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Old 04-05-2014, 10:30 PM
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In September 1938 Queen Elizabeth, the wife of King George VI, and Princess Elizabeth, and Princess Margaret Rose attended a bazaar at Crathie Church.
Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret Rose were dressed in kilts.
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In September 1938 Queen Elizabeth, the wife of King George VI, and Princess Elizabeth, and Princess Margaret Rose attended a bazaar at Crathie Church.
Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret Rose were dressed in kilts.
Was that the only time they wore kilts? Or what was so special about this...?
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Was that the only time they wore kilts? Or what was so special about this...?



There seem to be lots of photos and film showing the two Princesses wearing kilts or tartan skirts when at Balmoral.
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There seem to be lots of photos and film showing the two Princesses wearing kilts or tartan skirts when at Balmoral.
Yes, i thought so, but what was so different about that bazaar in sept 1938 that it was worth mentioning it here?
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Old 04-06-2014, 04:12 PM
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Yes, i thought so, but what was so different about that bazaar in sept 1938 that it was worth mentioning it here?
I think CyrilVladisla likes sharing information about royals from the past/what happened to current royals in the past with us, which may be why he posted what he posted. I personally enjoy reading his posts, as I often find out things that I didn't know beforehand.
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At his Aunt Margaret Rose's wedding, Prince Charles wore a green doublet, lace jabot, and a Royal Stuart kilt.
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Why?

Why wouldn't they wear at some point dress that not only is native to a realm of which they are royalty (and William may very will one day be king of), but also is a nationality from which they descend? If you consider some of the costumes that they've worn as a result of the pageantry around the monarchy I can't see why they wouldn't at some point put on a kilt - especially considering they were raised in a family that does wear kilts.
I agree with you Ish. William will be King of United Kingdom and Scotland is a part of it.
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I agree with you Ish. William will be King of United Kingdom and Scotland is a part of it.
Maybe not for long though.
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Maybe not for long though.
Yes, maybe.
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