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« Reply #160 on: November 20, 2017, 11:33:40 pm »

^^ Will you post the pic I've never seen it. flower
   
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« Reply #161 on: November 21, 2017, 12:45:14 am »

I'd never seen that picture before either.

Thanks for posting it.  thankyou
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« Reply #162 on: November 21, 2017, 03:12:26 am »

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« Reply #163 on: November 21, 2017, 09:00:25 pm »

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On their 70th wedding anniversary The Queen has made Prince Philip a Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order
The Royal Victorian order recognises distinguished personal services to the monarch.
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« Reply #164 on: November 22, 2017, 01:16:54 pm »

The night Jackie made the Queen jealous: Explosive Netflix drama The Crown claims Mrs Kennedy's flirting with Prince Philip left the monarch teary during presidential visit
At the heart of the new series, which chronicles the life of Queen Elizabeth, lies a visit from Jackie Kennedy that allegedly sent the Queen into a jealous fury with her husband. The scene, right, re-imagines the night that the royal couple, who are celebrating 70 years of marriage this year, hosted the Kennedys at Buckingham Palace in 1961, left. According to The Telegraph , the scene sees the Duke of Edinburgh tell the Queen that Jackie has asked him to give her a tour of their home. In response to her husband's remark, the Queen sharply replies: 'It's my house so I'll do it.' The Queen then hears rumours from her equerry, Lord Plunkett, that Jackie has been speaking ill of her behind her back. Lord Plunkett claims that Jackie dubbed her 'a middle-aged woman so incurious, unintelligent and unremarkable that Britain's new reduced place in the world was not a surprise but an inevitability.' In the scene, which was imagined by writer Peter Morgan, Lord Plunkett explains that Jackie also describes Buckingham Palace as 'second rate, dilapidated and sad, like a neglected provincial hotel.'


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« Reply #165 on: November 22, 2017, 02:30:20 pm »

that's nasty. It seems the writer does not like Jackie all that much. Jackie had her own issues with a philandering husband
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« Reply #166 on: November 22, 2017, 02:45:22 pm »

And so had the queen a philandering husband with several illegitimate children. If Jackie thought all this things, well many agree/d with her. Jackie was genuinely a charismatic woman and a great mother - never anyone accused her of not loving and thinking of her children

Her opinion about the Queen was (and still is) on the point IMO
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« Reply #167 on: November 22, 2017, 03:11:41 pm »

Jackie was indeed a great mother. I did not say Philip was not philandering. Both had philandering husbands. JFK's liaison with Marilyn Monroe did cause much embarrassment for example.
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« Reply #168 on: November 23, 2017, 08:53:28 am »

PORTER: Staying married isn’t the Queen’s biggest achievement, it’s been keeping the Royal business empire afloat. Now watch the naff new breed of Royals blow it all

Would a butler have saved any of my four marriages from the divorce court? Quite possibly.

I didn’t need regular sex, or silly presents, but someone non-judgemental to run a bath, serve a simple breakfast (without smelly bacon) and put out the rubbish without a long-suffering face.

A few months after our wedding, one of my husbands decamped to a hotel, with the parting shot ‘at least room service won’t answer back’.
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« Reply #169 on: November 24, 2017, 04:32:24 pm »

The Crown will portray Prince Philip as an adulterer days after he and the Queen marked their 70th wedding anniversary
-Netflix-original drama chronicles the life of Queen Elizabeth
-But new series paints the Duke of Edinburgh in a rather unflattering light
-Fears of infidelity abound, including a flirtatious evening with Jackie Kennedy
By Bianca London for MailOnline
PUBLISHED: 02:16 GMT, 23 November 2017 | UPDATED: 10:38 GMT, 23 November 2017

Meanwhile Elizabeth's suspicions of infidelity are aroused after she finds a picture of a dancer in his bag - believed to represent Pat Kirkwood, the real-life dancer he was once linked to.
The Netflix show also suggests he was romantically involved with women on a 1956-7 tour of Commonwealth countries without his wife, aboard the HMY Britannia.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-5109885/Off-heads-Crown-s-Prince-Philip-sex-mad.html#ixzz4zMqtkWCV
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« Reply #170 on: November 24, 2017, 04:59:44 pm »

Secrets of the Queen and Duke's 70th anniversary party: Saucy singer Dillie Keane performed at the bash where guests dined on pheasant and replica of the couple's wedding cake

Saucy singer Dillie Keane once scandalised Prince Charles by giving him a peek of her undergarments, but that didn't stop her being invited for a repeat royal performance.

