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Old 03-08-2005, 02:03 AM
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Today Prince Charles visited Wellington Civic Centre.There were a naked woman greet him.
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She is an anti-monarchy.
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Old 03-08-2005, 04:48 AM
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WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND - MARCH 8: Prince Charles visits the Te Omanga Hospice and the National War Memorial. Charles is in New Zealand for a six day visit. Getty Images
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Old 03-08-2005, 04:52 AM
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is anyone plaining to watch prince charles and camilla's wedding? i cant do it because i think of how prince charles was unfaithfull to diana.
I will certainly watch if the event is televised in Australia. I hope that Charles & Camilla enjoy a long & happy marriage. Had Diana lived to remarry I would have wished her the same. Everyone has a right to happiness and it is not for us to judge the actions of other people whether they be prince or pauper.
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Old 03-08-2005, 04:57 AM
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more pictures from New Zealand (getty)
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Old 03-08-2005, 05:09 AM
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Polfoto photos from today
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Old 03-08-2005, 02:36 PM
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I will certainly watch if the event is televised in Australia. I hope that Charles & Camilla enjoy a long & happy marriage. Had Diana lived to remarry I would have wished her the same. Everyone has a right to happiness and it is not for us to judge the actions of other people whether they be prince or pauper.
but we have VERY low-profile for late Princess Diana who died in 1997 but i dont think many people would have to watch Prince Charles to Camilla's wedding next month many people who lived in England wanted to low-profiles very quite years for late Princess Diana but i think many people wanted to watch Prince Charles and Camilla's wedding or not follow her late former spouse Princess Diana. if you would agree with me or not?

if many people would watch Prince Charles and Camilla's wedding if said yes or no! wait and see whats happening!

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Old 03-08-2005, 04:59 PM
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CHARLES REMOVES DI'S WEDDING BAND!

With his marriage to Camilla Parker Bowles just weeks away, Prince Charles has finally stopped wearing the wedding ring he was given by Princess Diana. Well-wishers who turned out to see the heir to the throne as he continued his tour of the South Pacific this week noticed he had removed the gold band that was placed on his finger 24 years ago in St Paul's Cathedral.

Back home in Britain, meanwhile, his future wife has also stopped wearing the ring she received from ex-husband Andrew Parker Bowles. It is believed the couple made a joint decision to dispense with them after announcing their plans to marry.

The Prince of Wales previously removed the band after his divorce from Diana was finalised in August 1996, but he took to wearing it again after she lost her life in a car crash the following year. Ever since then the Prince of Wales has worn it on the little finger of his left hand, just beneath his signet ring.

Charles and Camilla are to make their vows in Windsor on April 8. The Guildhall will be getting an early dose of royal romance next Saturday, though, when Princess Michael presents her new book The Serpent and The Moon. She has recently completed work on the tome, which tells the story of the love triangle between King Henry II of France, his wife Catherine de Medici and his mistress Diane de Poitiers.
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Old 03-09-2005, 03:28 AM
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And some more:
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Old 03-09-2005, 04:48 AM
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Polfoto pics from March 9th- Charles' second day in NZ
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Old 03-09-2005, 04:53 AM
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Thanks for pics Lyonnaise.
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Prince Charles attends a reception in NZ today:
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Old 03-09-2005, 07:14 AM
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The new stamp of Prince Charles and Mrs Camilla just release:
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CHARLES AND CAMILLA GET A ROYAL STAMP OF APPROVAL!

9 MARCH 2005

Prince Charles and his fiancée Camilla Parker Bowles will soon be appearing in homes and workplaces all over Britain. The couple are set to embark on a marathon door-to-door tour, courtesy of two new stamps from the Royal Mail.

The photographs, showing the couple looking relaxed and happy, were personally chosen by the future king and his bride-to-be. The picture on the 30p stamp is from the Mey Games in Scotland last year, while the image on the 68p stamp was taken at Balmoral just after their engagement.

The jovial tone of the photos is in marked contrast to the formality of the stamps issued after Charles' wedding to Diana in 1981. And the Prince of Wales is likely to be in equally good spirits today, after the legal challenges to his forthcoming nuptials were quashed. Registar General Len Cook has agreed to issue a marriage certificate for him and Camilla, despite 11 formal complaints alleging their wedding would be illegal.

Objectors argued the marriage would violate a 169-year-old ban on members of the Royal Family making their vows in civil ceremonies. Experts say the 1998 Human Rights Act overrides any obstacle that might be found in that legislation, however. "The Prince and Mrs Parker Bowles are very pleased," affirmed a Clarence House spokesman after the news was announced.

