 01:09:54 pm
Charlotte really does look like a Middleton in that photo.
I think Charlotte looks like a mini-Pippa - not so much a clone of Carole anymore.

http://68.media.tumblr.com/f431c27db8ce9bfc4f317d8706f4b4af/tumblr_oqqldgtzCg1rgb0f5o1_1280.jpg
Suprised this pic isnt the main healdline on DM lol


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Post by: marion on June 01, 2017, 05:40:35 pm
Willy's head def Photoshoped on


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Post by: deGuernsey on June 01, 2017, 09:03:09 pm
Is this the photo one of the posters was looking for?
https://www.instagram.com/p/BUvs08yBY1S/?taken-by=dukeofcambridge (https://www.instagram.com/p/BUvs08yBY1S/?taken-by=dukeofcambridge)



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Post by: leogirl on June 01, 2017, 11:14:42 pm
PW needs to stop wearing tight clothing. It's most unattractive.  :-X

But since this is the George thread, it seems odd that he's not really interacting with the kids in the pic. Not sure what PW is looking at. It looks like they each did their own photo shoot and someone Photoshopped them into a single photo.


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Post by: Val on June 02, 2017, 07:03:26 am
Desperate damage limitation going on and now in the DM more Diana stuff.   Next someone will photoshop the sprogs and PD for an 'aaah factor' what could have been article.  The truth is that the Medds would not have got within a foot of bill and there would be no bogus heirs, (see Members section)


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Post by: gingerboy24 on June 02, 2017, 02:58:16 pm
His head looks photoshopped on to him in all the photos, not sure it is his body, just his ugly head on the top of the body of someone else.  The guy who took these photos is stupid to allow his name to go on these photos  -  4 dysfunctional people, photographes seperately and cobbled together.  If the photographer is looking for work, in his shoes I would deny my name on those dire photos. Agree with what someone said, looks like photos taken of all 4, different times, and just thrown together.  What a dreadful, unattractive mish mash of photographs, nothing to be proud of at all.  Wonder if they tried black and white to hide the anomalies, of which there are many, and still pretty obvious even in black and white.


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Post by: Stephanie on June 05, 2017, 03:07:06 pm
http://radaronline.com/videos/queen-kate-parenting-royals/ :-
Bruiser has toys designed to calm him down... ???


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Post by: livylivy on June 05, 2017, 09:41:35 pm
^ oh yes, because he' s sooooo normal  lol :laugh:


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Post by: leogirl on June 06, 2017, 09:49:25 am
It's probably just a standard time-out zone but the way it was worded made it sound very odd.

It would be nice if Kate was as hands-on as the article seems to indicate, but based on the way her kids act around her in public I don't think they're close at all.  :dontknow:


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Post by: Fernanda Nunes on June 06, 2017, 07:59:42 pm
http://38.media.tumblr.com/3e6cc9c221627ea765a31430397bccf3/tumblr_npvvyd628Y1swv4gbo1_250.gif
She seems like a great mother to him, but just can not forget that he is just a baby  :cookie:


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Post by: leogirl on June 06, 2017, 08:31:04 pm
^ Her kids act like they don't know her in public and when they went to Canada she and her husband handed the kids back to the nanny as soon as the photo op was over. Could she one day be a good mum? Of course. But right now I don't think she spends much time with her kids. Maybe she doesn't like young children and will bond with them when they get older? I hope so.  :flower:


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Post by: Kuei Fei on June 06, 2017, 08:33:03 pm
She might not like them as infants, but the way she's acting, she's damaging them. They're still human beings and these are their formative years.


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Post by: Fernanda Nunes on June 06, 2017, 08:47:28 pm
I think this George is the most beautiful thing in the world, cuter, he makes us want to pick up him on our lap and fill with kiss  :oooh: :oooh: :oooh: :oooh: kisss


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Post by: sandy on June 06, 2017, 08:56:34 pm
I hope she does not continue to dress George like the way his father dressed.


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Post by: leogirl on June 07, 2017, 01:08:31 am
^^ George is a very cute little boy.  :flower:

^ I too am sick of the copycat outfits. This isn't the eighties and from what I understand William's outfits were a little dated even back then.


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Post by: FrederickLouis on June 07, 2017, 01:12:45 am
Did Princess Diana and Prince Charles select William's clothes?


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Post by: Kuei Fei on June 07, 2017, 01:30:40 am
^^ George is a very cute little boy.  :flower:
^ I too am sick of the copycat outfits. This isn't the eighties and from what I understand William's outfits were a little dated even back then.

The Windsors are still determined to dress like either it's the Edwardian era or that perhaps they think that if they look dumpy and dowdy and unstylish, that they'll turn into people who are taken seriously and seen as down to earth. They think that since they dress in business suits, that they have business acumen.


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Post by: kolkomilko on June 07, 2017, 08:00:07 am
^ Her kids act like they don't know her in public and when they went to Canada she and her husband handed the kids back to the nanny as soon as the photo op was over. Could she one day be a good mum? Of course. But right now I don't think she spends much time with her kids. Maybe she doesn't like young children and will bond with them when they get older? I hope so.  :flower:

^ Agree. She always seems to be nervous with the "family" in public because the sprogs want to go to Maria and don't obey.


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Post by: india on June 07, 2017, 12:46:25 pm
I would be nervous too in public with her so called family. Number One: George is most unpleasant child who doesn't know how to behave in public. I find him singularly unattractive. The Viperette is the spit of The Viper......need I say more about the quality of her looks. And she appears to be not right. Number Two: it is absolutely obvious that Council Cath has nothing to do with these two except when they are rolled out for PR purposes. They are scared of her. Especially George. Terrified. There is no telling how he will react to her. Look at the way she berated him at Leatherette's media fest wedding like a fish monger's wife.  Screaming at him with her long stretched out man finger up in the air. And that ugly fascinator positioned on her big bloated Potato Head Sag Face like an anemic cow pie ready to slide off and plop on him. Those two procured children are going to be severely scarred for life being subjected to this harridan of a freak. And karma is a b*tch you know. They may just get back at her when they grow up.


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Post by: sandy on June 07, 2017, 12:58:44 pm
She really needs to get rid of the ugly fascinators. I think the kids are Middletons through and through. I doubt there is anything wrong with Charlotte but she is going to grow up to look like Pippa and probably down the road have the Huge Society wedding like Auntie Pippa did. Carole will be there to oversee the wedding.


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Post by: Val on June 07, 2017, 01:41:35 pm
^^
Your descriptions are perfect India and reflect the thoughts of many according to polls and newspaper commenters.  Those working close say he is a difficult and unpleasant child and often appears very troubled but that's sadly not surprising.


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Post by: sandy on June 07, 2017, 01:44:58 pm
William was difficult at that age. But William and Harry did not look scared of their Mother.


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Post by: india on June 07, 2017, 03:15:19 pm
^ William and Harry loved their mother and she loved them. This was evident in every photograph shown. And of course, she was their natural mother. Not two PR props that Prince Brute and the Vipererette are. Makes a HUGE  difference.


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Post by: marion on June 07, 2017, 03:22:06 pm
All the difference in the world


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Post by: Fernanda Nunes on June 07, 2017, 04:34:51 pm
^ William and Harry loved their mother and she loved them. This was evident in every photograph shown. And of course, she was their natural mother. Not two PR props that Prince Brute and the Vipererette are. Makes a HUGE  difference.