I can reveal that Dillie [Keane], 65, performed at the Queen's private dinner party to celebrate her and Prince Philip's platinum wedding anniversary.

The singer, part of the cabaret troupe Fascinating Aida, gave a solo performance at Windsor Castle on Monday night.

She was accompanied on the piano by Michael Roulston, a composer with a passion for cabaret. Dillie specialises in humorous songs and satirical stand-up routines.

Joanna Lumley was master of ceremonies at the bash, which was graced by an ice sculpture with the letters E and P interwined.

Guests dined on langoustine and pheasant with a replica of the happy couple's wedding cake for pudding.


When Dillie performed in front of Charles at a charity event in 2001, it was a lively affair.

She reportedly gave HRH 'a right royal view' when she bent over a piano, revealing her underwear.

'Contrary to what people say, I was not wearing big white knickers during my act,' Dillie insisted after the event.

'I had on a special pair of all-in-one tights. And I did not talk about underwear with the Prince after the show.'

HM's parties are organised by her cousin, Lady Elizabeth Anson, whose firm Party Planners has arranged events for the Rolling Stones and Middle Eastern sheikhs.

I disclosed this month that the Queen chose to mark her platinum wedding anniversary with a low-key occasion for close friends and family, following the death of a number of her close friends.

Guests at Monday's intimate dinner at Windsor Castle included Prince Philip's German nephews, Prince Ludwig of Baden and Maximilian, Margrave of Baden.


The invitation was an olive branch, as Philip's three surviving sisters were not invited to the Queen's wedding in 1947 as they'd been married to Germans.

'They minded terribly,' one of the Queen's relations told me last week. 'They went on about it for years. I mean, it's not as though they were stormtroopers.'

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-5105661/Dillie-Keane-performs-Queen-Prince-Philip-anniversary.html

What is a "master of ceremonies"?
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« Reply #171 on: November 24, 2017, 05:11:36 pm »

^Think Billy Crystal at the Oscars.  That’s what a master of ceremonies is.  Introducer, jokester, keeps acts and performers on/off stage, blah blah.
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« Reply #172 on: November 24, 2017, 05:43:05 pm »

^ That's what I thought; thank you!
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« Reply #173 on: November 24, 2017, 05:51:47 pm »

Sounds like they had a ball.
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« Reply #174 on: November 25, 2017, 11:09:03 am »

So what did happen to Philip's stag do chums? Rarely seen photo reveals the friends who partied with the Prince before his wedding...and went on to lead extraordinary lives

    They called meetings of their eating and drinking group 'the Thursday club'
    Philip at home in eclectic group of artists, actors, restaurateurs and journalists
    Only one was an aristocrat and most had struggled from poor beginnings
    None of those pictured alive to help him celebrate 70th wedding anniversary


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5115463/Prince-Philip-stag-party-photo-shows-friends-were.html
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« Reply #175 on: November 26, 2017, 10:28:41 pm »

The Crown links Prince Philip to the Profumo Affair: Uproar as new series implicates Duke of Edinburgh in one of Britain's most damaging sex scandals

-The new series of The Crown links the royal to the Profumo Affair in the early 60s
-In one scene, the Queen confronts him about his relationship with Stephen Ward – the fixer who ‘procured women’ for leading members of the Establishment
-Elizabeth is also shown conspiring to keep the details out of the public domai

The Profumo scandal of 1963 was sparked by the revelation that John Profumo, the then Minister of War, had had an affair with nightclub hostess Christine Keeler while she was also dating the Russian military attache, Yevgeny Ivanov.
Profumo resigned in disgrace and Ward, who had befriended Profumo, Keeler and her friend Mandy Rice-Davies, killed himself before he was sentenced for living off immoral earnings.

