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Old 03-21-2006, 07:44 AM
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If I'm not mistaken they also did this with Christian of Denmark.
No this was not done to prince Christian
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Old 03-21-2006, 08:33 AM
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No this was not done to prince Christian
For what i read in the papers the younger children of infanta Cristina have their cord preserved in european banks.

The source for this info is El pais, 02/28/06
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Old 03-21-2006, 01:07 PM
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For what i read in the papers the younger children of infanta Cristina have their cord preserved in european banks.

The source for this info is El pais, 02/28/06
Yeahi, it happened with Miguel and Irene
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Old 03-21-2006, 01:22 PM
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I thaugh that this question was close up because it's only a polemic discussion putted on the public place by Princes's enemies to want characterized a fault which is not i BASTA!
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Old 03-21-2006, 01:23 PM
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No this was not done to prince Christian
Yes it was. Originally posted by purple_platinum at Prince Christian's news thread

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Royal Danish prince's stem cells saved
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November 27, 2005

STEM cells from the umbilical cord of Australian-born Princess Mary's baby son have been preserved in a Denmark hospital, possibly as insurance for the child's future health.

http://www.news.com.au/story/0,10117,17380534-2,00.html
http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...tml#post331536
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Old 03-21-2006, 02:03 PM
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Infant Leonor will not have to be put under any operation

The cutaneous affection that undergoes the first-born of Princes de Asturias is frequent in the babies and disappears spontaneously in few months

The rumors that during the last days pointed the possibility that infant Leonor had to be operated of an angioma in the nose are infundados. According to it Estrella Digital has been able to know of sources near the Real House, the small one enjoys an excellent state of health and this cutaneous affection, relatively frequent in new born, disappears spontaneously after the months.

http://www.estrelladigital.es/a1.asp...06&name=leonor
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Old 03-22-2006, 03:59 PM
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A dessert for the infanta dona Leonor

Once pastrycooks will inform in the national final of the Contest for the election of the Dessert in Honor the infanta dona Leonor. Organized by the Pastrycooks' Association of Madrid and with the collaboration of the Chamber of Trade, the contest will take place on March 27.
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Old 03-23-2006, 05:26 AM
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The Infanta Leonor will not be operated on of an angioma in the nose, as denies the magazine "Semana"

According to the magazine "Semana", the House of the King has denied that the daughter of the Princes of Asturias, the Infanta Leonor, is going to be controlled surgically of an angioma in her nose.
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Before it was possible to give course for more commentaries, the House of the King hurried to denying such information about the daughter of don Felipe and Dona Letizia.

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Old 03-23-2006, 06:43 AM
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Yes it was. Originally posted by purple_platinum at Prince Christian's news thread



http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...tml#post331536
Ok thanks for making me more cleaver :)
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Old 03-24-2006, 05:02 AM
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Why the infanta Leonor will not be submitted to an operation by the angioma and the complaint of her parents the Princes

There will no be operation to the infanta Leonor for the angioma that has in a fin of the nose. I motivate: this type of spot normally disappears in one year and a half. The published has caused pain to her parents.

Some way published that the daughter of the princes of Asturias was going to be submitted to a surgical intervention, to take the angioma from her, a small spot in the nose, and of it echo has been done certain programs of the heart. Nevertheless, the news is uncertain: there will no be operation.
According to sources close to The Zarzuela consulted by The Confidential Digital , there will no be intervention because this type of spots, you frequent in the babies, they are in the habit of appearing in the first two months of life of the newborn child, developing until more or less the sixth month, and from the ninth one they begin to reabsorberse. The normal thing is that they disappear in one year or year and a half.
In these sources it is insisted that it has not been thought about any intervention of plastic surgery not not similarly at all.
The publication of this "news" has caused worry in the environment of the Royal House, and in her parents, the princes of Asturias, between other things because it is played by the image of a small girl, who should not be submitted to inadequate commentaries.
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Old 03-24-2006, 06:02 AM
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Why the infanta Leonor will not be submitted to an operation by the angioma and the complaint of her parents the Princes

There will no be operation to the infanta Leonor for the angioma that has in a fin of the nose. I motivate: this type of spot normally disappears in one year and a half. The published has caused pain to her parents.

Some way published that the daughter of the princes of Asturias was going to be submitted to a surgical intervention, to take the angioma from her, a small spot in the nose, and of it echo has been done certain programs of the heart. Nevertheless, the news is uncertain: there will no be operation.
According to sources close to The Zarzuela consulted by The Confidential Digital , there will no be intervention because this type of spots, you frequent in the babies, they are in the habit of appearing in the first two months of life of the newborn child, developing until more or less the sixth month, and from the ninth one they begin to reabsorberse. The normal thing is that they disappear in one year or year and a half.
In these sources it is insisted that it has not been thought about any intervention of plastic surgery not not similarly at all.
The publication of this "news" has caused worry in the environment of the Royal House, and in her parents, the princes of Asturias, between other things because it is played by the image of a small girl, who should not be submitted to inadequate commentaries.
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Thank you, lula, on these wonderful news:) .

What doesn't stop surprising me is the way elconfidencial and other media give with one hand and remove with the other... Today all the media who said the girl was going to be operated will echoe this new source-close-to-zarzulela commment, just before they start new rumours about what's behind the fact Infanta Leonor doesn't get operated... tiring, at least!

Poor litle Infanta, just to imagine that all these stupidities are going to be a shadow in her life, makes my heart cry...

Thank you, once again. It is a good new to start the day with, I think...

Regards,
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Old 03-24-2006, 06:33 AM
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Yes, many thanks for this news. Once more time we can observe the lack ofsrious of the tabloids and their willingness to damage someone only for making money. It's not new but at each time I find that disgusting ( understatment .....)
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Winning pie in national aid to choose the dessert in honor to Infant Leonor, organized by the Association of Pasteleros of Madrid

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Old 03-27-2006, 11:22 AM
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Andrés Marble Martínez earns the contest of the Association of pastry cooks of Madrid with a mousse of chocolate with Chinese spices.

EFE - Madrid The pastry teacher Andrés Marble Martínez, of the pastry shop The Glory of Murcia, has earned the Infanta cakes contest Leonor, with a mousse of milk chocolate to the Chinese spices, cover with a layer of crunchy of pure chocolate Guanajá, spongy of vanilla and biscuit financiers to it countersinks. The ten representatives of the jury tasted the twelve desserts finalists that were presented al contest, organized by the Association of pastry cooks of Madrid, and they valued their flavor, presentation and innovation. The winner, that received 3.000 euro of prize and a supporting diploma, al was directed later Palace of the Operetta to deliver the dessert to the princes of Asturias.


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Old 03-27-2006, 09:52 PM
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hey, milk chocolate mousse? yum...but then again, Infanta Leonor is still too young to enjoy the dessert herself.

i wouldn't mind asking for some of it though...
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hey, milk chocolate mousse? yum...but then again, Infanta Leonor is still too young to enjoy the dessert herself.

i wouldn't mind asking for some of it though...
But her grandma loves chocolate, so we know who's gonna eat it
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Old 03-28-2006, 01:20 AM
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Milk chocolate mousse I love that:)

She's lucky it's a pity she can't eat it.
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But her grandma loves chocolate, so we know who's gonna eat it
aha!

and maybe the little princess will grow up having a sweet tooth like grandma
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More about the "Inanta Leonor's Cake" from "ABC":
http://www.abc.es/abc/pg060328/prens...AC-MAD-213.asp
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Is there any historical basis for Infanta Leonor name?
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