This depends very much on the nature of the person, and on her maternal instinct. I lost an ovary in 2008, the doctors removed my ovary because of a cyst, and when I woke up from the surgery and learned of the removal, I went into a great depression, I gained a lot of fat later, and I was very depressed that I could never be a mother one day. Over time I recovered and returned to my weight and Im thin again. But I am putting it to say that when you have a pointed maternal instinct, the child does not have to be from your womb, you will love him/her unconditionally in any way just because him/her exists. See how many mothers adopt their children and you see unconditional love in their eyes :sigh:


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Post by: gingerboy24 on June 07, 2017, 05:00:59 pm
^^^and ^^  Agree 100%. As for council cath/bill medd, I see no love in their eyes at all, in fact I see no bond with the sprogs either. They are not like a true family, it is like four strangers pushed together, each doing their own thing, even the sprogs do their own thing in their own world by the look of it.   Bill medd does not have a good word to say about sprog I, and when he has to be with him he treats him as an ageing uncle who rarely sees him. Council cath always seems to be glaring at him and waiting for an opportunity to take him down a peg or two with a telling off, to h*ll with whether it is in public or not.  Poor soul, he looks so unhappy and down trodden.  Not a fan, but I do feel so very sorry and sad for him.  Those sprogs are rolled out for pr, and pr only, to try and boost the ratings of the lazy duo, and it fails, every time.  The GQ photos I thought were shocking  -  I, as are many, convinced they were four different shots cobbled together, I have seen the Addams family look better in photos than those four in GQ - a horror film or something similar, it sure worked.  And where did they get that photographer, appalling work.  As for the comment about raising the sprogs in their own way, or some such,, well, the barbed wire all around AH made it look like a prison  -  "you will not get out, we will make sure of that".  Yeah, one unhappy family.  I feel for sprog I, I really do, he has a sad life.  As for sprog II, she always seems to be away in her own world with the fairies also, not a clue what is happening and whether she is liked or not, it is poor sprog I that always cops it, every time.  Actually, I see no love, I see anger behind her eyes with sprog I. 


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Post by: marion on June 07, 2017, 09:27:46 pm
Great post GB..couldn't have put it better myself.

I too feel very sorry for PG. I shudder to think of the problems being stored up for him and char in later years. And yet their "parents" campaign on mental issues


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Post by: Stephanie on June 07, 2017, 09:39:15 pm
^
^^
Totally agree.


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Post by: india on June 07, 2017, 10:38:32 pm
It would be hell for anyone to have the narcissitic Council Cath being their so called mother. I wouldn't wish that on anyone.


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Post by: leogirl on June 07, 2017, 11:15:34 pm
George is a 3-year-old boy. A lot of kids his age don't know how to behave in public, have meltdowns at stores, etc. I wouldn't call him "unpleasant" because he is a little kid.


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Post by: Stephanie on June 11, 2017, 04:00:51 pm
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4593462/Prince-William-joins-Tindalls-charity-polo-match.html
Mia Tindall never skips a fun event while poor Bruiser and Viperette are locked up as usual. :stop:


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Post by: marion on June 11, 2017, 07:45:57 pm
Doesn't willy look more relaxed without waity around


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Post by: india on June 11, 2017, 09:25:41 pm
Of course, he looks more relaxed without Stalking Controlling Council Cath around.


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Post by: livylivy on June 11, 2017, 10:51:13 pm
http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2017/06/11/16/415526F400000578-4593462-Mike_and_Mia_can_often_be_mucking_around_at_polo_events_and_toda-a-3_1497194454264.jpg
What a natural happy picture! Mia and Mike must have such a wonderful bond. We' ll never ever seen any picture like that with the Cambridges.
I agree, poor George and Charlotte locked in their palace won' t ever be allowed to such days, especially with their peers, George and Charlotte are " normal" they mustn' t attend polo with kids from the BRF!
And they mustn' t be papped, God forbid! Much better belocked in the castle...not


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Post by: sandy on June 11, 2017, 11:16:39 pm
Will claims he wants his children to be "normal" and live outside the palace. He must be joking


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Post by: HRHOlya on June 12, 2017, 12:16:52 am
^ Maybe it was sarcasm and we all just missed it.. Certainly looks like it. Never seen the interaction with his own kids we've now seen with Mia.


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Post by: Val on June 12, 2017, 06:27:05 am
Usually cobbled together photoshopped 'en famille' pics are rushed out after negative comments.
Sadly it's always obvious what they are about.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on June 12, 2017, 07:16:32 am
This could be a power play; William and Kate playing at being power players via controlling access to the kids. Like how the Duchess of Kent and Conroy controlled Queen Victoria when she was heiress to the throne of Britain. I don't believe that they want normalcy, at least Kate does not.


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Post by: Stephanie on June 17, 2017, 04:27:36 pm
Unhappy Bruiser
http://68.media.tumblr.com/850c9d51c51a98ce186e9ae6246cb194/tumblr_orp17rffdv1qf2107o1_540.gif
http://68.media.tumblr.com/cebc20372c8b0262e55ca3ab3658050d/tumblr_orp17rffdv1qf2107o2_540.gif


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Post by: Fernanda Nunes on June 17, 2017, 04:45:59 pm
Oh my God  :sob:


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Post by: livylivy on June 17, 2017, 05:04:49 pm
 :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
How is George dressed  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

poor child he will grow up and his pals will pick on him because of these ridiculous outfits!


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Post by: BostonLibby on June 17, 2017, 07:27:06 pm
^^^ Yes, he looks very unhappy.  I noticed in the first clip that, while PW is reaching for George, Kate makes absolutely no move toward him (you can see her left arm).  I think that for most people, even those who aren't the parents, the instinct is to reach toward a child who is restless and unhappy.  I'm sorry for him that his mother didn't do this. :o


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Post by: HRHOlya on June 17, 2017, 09:40:58 pm
Good to see they still dress him like Little Lord Fauntleroy
http://media.gettyimages.com/photos/catherine-duchess-of-cambridge-princess-charlotte-of-cambridge-prince-picture-id696878710


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Post by: india on June 17, 2017, 09:44:01 pm
Every single time we are allowed to see that child he looks miserable. I bet Council Cath berates him constantly.


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Post by: Snowpea on June 17, 2017, 11:15:26 pm
Unhappy Bruiser
http://68.media.tumblr.com/850c9d51c51a98ce186e9ae6246cb194/tumblr_orp17rffdv1qf2107o1_540.gif
http://68.media.tumblr.com/cebc20372c8b0262e55ca3ab3658050d/tumblr_orp17rffdv1qf2107o2_540.gif

Upstaged by the girl beside him wiping her nose.  :laugh:  :James:

I am evil, sorry.  :cookie:


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Post by: leogirl on June 18, 2017, 01:53:33 am
^ Savannah Phillips

George looks really bored/uncomfortable. :(


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Post by: india on June 18, 2017, 01:48:52 pm
The Little Brute is a miserable little creature.


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Post by: HRHOlya on June 18, 2017, 08:50:49 pm
Mummy Nanny Maria was obviously on hand, not in uniform, naturally, as she wasn't trotted out for show by the Cambs.

http://media.gettyimages.com/photos/prince-george-of-cambridge-and-princess-charlotte-of-cambridge-watch-picture-id696976224

https://peopledotcom.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/trooping-e.jpg?w=2362&h=3667

http://media.gettyimages.com/photos/prince-george-of-cambridge-and-princess-charlotte-of-cambridge-watch-picture-id696976186

http://media.gettyimages.com/photos/princess-charlotte-of-cambridge-watches-from-a-window-of-buckingham-picture-id696976164

http://cdn.images.express.co.uk/img/dynamic/12/590x/secondary/Prince-George-and-Princess-Charlotte-972536.jpg

This is the best shot
http://media.gettyimages.com/photos/prince-george-of-cambridge-and-princess-charlotte-of-cambridge-by-picture-id696976238



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Post by: sandy on June 18, 2017, 09:47:41 pm
Charlotte looks a lot like Auntie Pippa in those photos.


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Post by: india on June 18, 2017, 10:14:59 pm
I am sorry but that child is flat out ugly. She looks like a little gremlin.


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Post by: leogirl on June 18, 2017, 11:02:12 pm
George was clearly bored. I wonder if he spends a lot of time in front of screens so he gets fussy when he has to be out in public? Or maybe he's shy because he's used to only being around Nanny Maria and Charlotte? Maybe he had a bad stomach or something, he looks uncomfortable?


