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 on: August 18, 2017, 03:31:12 pm 
Started by Alexandrine - Last post by gingerboy24
Look at this face, he sure looks a shed load more than 35 years old, seriously gone to the dogs since he wed council cath.

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2017/08/16/23/434E94B000000578-4796964-The_line_up_of_the_Tattoo_includes_more_than_250_pipers_and_drum-a-5_1502924156992.jpg

 32 
 on: August 18, 2017, 03:27:27 pm 
Started by Alexandrine - Last post by gingerboy24
And how did the paps know where she was going?  Ah yes, of course, she has them on speed dial.  She looks like a man in drag, very masculine look.  You would never notice her in a crowd, and I am 100% sure that thepaps were hanging around a gym waiting for her.  The medds must think we are all as stupid as them. Wouldn´t surprise me if they paid the paps to do it either, they are fame wh*res as we know from over the first we ever head of that vile crew.

 33 
 on: August 18, 2017, 02:30:38 pm 
Started by Nighthawk - Last post by dianab
Charles was said to be afraid "they would blame him." I doubt he was sincere if he clapped. He was the one who wanted Diana's HRH removed according to various sources. It seems hypocritical if he clapped.
Diana asked to HRH to be removed and later she was advised to keep it, but then the queen wouldnt change.... i've read it was philip who wanted diana's hrh removed, indeed he was told have threatened take her title away few times during the war of waleses

 34 
 on: August 18, 2017, 01:02:57 pm 
Started by Mia - Last post by HRHOlya
Heartbroken but unbowed: King Felipe leads a minute's silence as Barcelona stands to remember those killed along Las Ramblas before chanting 'We are not afraid'

    King Felipe stood next to Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy as they paused to reflect in Placa de Catalunya
    After the moment of reflection, crowds erupted into chants of 'No tenim por! - meaning 'We are not afraid!'
    Spanish royal family said in an unusually strongly-worded statement: 'They are assassins, criminals who won't terrorise us. All of Spain is Barcelona'
    Las Ramblas walkway quietly reopened this morning, after a van rampage that killed 13 and wounded 100
    Lawyer and University of Glasgow rector Aamer Anwar said a heavy police presence remained on the streets


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4801896/Emotional-tourists-locals-return-Las-Ramblas.html

 35 
 on: August 18, 2017, 01:01:00 pm 
Started by Alexandrine - Last post by HRHOlya
No rest for the wedded! Pippa Matthews keeps up her gruelling fitness regime as she cycles to luxury London gym where she shaped up for her nuptials

    Pippa Matthews headed to the KX gym in Chelsea, London on Friday
    She arrived by bicycle in a pair of leggings and a coral vest top from 2XU
    The sister of the Duchess of Cambridge married James Matthews in May


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4802136/Pippa-Matthews-cycles-luxury-London-gym.html

 36 
 on: August 18, 2017, 12:59:24 pm 
Started by Nighthawk - Last post by HRHOlya
Diana's dress of the century: Mystery of the back-up wedding gown that vanished, how her waist shrank five inches in six months and a secret message in her shoes

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4801020/Diana-dress-century.html

 37 
 on: August 18, 2017, 12:24:33 pm 
Started by Nighthawk - Last post by sandy
Charles was said to be afraid "they would blame him." I doubt he was sincere if he clapped. He was the one who wanted Diana's HRH removed according to various sources. It seems hypocritical if he clapped.

 38 
 on: August 18, 2017, 03:53:15 am 
Started by Nighthawk - Last post by Rosella
There was a short discussion on Cepe Smith's Twitter about the new doco on the week following Diana's death which will be on British TV soon. On the subject of the eulogy by Earl Spencer, Robert Jobson who's a Royal correspondent, stated that Charles clapped afterwards, and he saw him.

https://mobile.twitter.com/theroyaleditor/status/898311565740474368

 39 
 on: August 18, 2017, 03:25:14 am 
Started by Nighthawk - Last post by Rosella
Why would it have been 'a lost decade'? Admittedly Victoria didn't go out in public that much in those years, though she resumed reviewing troops, attended a cousin's wedding, held courts for debutantes and others at BP. She still attended to her red boxes, still met, and on occasions argued with and reprimanded, her prime ministers and other ministers. She involved herself in awarding honours and approving appointments and in ministerial recommendations for posts, especially bishops and archbishops. The Queen strongly supported the Second Reform Bill which double the number of males on the electoral rolls. Her favourite Prime Minister Disraeli came into power in 1868.
 
Victoria engaged in matchmaking for her daughter Lenchen (Helena) and attended three of her children's weddings in the years following Albert's death. She made a big production of her grief at the Prince of Wales's nuptials, and Alice's wedding to Louis of Hesse was more like a funeral, but both of them then had separate establishments (Alice's in Germany) and she was happier at Helena's to Prince Christian of Schleswig Holstein (who looked more like the bride's grandfather) because the couple would be staying in England helping her. She gave the bride away. Hardly 'lost'.

 40 
 on: August 18, 2017, 01:48:24 am 
Started by Nighthawk - Last post by FrederickLouis
Was the decade after Prince Albert's demise in 1861 a lost decade for Queen Victoria?

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