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 on: Today at 08:55:14 pm 
Started by kolkomilko - Last post by AnaBolena
Back on topic I think seeing Carole and Diana going up against each other would have made for some interesting news articles.  I'm unsure as to who would have won because a daughter in laws children are different than a daughters children and lazy kate would have backed her mother putting Di on the back foot - although I'm confident she would have beaten Carole one way or another.  It would really have been more interesting to see.

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 on: Today at 08:54:57 pm 
Started by Stephie - Last post by Creepy
If true, I don´t beleive we will be hearing about it anytime soon.

It´s not going to look good if they come out of hospital holding a baby and say: We´re so excited to meet her for the first time *giggle*  she totally looks like daddy and btw we´re getting a divorce asap... and smile.  Kate-Horror-Queen baby king

Anyway, does anyone know what the alledged "no divorce" clause meant? I mean, did it happen? Does it mean "no divorce or granny will be very sad" or "no court in this country is allowed to grant you one" or "if you get one, you and your children will be removed from the line of sucession" "It will depend on my mood, the curcumstances and my advisors".  Some of those would have been made public, but I don´t know how things work there.

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 on: Today at 08:44:40 pm 
Started by sandy - Last post by Aquitaine
Thanks for the Hello scans, Fly.

The fact that Harry missed the first act and only turned up when she was due on stage seems to conclusively prove that he was there to support her and not Kate's charity imo. Even the organisers seem more interested in promoting themselves than supporting Action on Addiction - Hello took the time to mention that Band of Others is a newly-founded company and specifically named and praised the director (one of the founders perhaps?), but I just read on another forum that wine was apparently served during the intervals, which is pretty insensitive when you consider what AOA does - what if some of the audience were recovering alcoholics who wanted to show support for the charity that helped them overcome their addiction, for example? This isn't supposed to be a criticism of Cressida (she's just one of the actors after all, I somehow doubt she had anything to do with the refreshments) but it just goes to show the mindset of this social set - they're only interested in charity so long as they get something in return.

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 on: Today at 08:44:09 pm 
Started by Fly on the wall - Last post by Sheridan_is_appalled
Oh, that wasn't fawning.  That was serious shade being thrown! Cool

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 on: Today at 08:43:40 pm 
Started by Stephanie - Last post by buflesse
laugh

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 on: Today at 08:37:08 pm 
Started by windsor2 - Last post by Stephanie
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3018429/Prince-William-starts-new-job-training-fly-air-ambulance-missions-paternity-leave-baby-number-two-born-month.html laundry

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 on: Today at 08:36:31 pm 
Started by Fly on the wall - Last post by buflesse
http://www.theguardian.com/fashion/2015/mar/30/the-duchess-of-cambridge-pregnancy-wardrobe-media?CMP=fb_gu

"Forget the Duchess of Cambridge’s pregnancy wardrobe – the woman is a superhero"

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I think the fact that Kate Middleton-as-was wears anything that could even be described as “a wardrobe” while eight months pregnant – as opposed to, say, a giant sack, a pair of mismatched pyjamas from The Gap in XXXL or an animal onesie from the Primark sale – proves superhuman qualities on her part.

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So what do I think of Kate’s pregnancy wardrobe? I think the wardrobe, and she by extension, might actually be magical.

This comes across as very fawning, but Freeman might actually be raising subtle questions about HOW Kate can go through a pregnancy and not appear pregnant.

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 on: Today at 08:12:58 pm 
Started by Countess of Holland - Last post by Fly on the wall


so what about the thank you party they had?



and this
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Carole moves in - as a Royal housekeeper! Kate's parents take over after staff quit at William and Kate's Norfolk mansion
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge can finally breathe a sigh of relief after finding new housekeepers to run their Norfolk estate – Kate’s mum and dad.

Last month I revealed that William and Kate had lost the services of Amy and Colin Wood, their valuable husband-and-wife team.

Now I understand that Carole and Michael Middleton are personally filling the void while they help Kate look for some new hired help to maintain elegant Anmer Hall.

Though Carole has stopped short of scrubbing floors, she is said to be organising every detail of running the household from her own quarters in an annexe of the 100-room Georgian manor.

Kate’s father Michael is thought to be overseeing the gardening, and has been involved in making arrangements to clear a mole infestation which has ruined a pretty lawn overlooking the Sandringham estate.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2984596/GIRL-TOWN-Carole-moves-Royal-housekeeper.html#ixzz3TlIvtzvD


So will builders leave in time for the Royal baby? Work so behind on Norfolk mansion they may have to delay move until after birth


Work at the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s Norfolk country mansion is so behind schedule that the couple might have to postpone moving in until after the birth of their second child next month.

The Mail on Sunday understands that William, Kate and Prince George have been living at one of the Queen’s private shooting lodges instead and that Kate may even move back in with her parents after the new baby is born.

Local sources said decorators were still painting as recently as ten days ago at Anmer Hall, and that the Duchess, who has suffered from extreme morning sickness, has been unable to stay there

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3016487/So-builders-leave-time-Royal-baby-Work-Norfolk-mansion-delay-birth.html


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A source in the village of Anmer said: ‘All the locals had expected it to be finished months ago and that they would be in by now. But things have just run on and on for two years. They’ve been living at Wood Farm and popping in to Anmer every few days to check on the progress.’

The shooting lodge is set in remote marshland on the north Norfolk coast down a long private road.

If Anmer is not finished in time, Kate is said to be keen to move into her parents’ Berkshire manor house after the birth, just as she did when Prince George was born.

A source said: ‘Kate just wants to be looked after at her mum’s house and for the work on Anmer to be completed in her absence.’ A Kensington Palace spokesman declined to comment.
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Awwwww poor baby Carole really have Kate tight on a string . i get that sometimes its more comfy being around your mother,but with Kate its just weird


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 on: Today at 08:11:28 pm 
Started by Stephie - Last post by Stephanie
This means ALL Mansons have been kicked out of AH! loveshower

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 on: Today at 08:10:29 pm 
Started by Stephie - Last post by Sheridan_is_appalled
I think the end was in plain sight before she entered the Abbey.  That was the most awkward and disconnected wedding I have ever seen.

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