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Old 02-25-2007, 12:54 PM
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Thanks so much for the pics. Bea looks so pretty in these last pictures
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Old 02-27-2007, 03:02 AM
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Thanks, Iceflower. With the snow falling these holiday pictures look even more pretty. Beatrice is always smiling! How refreshing.
Beautiful pictures. It seems like yesterday that Beatrice was a bouncy little red-haired girl out on a walk with her mum and dad. Has grown up to be a beautiful woman. Love her red hair.
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Old 02-27-2007, 05:56 PM
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What is she studying for A levels?
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Old 03-01-2007, 06:03 PM
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Beatrice 3rd Eligible Woman in the World

Beatrice has been voted third eligible woman in the world by a poll done by FHM. Kimberley Stewart came first, followed by Carmen Electra in second, with Princess Beatrice in third.

The Daily Record - NEWS - HATS OFF TO TOP GIRL KIM

Zara Phillips and Lady Gabriella Windsor were also in the top 50.
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Old 03-02-2007, 10:51 AM
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Beatrice has been voted third eligible woman in the world by a poll done by FHM. Kimberley Stewart came first, followed by Carmen Electra in second, with Princess Beatrice in third.

The Daily Record - NEWS - HATS OFF TO TOP GIRL KIM

Zara Phillips and Lady Gabriella Windsor were also in the top 50.
Kimberly Stewart and Carmen Electra????? I can think of several more eligable women in the world than these two. But nice for Pss. Beatrice! She should have been first in thise bizarre poll.
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Old 03-04-2007, 11:29 AM
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Revealed: My life with the Royals - by Beatrice's ex | the Daily Mail

Sigh. That trashy ex of Bea's has sold pictures, video, and a story to the Mail. Poor Bea.
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Revealed: My life with the Royals - by Beatrice's ex | the Daily Mail

Sigh. That trashy ex of Bea's has sold pictures, video, and a story to the Mail. Poor Bea.

However, it is an interesting look into her life as it is into Andrew's and Sarah's. Perhaps Sarah isn't the best parent, although at times she might try to be. Sarah does seem to carry about as though she comes from a family on the dole with no concerns. Sarah seems to have a jeckle/hyde personality or character and at times can prevent one of those personality traits from rearing its head in public. She wouldn't be a mother I would try to be. Andrew also seems to be lacking in questioning his acceptance, according to the article, of anyone in his daughters' company. Although the article is from the perspective of Paolo, so he doesn't know what is said behind closed doors between father and daughter. But, now I bet there is conversation taking place of how this person may be a user and not so nice a person to be involved with a royal. Is this a 'like mother, like daughter'? I hope not. Bea needs a little more 'Queen' and 'Bea' lecturing and maybe spending more time with the Queen and less with mum or dad.
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Old 03-05-2007, 03:30 AM
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Revealed: My life with the Royals - by Beatrice's ex | the Daily Mail
Sigh. That trashy ex of Bea's has sold pictures, video, and a story to the Mail. Poor Bea.
A couple of things about this story.. Paolo Liuzzo says that Beatrice opened a bedroom drawer at Royal Lodge and showed him her mother's wedding tiara. Although the house would be secure, I think it odd that Sarah's valuable diamond tiara would be in her ex-husband's possession, and kept (out of it's case?) in a bedroom drawer.

The other anomoly is his quoting Beatrice: "But Mummy lives for her title and she loses her title if Daddy remarries." As we know, Sarah doesn't lose her title of Sarah, Duchess of York, until she herself remarries. Surely Beatrice would know how this works, and would she really have said something so uncomplimentary and indiscreet about her own mother as "[she] lives for her title"?

