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Old 10-08-2007, 07:46 AM
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The second photo is really beautiful. As for the first one, we can't really see her face in full view, so we can't make an opinion on how the hair color looks. I'm sure like you guys have said, she just doesn't want the press hounding her.
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Old 10-08-2007, 04:40 PM
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Wow, I think the more golden color is much more flattering, dont you guys? Although I agree with BF, the silver will certainly not show the grey! She and QE are almost the same color! I say go back! It looked pretty that color.
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Old 10-08-2007, 07:07 PM
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I like the platinum colour. It is softer and the grey will blend in better, and I don't think it's silver: it has a warm glow to it. It's the same platinum blonde colour as Marilyn Monroe's was. There is a pic of MM on the same web page at the moment. It will be interesting to see less casual photos of HRH with her new hair colour. It will look wonderful with diamonds and pearls, and maybe a ruby or two.
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Old 10-09-2007, 04:59 AM
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Wow, I love the new colour, which she probably chose because she likes it. As most women (and some men) know, todays colours will cover any grey, so I don't think that's why she did it.

Fantastic!
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Old 10-09-2007, 09:36 AM
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I feel it ages her very much and makes the tanned colored skin on her face look orange and more leathery.
By making such a dramatic change she certainly has drawn alot of attention to herself.
Maybe she 's trying to go gray with less notice. ???
Otherwise I haven't a clue as to why this was done?
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Old 10-09-2007, 01:00 PM
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The change of her hair colour isn´t a ´dramatic´ one, i think. If you see pics of Camilla made the last months you can see that her hair changes more and more from blonde to platinum. When we will see new photos on Friday, at an official engagement, the new hair colour will be not as striking as the photos in the D.... Mail want to show us.
I think she looks great!
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Old 10-10-2007, 04:03 PM
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Can someone tell me when/where these photos of the Duchess were taken?
The article just says "now" (for platinum) and "before the trip" (for the more golden color). Truth be told, I'm undecided about which look I like best for her. I will need to see more pics of her with this new style and color. It's difficult to tell if it's better or not in this one picture, with her head so much down. I think I might like it better now, as it seems to be a more sleek, cleaner look, and I always hoped she was flatten her hair a bit. I think she might also look softer with the platinum color and this straighter, less wavy hair. But again, I must see more pics to be decided for sure!
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Old 10-10-2007, 04:23 PM
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I don't recognise that frock actually so I'm not sure when the golden one was taken. In my opinion, I think the colour is fine but the style.....the Farah went out almost as long ago as the Perdi. I'd like to see her go back to her bouffant - now that was a do.
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Old 10-10-2007, 04:31 PM
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The "golden" pic is an very old one. I think it was taken a few years before the marriage. Typical Daily Mail, always the hardest photos.
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Thanks, hornsen. I thought it seemed old, maybe 2002-2003ish.
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I've moved the posts regarding the newest arrival in the family into a separate thread - Baby Girl for Tom Parker Bowles and Sara Buys: Lola. Please, post information, pictures and news of the early days of life of Lola Parker Bowles in that thread.
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Camilla's hair goes white ... Is it because of the 'third person' in HER marriage?

Camilla's hair goes white ... Is it because of the 'third person' in HER marriage? | the Daily Mail

I have missed Mr. Kay's article about Camilla...
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Old 10-13-2007, 01:45 AM
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You´re right love_cc, that´s again the D.... Mail we are waiting for....
But Mr Kay should choose the pics with the right subtitile, or do anybody can see a wedding photo of Camilla there? The same truth as the pic tells us the article....
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Camilla's hair goes white ... Is it because of the 'third person' in HER marriage?

