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 on: March 22, 2019, 02:44:16 am 
Started by Kuei Fei - Last post by windsor2
Duchess of York looks in high spirits as she attends the opening night of The Temptations musical on Broadway
The Duchess of York looked in great spirits as she enjoyed a night at the theatre.

Sarah Ferguson, 59, was all-smiles as she hit the red carpet for the opening night of Ain't Too Proud - The Life and Times of The Temptations' Broadway Play in New York on Thursday.

Posing up a storm for the cameras, Fergie seemed to be in her element.

Fergie's trip to New York comes after she flew out to Sierra Leone last month for charity work.

How's she able to travel so much when she's broke?

Why does she always look a mess? She has a wet stain on her blouse.

 on: March 22, 2019, 01:37:38 am 
Started by Stephanie - Last post by windsor2
RICHARD KAY: The company started in the Middleton's garden shed and made them millions and now their business is said to be in peril, but the family insist... The party's FAR from over

The reality, I can reveal, is somewhat different. Far from contracting her business, Carole Middleton is intent on growing it and she is in talks with investors over plans to expand it.

But for the Middletons, trading is infinitely more complicated than for most small businesses. Any slip risks being magnified or exaggerated, impacting not just on the bottom line but also on their unique position as royal in-laws.

No one is more conscious of that than Carole. And it is why she has been so alive to ensuring the family can never be accused of exploiting their quasi-royal status for the sake of the family firm.

In fact the firm employs more than 30 people and as one insider said: ‘Losing three is hardly half the staff. We’re very confident about the future.’

Last night, Carole told a family friend: ‘Yes, a couple of people are leaving but this is our much-loved family business which is far from failing. All of the changes we are making are to help protect the business for the future.

‘We are in talks with some very exciting investors who believe in our plans to grow the business.’

Although there are no publicly available figures or company accounts to pore over — as a partnership they do not have to file any such information, it has been claimed the business is worth up to £30 million.

Having investors will open the books up to scrutiny.  eating cookies  Imo, the business is very dodgy indeed as I believe it’s used for money laundering and other unsavory business.

 on: March 22, 2019, 12:49:23 am 
Started by Alexandrine - Last post by Snowpea
Needless to say that I hope this isn’t bs as this humanitarian and woman’s right faker has to be booted and a nasty tape would do just that.
 eating cookies

It will have a domino effect - the whole house of cards will come crashing down.  sigh

 on: March 22, 2019, 12:22:03 am 
Started by Alexandrine - Last post by CathyJane
Oh wow!! This should be fun!  tehe

 on: March 22, 2019, 12:17:28 am 
Started by meememe - Last post by CathyJane
 Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked

 on: March 21, 2019, 11:42:50 pm 
Started by FrederickLouis - Last post by dianab
None of that matters in regards to who is or isn't on a throne. Charles is the future King and I am certain that if he had remembered it and basically grew up and learned to have more confidence and maturity, he would have appreciated it and had a fabulous marriage. Camilla was feeding him unhealthy victimized martyrdom to keep him from growing up, being faithful to his wife, and also he could have ended up being the man his ancestors were. Diana had just about everything to make any man fabulously deliriously happy. Any politician would NEVER have let their mistress mess with the mind of his wife. He is destined to be King with all that power and he has the gall to end up being relevant to tabloids and gossip columnists when he could have been relevant to so much more powerful people. Without Camilla, he could be seasoned at making regular speeches at the UN, schmoozing his way into the respect that he so yearns for and enjoying life to the full. He could be running Wales or he could be Viceroy for HM and enjoying a taste of his future power.

Charles had always shined and second, before he married Diana or even dated her, he WAS the shining star.

Very true. He was a prince and direct first heir to the BRF for goodness sake. By that proxy alone he was a star. It wasn't like he was some anonymous schmuck whose wife shot to fame and he was left in the dust. All those years of being known, talked about, photographed, etc and his ego was still too fragile to allow his wife to have some shine of her own without turning into a complete man-child. I don't get people like that.
when he married diana she become the star and he was in supportive role. as crowds during the tours as press, they just wanted her. a important position dont make a star, it's the person. chuck found out HRH didnt make him special outside of his sycophant's circle ... he found out as real world works out

 on: March 21, 2019, 10:19:47 pm 
Started by Stephanie - Last post by marion
^^^Yup, total  BS BS for sure.

Won't being before they blame Brexit

 on: March 21, 2019, 10:17:09 pm 
Started by FortressODaveBarry - Last post by marion
Definitely not, even Fergie's not that desperate

 on: March 21, 2019, 10:05:21 pm 
Started by FortressODaveBarry - Last post by Val

Someone must be paying for that useless prat.  Nobody has blown so many opportunities.
He was desperate enough to appear at a Crufts, rambling on about his dogs and desperately hoping to endear himself to dog lovers.  Perhaps ma should fix him up with Fergie, they certainly deserve each other though I doubt if even she would enjoy having her toes sucked by him.

 on: March 21, 2019, 09:32:09 pm 
Started by Alexandrine - Last post by india
The Potato Head and her striving lot is one right royal pain in the arse.

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