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Old 09-14-2007, 04:01 PM
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At least she coordinates well. It's a very nautical-looking dress.
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Old 09-14-2007, 04:13 PM
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Well yes, and nautique matches the purpose of the engagement. And it's nice to see her out and about anyway, regardless of dress.
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Old 09-14-2007, 04:28 PM
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I think it's dark blue. I read somewhere the royals dont wear black unless there is a death/funeral. Looks good anyway.
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Old 09-14-2007, 11:19 PM
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Love the pearls--she wears pearls so beautifully. And that blue suit she wore when she received her honorary degree--really beautiful. She looks wonderfully rested! So glad to see her again
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Old 09-15-2007, 05:45 AM
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Love the pearls--she wears pearls so beautifully. And that blue suit she wore when she received her honorary degree--really beautiful. She looks wonderfully rested! So glad to see her again
The pearls are I think, her favourite item of jewellery. I love the silk suit, but I also like the navy dress she wore to the INM. At least she didn't go the naval brass button route!
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Old 09-16-2007, 05:01 AM
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Is Camilla sailing into deep water?

It will be in Southampton on Monday, December 10 this year that the Duchess of Cornwall will establish herself, once and for all, as a true Royal.

Is Camilla Sailing Into Deep Water (from This is Hampshire)
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Oh, i see, the future Queen has to name a ship to ´established herself as a true Royal´....
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Old 09-16-2007, 05:45 AM
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Wasn´t it already before she established herself so? By the launching of Astute?
Wonder how many ships she will have to name for "deserving" her title...
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Old 09-16-2007, 07:07 AM
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Wasn´t it already before she established herself so? By the launching of Astute?
Wonder how many ships she will have to name for "deserving" her title...
Ahhh, but this ship is a Cunard ship and is being launched in Southampton, (the article is in the local rag, they probably don't think a RN ship launched in Scotland counts)! They probably expect her to launch a ship from every UK port, before she will be seen as 'established'! Don't forget this is Britain, where half the time, people don't have even the little sense they were born with!
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Old 09-16-2007, 11:07 AM
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Don't forget this is Britain, where half the time, people don't have even the little sense they were born with!
Unfortunately, these kind of people are not only in Britain. This is very much a global dilemma. Stupidity is a global crisis.
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Old 09-17-2007, 10:21 AM
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Derechos reservados España: Camilla visita la escuela Queens Gate en Kensington - Agencia Prisma

agencia prisma has some good photos. the duchess looks great with her tan and i love the small cut pleats on the skirt.
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yes, she looks great, i like the colour of her costume
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Old 09-18-2007, 02:34 AM
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Yo Ho Ho and a bottle of whiskey

Astute´s crew have been ordered to ´splice the main brace´by the Duchess of Cornwall.

barrow in furness, barrow news sport, ulverston news sport, lake district news
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Does Camilla work? Heavens girl it would be a fulltime job just keeping your head straight, and your wig on front and centre dealing with that MAD family. May I just refresh your memory about a certain lass that went by the name of Diana Spencer. Cast your poor mind back to some of the better family highlights of her tenure as previous occupant of the position. Eggnog at Windsor with the rellies for Chrissie, seven weeks a year herding deer and inedible flightless birds in Scotland, and then interminable weeks of the year stuck at that gloomy pile in Norfolk known as Sandringham. Believe me NO ONE visits Norfolk volantarily unless they are eluding creditors or entering a sanitarium. I suggest in this case its most probably the latter. Work? She be having a better time of it in a cigar factory in Cuba!
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Old 09-19-2007, 09:35 AM
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Eggnog at Windsor with the rellies for Chrissie, seven weeks a year herding deer and inedible flightless birds in Scotland, and then interminable weeks of the year stuck at that gloomy pile in Norfolk known as Sandringham. Believe me NO ONE visits Norfolk volantarily unless they are eluding creditors or entering a sanitarium. I suggest in this case its most probably the latter. Work? She be having a better time of it in a cigar factory in Cuba!
Mildly funny, but for the record....
Eggnog is delicious, you don't herd deer and the birds are not flightless. Norfolk is a wonderful place to stay and Cuba is probably better if you have need to elude creditors!
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Old 09-19-2007, 03:17 PM
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I´m wondering, Duke of Thora, that you like to join this forum to talk about this ´mad family´...
Your pity for Camilla is very kind, but i think Norfolk and Scotland are great places to stay, with family or without.
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Old 09-19-2007, 06:15 PM
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Camilla loves Scotland, and Charles' grandmother (the Queen Mother) was Scottish, so I'm sure he loves it there and she loves it because he does.
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I´m wondering, Duke of Thora, that you like to join this forum to talk about this ´mad family´...
Your pity for Camilla is very kind, but i think Norfolk and Scotland are great places to stay, with family or without.
Well there ARE other royal families too you know!
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Old 09-22-2007, 09:02 PM
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I just noticed in the pics of Camilla visiting Queens Gate School, at rex, that she left the school in the front passenger seat of the car. I find that fascinating. Mostly you see royals riding in the back seat to and from engagements. I think it is another of many indications how very determined to be herself Camilla remains. She maintains her private Ray Mill haven. She is ever the same Camilla with the loyal pack of friends from her roaring 20s.
I remember Skydragon once said Camilla would be content to just be Mrs. Windsor or M-W, so "Duchess of Cornwall" is quite above anything she expected or wanted. She just wants and likes to be married to Charles. She doesn't need to be "the Princess of Wales" or even "the Queen Consort" to feel happy. She is happy now, and has everything she ever wanted.

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Mildly funny, but for the record....
Eggnog is delicious, you don't herd deer and the birds are not flightless. Norfolk is a wonderful place to stay and Cuba is probably better if you have need to elude creditors!
I might add (not that it's necessary, for this post is perfect, Sky) Cuba is just fine as long as ya know the right people!
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Madame Tussauds is displaying Camilla wax figure tomorrow.
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Madame Tussauds is displaying Camilla wax figure tomorrow.
Poor Camilla, I hope someone warned her about this downside to being famous!

Sky seems to have rewritten it's piece.
Popular Camilla Joins Royal Display - Yahoo! News UK
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