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Old 06-26-2007, 02:58 AM
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I agree with that too, im just trying to point out that nobody really thinks she is a princess of Australia, she is a princess of Denmark with Australian heritage, hence why us Aussies refer to her as Aussie princess.
I completely understand what you are saying Australian, what upsets me is the way that some Danish members like to keep pointing out that Mary is not an Aussie Princess. If we really wanted to get nasty, I could say that Mary isn't a Danish Princess? Sure she is married to a Danish Prince but she is Australian. It just seems so petty.
I adore Mary, Frederik, Kingaroo and the little Princess, I don't care where they come from or what people call them.
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The headline says "Princess Isabella makes her parents overjoyed"
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Old 07-07-2007, 04:25 PM
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HELLO! Photo gallery not the actual magazine but close enough i hope! from hello mag.
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Old 07-20-2007, 02:47 AM
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Old 07-20-2007, 04:10 AM
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HELLO! Photo gallery not the actual magazine but close enough i hope! from hello mag.

Does anyone else think that Queen Margarethe and John Donaldson would have made a handsome couple? Looking at the picture of them in the above photo's, they seem to be well matched. Just a silly thought?
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Old 07-20-2007, 04:51 AM
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That pretty photos but of the family, were a very elegant and own baptism of the daughter of inheriting princes.
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This week's Woman's Day

Mary & Fred Seperate Lives "I Feel Like A Single Mum"



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Old 10-09-2007, 08:46 PM
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I read that Woman's Daze article in the supermarket (I would never buy the magazine though ) and all I could think was "big deal"...Now don't get me wrong I am a Mary fan and if what this article says is true (doubtful) then my only comment to Mary is: welcome to the real world!!! most mother's feel like single mothers because the men are off working, playing golf, whatever and in Fred's case, sailing...

I doubt Mary is actually complaining about this because while it might be true that her husband is away alot she has the advantage of being surrounded by hired help and family members and supportive friends and she need not be bothered with the little chores of life, like grocery shopping, cooking, cleaning, laundry, that the rest of us mere mortals have to partake in...and I am sure (and most women will back me up here) if what you wish for actually DID come true, that your husband was home alot more...you would be complaining that you need your own space, he's crowding and smothering and always getting in the way...PLease please I have had enough please go sailing!!!
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I agree. She is a Danish princess and never will be an Australian princess no matter how much they want her ... she´s a member of the Danish royal family and her son will be a Danish king.. nothing else

(just a little side comment. Sorry)

You have nothing to worry about just read all the comments at the bottom of the article, I think there are a few pages of them.

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You have nothing to worry about just read all the comments at the bottom of the article, I think there are a few pages of them.

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134 comments at that. People seem to be waking up to the fact that WD is nothing but a load of you-know-what
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Old 10-11-2007, 06:12 AM
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134 comments at that. People seem to be waking up to the fact that WD is nothing but a load of you-know-what
WD sure is a loadful of crap to read! It is so strange reading the comments - people actually reacting to articles which clearly are invented by the magazine itself
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Australian-born Crown Princess Mary of Denmark has seemingly put to rest suggestions her marriage is crumbling.

Mary and Fred quash marriage rift rumours
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134 comments at that. People seem to be waking up to the fact that WD is nothing but a load of you-know-what

What I meant was you have no need to worry about Australian’s staking a claim to Princess Mary
Have you read all the comments? Some are very anti Mary, only a year or so ago most comments after a story such as this would have been very pro Mary.
It appears not so many Australians are interested in the Princess nowadays, except her own family and a few others of us.
Unless there is something controversial people just don’t buy the magazines. I suppose these people who write this rubbish are only trying to keep their jobs.

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What I meant was you have no need to worry about Australian’s staking a claim to Princess Mary
Have you read all the comments? Some are very anti Mary, only a year or so ago most comments after a story such as this would have been very pro Mary.
It appears not so many Australians are interested in the Princess nowadays, except her own family and a few others of us.
Unless there is something controversial people just don’t buy the magazines. I suppose these people who write this rubbish are only trying to keep their jobs.

I was replying to the article's comments. But I agree with you - Australians aren't staking a claim for Mary, but she will always be "Our Mary"
Yes I did read all the comments, some were indeed anti-Mary - but the majority were pro-Mary. People are still generally interested in Mary, but the majority get their info from magazines like WD and NI, hence they believe these stories and the people who own these mags and the people who write them are sitting behind their desks and going
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Old 10-12-2007, 07:24 AM
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Australian-born Crown Princess Mary of Denmark has seemingly put to rest suggestions her marriage is crumbling.

Mary and Fred quash marriage rift rumours
Great...Even aussies cant tell the difference of Danish and Deutch....

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Ah, no. An Australian magazine can't tell the difference.
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Ah, no. An Australian magazine can't tell the difference.
Actually I would bet a months sallery that most people cant, or would make that mistake...
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Actually I would bet a months sallery that most people cant, or would make that mistake...
If you look at it logically, that's certainly an ill found generlisation based on one article written by one person.

I'm certain that most people in Australia can, and do infact, identify the difference between what is Danish and what is Dutch.
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