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LadyK 11-17-2006 11:24 PM

Christmas & Holiday Gifts for Royals, 2006
 
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It's that time again- time for the happy winter holidays. And many of us, along with many of our royals, will be giving and receiving gifts. What will they give one another? What should they give or receive? Tell us who would give it, who would recieve it, what it would be, and why! Be nice, and smile! Happy Holidays, and for some, Happy Thanksgiving.

(And don't forget- Please don't turn this thread into a discussion of religion- I just want this to be a fun, warm and fuzzy thread for the season)

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I would give, CPss Mathilde (from K Albert and Q Paola, or from CP Philippe) a new tiara- she needs it. All the other CPss's have access to at least two, and so should she. She's been married the longest. (And I'm sick of her old one)

tabbitha 11-17-2006 11:49 PM

I would give Prince Christian a reindeer hat and mittens so he can play in the snow and Princess Mary some good books to read.She might also be having food cravings so some goodies from a chocolate shop.:flowers:

Lady Bluffton 12-11-2006 05:20 PM

Royal Christmas Presents
 
Can we start a thread about presents the Royals exchange among themselves or to others? I remember seeing lots of photos of jewelry that was described as Prince so and so's Christmas present to Princess This and That.

Thanks!:flowers:

RubyPrincess168 12-12-2006 04:10 AM

Interesting topic! I wonder what royals give each other for Christmas presents. Do you think they draw names because they buy for their staff members, etc. or do they have long shopping lists? Who would give their dad or mom (The King or Reigning Queen) a sweater?

Mandy 12-12-2006 03:30 PM

Christmas Presents for Individual Royals in 2006
 
If money was no object, what would be the perfect gift for your favourite Royal or least favourite Royal.

HO HO HO!!! :santa: :santa: :santa:


Enjoy!

LadyK 12-12-2006 07:06 PM

Ok, let's see...

Crown Princess Maxima: a gift certificate to A Pea in the Pod
Crown Princess Mathilde: a new tiara. She's a crown princess, elegant, and beautiful. And she's even had three kids (an heir and two spares) so somebody please give this woman another tiara. If not for her, then for us here!

That's all I can think of for now, but I'll add more later.

BeatrixFan 12-12-2006 07:36 PM

For Camilla, I think it'd have to be a stunning emerald parure of tiara, two bracelets, a necklace, rings, earrings and brooches. And of course it would forever be known as the Queen Camilla Parure.

swedishme 12-12-2006 07:47 PM

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Originally Posted by RubyPrincess168
Who would give their dad or mom (The King or Reigning Queen) a sweater?

probably more of them than we can imagine...

even thought they are royals..at the end of the day they are also normal people...;)

& about the topicthingy in question... maybe the "closer" ones give the ones they are closer to prezzies... like all the scandinavians exchange or so?... somehow i kinda doubt for example the swedish royal family will send the prince of wales any present...

AuroraB 12-12-2006 07:53 PM

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Originally Posted by BeatrixFan
For Camilla, I think it'd have to be a stunning emerald parure of tiara, two bracelets, a necklace, rings, earrings and brooches. And of course it would forever be known as the Queen Camilla Parure.

And a second parure (set in platinum) consisting of Burmese rubies, toss in tie tacks for Charles, William and Harry, plus ruby studded collars for the dogs(can't forget about the four-footed critters). :biggrin:
That would make a very Merry Christmas!

Marengo 12-13-2006 05:39 AM

tons of hairspray for Beatrix and Fabiola and a private session with Trini and Susanna of ' What not to wear' to Maxima and Laurentien.

*SofiaM* 12-13-2006 04:16 PM

I remember reading that one of Queen Elizabeth's children brought her things like rubber washing up gloves and a casserole dish and she loved them! (Not entirely sure if this is actually true) :rolleyes:


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