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Old 01-11-2011, 05:03 PM
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Originally Posted by melina premiere View Post
france and in Europe, media don-t speak anymore about the old Stephanie's image
That is your impression, but judging from TV documentaries, German, English,
Austrian, Spanish or Italian magazines I've bought during the last years untill
today, I must say it's still a theme and will always be as it's her past and still
a fascinating life story with all ups and downs.

Besides that I really can't understand this observation:

Originally Posted by melina premiere
Before the prince rainier's death, we did not see in the national fests now she is here with the family
Princess Stephanie has regularly participated in various national celebrations,
accompanied her father and had many solo events in those years when Prince
Rainier was still alive, but maybe you've meant it differently.

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Old 07-07-2011, 05:49 AM
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At the church wedding, Stephanie attended with her children who - like PS herself - were well turned out and well-behaved.

She also managed to show her feelings by shedding some tears - which is more than Caroline did.

All four made the best of impressions.

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i really liked how Stephanie and her children presented themselves at the wedding. My 78 years old mother commented on Stephanie: "She was the only one without a hat and I like that she is her own person, she is just Stephanie." ITA.
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I too liked - and like - Stephanie. She knows she's had an unconventional life, but there's no point in judging her - that's if there was anything to judge...

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