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 on: Today at 11:09:02 pm 
Started by Kuei Fei - Last post by cate1949
just saw a Forbes article which claims that Harry's annual income from his trust is $450,000 per year.  While that is just a bit more (LOL) than I make it still is not really such a huge sum.  Explains those shabby suits

As for those Victoria Secret claims - they might get him if they made a major contribution to WWTW or Sentebale - if they were serious they would.  LOL

Isn't there a Sentebale fundraiser coming up soon?

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 on: Today at 10:55:14 pm 
Started by Fly on the wall - Last post by cate1949
h yes - you can claim that the western media is biased - but you rely on RT which is also depply biased and inaccurate.  Balance m'dear - balance.


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 on: Today at 10:45:51 pm 
Started by Kuei Fei - Last post by Fly on the wall
^i read on twitter that the christening did not count cause it was private even though we got pics . it was not a public event

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 on: Today at 10:43:16 pm 
Started by Kuei Fei - Last post by gingerboy24
Goodbye New Zealand!

Prince William holds Prince George for the first time in public since he was born as he and the Duchess of Cambridge prepare to board the flight to Australia.

A happy family.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/royal-tour-2014-recap-william-3417975#ixzz2z5VE8R8P
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Do these newspapers ever do their research.  Did we, or did we not, see wimpo holding the sprog and jiggling him about at the christening.  Indeed we did. 

Seriously, it is getting to the stage where they all print out so many lies abut this lazy duo that we are now at the point on disbelieving most of it.  This morning thousands were welcoming the lazy duo, turns out to be hundreds. 

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Their visit to New Zealand is already being hailed as one of the most successful ever by members of the Royal Family.
  ick


On which universe might one ask.  Got off to a flying start with Crotch-gate I will most certainly agree with that.  The rest of it was pretty dull and boring.

Shish kebab, these newspapers should have to buy a licence to print such lying drivel.  If they only realised just how daft they sound.

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 on: Today at 10:24:12 pm 
Started by Ceridwen - Last post by gingerboy24
That signet ring, family ring, whatever you call it, rather big for a little finger.  So ostentatious, always have a good laugh when I see the medds wearing "the rings".  Maybe ma medd is spitting feathers over the Oz trip and taking it out on orangina, you never know.

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 on: Today at 10:23:38 pm 
Started by Kuei Fei - Last post by cate1949
deep fried anything is not to my taste but the thought of a deep fried Mars bar is truly yuck.  Mars Bars are hard to find for sale in the US - or at least where I live.  When I was a kid they were easy to find - but no more.

Re: class.  I read that on objective measures of class the US is actually more a class society than the UK - do not remember where I read this though.  However - I do think race obscures class issues in the US and class obscures race or ethnic prejudice issues in the UK.  At any rate - if one believes that eliminating the monarchy or the hereditary peerage will eliminate class I think you  are in for a shock.  The way our society is organized constantly benefits those who have more and so even without titles and the "blue blood" idea - there would be an overclass.  I think the answer is to insist on more transparency and less corruption in government.  Look at the Scandi's - they have monarchies and a titled class yet they have much less disparity int he distribution of wealth than other societies.  It isn't the monarchy - it is the cronyism.

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 on: Today at 10:19:46 pm 
Started by Pepe Le Skew - Last post by theduchess
Funny how the DM now says he's the spitting image of his "father" not mum. easter-lol They so know the real truth.

They are only saying that because he has been wearing rompers very similar to how Diana dressed PW. I presume this is the article?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2605762/What-romper-Prince-George-looks-fetching-nautical-themed-outfit-no-not-dress.html

If so then its all about how he is being dressed not how he looks. Not sure about anyone else but I think the whole "George Effect" is pretty annoying.

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 on: Today at 10:14:49 pm 
Started by Kuei Fei - Last post by Alexandrine
^Personal comments towards other posters are not allowed.

Please stop with *critical person* & sycophant interminable discussion. This is a forum to discuss opinions. It would be no fun if everyone agreed.


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 on: Today at 09:56:59 pm 
Started by Kuei Fei - Last post by Fly on the wall
 just pure hype to get people talking.

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 on: Today at 09:49:23 pm 
Started by Kuei Fei - Last post by Fly on the wall
Prince William likes deep-fried Mars bars: 5 things we learned from day 10 of the royal tour

 1. William is a fan of Glasgow speciality deep-fried Mars bars - but not so keen on Irn-Bru.
While chatting to Australian swimmer Alicia Coutts the prince told her he's be watching her at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow later this year.
 
Alicia said: "I said that I'd been told I should sample Irn-Bru.
 
"But he said that it's over-rated and that I should try deep-fried Mars bars."
 
2. Kate thinks George is "podgy".
While speaking to a family at the New Zealand police college, the duchess said: "Sorry we couldn't bring George
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/royal-tour-2014-prince-william-3419276?utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=twitterfeed

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