The British Royal Family #3

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  1. La Louve

    La Louve For Whitney and Teghan

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    JMO, but after watching the video of the Commonwealth Service and how the Sussexes and the Cambridges interacted, I think Diana would be disappointed in both her sons.

    Catherine especially seemed to be gloating, IMO. I imagine on some level she's happy to have Meghan out of the picture.

    Such a sad state of affairs all around.

    As for my fashion commentary, I thought Catherine's ensemble looked way too fussy and overdone and she looks horribly thin. And I didn't care for the green outfit on Meghan. Whoever posted previously that Meghan's ill fitting clothes seem to start with poorly structured undergarments had it right.

    JMO MOO IMO
     
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    La Louve For Whitney and Teghan

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  3. Mominmi

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    Catherine gloating? Oh no. Didn’t see that at all. She looked tired and like she was having to keep herself under control. More like she was upset (in retrospect I’d guess it’s at the PH and MM fuss over being left out of the Queens procession). The only gloating I saw was from MM who, I guess, sees herself as having gotten what she wanted in someway. What? Can’t imagine. But I think the smile on her face is much more gloaty than the tension/sadness/exhaustion I see on Catherines. JMO MOO IMHO
     
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    Zat you, Katie Hopkins? :D
     
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    So the supposed calls took place on new year's eve and Jan 22? Why are we worrying now?! (Well, to be clear, I'm not :D).

    I had a quick skim of the article. Harry would have said those things regardless. He's v real and honest, which is why the Brits love him.

    More hyperbole and media drama.

    Keeps this thread entertaining tho and we need some light relief at the mo :p
     
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    2238A40F-4017-4006-99BE-6543132CA275.jpeg

    Queen reaches remarkable milestone as she becomes the FOURTH longest-serving monarch, surpassing 7th century Mayan ruler Pakal the Great

    The Queen has become the fourth longest-serving monarch today, surpassing Mayan ruler Pakal the Great.

    Her Majesty, 93, has been on the throne for 68 years and 34 days, while K'inich Janaab Pakal ruled the Maya city state of Palenque for 68 years and 33 days before his death in 683AD.


    Queen reaches remarkable milestone as she becomes FOURTH longest-serving monarch | Daily Mail Online

    Congratulations to Her Majesty The Queen.
     
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    BBC TV Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II: Westminster Abbey 1953
     
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    RCIN 250044 - Coronation dress

    The Queen’s Coronation Dress is regarded as one of the most important examples of twentieth-century design, created by a British couturier. Hartnell was entrusted with the task of designing the dress in October 1952
     
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    Fascinating. I can’t imagine not wanting to remain such a part of history.
     
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    History is being made all the time. You cant walk away from history if you are a key contributor. JMO
     
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    Prince Edward receives sweet birthday cake during engagement with wife Sophie Wessex

    Earl of Wessex received a sweet surprise during a royal engagement with wife Sophie Wessex on Tuesday. Prince Edward was celebrating his 56th birthday and his special day didn't go unmarked during a visit to Tiptree Wilkin and Sons. Edward was presented with a delicious-looking cake, which he happily sliced into under the chimes of guests singing happy birthday. Sharing a clip of the moment on the official royal family Twitter account, it was accompanied by the post: "The Earl cuts a birthday cake made by Darren from the @tiptree jam bakery." As well as visiting the bakery, the royal couple also toured the factory to "learn about the farm to factory production". There was also a clip of Sophie peeling oranges to make Tiptree's very own marmalade.
     
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    Ah, how sweet!
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    (Getty Images, Princess Anne, Prince Edward, Queen Elizabeth 2)

    History
    This is Princess Marie Louise Schleswig-Holstein. She had quite the life and "marriage". But like so many members of the British Royal Family she lived a decent old age of 84.

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    Not mistaken, scroll a few pages behind and I posted about PA. And yes I have a tenacity about H and M's current situation.
     
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