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Post by: Snowpea on June 19, 2017, 01:41:56 am
It looks like he's picking his nose and...ew. Sorry but you know what some kids like to do.  :sob:  :nervous:

http://media.gettyimages.com/photos/prince-george-of-cambridge-and-princess-charlotte-of-cambridge-by-picture-id696976238


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Post by: leogirl on June 19, 2017, 02:13:40 am
 :laugh:


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Post by: deGuernsey on June 19, 2017, 04:43:59 am
PC would look lovely in bangs/fringe for non Americans :flirt: now if it happens then for sure the vile copycatting medds are following this forum. :angry: I just find those children absolutely adorable which is one of the many reasons I believe in the Members Only forum thread. ...  :ick:

^ Jajaja! I'd rather see PC chomping on her fingers (molars coming in?) than gum.... PGs  nose picking has to go though. He isn't too young to make stop that filthy habit esp in public... it's just so eeewwww and gross, too. :ick: :ick: :ick:


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Post by: leogirl on June 20, 2017, 12:28:31 am
I am so used to PC referring to Prince Charles that I always get confused for a second when someone refers to Princess Charlotte as PC. :)

George should learn not to pick his nose, it's a bad habit and it grosses people out.


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Post by: Val on June 20, 2017, 08:20:10 am
^

Allegedly has the most frightful meltdowns and tantrums if told to stop!


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Post by: kolkomilko on June 20, 2017, 08:35:15 am
George was clearly bored. I wonder if he spends a lot of time in front of screens so he gets fussy when he has to be out in public? Or maybe he's shy because he's used to only being around Nanny Maria and Charlotte? Maybe he had a bad stomach or something, he looks uncomfortable?

^ Yes, I think he should go out in public more often.


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Post by: HRHOlya on June 30, 2017, 11:17:59 am
E! seems to be awfully knowledgeable these days:

"E! is reporting that Will, Kate, and George went to a new students' orientation at Thomas's Battersea last night"
https://twitter.com/TheRoyalRecord/status/880512410943184896
http://www.eonline.com/news/864100/prince-william-and-kate-middleton-gear-up-to-send-prince-george-to-school-inside-their-parent-orientation


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Post by: gingerboy24 on June 30, 2017, 01:49:46 pm
Likely a one off to instruct them to keep everyone away from sprog I  -  he is obviously not an endearing sprog is he, even bill medd never has a good word to say about him.   Pure pr, nothing more.


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Post by: india on June 30, 2017, 02:56:42 pm
Pitiful Creature.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on July 01, 2017, 01:35:00 pm
Bill medd and councils cath and caro have a lot to answer for.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on July 01, 2017, 09:59:58 pm
That poor kid will likely be isolated in so many ways that he'll get really warped. Chances are with so many boundaries I think he'll be a mess by his teens.


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Post by: kolkomilko on July 02, 2017, 10:27:46 am
^ Yes, probably this is the question.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on July 02, 2017, 06:39:46 pm
He looks an emotional mess now, and the way council cath treats him is terrible, she even looks at him as though she doesn´t like him much.  Not a fan of sprog I but I truly feel really sorry for the way he is being raised and treated, he already looks an unhappy child.


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Post by: sandy on July 02, 2017, 07:18:45 pm
He and Charlotte should not be hidden out. Both will be public figures as they grow up. Time to get used to it.


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Post by: deGuernsey on July 02, 2017, 07:22:52 pm
I well and truly believe it is because of the Members Only thing...


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Post by: gingerboy24 on July 03, 2017, 01:23:06 pm
^Totally agree on that front.


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Post by: india on July 03, 2017, 11:00:35 pm
They had better hide them.


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Post by: FrederickLouis on July 17, 2017, 02:08:21 am
Does Prince George have his initials monogramed on any of his clothes?


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Post by: Sheridan_is_appalled on July 17, 2017, 04:07:09 am
Only if William did when he was 3.


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Post by: marion on July 17, 2017, 06:59:43 am
Oops wrong thread...please could one of the Mids delete it  :sorry:

Done/deleted.  Sorry it took me so long!  All's well.   :thumbsup:


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Post by: HRHOlya on July 20, 2017, 01:35:42 am
Has this ever been posted? Regardless, it's still quite current!

Someone Explain Why The Royal Children Are From The Past

"Someone please tell the British royal family it is 2016 and not the 1940s."

https://www.buzzfeed.com/aliciamelvillesmith/have-i-stumbled-back-in-time?utm_term=.tkmaJoAXaO#.dyBdqlnwd4

Some nice comparsions with other r families there too.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on July 20, 2017, 01:39:16 am
They need to treat their kids like human beings and not automatons. We're not in WWII and frankly no way can kids behave well if they are constantly treated to desensitizing treatment at the hands of their closest family members. He looks so frustrated and unable to handle anything, what are they doing to him?


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Post by: Sheridan_is_appalled on July 20, 2017, 02:57:36 am
^ I'll tell you what I think it is.  They don't allow him to be a little boy. Little boys are full of energy and they need to run around and get messy and be noisy.  It's what kids do.  Instead, they dress him up in dorky outfits, parade him around in front of a bunch of strangers, squeeze his hand, scold him in public, and bad mouth him to the press.

Oh you just wait, Bill and Cathy.  Just wait.  At least you do that well.


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Post by: CathyJane on July 20, 2017, 04:09:23 am
I do feel sorry for the poor kid. He can't help the way he is; I'm glad he has Nanny Maria to love him.


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Post by: HRHOlya on July 21, 2017, 11:06:16 pm
I'm four! George and his gap-toothed grin: Kate and William release adorable portrait of the Prince as they prepare to celebrate his birthday at home after a helicopter ride treat on their whirlwind royal tour

    A new image of Prince George has been released ahead of his fourth birthday which is on Saturday
    Taken by royal photographer Chris Jackson, the picture shows the young royal's gap-toothed grin
    George and Charlotte joined their parents on their tour of Europe this week but returned home today


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4718542/A-new-image-Prince-George-released-birthday.html

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2017/07/21/22/428D003300000578-4718542-This_new_image_was_released_to_celebrate_Prince_George_s_fourth_-a-42_1500671133553.jpg
Wearing the Amaia "Pereprine" shirt, 42GBP


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Post by: Fernanda Nunes on July 21, 2017, 11:45:29 pm
Oh my God, why making photoshop in his eye? His hair and that of the girl in the photos as a baby were much darker too. This child when he grows up will realize that people changed his physiognomy, as if they did not accept what he really is, and he is a beautiful child, no need to change .... :sigh: :cookie:


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Post by: sandy on July 22, 2017, 12:07:38 am
He does not have a gap tooth grin. He has baby teeth. It makes him sound like he has teeth like the late comedian Terry Thomas.


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Post by: deGuernsey on July 22, 2017, 05:02:05 am
^^ Who? The Medds or the photog? Haven't we been down this road before? :bored: :cookie: :ick:


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Post by: gingerboy24 on July 22, 2017, 08:37:37 am
What have they done to his left ear with the photoshopping?  It looks ginormous compared to the other one, checked some piccies, and that left ear is nowhere near the size they have photoshopped  -  whoever approved this photoshopping, they need to get some glasses.  They have lightened his eyes again as well.  Pretty scathing comments about him and the rf, DM have done them no favours with this article.  Many saying he looks like pa medd and sprog II looks like council caro.  Some usual sugars, but not that many at the moment, perhaps council caro is frantically speed dialling some.


http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2017/07/21/22/428D003300000578-4718542-This_new_image_was_released_to_celebrate_Prince_George_s_fourth_-a-42_1500671133553.jpg


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Post by: sandy on July 22, 2017, 11:55:51 am
They reposted the Lupo ice cream pictures. clearly airbrushed but it is presented as "real." Lupo has this weird eye rolling.


