Nope, I don't need Lainey Liu and her gossip site in order to do my own research and form my own opinions. Lainey do got some interesting takes and some insider sources though. Lainey's is a general gossip site, not solely a royal gossip site. I go there every once in a blue moon, but not a lot. She do have some juicy tales to tell, backed up by receipts. But again, I don't need Lainey.I'm convinced aftershocks is either part of LaineyGossip or a fervent reader of LaineyGossip bc she just reiterates whatever Lainey writes, including certain terms that originated from that blog.
Tee hee. I'm convinced you know a lot more about Lainey and her gossip site than I do.... including certain terms that originated from that blog.
The Queen gets regular visits, at least once a week, from the Prime Minister to discuss what is going on in Parliament. She also gets daily deliveries of briefing boxes with government documents for her to review, respond to, and sign. IIRC Charles has been involved in some of these activities so he knows what to expect when/if it's his turn.This is not the only Royal work. Harry’s work with Inviticus, Meghan’s work on the cookbook, Kate’s work on the Early Years and the Big 5 Questions, William’s work with mental health and footballers, Prince Charles and The Prince’s Trust, the list
That's because M&H will continue to support and to work with their patronages and charities. Part of the reason M&H wanted their freedom is in order to do more work, not less. It is kind of interesting, but unsurprising that the tabloids are painting M&H as the villains for leaving the Cambridges with all this extra work. Actually, William did not like M&H receiving so much of the spotlight. The existence of M&H did help light a spark under the Cambridges to actually step-up and take on additional work, and to do so in a more creative way that frankly Meghan spearheaded and inspired with her more organic, hands-on, advance research approach to community engagements and to Commonwealth tours.What they [Sussexes] have done since their wedding the majority is not ongoing in the sense that someone will have to replace them.
Yep I'm exceedingly long-winded writing off-the-cuff, and I'm sure many people perceive me to be aggressive in my tone, which is not my intention. I am an opinionated Sagittarius, which means I'm a rather blunt truth-seeker. There's been so much false, egregious stuff said about the Sussexes, it's frankly hard to keep up with separating the wheat from the chaff. Not to mention keeping up with the coverage on them is exhausting, and takes away from other pursuits and obligations. But I'm interested because I'm impressed by who they both are as people, and by the genuine passion they exhibit for wanting to give back to others and to make a difference in the world. Plus, I've been interested in the British royal family for a long time.Aftershocks, surely you must be aware that your posts on this board on just about any subject are not always taken lightly or nicely, but I have to say that you are spot on here, congratulations, I agree with it all!!!
From what I've heard, it's a few disgruntled people the media has taken advantage of to try and make Harry look bad. The vast majority of military veterans and people associated with Invictus understand that Harry will remain involved, despite living outside of Great Britain for part of each year. Harry is the founder, but he does not and has never managed the event's operations. As well, over the past couple of years, management and operation of Invictus has been undergoing a transition. Harry had initially started the project as an effort that would perhaps be a one-off, but it was so successful and well-received that it continued.Interesting article:
Prince Harry was so proud of the Invictus Games that, barely 2½ years ago, he and Meghan Markle chose the tournament as the occasion to make their first official appearance together. Following the couple’s departure for North America, some volunteers have raised concerns about the future of the...apple.news
What, does one of the aides or ladies-in-waiting jump out from behind them and clamp their lips together if they're showing seven teeth? This is absurd.Okay back to protocol: anyone ever heard of the six-tooth rule? That royal women can only smile with six teeth showing?
No just that they probably practice smiling so that they don't show their bottom teeth or gums. Diana rarely showed bottom teeth when she smiled. In fact she perfected the toothless shy smile.What, does one of the aides or ladies-in-waiting jump out from behind them and clamp their lips together if they're showing seven teeth? This is absurd.
Diana was able to smile in more than one way! Incredible!No just that they probably practice smiling so that they don't show their bottom teeth or gums. Diana rarely showed bottom teeth when she smiled. In fact she perfected the toothless shy smile.
I have to believe she is poking fun at us.Diana was able to smile in more than one way! Incredible!
The 20th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death is more than a month out, yet the summer of 2017 seems all Di, all the time. Three primetime network specials have already aired in May. US Weekly pub…nypost.com
I guess it's a lucky thing that most people in this thread are not interested in the other royal families.
We should leak this to Prince Charles’ people who will then leak it to the press and Charles becomes King after the Queen is forced to step down.OMG here's a picture of the Queen showing more than six teeth. Off to the Tower with her!
While Markle does seem to be garnering the Queen's support, many are convinced that Middleton is her favorite. Why? It's all about Middleton's values.www.cheatsheet.com