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 on: Today at 04:35:13 am 
Started by Ella - Last post by i used to be a monarchist
^^

I agree, they're claiming those suites for offices but they will be for the Middletons.  If PW and KM are living in separate quarters, remember KM is not capable of living on her own.  Definitely for CM's and/or the other Middletons' use.

When is the abolition/dismantling of the monarchy referendum going to be initiated?  My feeling is toward the end of PC's reign.

Surely many people feel as I do, that we will not support any of the Middleton family.

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 on: Today at 04:21:26 am 
Started by Ella - Last post by windsor2
If that's the case, I hope all of the other royal family memebers want their extended family to live in the royal residences and direct staff that the public pays for. This will definitely put a coin in the coffin of the royal family. Brexit's slitting the country apart with politicians quitting left and right, the market and the ound tumbling, etc, but these 2 lazy insignificant people want to take over KP as their court.  bored3 You know what, I hope they do and that'll trigger their royal exit (roexit).

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 on: Today at 03:58:07 am 
Started by Fly on the wall - Last post by CathyJane
I do hope that whenever Liz does pass (which I hope isn't for a very long time!) Chucky and Cammie can keep their satisfied smirks off their faces during the funeral and coronation. Both are solemn occasions so it will be tricky for them.  bignono

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 on: Today at 03:09:25 am 
Started by Ella - Last post by Kuei Fei
Yet at the same time, it was because WK were going to live in Norfolk whether the Court liked it or not. Now they're going to reside full time and then get extra rooms, and I think this time around, the Midds will be able to hang out around there full time. I do think Carole will reside there, directing the operations of household staff and basically living it up. It could well be the office rooms will be for the Middletons.

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 on: Today at 02:17:50 am 
Started by Ella - Last post by windsor2
Well he'll get away with it if someone doesn't stop him. My theory though is that Waity will live in the other quarters whilst Wills will live in Appartment 10. Appartment 8 and 9 for staff and offices for these 2 lazy people makes no sense. I really don't think that the Midds can move into KP. Remeber when Wills and Waity moved in the first time and it looked like the Midds couldn't stay there. 

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 on: Today at 01:52:19 am 
Started by gingerboy24 - Last post by Fly on the wall
He was pitch perfect': Prince William wins support from Monica Lewinsky for his campaign to end cyberbullying

Prince William has found an unlikely ally in his efforts to take a stand against cyberbullying in Monica Lewinsky.
The Duke of Cambridge, 34, last week urged firms such as apple to take a stand against abusive behaviour online, saying: 'Bullying is bullying, wherever it happens.'
And Monica, 42, who has restyled herself as an activist has praised the Duke of Cambridge's stance, describing his speech to the London 2016 Founders Forum, a conference for digital entrepreneurs as 'pitch perfect'.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3660608/Monica-Lewinsky-supports-Prince-William-s-campaign-end-cyberbullying.html#ixzz4CjjXcKSm
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 on: Today at 01:50:14 am 
Started by duchesschicana - Last post by Fly on the wall
What about the job, Beatrice? Princess and her boyfriend Dave Clark escape Britain's Brexit woes with a relaxing break in Monaco on board a luxury yacht


Between the lacklustre weather and the woes of those who voted 'remain', there are a plenty of unhappy people on Britain's shores at the moment.
Perhaps that's why Princess Beatrice, 27, and boyfriend Dave Clark thought it was an opportune time to escape to sunnier climes.
The pair were spotted soaking up the sun on a yacht in Monaco with friends this weekend, and Dave in particular looked to be in extremely high spirits.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3660988/Princess-Beatrice-escapes-Brexit-woes-yacht-Monaco.html#ixzz4Cjj27F8Y
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 on: Today at 01:44:09 am 
Started by Ella - Last post by Kuei Fei
WK are like a lot of families that basically don't want to make do, they want more and more and more. They could convert their suites into an office, but they just demand more and more because they often get what they want.

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 on: Today at 01:36:06 am 
Started by Stephanie - Last post by Kuei Fei
I do believe that William has no clue of the horrendous destruction he's unleashed on his family; just the same, Kate is clueless about how much damage she has done to her Sovereign and of course, the nation's prestige. For someone who climbed so hard, she's doing remarkably little to uphold the prestige and do her best for her Sovereign. If William sincerely comprehended the disaster he's wrought, he would go mad. Literally mad.

I don't think Kate will comprehend the damage she's done because she is so narrow-minded and frankly wasn't raised to be broadminded. Her entire upbringing has been centered on her feelings and her wants and HER goals in life, look at how she treated her courtship with William. She fancied she would end up married right after uni, no matter what William's plans were, or whether or not it was what he wanted, it was all about her timeline.

I think the more William spent time with Kate, the narrower his viewpoint about life became. He went from spending time doing humanitarian work to mooching around the clubs and basically jet setting to 'unwind' after doing token military work. He went from doing various appearances to whining about not having privacy and blaming the press and making threats each time Kate got worked up over a random snap of her going about her days.

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 on: Today at 01:29:26 am 
Started by Fly on the wall - Last post by HRHOlya
Another article on shopping.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3661267/His-frugal-Highness-Prince-Harry-glances-reduced-ready-meals-stocking-healthy-snacks-West-London-supermarket-trip.html


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