Charles was continuing his visit to New Zealand when he received word that his wedding had been given the green light. His big day must have felt a long way away, though, as two Maori elders attempted to fit him with a traditional grass skirt and feather cloak.

http://www.hellomagazine.com/royalty...charlesstamps/
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A picture of the couple laughing at the Mey Games in Scotland was chosen for the 30p stamp

Maori elders kit their guest out with some traditional Kiwi attire
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The 68p stamp features a photo taken at Balmoral just after their engagement
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Camilla Parker Bowles Visits Chippenham Police Station - March 9, 2005
March 9, 2005 - Chippenham Police Station
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CHARLES AND CAMILLA GET A ROYAL STAMP OF APPROVAL!

9 MARCH 2005

Prince Charles and his fiancée Camilla Parker Bowles will soon be appearing in homes and workplaces all over Britain. The couple are set to embark on a marathon door-to-door tour, courtesy of two new stamps from the Royal Mail.

The photographs, showing the couple looking relaxed and happy, were personally chosen by the future king and his bride-to-be. The picture on the 30p stamp is from the Mey Games in Scotland last year, while the image on the 68p stamp was taken at Balmoral just after their engagement.

The jovial tone of the photos is in marked contrast to the formality of the stamps issued after Charles' wedding to Diana in 1981. And the Prince of Wales is likely to be in equally good spirits today, after the legal challenges to his forthcoming nuptials were quashed. Registar General Len Cook has agreed to issue a marriage certificate for him and Camilla, despite 11 formal complaints alleging their wedding would be illegal.

Objectors argued the marriage would violate a 169-year-old ban on members of the Royal Family making their vows in civil ceremonies. Experts say the 1998 Human Rights Act overrides any obstacle that might be found in that legislation, however. "The Prince and Mrs Parker Bowles are very pleased," affirmed a Clarence House spokesman after the news was announced.

Charles was continuing his visit to New Zealand when he received word that his wedding had been given the green light. His big day must have felt a long way away, though, as two Maori elders attempted to fit him with a traditional grass skirt and feather cloak.

http://www.hellomagazine.com/royalty...charlesstamps/
but the stamps looks nice! but i like Prince Charles and Princess Diana's stamps looks great than Camilla!

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They sure are comfortable showing off their yellow teeth. (yuck)
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Old 03-10-2005, 12:19 AM
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Prince winds up NZ tour



10.03.05 1.00pm


Prince Charles was welcomed to a primary school by young students in Auckland today before planting a tree in one of the last official functions of his five-day visit to New Zealand.

He planted the tree at Mountain View Primary School in the Auckland suburb of Mangere Bridge before flying to Fiji early in the afternoon.

His New Zealand visit has mostly been without controversy, although two bare-breasted protesters in Wellington made headlines in New Zealand and England.

One of the arrested said she was protesting against colonialism, while the other was apparently angry that a breast-screening van had been removed from Civic Square for the royal visit.

A handful of protesters also greeted the prince when he arrived at Auckland War Memorial Museum yesterday to view an exhibition of traditional Maori and contemporary weaving.

There he donned a cloak of albatross feathers, only days after making an impassioned plea to save the giant ocean travellers during his visit to the albatross colony on Otago's Taiaroa Head, the only mainland albatross colony in the world. At the Auckland War Memorial Museum yesterday the Prince wore a kahuweka and piupiu, watched by Waitara weaver Whero Bailey.

At the display it was quickly pointed out none of the endangered birds had suffered any harm for the cloak. The feathers were all collected from a nesting colony.

The visit to the bird colony was one of the success stories of the prince's New Zealand visit for conservationists.

His comments about the threat to the huge birds and still and movie footage of the visit went around the world.

As he squatted near a bird with a young fluffy chick the prince wondered aloud if it would take a "dodo-like disappearance of this noble winged creature" to awaken people to the threat to the seabirds, which fly vast distances around the world.

Earlier in the day after inspecting a guard at the air force's Whenuapai air base, Prince Charles attended a luncheon to launch a 10-year strategy for the New Zealand branch of the Prince's Trust, a charitable organisation set up to help at-risk youth.

The luncheon was protester-free with two English women bearing signs saying "Welcome to my future King" and "Best wishes to you and Camilla," a reference to his marriage to Camilla Parker-Bowles next month.

Throughout his trip the prince had been congratulated on his coming marriage, confusing some royal tour reporters from England who had anticipated there would be more interest and more controversy in New Zealand.

The wedding controversy still raged in England but New Zealanders appeared to have moved on and wished him well, said one of the English reporters.

An Internal Affairs spokesman said today the visit had gone 'very smoothly'.

Today after planting the tree at the school Prince Charles will open the Potter Children's Gardens at the Botanic Gardens in south Auckland before his motorcade takes him to Auckland International Airport.

He will be farewelled by Governor General Dame Silvia Cartwright and Prime Minister Helen Clark before heading to Fiji for a short visit on his way back to Britain.

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