Camilla's hair goes white ... Is it because of the 'third person' in HER marriage? | the Daily Mail

I have missed Mr. Kay's article about Camilla...
Couldn't we all contact Clarence House to ask why they don't do anything to deny any of these false allegations and lies? After all some of us have received letters from her from Birkhall or Clarence House when according to Messrs Kay & Levy she was sulking at Ray Mill! She also does plenty of solo engagements (including visiting the few army regiments that the Queen has deigned to make her colonel of) its just that the Mail choose to ignore them. In her 1st full year of engagements she did 222 whereas Diana in her 1st year did c.78. Clarence House are quite prepared to shout harrassment when Prince William visits the most paparazzi-infested nightclub in London but do nothing to defend Camilla against this nasty misogynistic campaign of vilification.
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Old 10-13-2007, 08:38 AM
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It's only my opinion, but I think Clarence House will not deny anything, apart from most serious things, because that would leave them 'open'. Once they have responded once, they will have to respond every time. And if they don't respond when Kay writes "Camilla attempted to stub Charles in the most terrifying row they had in two days", they will say 'they did deny Camilla was trying to poison Charles. If they don't deny she tried to stub him, it must be true'.

Personally I'm not even angry with that article. It's not really worth it. I did laugh a little though. Poor Kay, can you imagine how desparate he is for negative stories about Charles and Camilla, that he comes up with nonesence like that?
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Old 10-14-2007, 05:32 AM
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This is such a sad little article, written by a person who has lost his cash cow. He scatters phrases such as 'Camilla's Friends', 'Close Friend', 'Old Friend' throughout his article. Is Kay really trying to tell us that he and he alone has managed to get not just one, but multiple friends to speak to him, having been silent for 30+ years? It seems to me that the crates of champagne, the flowers and other gifts haven't worked with Charles or Camilla's friends and because he knows they will not speak out, he is desperate to be seen as 'in the know'.

He proudly writes "You'd have thought as president of the National Osteoporosis Society, she'd have been straight on the telephone to Downing Street expressing her dismay that millions of people can't get the proper drugs on the NHS," declares one irate palace aide".

Only an absolute idiot would suggest that Camilla contact the PM over anything remotely political - knowing the negative press Charles receives for his views. The same reason she is unlikely to become the figurehead for servicemen & women returning from a war that more than half the population do not support!
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Old 10-14-2007, 06:55 AM
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It's only my opinion, but I think Clarence House will not deny anything, apart from most serious things, because that would leave them 'open'. Once they have responded once, they will have to respond every time. And if they don't respond when Kay writes "Camilla attempted to stub Charles in the most terrifying row they had in two days", they will say 'they did deny Camilla was trying to poison Charles. If they don't deny she tried to stub him, it must be true'.
Yes, but there seems to be some Palace double-standard being applied here. According to today's Sunday Telegraph when claims were published in the papers after the Paul Burrell case in 2002 that Prince Philip had written abusive letters to Diana in 1992. He immediately authorised Buckingham Palace to deny the specific allegations. Contrary to the usual BP claim that they "never complain never explain".
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This is such a sad little article, written by a person who has lost his cash cow.
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Who would ever have believed that the princess, whose marriage could never escape the shadow of Camilla, is now casting her own shadow over the marriage of the woman who took her place, and her HRH style, as Charles's wife?

Come on, Diana has cast her shadow over Charles & Camilla from the day of the Panorama-interview.... So, what's new? I doubt Charles and Camilla are more bothered than usual - why should they?
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Old 10-14-2007, 08:11 AM
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Who would ever have believed that the princess, whose marriage could never escape the shadow of Camilla, is now casting her own shadow over the marriage of the woman who took her place, and her HRH style, as Charles's wife? I doubt Charles and Camilla are more bothered than usual - why should they?
(my bolding). So now Camilla has taken Diana's HRH? Oh, please, talk about desperate.
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Old 10-14-2007, 09:09 AM
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This is such a sad little article, written by a person who has lost his cash cow.
Don´t worry!
The articles of this poor writer, who doesn´t earn the term journalist, are only built of nonsense, bad fantasy and sick lies.To look for any truth is a hopeless venture as is a serious interpretation.
We should try to ignore it or laugh about so much rubbish!
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