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Old 04-17-2006, 06:40 AM
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The problem seems to be that it is unusual for someone to be sent to their room at a passing out ball. They are energetic affairs at the best of times but, William and his friends overstepped the mark.
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Old 04-17-2006, 06:42 AM
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Another article on the party

All heirs and no graces as royals drink to army life
http://www.news.com.au/story/0,10117...56-401,00.html

And on the Herald Sun website, up the top above the big 'Herald Sun', there's a picture with the title 'Whatever Happens...You'll Find It At...', and there's a picture of Charles and Diana's wedding, where they're in the carriage and they've replaced Charles' face with William's and Diana's with.....Paris Hilton!!!
**It might take a few goes to get this picture working....it's not the only picture thing they have for advertising
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Old 04-17-2006, 08:33 AM
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The way I read the NOTW article, the top brass was more upset at someone impersonating an officer than the drinking.
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Old 04-17-2006, 11:10 AM
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i don't know whether this is the right thread to post since there is none of William & Harry's current thread, so moderators, please feel free to move the post.

Prince William and girlfreind Kate Middleton, with Prince Harry and girlfreind Chelsy Davy, on a nightout at the Boujis nightclub in South Kensington. Harry left the club separately via the backdoor leaving William to look after Chelsy, as Kate left the club alone with bodyguards in a different vehicle. London. UK.
13TH APRIL 2006

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Old 04-17-2006, 11:12 AM
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Old 04-17-2006, 11:14 AM
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Is Prince Harry the one with the blond girl??..i dont think so..he looks different to the Prince..Kate and William are recognizable
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Old 04-17-2006, 11:25 AM
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I think Kate is the one with white top, black pants, & black jacket (post #401, pic 5 & 6)
Chelsy looks a bit different (perhaps different hairstyle?). According to the caption, she's the one William with. (wearing the pink top)
Harry is not pictured on the photos.
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I think Kate is the one with white top, black pants, & black jacket (post #401, pic 5 & 6)
Chelsy looks a bit different (perhaps different hairstyle?). According to the caption, she's the one William with. (wearing the pink top)
Harry is not pictured on the photos.
Thanks for the aclaration Purple :)
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How could Prince William pretending he was an officer when everyone who he is and what doing at the moment?
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Old 04-17-2006, 02:30 PM
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Boozy Wills's party shame..
http://www.newsoftheworld.co.uk/stor...ws/news1.shtml

The princes and their 30-hour drinkathon

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/liv...n_page_id=1770
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The way I read the NOTW article, the top brass was more upset at someone impersonating an officer than the drinking.
That was one of Williams friends, not William. :)
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I Never thought Id say this but , Henry has Impressed me :)
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^ Me too though I knew I was goin to have to say that someday. He's turned out quite well the lad.
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That was one of Williams friends, not William. :)
Oh, I got that. I didn't say William did the impersonation.
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IMO, I am one who cannot condone both of the Prince's behavior. :( They both seem to have a both drinking problem, foul mouths and ego problem, in that they go way overboard to get deliberately drunk, curse loudly and may delight in that in their position they just don't give a hoot how they act in public--calling it only a Hooray Harry celebration. Other's of you out there may call me a prude or criticize me for not accepting their behavior, but that's okay. These boys are in a position, albeit not at their chosing, to demostrate an upmost dignified behavior of a prince or just a controlled social drinker and not a drunk. If the papers are to be believed, then their behavior over the first few days of the passing out time, should not be acceptable to anyone. Not everyone at the passing out party seem to act the way the Windsor boys did. They demostrated more control and disciplline. If the Windsor boys are not able to demostrate the control and discipline that the other cadets did, then I wouldn't want to be ordered about by them.:(
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^ Well since you're from the USA like me we won't have to be ordered by them.
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IMO, I am one who cannot condone both of the Prince's behavior. :( They both seem to have a both drinking problem, foul mouths and ego problem, in that they go way overboard to get deliberately drunk, curse loudly and may delight in that in their position they just don't give a hoot how they act in public--calling it only a Hooray Harry celebration. Other's of you out there may call me a prude or criticize me for not accepting their behavior, but that's okay. These boys are in a position, albeit not at their chosing, to demostrate an upmost dignified behavior of a prince or just a controlled social drinker and not a drunk. If the papers are to be believed, then their behavior over the first few days of the passing out time, should not be acceptable to anyone. Not everyone at the passing out party seem to act the way the Windsor boys did. They demostrated more control and disciplline. If the Windsor boys are not able to demostrate the control and discipline that the other cadets did, then I wouldn't want to be ordered about by them.:(
Well-said. Although I really really like prince william.. how he portrays himself kind of disappoints me lately.
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If the papers are to be believed, then their behavior over the first few days of the passing out time, should not be acceptable to anyone.
I think the key phrase here is 'If the papers are to be believed' So often they are not.

Not to say there wasn't a little wildness at the party but as far as who did what and how much, stories of William and Harry getting drunk at a party sell papers faster than writing that Harry and William basically behaved themselves.
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Old 04-21-2006, 05:04 AM
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I think the key phrase here is 'If the papers are to be believed' So often they are not.

Not to say there wasn't a little wildness at the party but as far as who did what and how much, stories of William and Harry getting drunk at a party sell papers faster than writing that Harry and William basically behaved themselves.
So true. However, it seems they do have a duty to behave themselves, whether it is "seldom they are drunk" or just plain drunk. They appear to be extremely rowdy guys and since they are in a position of being reported for every move they make, they should be more conservative. Yes, they are young, but it seems they lack things to do other than hang out with friends that require heavy drink, smoke and loud music to enjoy themselves. But, of course, we wouldn't be discussing them if that is all they did do. Anyway, just voicing my opinion. Not mean to step on any sensitive toes.:)
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^ Well since you're from the USA like me we won't have to be ordered by them.
True, and if they continue their wild behavior, perhaps the British themselves (governmental anti-monarchists) may have enough of it and cut the royal finances to where the princes may find themselves a "prince/king without a country" to support them. They are now in the army and picking up a paycheck and perhaps that is good for the guys. They have been quite disappointing to me of late. Not a great way to overshadow the Queen's 80th birthday. Their antics are grabbing some of the headlines.:)
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