The British Royal Family - news, views, clothes & shoes! #11

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  1. gregjrichards

    gregjrichards Well-Known Member

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    I'm sorry to see her alone on her way to church.

    Couldn't Harry have shown up to escort her? He and Markle are living next door on the Windsor property.

    You can't tell me he and Markle are too busy packing to spare an hour for The Queen of England
     
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    I'll just leave this here... :D

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    So I'm not crazy. I know I heard this story on BBC News very early one recent morning in my pre-awakening haze:

    But WTH? What is she doing pairing up with Saudi Arabia other than getting paid somehow for this? Doesn't Saudi Arabia have enough money to provide their own healthcare. And her riding a white stallion in the desert to poor villages.

    This woman is mental

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    UK's Duchess of York hopes to collaborate with Saudi Arabia on child health care
     
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    Yup:

    A keen horse rider, the duchess added that she hopes to take to the road in order to find out what care people most need. "I love this visual of riding into a small town on a horse, sort of Buffalo Bill comes to town, and then I get off my horse, as a humble way of transportation, and say how can I help?” she said, adding that she doesn’t make empty promises.
     
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    Prince Andrew 'stands by his decision' to give a BBC interview addressing the Jeffrey Epstein scandal sources insisted today.

    The defiant message comes 24 hours after he was slammed for the 'car crash' TV chat with Emily Maitlis, described as a 'PR disaster' and 'desperate, toe-curling bulls***.'

    Sources close to the Duke of York said he wanted to address the issues head-on and did so with 'honesty and humility'. But his increasingly egregious remarks led to a fierce online backlash blasting the eighth in line to the throne.

    Prince Andrew 'stands by his decision to give BBC interview' | Daily Mail Online

    If I was him I would go into hiding he is doing himself no favours.
     
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    She is a FOOL

    This is the ugly epitomy of the self-serving fantasy that many people have when they want to participate in charity work.

    It's all about her. Totally unrealistic. Star of her own movie.

    And horses do terribly in deep sand.
     
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    Prince Andrew 'could be cut out of core royal circle when Charles becomes king'

    “In the wake of Prince Andrew's interview with BBC Newsnight's Emily Maitlis on Saturday night, questions have been raised about the Duke of York's place in the royal family when the Prince of Wales becomes king”

    Prince Andrew's role in core royal circle could change when Charles becomes king

    I think he will be sidelined and he deserves it given his conduct and the shame he has brought on the royal family.
     
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    Agree. Prince Charles may be very traditional, but he isn't going to allow this kind of abuse to destroy the Royal Family. Frankly, he could also remove Prince Andrew from the line of royal succession. If PA isnt working for the RF, he should probably be struck off and have his income reduced to his inheritance. Save some money. I think Prince Charles will seek to reduce expenses. And a lump like PA and his grifter ex wife don't need to be supported.

    He's already made comments that seem to bind him closer to Prince William as respectful and appreciative of his leadship as a future king.

    I think he will also sideline the Sussex's if they can't get their act together and behave as supportive members of the RF.
     
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    He's still bald. He has coarse curly red hair which means that it looks different depending on the length. I don't think he would be foolish enough to get a toupee, spray on colour, or anything to alter his head.
    He looks great. He has bigger things to worry about.
     
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    I thought the same when I saw the photos the Duke of Sussex’s hair looks thicker perhaps he has decided to do something about it. If I was going bald and had his wealth I would be doing everything humanly possible to keep my hair for as long as possible.
     
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    This is the problem when public figures start bringing law suits. It exposes the truth as well as the lies. It puts me in mind of a very famous "happily married" British footballer who only ever sued one of the women who claimed to have had an affair with him...
     
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    the Royals in Saudi Arabia are trillionaires. Surely they can help out a bit? Saudi Arabia has launched the IPO of the world's most profitable company. Meet Mohammed bin Salman, the 34-year-old crown prince who's at the center of human rights issues and drops millions on yachts and mansions.
     
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    Well exactly. They don't need "Sarah of Arabia" rocking up like Maryfrickinpoppins on a pony.
     
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    Indeed. It's a very slippery slope when you go on public record with allegations.

    The defendant then has the right to demand documentation. Which might actually backfire on the couple in having to prove what they DID do for the renovation, what she DID write in the letter, etc.

    There's a good reason the Royal Family proper uses a lot of restraint in suing tabloids.
     
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    I think he just needs to look at his brother to see his tonsorial future

    First it's the change in the haircut
    Then the use of products
    Then there are a couple of choices: Hair plugs, Hair Club for Men to weave a piece in, or shaving of the pate

    Then there's not more need to shave it.
     
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    Both PA and Ferguson have a long history of enjoying the ultra-luxurious hospitality of wealthy mid-eastern businessmen.

    I guess Ferguson might be realizing that PA's "influence" with the Royal Family might be coming to an end and she isnt eager to cut off that gravy train.
     
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