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Post by: logically on July 23, 2017, 12:23:42 am
Quick question does George only own 1 pair of shorts?  It seems Charlotte and WK have used up the clothing budget.


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Post by: HRHOlya on July 23, 2017, 12:32:11 am
^ Yes. He's also grown out of them about two years ago. But the Cambs want to be normal and try the "frugal" thing for a bit. However, only when it comes to the kids, not themselves, we don't want to go crazy now, do we?

"Watch Prince George sneeze and then display his own method of getting rid of the result.... #RoyalTourGermany"
https://twitter.com/PARoyal/status/887661620750688256
lol Some things will now haunt him for life!


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Post by: leogirl on July 23, 2017, 01:40:45 am
Those shorts are too short and he should wear trousers like his dad and the other men. Don't single him out and make him feel odd.


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Post by: Snowpea on July 23, 2017, 02:25:12 am
^ Yes. He's also grown out of them about two years ago. But the Cambs want to be normal and try the "frugal" thing for a bit. However, only when it comes to the kids, not themselves, we don't want to go crazy now, do we?

"Watch Prince George sneeze and then display his own method of getting rid of the result.... #RoyalTourGermany"
https://twitter.com/PARoyal/status/887661620750688256
lol Some things will now haunt him for life!

Not the first time - http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/623131/Prince-George-Queens-birthday-Trooping-The-Colour-picked-nose


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Post by: gingerboy24 on July 23, 2017, 10:49:59 am
^^^Interesting comment from EllaBar on that Twitter  link.


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Post by: Stephanie on July 23, 2017, 03:13:44 pm
Bruiser looks ridiculous in those hotpants and his legs appear to be shaven.



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Post by: YooperModerator on July 23, 2017, 03:21:09 pm
George always looks like life has given him a permanent wedgie and the shorts aren't helping.


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Post by: HRHOlya on July 23, 2017, 04:03:57 pm
Which surname will Prince George adopt for school? Royal pundits say he could employ 'Mountbatten-Windsor' instead of 'Cambridge' when he joins Thomas's in Battersea

    Prince George will need a surname for the school register in September
    There are two possible monikers: Cambridge or Mountbatten-Windsor
    Technically royals don't need a surname at all, according to protocol
    The eldest child of William and Kate is celebrated his fourth birthday on Saturday


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4710676/Which-surname-Prince-George-adopt-school.html


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Post by: Sheridan_is_appalled on July 23, 2017, 04:27:26 pm
Middleton.  It is what it is.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on July 23, 2017, 05:26:24 pm
^Yup, spot on.


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Post by: leogirl on July 23, 2017, 06:09:49 pm
Do any of the kids use Mountbatten-Windsor? I thought it would be Cambridge.  :- ???


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Post by: buflesse on July 24, 2017, 10:23:54 am
George Cambridge sounds ridiculous. Beatrice York and William Wales sound OK - but Cambridge does not make a good sounding surname :S


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Post by: meememe on July 24, 2017, 12:17:40 pm
Do any of the kids use Mountbatten-Windsor? I thought it would be Cambridge.  :- ???

Lady Louise is official Louise Mountbatten-Windsor but I believe she only uses Windsor day to day at school. I imagine James is the same although he may use Severn just as, I believe, the Dukes of Gloucester and Kent's heirs used Ulster and St Andrews at school.

The problem with him using Cambridge is that his name will change over time. When Charles becomes King it will be 'of Cornwall and Cambridge' until Charles creates William Prince of Wales (assuming he does and I suspect he will do so quite quickly so that Kate becomes Princess of Wales rather than being Duchess of Cornwall) at which point George would be 'of Wales'. Then, as it quite possible, William also becomes King in the next 13 years, George would be back to Cornwall as the Duke in his own right and again back to Wales when his father creates him Prince of Wales. Of course the Queen could live for the next 25 years and none of this will happen.


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Post by: Lady Bucklebury-Bucket on July 24, 2017, 02:35:27 pm
@ Stephanie,

I agree and in those hot pants, Georgie isn't far off a Money Supermarket look.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on July 24, 2017, 03:03:14 pm
^Yes, he does doesn´t he  -  I love those adverts, they give me a good laugh.  Poor kid, he will cringe when older and looks at his toddler photos.


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Post by: Val on July 24, 2017, 03:17:04 pm
^

Poor little chap has knock knees too.  It would be kinder to put him longer trousers.


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Post by: kolkomilko on July 24, 2017, 04:09:26 pm
His shorts are short and small sized.


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Post by: Little light on July 24, 2017, 09:09:43 pm
I like seeing children in shorts when the weather is good. But not when it I should cold.

But they are too short and tight for him.


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Post by: HRHOlya on July 24, 2017, 09:37:15 pm
It is said these super short shorts are an upper class thing, but even upper class Wetherby's school uniform doesn't have that uncomfortable short & tight shorts
http://i.imgur.com/aK9CZsO.jpg

G's shorts look really uncomfortable. They are perfect for warm weather and are cute, but in cold weather? And then the upper class association I don't get. Why stick kids when it's cold in such clothing? And why stick with a "tradition" that isn't even that old? Sure, there's the "breeching" thing dating back to the 16th century, but shorts as such are I'm pretty sure a thing of the 20th century, Charles wore them as boy, as did Will and now George. The background for boys in shorts hasn't even anything to do with practicality as some think, it's a classically British "silent class marker", how charming, good forbid someone thinks one is of a different class than the blue blood one is actually from! *furiosly clutches pearls* ("shorts on young boys is one of those silent class markers that we have in England")
""The usual custom is that a boy graduates to trousers around eight years old," explains Hanson. "This is, historically, perhaps due to the practice of 'breeching', which dates back to the sixteenth century. A newborn boy would be dressed in a gown for their first year or two (these gowns have survived as the modern Christening robe) and then he was 'breeched' and wore articles of clothing that more resembled shorts or trousers than dresses.""
http://www.harpersbazaar.co.uk/culture/culture-news/news/a38178/why-prince-george-is-always-wearing-shorts/

When you google "dressing boys in shorts" all the first hits are George and why he's always in those bloody shorts.

I guess we can expect to see G in shorts until he's 8, because the upper class wouldn't dream of putting their boys in trousers anytime sooner. *rolls eyes*


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Post by: Val on July 24, 2017, 11:01:45 pm
As we know Ma strives to emulate anything upper class and is desperate to hide her sink estate background.  Those close say she has much influence on how George dresses.


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Post by: leogirl on July 25, 2017, 05:54:34 am
George is a future king. I don't think anyone is worried about his background...


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Post by: Val on July 25, 2017, 07:38:48 am
Even those close say there will be no Monarchy long before PG's time.  Let's hope so then perhaps that poor sad looking little chap will have some sort of normal life and out of the spotlight too.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on July 25, 2017, 07:44:36 am
^I think the medds have brought the monarchy right down into the gutter.   Many sites/predictions that the monarchy will not last much longer.  In many ways I think background does matter in these situations, and as he appears to spend a a lot of time with council cath and the medds one assumes he is being raised with a heavy medd influence.


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Post by: marion on July 25, 2017, 07:53:39 am
^ ITA George's background, but more importantly his origins, are of vital importance regarding his future role as heir or not  but that is the another thread


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Post by: india on July 25, 2017, 12:07:04 pm
Plenty people are worried about George's background. More specifically his and Charlotte's origins. The Viper and her spawn schemed, maneuvered and lied viciously to achieve what she did. But unfortunately for all concerned many are well aware of what they did.


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Post by: gingerboy24 on July 25, 2017, 08:10:33 pm
^Yes, I would be concerned in their position also.


