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 on: Today at 07:41:17 pm 
Started by Fly on the wall - Last post by livylivy
 tehe Comments are not so nice at all  tehe

Sorry but is it only me finding Kate' s green Dolce & Gabbana dress way too tight on her brest and torso? it looks not her size, one size smaller, she probably isn' t breathing in it  tehe
This is not the first time Kate wears a too small dress, she does quite often. Is it to look thinner? I think it doesn' t work, she just looks ridiculous

 on: Today at 07:30:30 pm 
Started by Fly on the wall - Last post by Kuei Fei
Kate's Hollywood makeover for her Canada tour: How 'movie star' Duchess is FINALLY having fun with fashion (and showing off an even trimmer new figure too)

Applying for a job as a Mountie, Kate? Duchess arrives in Canadian gold-rush town wearing a stunning scarlet coat that's a colour clash with the royal mounted police

 on: Today at 07:23:42 pm 
Started by Fly on the wall - Last post by livylivy

My grandma in her 80s used to wear that kind of shoes.
I don' t like them at all, it' s not that any kind of shoes are okay, as long as they are nit nude IMHO

 on: Today at 07:16:58 pm 
Started by YooperModerator - Last post by HC
AS i understand trump has had A privileged childhood and wealth whereas Hillarys background is A much more simple background. Hilary understand the poor from her own experience

 on: Today at 07:03:35 pm 
Started by Fly on the wall - Last post by Fly on the wall
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Applying for a job as a Mountie, Kate? Duchess arrives in Canadian gold-rush town wearing a stunning scarlet coat that's a colour clash with the royal mounted police

After a night in a rural three-star inn without their children, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were out and about early today soaking up the atmosphere in the gold rush town of Whitehorse.
Mid-way through their eight-day tour of Canada, William and Kate have flown to the northern province of Yukon for two days of engagements, taking in the wild beauty of the region.
Their first stop today was the MacBride Museum, for a lesson in Yukon's history, where Kate was wearing a brilliant pillar box red coat, unusual block heeled shoes with her hair swept back in a severe chignon.

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I like the coat yay for different shoes

 on: Today at 07:02:09 pm 
Started by Fly on the wall - Last post by Kuei Fei
I agree. Their 'too cool for school' attitude has basically been a bad influence. They seem to becoming as bad as the Casiraghis in this respect. Harry showing up looking casual for an appearance with military veterans and of course, William and Kate looking unprofessional.

Harry has been in Norway for his charity MapAction this week and probably met up with Team Rubicon, with whom he helped build a village school in Nepal. This meeting, Triplex16, involved emergency service people from all over the world and the huge exercises are held every few years. He's been patron of  MapAction for several years. They are vital when natural disasters occur and it's hardly a glamorous cause.
Harry did help build two worthwhile causes from the ground up, Sentebale in Lesotho when he was 19 and the Invictus Games, both of them requiring a lot of hard work and networking, especially the latter.

How is building a school in Nepal helping Britain? Or his subjects? Nepal is not part of the Commonwealth and Harry and WK look more interested in globetrotting than improving their countries. Harry should be working on villages in the Commonwealth, not Nepal.

 on: Today at 06:59:34 pm 
Started by Tatiana - Last post by Tatiana
  Exactly Sandy.

 on: Today at 06:44:52 pm 
Started by Kuei Fei - Last post by Kuei Fei
I do believe that HM was mistaken in letting her keep a courtesy title. Legal procedures aside, it has prevented her from moving on and building a life of her own.

 on: Today at 06:39:21 pm 
Started by Fly on the wall - Last post by Kuei Fei
Where are the shops - Kate and motherly  tehe And Rebecca D Is such an impartial source. She was probably just reminding him call me Mummy sweetie not "hey lady" In reality its rued to do it on official Royal events and if your ever representing the Queen I would do what she told me to. If a 3 year old isn't crying he's fine. Not to mention showing him he's more important than your hosts is probably why he treats heads of states like he does.

Those tassels on her shoes are horrible and he rest of it looks like she got dressed in the dark. thumbsdown
^ I agree with you LAdy Ava: that wasn' t the right moment to show Kate' s the perfect mum. Kate was supposed to greet the canadian ministers and I don' t find bending down that way so polished.

We thought how disgraceful she saw to George bent down so unregal and didnt speak to the dignitaries waiting in line to be spoken to.. After all him and her have Super nanny for the children she will always be clueless where people are concerned my goodness they are useless … Representing our country and we think they both lack so much professionalism for the roles of being Royal … They need to be kicked into touch with normal etiquette on these Tours .. We are saying thank god she didnt show her knickers this time ..

I agree with both of you. There's nothing wrong with the kid, he's not crying, therefor there is no need to bend down to his level, particularly not when you're supposed to be greeting dignitaries. Also, QEII may not have been the best mother but she wasn't one who hid them away, so therefore she didn't need to constantly have to look down and worry if her kids were going to have a melt down or kick off because they weren't used to being around people.

Canada First Nations chief won't join UK royals for 'empty gesture' ceremony
Good on them!
Horrible dresses, kids dressed stupidly and ugly, useless tour, the usual tehe

First, Kate needs to stop thinking of herself as a concerned parent (which we know is a joke) and needs to start prioritizing her role as a royal duchess. Second, the chief was right to snub the ceremony since it is an empty gesture. If the BRF were sincere, they would basically send HM. This is just as bad as when WK tried to do a 'meet and greet' with the Maori King and ended up angering him.

 on: Today at 05:50:55 pm 
Started by YooperModerator - Last post by Rebecca
^Keep in mind that that is only your opinion. Based on your posts in the past, I am thinking that you live outside the US. You are welcome to your opinion, but I and millions of other people strongly believe that our best chance of a change in this country from the destruction of the past 30 yrs is Trump. That's why the media, political insiders, and most foreign governments oppose him. Most of the political elite do not want things to get better...  that's why they want Hillary, she will be more of the same.

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