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Old 02-22-2013, 06:43 PM
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Sorry, I didn't untersdant the "name" thing.
I'm sorry. I was asking how would you say Cressida's name.
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Old 02-22-2013, 06:44 PM
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Cressida ....is is Cre sida or is is Cres sida

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Old 02-22-2013, 06:45 PM
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I'm sorry. I was asking how would you say Cressida's name.
No idea. Isn't the most common name in the world, isn't it? But, IMO, it's fit for a Princess.
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Old 02-22-2013, 06:46 PM
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I don't know...I haven't heard her name spoken by anyone English.

I lean to "Creysida" but I'm just guessing!


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Old 02-22-2013, 06:47 PM
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Creyseda ...sorry forgot about the 'i'


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Old 02-22-2013, 06:48 PM
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No idea. Isn't the most common name in the world, isn't it? But, IMO, it's fit for a Princess.
LOL do it sound like a good name for a Princess because its so uncommon and irritatingly difficult to say?
Still I agree with you. It sounds better than Chelsy, no offense to her.

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Old 02-22-2013, 07:00 PM
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LOL do it sound like a good name for a Princess because its so uncommon and irritatingly difficult to say?
Still I agree with you. It sounds better than Chelsy, no offense to her.
Well, we'll learn how to pronounce her name. If the swedes can cope with Estelle, and the danes with Athena, britons will be able the say Cressida with the correct pronunciation.

And "Cressida, Duchess of Sussex" sounds infinitely more royal than "Chelsy, Duchess of Sussex".
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Old 02-22-2013, 07:08 PM
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Hey why doesnt anyone of these royal/noble people read some "real" subjects/courses at university? Its always history of art, history of thought, contemporary dance, medival drama..
I am just asking generally? Is it just these Hooray Henry(ietta)s or even normal people also do so? Do they have a decent career for these courses in UK?
Don't even know where to begin answering this. Everyone chooses their own education path that's right for them, simple.

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Well, we'll learn how to pronounce her name. If the swedes can cope with Estelle, and the danes with Athena, britons will be able the say Cressida with the correct pronunciation.

And "Cressida, Duchess of Sussex" sounds infinitely more royal than "Chelsy, Duchess of Sussex".
Estelle and Athena are quite easy to pronounce and understand. The titles you use are incorrect, those the divorced styles of peers. Just like Sarah, Duchess of York.
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Old 02-22-2013, 07:12 PM
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Well, we'll learn how to pronounce her name. If the swedes can cope with Estelle, and the danes with Athena, britons will be able the say Cressida with the correct pronunciation.

And "Cressida, Duchess of Sussex" sounds infinitely more royal than "Chelsy, Duchess of Sussex".
Do you have a thing for Sussex or something? LOL.
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Estelle and Athena are quite easy to pronounce and understand. The titles you use are incorrect, those the divorced styles of peers. Just like Sarah, Duchess of York.[/QUOTE]

I used that way of styling to make reference to their names. I can't say "Princess Catherine", so, normally, I would say "The Duchess of Cambridge", or "Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge".
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Don't even know where to begin answering this. Everyone chooses their own education path that's right for them, simple.

Estelle and Athena are quite easy to pronounce and understand. The titles you use are incorrect, those the divorced styles of peers. Just like Sarah, Duchess of York.
HRH The Duchess of Sussex, then.
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HRH The Duchess of Sussex, then.
That would be the correct style for the married wife of the Duke. Sussex seems the only viable title for Henry, but there's a whole other thread for that.
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Old 02-22-2013, 07:21 PM
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Do you have a thing for Sussex or something? LOL.
Not a "thing". But, in 2011, there were rumours about to Dukedom of Sussex to be given to Harry, at his wedding.

I would prefer to see him as Duke of Clarence, but I'm not The Queen.

Prince Harry promised the title Duke of Sussex - UK & World News - News - People.co.uk
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Old 02-22-2013, 07:37 PM
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Not a "thing". But, in 2011, there were rumours about to Dukedom of Sussex to be given to Harry, at his wedding.

I would prefer to see him as Duke of Clarence, but I'm not The Queen.

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I see :). I used to like Clarence as a title, but now that you said Sussex I'm on the fence. Not that it matters what I think.
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its CRESS-ID-A

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its CRESS-ID-A

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Like Idaho! Yes?
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Well, I'm hoping Harry will settle down by this time.
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Here ya go ... the pronunciation, verbally:

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Old 02-22-2013, 08:18 PM
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Well, I'm hoping Harry will settle down by this time.
I'm with you.

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Old 02-22-2013, 08:23 PM
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She seems to be a good girl, and it's sad to see Harry alone at official events. A Duke and a Duchess is better than just a lonely Prince.

And Charles deserves a bunch of grandkids.
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