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Post by: HRHOlya on July 26, 2017, 01:25:16 pm
Revealed: Why Prince George ALWAYS wears shorts as a silent marker of his aristocracy (and it's all to do with a potty training tradition)

    Three-year-old consistently wore shorts during his tour of Hamburg and Poland
    Etiquette expert William Hanson claims it's a silent British class marker
    He notes that it could well hark back to the historical sixteenth century tradition
    'Breeching' saw young boys being moved out of dresses into shorts
    It was a means of potty training little boys in sixteenth century


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4731136/Why-Prince-George-wears-shorts.html

It's like some idiot journo read this thread and magicked an article out of the recent discussion. But here's the mistake:
Bill himself said they dress G like that because he himself was dressed old-fashioned when he was a boy and wanted to embarrass his son the same way (his words in the Diana: Our Mother documentary) and Harry said he plans on doing the same once he has kids. So nothing to do with breeching or tradition or practicality or potty training, just being idiots wanting to embarrass the poor child and make him look like little lord Fauntleroy.


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Post by: Val on July 26, 2017, 01:50:12 pm
^

Exactly my thoughts as we know journos read this forum and use it for their stories.


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Post by: marion on July 26, 2017, 02:09:57 pm
Journos aren't the only ones


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Post by: gingerboy24 on July 26, 2017, 02:26:04 pm
Palace Press no doubt trawl the forum, oherwise they would not realise just how poor the pr for the rf is, starting at the top with the vile duo, who appear to be universally disliked and wanted rid of these days.


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Post by: HRHOlya on July 26, 2017, 02:28:30 pm
I know, it's been said for a long time that many read this and other forums  :spy:

Bill also misses that whilst he wants to embarrass G, he's actually embarrassing himself, because he's putting the boy in those clothes and when he wore them, they were not as old-fashioned as they are now. Bill is once again doing himself no favours, and Waity is relishing in dressing G this way for exactly what I posted above: the silent class marker it is for some.
The Cambs somehow manage to do everything wrong and shoot themselves in the foot continuously with no break or redemption in between..


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Post by: gingerboy24 on July 26, 2017, 04:49:12 pm
Most parents, if they were embarrassed about shorts, trousers, whatever when they were younger, but made to wear them, would actually not want to do that to the sprogs.  How mean and cruel to want to put him through the embarrassment he alleges he suffered, and especially over 30 years down the line.  It really does tell you what a mean, nasty individual he is, no thought for the sprogs, just, as usual, his own game  -  I suffered it so can you. Aided and abetted no doubt by council cath and council caro, wanting him to look "the part".  The really are not nice people, as for caring about anyone other than themselves, tha does not exist for bill medd and the medds, all about gain, what can it do for them, and if I was embarrassed as a kid you jolly well can be.  What an awful environment to grow up in, the whole family are mean and ugly, in looks and ways.


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Post by: leogirl on July 27, 2017, 10:23:28 pm
^ I agree. Why do that to their child? And what happened to wanting to be modern? Most parents would dress the boy like his dad. Also, boys' shorts have been getting longer over time, what was fashionable in the 1970s and 1980s is not anymore.


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Post by: HRH Tiana of NOLA on July 28, 2017, 03:14:16 am
^But she is dressing him like his dad. So much so that she's willing to pull old outfits out of storage.


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Post by: leogirl on July 28, 2017, 04:01:01 am
I meant dressing him like William dresses now (i.e. trousers)... not how his dad dressed back in the 80's.  :laugh:


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Post by: Spotted Dick on July 28, 2017, 04:46:58 pm
Oh you mean dad jeans?


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Post by: leogirl on July 28, 2017, 07:11:37 pm
^ Good point. William has terrible fashion sense. But at least poor George wouldn't be wearing shorts that are two sizes too small.  :-X


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Post by: Spotted Dick on July 28, 2017, 07:25:20 pm
^They always talk about how normal they want to be and how normal of an upbringing they want for their spawn, yet at every George is dressed like Little Lord Fountleroy.  These poor kids are going to have some serious shrink bills down the road.


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Post by: HRH Tiana of NOLA on July 29, 2017, 12:15:25 am
^^^ :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:


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Post by: FrederickLouis on July 29, 2017, 01:56:40 am
Can Grandfather Michael Middleton make suggestions on what George should wear?


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Post by: leogirl on July 29, 2017, 03:52:47 am
He probably should, as I think he'd do a better job dressing George than his parents do.


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Post by: Val on July 29, 2017, 07:56:02 am
^

Pa Midd is rather out of the equation now as allegedly separated from Ma but wheeled (ordered) out to 'keep up appearances'.   The biggest influence on how PG is dressed is Ma who is desperate for him to look 'Royal' and thinks the old fashioned look is the way.  Remember how he was kept up in his Hugh Hefner dressing gown to meet Obama, again Ma's influence and hoping for the aah factor which massively backfired.


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Post by: Spotted Dick on July 29, 2017, 08:47:24 am
^Are they just separated or officially divorced?  Why would Miguel allow himself to be trotted out like a stage prop?


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Post by: Sheridan_is_appalled on July 29, 2017, 10:09:21 am
^Because he's just as much a guilty accomplice to all the schemes and lies. His participation to meet the demands of That Bucket Woman is compulsory.


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Post by: Spotted Dick on July 29, 2017, 10:13:08 am
^Wouldn't that all be for the benefit of Horsey Head?  Even horse could see through pretense by now, no?


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Post by: Sheridan_is_appalled on July 29, 2017, 10:17:24 am
Alas, Horsey Head's brain is like a dried pea rattling around in a bucket. Not to fear though, one of his flunkies will always come by and discretely cover up his messes.


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Post by: Spotted Dick on July 29, 2017, 04:42:41 pm
^lol


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Post by: FrederickLouis on July 30, 2017, 02:03:10 am
Michael is the Grandfather of the Prince. Is not Michael allowed to buy George a shirt?


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Post by: HRH Tiana of NOLA on July 30, 2017, 03:10:52 am
^Nope. Not without it passing Ma's inspection first. Only the finest for the future king. He's too good to have Gymboree or Osh Kosh touching his precious skin.


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Post by: leogirl on July 30, 2017, 03:32:35 am
George is only allowed to wear the exact clothes that William wore... when he was 2.  :tehe:


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Post by: Spotted Dick on July 30, 2017, 06:48:17 am
^Except that William said in that ITV special about Diana that he thought those clothes were ridiculous and eventually refused to wear them.  So why would allow that to be inflicted on his own son?


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Post by: HRH Tiana of NOLA on July 30, 2017, 04:28:06 pm
^Because he takes joy in inflicting discomfort on others.


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Post by: Spotted Dick on July 30, 2017, 04:51:06 pm
Or maybe he's not around and just shows up for the "gig" so has no say.....


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Post by: LadyLaura on July 30, 2017, 04:57:57 pm
wouldn't be surprising if it's carole who is calling the shots on what the poor boy is dressed in.
after all, as Im sure carole constantly reminds herself and every one else...."They are Royal now"  :cookie:


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Post by: leogirl on July 30, 2017, 10:20:29 pm
Not cool. It looks silly to dress him like that and also neglected that his clothes are too small, as if nobody cares enough to buy him clothes that fit properly. Those shorts are for 2-year-olds, and George is 4. If a kid showed up to school like that, people would assume he's really poor and I think other families would pitch in and give him clothes to wear that fit.

I know someone who worked at a preschool that had a boy in her class that wore clothes that were too small and had some even had holes in them. Her nephew had recently outgrown a bunch of clothes (that happened to be in new-looking condition) and she gave them to him. His family was very happy. Apparently it was a struggling single mom with two teenage daughters and the 4-year-old boy. She had just bought a few outfits for the daughters when the boy had a growth spurt and suddenly didn't fit into his clothes anymore.

I think PW has a cruel streak inside him. He makes fun of Harry and Kate, and complains about George. And then he has his son dress in his old clothes that he hated.  :thumbsdown:


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Post by: Spotted Dick on July 31, 2017, 05:32:45 am
^The Cambs would look so much better and win a few hearts and minds along the way if they auctioned those outdated, ill-fitting outfits, and gave the proceeds to a charity that provides clothes to needy children.


