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 on: October 15, 2017, 05:15:05 am 
Started by Varya - Last post by windsor2
It's an article from July of this year. i thought it was new.   Embarrassed    It's funny no n light of Gary being in trouble and the useless sack of bones Waity still is.  eating cookies

 on: October 15, 2017, 05:08:47 am 
Started by HRHOlya - Last post by Snowpea
According to the DM journo on twitter the queen has doubts she can stand during all the ceremony and the walk backwards.

She is over 90 - she is slowing down, folks.  sigh

On another note - I wonder if a few people will make this solemn event about getting some more attention to themselves?  easter-sly

 on: October 15, 2017, 05:00:35 am 
Started by Fly on the wall - Last post by Snowpea
Oh, so Harry is going to Denmark - next month.  sigh

 on: October 15, 2017, 04:59:35 am 
Started by Varya - Last post by Snowpea
And of course, they are no longer accepting comments.  sly  shifty

Normal - she does nothing to normalize anything!

 on: October 15, 2017, 03:51:34 am 
Started by Varya - Last post by Rosella
So-called journalist Molly Rose Pike kept addressing the baronet historian Sir Ferdinand Mount as Sir Mount instead of Sir Ferdinand throughout that article on 'normal' Kate. If she can't get a form of address right it doesn't say much for the veracity of what else she's quoting in the piece.

A long time ago even rags like the Fail had proof readers. No longer. One tab even had headlines about HRH the Queen a week ago. If they can't get something like HM correct then they should just leave articles on royalty alone IMHO.

 on: October 15, 2017, 03:09:04 am 
Started by Alexandrine - Last post by windsor2

'Conflict' likely among staff as Royal Family enters a new era
"I don't think there is a conflict behind the scenes as far as the main players (the royals) are concerned… but there probably is a conflict between the people who are organising them," said Dickie Arbiter.
But Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and Kensington Palace do still at times work to their own agendas, with their own distinctive priorities, as staff try to manage the needs of an ageing monarch.

 on: October 15, 2017, 01:45:16 am 
Started by spookyboo - Last post by FrederickLouis
^It was interesting to learn that Ruth, Lady Fermoy returned the love letters. It is a wonder that Lady Fermoy did not burn each letter herself.  bye

 on: October 15, 2017, 01:35:37 am 
Started by Varya - Last post by windsor2
'We're in a less magical era of monarchy': Baronet says Kate makes the Royal Family NORMAL in revealing documentary (but adds the Duchess makes its future stronger than ever) tehe tehe

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There's no point to the monarchy if they're "just like us."

 on: October 14, 2017, 11:54:39 pm 
Started by Fly on the wall - Last post by Miss Hathaway
At the end of the day, I'd think that the BRF would know what they're doing at that level; dealing with a former president and keeping the family members out of sticky political situations. When the Obama's were invited to dinner and met George in his bathrobe, or when they went to stay with the queen at Buckingham Palace whilst he was still in office, I don't recall posters talking about the BRF is being foolish dealing with the Obamas because they're all about the politics. I'm not pro Obama or anti Republican, I just don't see them as always pushing their political agenda. Anyway, we'll see how this plays out on the day.

Aw, shucks, Windsor2, I'm fairly certain I had a few strong opinions about this issue . . .   Hi

 on: October 14, 2017, 11:35:01 pm 
Started by Yooper - Last post by HRHOlya
BREAKING NEWS: Oscars board revokes Harvey's lifetime membership over sexual harassment scandal meanwhile Woody Allen actress alleges Weinstein R*PED her at her London home as Scotland Yard investigates

    English actress, Lysette Anthony, 54, claims Harvey Weinstein r*ped her in the 80s at her home in London in an interview released Saturday
    Last week Scotland Yard said they were investigating an incident without naming the actress
    In a new interview, the actress of Woody Allen's 'Husband and Wives' says the alleged attack was 'revolting' and left her 'disgusted and embarrassed'
    Also on Saturday the board of governors voted to oust Weinstein during an emergency meeting
    They said the 'era of willful ignorance and shameful complicity in sexually predatory behavior and workplace harassment in our industry is over'
    Weinstein won a personal Oscar for Best Picture in 1999 for Shakespeare in Love
    It is not yet clear whether the Academy will rescind that award

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Amazon scraps Harvey Weinstein-produced series starring Julianne Moore and Robert De Niro

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