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auntie 01-06-2007 06:19 PM

What would you say to the royals?
 
If you could speak to a royal/s, any one of them, what would you say to them? I would say to little prince Harry almost 10 years age, it's okay to cry for your mummy! (he complained that he was forbodden to cry in public at her funeral)

Mari_* 01-06-2007 08:04 PM

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Originally Posted by auntie
If you could speak to a royal/s, any one of them, what would you say to them? I would say to little prince Harry almost 10 years age, it's okay to cry for your mummy! (he complained that he was forbodden to cry in public at her funeral)

Really? How absurd, he was a kid!, Im 18 and I would've cried my eyes out!



I'd congratulate the Kings of Spain for the beautiful family they have built. And I don't know what else.. Im very talkative, so I'd have a nice chat with the Princes of Asturias too.

lil Monkey 01-06-2007 08:14 PM

why aren't they allowed to cry in public?? whether old or young that's not the issue, it's a matter of expressin how they feel, if they are very sad then why not show it!

Mari_* 01-06-2007 08:30 PM

Absurd british protocol .. I guess.

auntie 01-07-2007 05:53 AM

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Originally Posted by lil Monkey
why aren't they allowed to cry in public?? whether old or young that's not the issue, it's a matter of expressin how they feel, if they are very sad then why not show it!

In Chelsy's interview to the press, she told them that that is what Harry said, and he had alot of anger about it, the British Royal family, DO NOT cry at funerals, the Queen didn't cry at her mum's or sister's funeral!!!

Australian 01-07-2007 06:23 AM

it seems odd, Queen Elizabeth wept in public when her yacht was laid to rest (i'm pretty sure of), yet she cant cry at a funeral? Odd.

*SofiaM* 01-07-2007 06:54 AM

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Originally Posted by Mari_*
I'd congratulate the Kings of Spain for the beautiful family they have built

I'd do the same, but I'd also ask King JC about his life and how he felt succeeding General Franco, knowing that his country had very little faith in him. I'd ask what his fears are and what he is proud of in his 'role' as King of Spain. ;)

crisscross1 01-07-2007 07:20 AM

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Originally Posted by lil Monkey
why aren't they allowed to cry in public?? whether old or young that's not the issue, it's a matter of expressin how they feel, if they are very sad then why not show it!

Perhaps it has something to do with the old British 'Stiff Upper Lip' thing.
Poor Harry, a ten year year old should be able to cry bucket loads when his mummy dies.

I would like to ask all the Royals if they had the option of being anyone else in the world, who would they be????:flowers:

HMQueenElizabethII 01-07-2007 07:38 AM

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Originally Posted by auntie
In Chelsy's interview to the press, she told them that that is what Harry said, and he had alot of anger about it, the British Royal family, DO NOT cry at funerals, the Queen didn't cry at her mum's or sister's funeral!!!

The Queen did not cry at the funeral of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, but she did cried on the stairs of St. Geogre's Chapel at Princess Margaret's funeral, i think, auntie.

*SofiaM* 01-07-2007 08:26 AM

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Originally Posted by HMQueenElizabethII
but she did cried on the stairs of St. Geogre's Chapel at Princess Margaret's funeral, i think, auntie.

Yes, she did, I remember the picture on the front of the newspaper. :sad: I wouldn't say she wept but she did shed a few tears.

auntie 01-09-2007 12:50 PM

Anyone else want to say something to a royal?:flowers:

RoyalKnottie 01-09-2007 01:37 PM

I would love to meet the Swedish RF. I would 'jokingly' ask CP Victoria what she wants to be when she grows up. Mostly to see what kind of sense of humor she has, but honestly, I would most likely be 'royal' struck and only be able to get out 'Your Highness'!

queenofcelts 01-09-2007 03:36 PM

I guess it depends on whom i will meet

fee 01-09-2007 04:01 PM

How about asking Queen Elisabeth, whats in those secret files about Jack the Ripper?:rolleyes:

Smilla 01-09-2007 04:49 PM

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Originally Posted by auntie
In Chelsy's interview to the press, she told them that that is what Harry said, and he had alot of anger about it, the British Royal family, DO NOT cry at funerals, the Queen didn't cry at her mum's or sister's funeral!!!

Well, I had the impression that she had tears in her eyes at her mother's funeral - she doesn't have to break down to seem to be mourning "properly".

Princess_Beatrix 01-11-2007 04:42 PM

If I would meet Queen Beatrix I would say: "You do quite a good job, your majesty!" :lol:

H.M. Margrethe 01-11-2007 05:12 PM

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Originally Posted by Princess_Beatrix
If I would meet Queen Beatrix I would say: "You do quite a good job, your majesty!" :lol:


Well if I woud meet Queen Margrethe I woud say the same thing to her as Princess_Beatrix,but i woud also say PLEAS stop your smoking and drinking all that redwine and get your dentist to bleach your teeths* Just kidding abaut the theeths,smoking and redwine* :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

CyrilVladisla 01-05-2015 07:46 PM

If I met Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, I would inquire, "Your Royal Highness, what is your favorite painting in the National Portrait Gallery?
Have a lot of people asked you and Her Royal Highness why you did not give Prince George a fourth additional name?"

Thumbahlina 04-29-2015 06:10 PM

I'd realize my surroundings and hope there was a tame enough stray unowned unclaimed nag to ride home on if I found myself in the good graces and company of the royals and hope for the best and flee from the foreign authority on American soil. Please understand the imagination and comedy with the equine mention. I'd have no business and would wonder why they were close enough to talk to me, why they were talking to me and how I found myself in their company. I can't understand why people want to get that close them. They are too intimidating. Yet once I saw some films they really do seem like any other family one that would be easy to warm up too. It's just that with a heavy military and political influence like they have, silence is suitable out of me, opening my mouth and speaking would be odd. Shaking their hands just seems like it would be too strange, people need room to move. Eye contact is enough interaction and taken like it's acknowledgement to pay further attention, like calling my name, but I'd avoid eye contact from the royals. I don't have the education or job history that would require them to acknowledge me, which I am a bit thankful. But after the film I watched where they were like everyday folks, it's like hi I hope all is well I hope there is no to do that needs to be further noted this far overseas. Cherrio.

amaryllus 04-29-2015 06:20 PM

I would tell Princess Beatrice of York she is lovely person inside and out and she does a great job with her Charity works.


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