Discussion in 'Celebrity and Entertainment News' started by Tricia, Jan 19, 2020.
They may offer to play themselves, you never know
I keep forgetting that they need money to become more "independent " instead of using Dad and receiving freebies. Tough life they have..... MOO
Coronavirus: Queen joins royal telephone calls to thank nurses
Marking International Nurses Day, the monarch says the healthcare profession has had "a very important part to play recently".
The Queen has joined other members of the Royal Family in calling nurses around the world to thank them for their efforts in the face of the coronavirus crisis.
She and other royals took part in the unprecedented series of calls, messages and video chats to mark International Nurses Day and the "very important part" the healthcare profession has had to play recently.
The Queen rang Professor Kathleen McCourt, president of the Commonwealth Nurses and Midwives Federation and fellow of the Royal College of Nursing, from Windsor Castle.
In a recording of the telephone conversation, the monarch could be heard saying: "This is rather an important day... because obviously they've had very important part to play recently."
Also contacting nurses to express their gratitude were the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Princess Royal, the Countess of Wessex and Princess Alexandra.
In a montage of the calls, messages and videos posted on social media, Kate said: "I don't know how you manage to do this and keep the show on the road despite the extra pressures you're all under and the challenging conditions - it's just shown how vital the role that nurses play across the world. You should be so proud of the work that you do."
Charles, in an excerpt from his video message to all nurses, said: "On this International Nurses Day, my family and I want to join in the chorus of thank yous to nursing and midwifery staff across the country and indeed the world."
Princess Charlotte may be heading back to school sooner than brother Prince George after Prime Minister Boris Johnson revealed steps to reopen schools
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's only daughter, Princess Charlotte, could be in for a huge change come June. The five-year-old may be the first member of her family – and the first royal – to leave lockdown! Following Prime Minister Boris Johnson's announcement on Sunday to aim to reopen schools next month, Charlotte would be allowed to return to Thomas's Battersea, but without big brother Prince George.
Boris revealed that steps to reopen schools would include sending reception, Year 1 and Year 6 pupils back first. As Charlotte is currently in Year 1, she would be encouraged to resume her studies in school, rather than continue with home-schooling. However, George is currently in Year 2 so his return-to-school date has yet to be revealed by government plans.
I know, me too! With the lockdown we don’t get to see all the fashions - beautiful dresses, gowns, tiaras, etc. I really miss that!
Heck, I even miss the short-lived Real Housewives of London
Does anyone remember that?
This is a charming article :
Five remarkable women tell Matthew Bell about their extraordinary experiences during the Second World War | Tatler
No. Was that honestly a thing? Love to know who was in it (it wasnt me!)
This article got my attention, as it exemplifies one reason that the Royal Family is valued throughout history
Royal Family reveals how you can create a miniature version of Queen Mary's Doll's House | Daily Mail Online
How to make a miniature book
Create a miniature adventure
I seriously doubt it. There is that disease children are dying from now. And how would she keep the virus from entering ?
Meghan Markle wants 'Finding Freedom' book released NOW | Daily Mail Online
I guess if they don't approve, they can sue.
Oh SNAP !
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