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Post by: Val on July 31, 2017, 07:49:16 am
Whilst Ma has her tight control over everything, that will never happen.  She so desperately wants people to forget her council house upbringing that she will do everything and anything she thinks might make her and her mooching family look 'Royal'.  PG's clothes are one of the first things.


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Post by: Spotted Dick on July 31, 2017, 12:34:39 pm
^Memo to Scarol(e):  Not the way to do it!


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Post by: india on July 31, 2017, 12:35:02 pm
^^ You are so right Val. The Lovely Viper believes dressing those two supposed grandchildren of hers in the garb of yore makes them look royal. In Her Dreams. She also probably  instructed that hapless son of hers to sprout that beard so he would look like Czar Nicky. Big Fail Viper. Huge Fail.


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Post by: Sheridan_is_appalled on July 31, 2017, 12:53:35 pm
That's the Middleton way:  cosplay your way through life.


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Post by: Snowpea on July 31, 2017, 01:24:39 pm
^Memo to Scarol(e):  Not the way to do it!


She's mostly Council Caro here.  :thumbsup:  :laugh:


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Post by: FrederickLouis on August 01, 2017, 02:08:25 am
Grandfather Michael must have a say in what George wears! What is going to happen when George is a teenager and may want to wear muscle shirts?


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Post by: Sheridan_is_appalled on August 01, 2017, 03:44:59 am
George will be promoted to commoner status by then, I say let him wear muscle shirts!


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Post by: Spotted Dick on August 01, 2017, 05:35:06 am
^Hmmmm.....would that be an upgrade or a downgrade.


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Post by: FrederickLouis on August 02, 2017, 01:46:18 am
Muscle shirts would be a definite upgrade.


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Post by: Spotted Dick on August 02, 2017, 05:01:17 am
^I don't know why, but for some reason all I can picture is man boobs.  Maybe because to me George looks a lot like Uncle G.


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Post by: FrederickLouis on August 04, 2017, 01:36:25 am
Here is a picture of a guy in a muscle shirt that has had the armholes cut.   
Prince George may not have muscles like this guy. Time will tell.   
http://www.pinterest.com/pin/537335799264048099


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Post by: Whiffy Leaks on August 04, 2017, 12:54:07 pm
I've just googled muscle shirt as I didn't have a clue what you meant. Only the underclass (very low class) would have their children wear those in the uk. Usually accompanied by a mullet and earring. Hideous.


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Post by: Miss Hathaway on August 04, 2017, 07:56:53 pm
I remember when George went to Australia with Kate and William, he was a cute, chubby, spunky little thing.  Kate actually seemed to have a connection with him.   Things have really gone downhill since then.  He seems a timid little boy now and I wonder why. . . 


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Post by: FrederickLouis on August 05, 2017, 02:01:14 am
Whiffy Leaks, Muscles shirts with large open armholes are very popular here in the States. Even the wealthy gents wear them.


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Post by: leogirl on August 05, 2017, 02:43:22 am
I don't know anyone who wears muscle shirts. I live in California.


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Post by: YooperModerator on August 05, 2017, 05:41:51 am
They're called muscle shirts for a reason.  "If you don't have the guns don't show the sun."  Period.  Think Navy Seals, firefighters and surfers, etc. who we all want to see in tank tops or muscle shirts.  And our beloved Richard Simmons.  Everybody else forget it.


Now.  I do believe we have a winner in the most Off Topic Discussion in a thread ever.  Reel it back in.  Thank you.  YM




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Post by: windsor2 on August 11, 2017, 06:23:46 pm
Row erupts over PinkNews article about Prince George, four, being a 'gay icon' with a politician branding its publication 'outrageous and sick'
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4782440/Row-erupts-Pink-News-brands-Prince-George-gay-icon.html
 :nervous:


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Post by: Stephanie on August 11, 2017, 07:53:10 pm
I feel sorry for Bruiser.
This, however, is totally Wimpo and Waity's fault.
They set him up for ridicule from day one, dressing him like little Lord Fauntleroy, making him prance around in ridiculous Daisy Dukes with shaven legs, making him wear frilly girl blouses.
https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/d6/48/23/d64823215c0e69a24b115ee40023d6fd--william-kate-prince-william.jpg
Apart from that he is ill behaved, cries when out in public and has to compete with his "sister" fro attention from his "mother".
Not surprised at all he does not come across as a normally developed boy.
Strange, I always thought his peers would be the first to tease and bully him for his imo abnormal behavior but now it's adults which is not okay.


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Post by: sandy on August 11, 2017, 08:30:52 pm
I wonder if William will sue.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on August 11, 2017, 08:50:59 pm
I am so fed up with the gay community and their  nonstop attempts to essentially turn EVERY LITTLE ASPECT OF LIFE into a gay focus or issue. He's a TODDLER and these sickos are sexualizing him and I am fed up with their nonstop victim act. This is going way too far and I hope William actually does something about this.


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Post by: dianab on August 11, 2017, 09:18:58 pm
^Well said! Preach that! It's wrong in so many levels do that to a child... even if he was 5 or 8 it'll be totally sickening


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Post by: sandy on August 11, 2017, 09:24:55 pm
I am so fed up with the gay community and their  nonstop attempts to essentially turn EVERY LITTLE ASPECT OF LIFE into a gay focus or issue. He's a TODDLER and these sickos are sexualizing him and I am fed up with their nonstop victim act. This is going way too far and I hope William actually does something about this.

I agree. Maybe WIlliam can sue for good reason this time.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on August 11, 2017, 09:35:29 pm
^Well said! Preach that! It's wrong in so many levels do that to a child... even if he was 5 or 8 it'll be totally sickening

It's sick no matter what his age. The gay community is going way too far and frankly I do believe that their sexualization of children has been the reason I'm disgusted with their constant screeching of being victims all the stupid time. I'm fed up with their 'rights' movement and disgusting public sexual behavior.


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Post by: HennyPenny on August 12, 2017, 01:07:58 am



 Excuse me KF.. All things you mentioned can also be said about heterosexuals ...  :stop: :stop:


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Post by: buflesse on August 12, 2017, 01:15:57 am
Yep, not a single gay person I know would ever DREAM of sexualising a child. I've met some disgusting heterosexuals, on the other hand. In fact, heterosexual-oriented magazines sexualise children constantly.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on August 12, 2017, 03:44:46 am
Yet right now, George is being labeled a gay icon and that is the context I'm using right now. I am certain that I'm fed up with a lot in that area and while there are vile heterosexuals (don't' get me started on all that), but I am angry that a kid is being turned into a gay icon.


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Post by: leogirl on August 12, 2017, 03:48:21 am
Post against the rules. Please refrain from making offensive general statements towards a group of people. This is only a first warning.


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Post by: Alexandrine on August 12, 2017, 09:14:50 pm
I would remind everyone the rules

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6. Refrain of any kind of extreme political, religious or racial statements in your posts.

http://royalgossip.forumprofi.de/index.php/topic,4.0.html

And it would have been kind of better to post the real article and not the troll article in the DM

http://www.pinknews.co.uk/2017/07/25/prince-georges-subjects-have-crowned-him-a-gay-icon-for-some-reason/

In any case it could have been better to discuss the topic without using to be offensive a complete group of people. :thumbsdown: If the discussion cannot be done in a civil manner this will be closed until further notice.


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Post by: leogirl on August 12, 2017, 10:06:08 pm
^ Who was I offending? I specifically stated that not all gay people are like that. Of course they aren't. I live in California so I have lots of gay friends and family members. And I did not post anything political, religious, or racial.  :-

I tried to PM you but your Inbox is full.


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Post by: FrederickLouis on August 16, 2017, 02:03:40 am
If Prince George has to record his middle initial, does he use A for Alexander or L for Louis? I know he has more than one middle name. However he would not use all his initials.