It is known that Ward, who was a gifted artist, painted a picture of the Prince. But the new series of The Crown, written by Peter Morgan, goes beyond historic fact in a scene where Philip reacts favourably to Ward’s offer of a weekend away with guests including Keeler and Rice-Davies.
The two men meet in April 1962 when the Prince seeks Ward’s help for neck pain. The pair quickly hit it off when they discover they have a mutual friend in Mike Parker, the Prince’s former Private Secretary who – according to The Crown – led the Prince astray on nights out and Royal visits.
Ward suggests the Prince joins them for a weekend party. Philip is drawn towards a portrait on a mantelpiece. When he asks whose portrait it is, Ward replies: ‘Oh Christine. She’ll be there and Mandy will be there too.’
Philip then replies: ‘Do you know my neck’s feeling better already.’
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Biographer Margaret Holder said rumours about Philip’s involvement in the scandal persisted to this day. But she said the episode had clearly gone beyond what was a matter of public record.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5117101/The-Crown-links-Prince-Philip-Profumo-Affair.html#ixzz4zZzUSfB7
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« Reply #176 on: November 27, 2017, 12:22:40 am »

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« Reply #177 on: November 27, 2017, 01:55:10 am »

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« Reply #178 on: November 27, 2017, 02:08:14 am »

The Crown links Prince Philip to the Profumo Affair: Uproar as new series implicates Duke of Edinburgh in one of Britain's most damaging sex scandals

-The new series of The Crown links the royal to the Profumo Affair in the early 60s
-In one scene, the Queen confronts him about his relationship with Stephen Ward – the fixer who ‘procured women’ for leading members of the Establishment
-Elizabeth is also shown conspiring to keep the details out of the public domai

The Profumo scandal of 1963 was sparked by the revelation that John Profumo, the then Minister of War, had had an affair with nightclub hostess Christine Keeler while she was also dating the Russian military attache, Yevgeny Ivanov.
Profumo resigned in disgrace and Ward, who had befriended Profumo, Keeler and her friend Mandy Rice-Davies, killed himself before he was sentenced for living off immoral earnings.

It is known that Ward, who was a gifted artist, painted a picture of the Prince. But the new series of The Crown, written by Peter Morgan, goes beyond historic fact in a scene where Philip reacts favourably to Ward’s offer of a weekend away with guests including Keeler and Rice-Davies.
The two men meet in April 1962 when the Prince seeks Ward’s help for neck pain. The pair quickly hit it off when they discover they have a mutual friend in Mike Parker, the Prince’s former Private Secretary who – according to The Crown – led the Prince astray on nights out and Royal visits.
Ward suggests the Prince joins them for a weekend party. Philip is drawn towards a portrait on a mantelpiece. When he asks whose portrait it is, Ward replies: ‘Oh Christine. She’ll be there and Mandy will be there too.’
Philip then replies: ‘Do you know my neck’s feeling better already.’
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Biographer Margaret Holder said rumours about Philip’s involvement in the scandal persisted to this day. But she said the episode had clearly gone beyond what was a matter of public record.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5117101/The-Crown-links-Prince-Philip-Profumo-Affair.html#ixzz4zZzUSfB7
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« Reply #179 on: November 27, 2017, 09:35:01 am »

Queen's iconic 'sensible' hair makeover in the 1950s horrified Prince Philip who claimed it 'could double as a motorcycle helmet', claims The Crown

    In the latest series of The Crown, Prince Philip teases the Queen about her hair
    He jokes the coiffure is practical if she were 'compelled to ride a motorcycle'
    But the Queen insists the hairstyle is 'very a la mode' and 'tidy and sensible'


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