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 on: Today at 05:02:25 pm 
Started by Stephanie - Last post by Liquorice
Interesting Twitter from Richard Palmer ref Carole

That's interesting Richard Palmer dared to tweet that.

Carole Middleton has got a correction to a newspaper story that claimed she'd moved into Anmer Hall for a month, causing marital problems.

 Obviously, he has long been aware of many things going on between the BRF, the Middletons, and the British newspapers, and it is only now he tweets such a piece of information !!!  Shocked  
He is the one who tweeted his anger when Charlotte's pictures were sent to Twitter. It's the straw that broke the camel's back.
I'm under the impression Palmer moved onto the offensive towards Carole Middleton.
The fun has just begun... wait and see...  eating cookies

 on: Today at 04:50:43 pm 
Started by Stephanie - Last post by Liquorice
^ I see your innuendo ! But you imagine, one of the Pitts' acquaintance asking them : 'Oh, I saw in US Weekly you went to Prince William, how was it ?' 'Oh, I don't know because I have never been there !'.
No, no, having Queen Elizabeth's second heir and especially his wife behaving like a Z-list groupie, faking a meeting with top Hollywood celebrity is definitely a NO.
To my mind, it shows the Cambridges/Middletons are aware they can't have any connection with that Hollywood set, probably because of gossip about many things : the Middletons' behaviour, the Cambridges' laziness, the S-word... Otherwise, I can't believe they would have risked leaking that fancy tale.

 on: Today at 04:26:08 pm 
Started by karla64 - Last post by sandy
I think young people can be interested in reading up on royalty. The Internet and books provide glimpses into when the elderly royals were young. Hello and Majesty Magazine have regular features. Obviously none of us remember the days of Nicholas and Alexandra and t heir children but huge numbers of books and films are out there and they have their fans. When the Queen Mum was very elderly there was much out there about her younger years and there is the iconic photo of her in her wedding dress. To me Camilla being irresistible is debatable. Some IMO might not have been taken in by her "charms".

 on: Today at 04:00:43 pm 
Started by Stephanie - Last post by Kuei Fei
Carole Middleton doesn’t care if you think she’s ‘an arriviste or a social climber’

Yeah… I still have questions. While I think Carole is a great example of someone from a working class background fighting tooth and nail to become upper-middle-class, to the point where she’s married her oldest child off to the heir to the throne, I still find fault with some of Carole’s methods. She’s organized and hard-working and good for her, but she raised a pampered, spoiled daughter who can barely function as an adult without her mommy’s intervention. Also, I love how the explanations for the Middletons’ wealth changes year by year. The Middletons’ finances are kind of sketchy, just my opinion.

 on: Today at 03:56:16 pm 
Started by Fly on the wall - Last post by gingerboy24
If you download and enhance the piccie IMO it is not harry in the helicopter, wrong hair, wrong colour, wrong build.  Not bill medd either.  Enhancing is an amazing thing, you see so much more when you enhance.  That lot are such liars, doubt they can even lie straight in bed.

 on: Today at 03:52:43 pm 
Started by karla64 - Last post by rosielinks
The younger generation tend not to be that interested in royalty - especially the older members.

It would be harder for twenty-year-olds to see, say, Prince Phillip as the handsome, athletic playboy he once was and to appreciate Camilla as the irresistible sexy mistress of Charles' younger days.

 on: Today at 03:47:32 pm 
Started by Alexandrine - Last post by gingerboy24
Hmmm, not sure about it being what HM wanted.  This whole thing has been low key, and appears to be deliberately so, in which case why would HM want loads of people in a paddock.  Rather suspect it is a medd related idea.  We know how much bill medd intensely dislikes the public, IMO he would not want anyone milling around.  We will see, not long now.

 on: Today at 02:51:25 pm 
Started by Alexandrine - Last post by kolkomilko

So I think it wasn't their wish, in my opinion HM wants it.  easter-lol

 on: Today at 02:43:46 pm 
Started by karla64 - Last post by sandy

.... and to add many of the people that are against Camilla being queen may have also taken their leave of this world.  It may be less of an issue than we consider it to be at this time.

I totally disagree. For one thing Camilla was about 14 years older than Diana. Diana's generation is not exactly in danger of extinction. Also why isn't it considered that younger people may not like Camilla, and heard things about her from their parents.

 on: Today at 01:45:15 pm 
Started by karla64 - Last post by Rosella
^^Yes, I agree. I just don't feel that Camilla is a particularly healthy woman or one with a strong constitution. She's older than Charles by two years, and even if the Queen hangs on for only another ten years I can't see Camilla being a really active woman like her mother in law is.

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