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 on: June 22, 2017, 02:05:27 pm 
Started by Tatiana - Last post by Rosella
People are starting to really notice that neither he nor Willie mention their father or Camilla at all in interviews, including the one William gave to GQ a few weeks ago. Charles's latest biographer was as discreet as heck but even she hinted that Charles doesn't see much of his grandchildren.

Someone on another forum said the Cambridges didn't spend much time at Ascot with Charles and Camilla but quite a bit with Carole and Mike. Now we've got Harry not speaking about C and C in this wide ranging interview. I think Harry is closer to Charles than William is but that's not saying much. When these two documentaries to mark the 20th anniversary of Diana's death come out and neither of them say anything about Dad then we will know something is up, IMO.

 on: June 22, 2017, 02:05:10 pm 
Started by Tatiana - Last post by danifaul
richard Palmer‏
 Graham Smith of Republic: "It seems they're reluctant to do the work, but happy to take the perks and privileges that come with the role."

 Anti-monarchy group @RepublicStaff says reluctant royals should stand aside for an effective, accountable head of state.

phil dampier‏
William has NEVER been happy with his destiny. No surprise but I honestly think it's time to stop the interviews.

Prince Harry says no Royal wants to be King or Queen, and talks about "modernising the British monarchy"
Rhiannon Mills retweetou Sky News
A quote #PrinceHarry may be regretting. What I think he means is younger royals would prefer different balance between duties/normal life
Dickie Arbiter retweetou Rhiannon Mills
You've got it spot on Rhiannon - this is a clear case of mouth working quicker than the brain

 on: June 22, 2017, 01:45:11 pm 
Started by Tatiana - Last post by dianab
It was a Charles idea and fully pushed/supported by the old greek (Philip). The personal relations between Charles and his sons are really bad. I suppose the therapist mother of Meghan has same type of friendship with Harry as William has with Carole.

 on: June 22, 2017, 01:40:17 pm 
Started by Tatiana - Last post by Alexandrine

It is a very flattering account but still both Will and him seem entitled.

He is normal because he goes shopping...ok. Then it is fun that they mentiom him going to Will's but also that they not see each other much.

 on: June 22, 2017, 01:28:14 pm 
Started by Tatiana - Last post by Rosella
Has anyone here read the original Newsweek interview given by Harry? Or only the bits and pieces cherry picked and skewed by the DM in order to sensationalise as much as they can?

 on: June 22, 2017, 12:24:47 pm 
Started by Tatiana - Last post by danifaul
think is Great interview ...  wopedo for the Republicans.

Prince Harry, 32, claimed that nobody in his family 'wants to be king or queen'
tehe i believe that york`s family would like

We are not doing this for ourselves but for the greater good of the people.


He makes clear that, in partnership with William and his wife Kate, the young royals are also keen to modernise the monarchy – although there is, intriguingly, no mention of their father, Charles
It seems .... When the queen 'passes', there will be two monarchies : Clarence vs Kensington

'Even if I was king, I would do my own shopping.'
Indirect to Charles?  huh

In recent weeks Harry has also spoken at length about the negative aspects of his mother' death and how he underwent years of private anguish and anger before finally seeking professional help in his late 20s.

Now he insists he can use the passions that often dragged in him into trouble – such as his naked antics in a Las Vegas hotel room – for good.'I believe a leopard can change its spots,' he says.
Good for him and like this is part .  thumbsup

 on: June 22, 2017, 12:22:33 pm 
Started by Alexandrine - Last post by danifaul

 on: June 22, 2017, 12:09:10 pm 
Started by Tatiana - Last post by danifaul
cate  flower agree
But no more self revelations please.  No more Mummy died.  And no more life is so hard for me cause I am a royal.  Look to your grandmother and your Aunt as role models

 on: June 22, 2017, 12:07:10 pm 
Started by Tatiana - Last post by rosielinks
I am certain that Charles can't wait to be king. Very strange he did not mention his father at all.

 on: June 22, 2017, 11:54:52 am 
Started by Nighthawk - Last post by sandy
Camilla's husband did not put up a fuss when Charles wanted to sleep with his wife, he doesn't raise an eyebrow when his own son leaves him out of his book jacket bio blurb and just talks about "Sir" and Mum, he gets invited to royal events which he probably craves, and more or less is the Ernest Simpson of his day. Diana OTOH would have been involved with the royals as the mother of the heir and spare. And two living exes would have complicated matters for Charles more. It was absurd when Charles' spin claimed he was "Diana's widower." In which case Diana should have had the HRH and had a full scale royal funeral.

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