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Post by: Sheridan_is_appalled on August 16, 2017, 11:55:45 am
^ Depends on how many initials the unemployment office will let him use  :flower:


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Post by: Val on August 16, 2017, 08:08:08 pm
^^

Isn't that an old picture/vid?   It couldn't be found when I looked.


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Post by: HRHOlya on September 04, 2017, 09:37:54 pm
The Prince George effect strikes again! Sales of shorts for schoolboys rocket by a third as parents are inspired by the young royal ahead of the new term

    Prince George, four, is almost always seen wearing shorts when out in public
    Bosses at Asda say surge in school uniform shorts can be put down to the royal
    The shorts trend is also popular among girls, with a 17 per cent rise in sales


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4850586/Sales-shorts-schoolboys-rocket-third.html

Firstly, I doubt G is the reason, shorts are a part of the uniform still, so there's an obligation for their purchase.
Secondly, those who do buy them to copy the Cambs/ G are seriously sad and likely lower down the food chain with not too much going on in the upstairs department.
 :looky: :runforhills: :rolleyes:


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Post by: Snowpea on September 04, 2017, 11:09:16 pm
And so it begins...  :-X


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Post by: marion on September 08, 2017, 04:46:23 pm
Comments are priceless !!!
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4863710/Mac-Prince-George-s-day-school.html


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Post by: HRHOlya on September 08, 2017, 07:27:04 pm
lol ! That's exactly what ma Medd was like when Waity came home 1st time from St Andrews!

PS And when Pips came home 1st time after moving in with Percy et al!


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Post by: HRHOlya on October 17, 2017, 03:16:09 pm
He just can't wait to be king! Prince William reveals that George's favourite film is the Disney classic The Lion King - but says he and Kate try to limit their son's screen time

    Prince William has revealed that his son's favourite movie is The Lion King
    Was speaking with a young boy during his trip to Paddington Station on Monday
    Said that Prince George also likes the Lego films and Octonauts


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4987798/Prince-William-reveals-Prince-George-s-favourite-film.html


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Post by: windsor2 on October 29, 2017, 03:39:26 pm
ISIS extremists threaten to attack Prince George at his London nursery school with chilling dark web message warning: 'Even the royal family will not be left alone'
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An investigation by the Daily Star uncovered the messages on Telegraph, which British spies are now monitoring around-the-clock to prevent potential ISIS attacks.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5028613/ISIS-extremists-threaten-attack-Prince-George.html#ixzz4wuakRkmR
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Not a credible newspaper, but i wouldn't put it past these pathetic killers to have threatened the royal family.


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Post by: HRH Tiana of NOLA on October 29, 2017, 03:59:01 pm
^I wouldn't put this or anything else past terrorists.


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Post by: Fly on the wall on October 29, 2017, 07:26:46 pm
ISIS supporters make chilling threat against Prince George
http://nypost.com/2017/10/29/isis-supporters-make-chilling-threat-against-prince-george/

Islamic State makes threat to attack Prince George at young Royal's London school
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/lifestyle/news/article.cfm?c_id=6&objectid=11938330


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Post by: HRHOlya on November 05, 2017, 09:50:18 pm
British Council manager who was sacked for posting a Facebook message calling Prince George ‘the face of white privilege’ loses her claim for compensation

    Angela Gibbins sacked for her 'distasteful' attack on the future King
    Gibbins had earned £80,000 and as head of global estates and organisation 
    She had claimed unfair dismissal, wrongful dismissal and 'belief discrimination'
    Gibbins has recieved death threats and unable to find work since her remarks


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5052017/Manager-sacked-Prince-George-insult-loses-court-case.html


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Post by: HRH Tiana of NOLA on November 06, 2017, 12:19:30 am
^Whether it was or wasn't appropriate for her to say it publicly, she told no lies.


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Post by: sandy on November 06, 2017, 04:38:12 pm
The ironic thing is that by the time George is "of age" there may not even be a monarchy.


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Post by: Fly on the wall on November 06, 2017, 10:28:52 pm
Unpublished picture of George christening


https://www.instagram.com/p/BbKl_YYlkOK/


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Post by: FrederickLouis on November 07, 2017, 12:49:34 am
Has there been any published list of toys that Prince George would like for Christmas?   
 :home: :home: :home:


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Post by: gingerboy24 on November 07, 2017, 05:41:11 pm
I notice a re-release of a couple of sprog I's christening photos a couple of days ago.  I do wonder if this is to try and draw attention from the sheer greed of HM and her billions in recent days.  Crazy to come out with a rerelease four years after the event that few were interested in anyway. 

There was a lot of criticism as I recall post the christening of sprog I, and a couple of cobbled together photos were released, both photoshopped up to the eyeballs, several days later.

https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/475763148112946517/visual-search/?x=0&y=0&w=564&h=752

This is the second one rerelased a few days ago, but I am sure it was released at the same time as the one above.  Whatever, photoshopped/cobbled together at the same time.

https://78.media.tumblr.com/c9d1c927f17b4773034a5f1991897db3/tumblr_oz0jedKY7u1uyzbreo1_540.png

Found this on the christening thread on here, a post by AnaBolena on 30 October, 2013.

The lighting is strange because the entire image is a collage aka fake.

http://i1142.photobucket.com/albums/n617/LadyBopeep/Fake_zps5743bf57.jpg

Look at the areas I lightened in PS - see the blocking - Waity's neck -no shadows where they "should be".

This image is a public Lie.  :thumbsdown:

Why do the rf always think the public are stupid and have no memories.  They get caught out time and time again.  Rarely get good press these days either.


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Post by: Sheridan_is_appalled on November 07, 2017, 05:48:16 pm
Juvenile,silly tactics.  They're even dumber that I gave them credit for.


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Post by: HRHOlya on November 07, 2017, 06:14:18 pm
The now released pic is even more horrendous than the one before that, it's so overfiltered and overphotoshopped, that it looks like a cold carricature. Dreadful.


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Post by: Fly on the wall on November 10, 2017, 09:43:17 pm
He was very envious': Prince William reveals George, four, was jealous he got to drive a digger during a site visit at a new military rehabilitation centre

Prince William says Prince George was 'very envious' that he got to drive a digger while visiting the site of a new rehabilitation centre for the military.

The royal, 35, revealed his young son's fondness of diggers during a gala dinner on Thursday night.

Describing his visit to the site of the new Defence National Rehabilitation Centre (DNRC), he said: 'I was present at the end of 2014 when the first building was demolished to make way for the new construction.

'George was very envious as I got to drive a digger.'

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-5069837/Prince-William-says-George-envious-drove-digger.html#ixzz4y4Fo6PCq
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Post by: sandy on November 10, 2017, 10:47:08 pm
He has two children yet rarely mentions Charlotte. Most parents mention all the children.

At least talk about her once in a while.


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Post by: Fly on the wall on November 10, 2017, 11:11:51 pm
he use too at first it was all Charlotte charlotte charlotte,and kate was all George george george now they swtiching up . In this event it was not lady like ,and dosen't  fit. driving a
 digger that's more boy like


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Post by: sandy on November 10, 2017, 11:25:43 pm
He could still mention her. He has only two children. Just mention a favorite toy or something. Or about her going to school down the road. Or just anything.

He has not mentioned her much lately. Most parents talk about all the children.


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Post by: HRH Tiana of NOLA on November 11, 2017, 01:24:54 am
The kid they choose to pull out of their back pockets at a moment's notice is a matter of convenience and subject. Duh!


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Post by: CathyJane on November 11, 2017, 03:46:50 am
He could still mention her. He has only two children. Just mention a favorite toy or something. Or about her going to school down the road. Or just anything.

He has not mentioned her much lately. Most parents talk about all the children.

Considering all he does is complain about the, I'd rather he keep his fat mouth shut.


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Post by: india on November 11, 2017, 02:52:54 pm
He is an unintelligent uncouth lout.