It may be worth noting that the Daily Mail story required two writers to get Liuzzo's recollections into publishable form.
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Old 03-05-2007, 05:59 AM
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I wouldn't take everything this guy says as gospel but

I'm sure there is some truth to his stories. He is a known boyfriend of Bea's. The thing I find disturbing is how she is given so much freedom at a young age. He was too old for her to date, In my opinion. In the video he makes a phallic joke in front of her mother. I can't imagine a boyfriend feeling free to do that infront of his 17 year old girlfriend's parents.
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Old 03-05-2007, 06:11 AM
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The other anomoly is his quoting Beatrice: "But Mummy lives for her title and she loses her title if Daddy remarries." As we know, Sarah doesn't lose her title of Sarah, Duchess of York, until she herself remarries.
I also found that a little strange, perhaps she meant that she loses her sales value.
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I can barely stand to read/watch anymore of this interview. It's like I'm embarassed for Sarah and her girls. What is this woman thinking? And what a total cad this "ex boyfriend" is. But then again, what do you expect from someone who beats another person to death.
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A couple of things about this story.. Paolo Liuzzo says that Beatrice opened a bedroom drawer at Royal Lodge and showed him her mother's wedding tiara. Although the house would be secure, I think it odd that Sarah's valuable diamond tiara would be in her ex-husband's possession, and kept (out of it's case?) in a bedroom drawer.
The most furniture programmes for high-end bedrooms offer special cases or compartments for jewellery. I've been once to a presentation of furniture in Munich where they had a wardrobe which included a safe behind a mirror. If you opened the safe and turned on the light, you could see through the mirror right to the well-lit jewellery - a bit like jewellery presentation at the tower or in the treasuries of other palaces. I guess that's the kind of bedroom drawer that creepy guy meant.
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Another thing that came to my mind on thinking about this whole mess Sarah created: now it makes - at least to me - absolute sense that the queen decided not to attend Beatrice's birthday party but offered Windsor as the place to have the party. IMHO it was a kind of "cutting one's losses" - I believe the queen knew enough of Sarah's parties not to want to attend one. OTOH she wanted to make sure that no negative news came out of the bash - so she offered Windsor in the hope that Sarah in this place would at least try to behave. Which she did!
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I read the article and he dosn't quote Beatrice as saying Sarah lives for her title etc. He says this is his opinion.
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The most furniture programmes for high-end bedrooms offer special cases or compartments for jewellery. I've been once to a presentation of furniture in Munich where they had a wardrobe which included a safe behind a mirror. If you opened the safe and turned on the light, you could see through the mirror right to the well-lit jewellery - a bit like jewellery presentation at the tower or in the treasuries of other palaces. I guess that's the kind of bedroom drawer that creepy guy meant.
Quite a lot of older furniture has secret drawers and compartments, specially designed to hide your valuables.

The one you describe sounds exquisite, but a little strange.
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Old 03-05-2007, 01:36 PM
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Quite a lot of older furniture has secret drawers and compartments, specially designed to hide your valuables.

The one you describe sounds exquisite, but a little strange.
Well, it was a very distinguished crowd from all over Europe who was there to see the new ideas of these furniture designers - very nice dinner afterwards for the invited guests - but strange? Well, yes, they had strange things as well: they offered to create a complete BDSM hmmm, what's the right word in English? boudoir? studio? which is hidden in the cabinets of your bedroom - including cage and torture rack... I have to confess I was a bit baffled by that announcement but the other guest - most of them interior designers - were quite delighted. I guess if I wrote more about "lifestyle" I'd have gotten used to such things....
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That's my understanding too

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I read the article and he dosn't quote Beatrice as saying Sarah lives for her title etc. He says this is his opinion.
It's interesting that he thinks Andrew is more into Sarah, than Sarah is into Andrew.
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they offered to create a complete BDSM hmmm, what's the right word in English? boudoir? studio? which is hidden in the cabinets of your bedroom - including cage and torture rack... I have to confess I was a bit baffled by that announcement but the other guest - most of them interior designers - were quite delighted. I guess if I wrote more about "lifestyle" I'd have gotten used to such things....
Oh my, I wonder who would want that and for what purpose!!!
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Old 03-05-2007, 04:57 PM
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This whole debacle might be a blessing in disguise.

They say that Beatrice is a sensible girl. This episode will have shown her how things can come back to haunt you. I think she idolizes her mother. Now she may learn to excersice her own judgement a bit more.

I also have a feeling that both Prince Andrew and Princess Beatrice will be having a bit of a chat with the Queen...and most likely Prince Philip.
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Something about that article seems off to me.
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