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Post by: HRHOlya on November 11, 2017, 09:30:45 pm
"It's what we've been waiting for! A picture of #KateMiddleton doing the school run with #PrinceGeorge! Thanks to @royalspotlight for tweeting this out! Details on the blog: http://fromberkshiretobuckingham.blogspot.de/2017/11/kate-pictured-on-school-run-with-george.html "

https://twitter.com/princesskate_GB/status/929155348874907648

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DOUFydXXcAU3tOT.jpg

https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-uxdMNWrV-Hw/WgcwYL8UCBI/AAAAAAAAaJ4/9yo8siX-bHUjmkMqKgP_d5QQPp29PNEqwCLcBGAs/s1600/duchess%2Bof%2Bcambridge%2Bprince%2Bgeorge%2Bschool%2Brun%2Bgala%2Bcopy.jpg

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DOUFydXXcAU3tOT.jpg

She called the pap herself?
Either way, news on Monday morning: the Cambs sue the pap, magazine, school, all news stands selling it and Germany itself for "privacy" reasons.
 :bored:


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Post by: deGuernsey on November 11, 2017, 09:40:28 pm
^His eyes look very Asiatic in this pic he looks mixed Eurasian but the hair colour really doesn't look good on him... cute little boy... with beautiful dark brown and very interesting eyes.... hes adorable... too bad it wasn't a clear pic... mobile maybe?


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Post by: sandy on November 11, 2017, 10:38:34 pm
This was an inevitable photo


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Post by: FrederickLouis on November 11, 2017, 11:34:43 pm
^@sandy, why is this an inevitable photograph?


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Post by: sandy on November 11, 2017, 11:46:36 pm
Well, a big fuss was made in the media of her being too ill to take George to his first day of school. William took him.

So eventually there was bound to be a photo of Kate taking George to school. Since she missed out before.


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Post by: HRH Tiana of NOLA on November 12, 2017, 05:19:29 am
^Not to mention there was a line in her speech about her dropping her own child off at the school gates just a day or two before.


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Post by: HRHOlya on November 12, 2017, 03:12:33 pm
Another hilarious gold nugget from Bill the Plumber, who doesn't have at least two nannies and two huge "apartments" / "houses" at his disposal, with the nursery likely far away from his slumber chamber

Prince William says he needs 'toothpicks to keep his eyes open' after being kept awake by George and Charlotte

Prince William made the comments as he watched the Wales v Australia rugby match on Saturday

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/prince-william-says-needs-toothpicks-11508073


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Post by: YooperModerator on November 12, 2017, 03:35:08 pm
^What a doofus!  Give up the they’re-just-like-us schtick will ya?



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Post by: HRH Tiana of NOLA on November 12, 2017, 08:42:56 pm
If William needs toothpicks to keep his eyes open it's from too many late night TOWIE marathons, not because of George and Charlotte.


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Post by: Whiffy Leaks on November 12, 2017, 08:58:00 pm
How patronising to the people that Aldo actually get up with their children at night, and then have to go to work and run their own households. He really clueless (thick) isn't he.


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Post by: HRH Tiana of NOLA on November 12, 2017, 10:13:05 pm
It's as though he comes up with things he thinks everything people would say just to make it seem like he's one of them. No one but the sugars is buying it.


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Post by: HRHOlya on November 14, 2017, 12:28:57 pm
In need of a royal rest! Prince William jokes that he needs 'toothpicks' to keep his eyes open due to being kept up by Charlotte and George

    Prince William attended the Wales vs Australia rugby match on Saturday
    Revealed that fatherhood had seen him suffer from a lack of sleep
    The prince said that he needed 'toothpicks' to keep his eyes open 


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-5080789/William-jokes-needs-toothpicks-eyes-open.html

At long last the fail has finally picked up the story. The comments are the best bit. :bored:


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Post by: Little light on November 14, 2017, 01:04:05 pm
Sometimes I only read these articles for the comments.

And they are priceless  :bouncy:


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Post by: sandy on November 14, 2017, 02:16:19 pm
Simple aspirations! LOL. I think Will is going to complain about the third kid his being in a family of two children, it's a different dynamic for him.


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Post by: HRHOlya on November 14, 2017, 03:40:55 pm
^^ You're not the only one  :tehe:

^ The complaining will reach a new high! Esp as he was against having a third, makes it all the more of a sore spot for him.

I wonder how he'll catch up on his beauty sleep when Cambs3 arrives.  :cookie: :looky:


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Post by: HRH Tiana of NOLA on November 14, 2017, 04:09:12 pm
^By hiring 3 more nannies and taking on as many engagements as possible so he doesn't have to be at home.


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Post by: kolkomilko on November 16, 2017, 10:51:54 am
In need of a royal rest! Prince William jokes that he needs 'toothpicks' to keep his eyes open due to being kept up by Charlotte and George

    Prince William attended the Wales vs Australia rugby match on Saturday
    Revealed that fatherhood had seen him suffer from a lack of sleep
    The prince said that he needed 'toothpicks' to keep his eyes open 


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-5080789/William-jokes-needs-toothpicks-eyes-open.html

At long last the fail has finally picked up the story. The comments are the best bit. :bored:


^ So should we feel pity for him? His remarks are so boring.


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Post by: FrederickLouis on December 01, 2017, 02:20:53 am
Has there been any published list of toys that Prince George would like for Christmas?   
 :home: :home: :home:
     
At Last! Prince George has written (printed) his letter!   
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-5127971/Prince-William-attends-tech-festival-Helsinki.html


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Post by: Stephanie on December 01, 2017, 11:01:27 am
https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/663991/prince-george-gay-christian-anger-royal-family-kate-middleton-church-of-england-william


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Post by: Akasha 85 on December 01, 2017, 01:54:11 pm
 :-
Did the priest have too much wine when he said that?


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Post by: YooperModerator on December 01, 2017, 01:59:08 pm
^It's the only excuse I can think of.  What a nasty piece of work to sexualize a four year old.


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Post by: leogirl on December 07, 2017, 05:45:56 am
People have been sexualizing children since Freud at least. Some really creepy experiments took place. The modern version is called NAMbLA.  :angry: :ick: :bat:


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Post by: Akasha 85 on December 07, 2017, 12:34:43 pm
Good point, they even make Tv-shows about it nowadays: Toddlers and Tiara's springs to mind! :thumbsdown: bignono

(I can totally imagine Kate not only watching but wanting to join the show with Charlotte :-X)

Just looked up nambla definition and :ick:


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Post by: Little light on December 07, 2017, 01:16:04 pm
I just did too and am shocked at how depraved some people can be.

 :ick: as well.


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Post by: HRHOlya on December 08, 2017, 02:04:44 pm
^^^ Never heard of nambla before  :ick: :ick:

People were always creeps. The ancient Greeks had a system where boys only were taught and their masters (men) had to have a sexual relationship at some point with them, but even for them the line was icky: it was not supposed to be so early that it was nambla territory but not so late to be in gay territory. Very disturbing. But I think many ignored this and didn't do it, not sure though.

Toddlers and Tiaras and similar all should be cancelled and forbidden, incl the pageants off-camera. Why won't people let children be children? I despise stage-moms who have unfullfilled dreams of becoming stars and then force their kids into these "careers".

Freud was also a creep frankly. I mean he's extremely important because he set the topic off and it became more seriously researched, but all his theories spin around sex and pnis envy and Oedipus/ Electra complexes and we're all supposed to have this, and all our dreams, just literally everything is sexually related/ motivated. So many of his theses have been either disproven or updated. Freud was a nut case himself!


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Post by: Whiffy Leaks on December 08, 2017, 08:36:36 pm
^ One of my degrees is psychology. You're spot on. To put it mildly, Freud had issues.


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Post by: Kuei Fei on December 08, 2017, 09:20:17 pm
I wish the US government would do something about NAMBLA and put a stop to their sickness; there's the First Amendment and then there's this.