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iloveroyals 01-18-2007 08:02 AM

Questions you would ask Princess Caroline and her children
 
They may appear to be silly questions, but I've always wondered:

- Princess Caroline, do you have a pair of keys that you use to open your apartment or house, or is there always someone who opens the door for you ?
- Princess Caroline, have you ever gone to the movie theater and waited in line like everybody else or can you see movies that have just come out in your own house ? What movies would you be willing to stand in line to see ?
- In Paris, where is your favorite neighborhood to walk in ?
- What do you do when you don't want to be recognized and harassed if you stroll through the streets ? Wear a wig ? Sunglasses ?
- Is your bodyguard still a woman ?

If we all submit questions, maybe we could send them to the palace since I was told that her spokesperson may be willing to answer.

fandesacs2003 01-18-2007 09:32 AM

Your Highness
  • Are you ever using any public transport mean in Paris?
  • Do you ever make order yourself in your room?
  • If Alexandra while drawing, split's dawn a pot of painting and the room mate is out for a moment do you expect her to come back to clean, or you clean it immediately yourself?
Thanks

amelie_bracke 01-18-2007 10:23 AM

Charlotte, how do you know a young man really loves you? How can you be sure he's not only interested in your name/money?

Tosca 01-18-2007 11:07 AM

Quote:

Are you ever using any public transport mean in Paris
?

I saw several pics of her travel by the underground train/subway in Paris, when she was younger, and also a video for her use the tube/subway in Rome;) :smile:

iloveroyals 01-18-2007 11:35 AM

- Princess Caroline, do you have a special hairstylist, (as Princess Diana did) and who would that be, or do you change hairstylist, and how often does someone do your hair ? (This question is because I am terrible at doing my own hair and would love to have someone style my hair everyday)

- Princess Caroline, do you have favorite womens' or fashion magazines ?

- Princess Caroline, what aspect of politics are you most interested in ? How do you think you would have fared (or liked) being a politician ? Who would you vote for in an American election ? (I know you don't like President Bush since you wrote him a letter deploring his politics and he never answered you)

rosana 01-18-2007 12:27 PM

P. Caroline
Which are your favourite books and writers?
And your favourite food?

iloveroyals 01-18-2007 12:39 PM

P.Caroline, what are you most grateful for in what your mother, Princess Grace, taught you ? We know that you had differences in your teenage years, are there things you regret thinking or saying ? What would you like your children to be most grateful to you for having taught them ? Would it be the same thing ?

Veroka 01-18-2007 01:20 PM

Charlotte, what's your favorite music band? also what's your favorite music genre?

Carlos 01-18-2007 02:36 PM

Charlotte will you Marry Me? :flowers:

sashajones 01-18-2007 05:08 PM

Caroline, what do you really think of Tamara, Jazmin, Nicole and Alexandre?

Do˝a Alicia 01-18-2007 05:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sashajones
Caroline, what do you really think of Tamara, Jazmin, Nicole and Alexandre?

Let's ask her about Charlene while we are at it.

Tut˙ 01-18-2007 07:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sashajones
Caroline, what do you really think of Tamara, Jazmin, Nicole and Alexandre?

Who are those people?

Bob Sacamano 01-18-2007 07:23 PM

Good thread!!!

1) Charlotte, two trains, initially separated by a distance of 100 km, travel towards one another on the same track, at speeds of 40 and 60 km/hour respectively. A bird starts flight at a speed of 90 km/hour at the same location and in the same direction as the faster train, and reverses its direction when it reaches the slower train (without changing its speed). The bird continues to shuttle back and forth between the two trains in this manner at a constant speed of 90 km/hour, until the two trains collide. At the time of collision, what is the total distance flown by the bird?
(a) 100 km
(b) 120 km
(c) 90 km
(d) None of the above.
PS: Char, assume air resistance negligible!!

2) Princess Caroline, my dear, the value of the partial derivative fy(2, 1), where f(x, y) is defined to be (x + y − 1)/(x − y + 1), is
(a) 2
(b) 1
(c) 0
(d) -1

3) Alexandra, what is the colour of Napoleans white horse? :rofl:

dw2108 01-18-2007 08:09 PM

Bob, these are simple series and gradient problems. We'll have to get more complex, e.g., "What's the Grothendieck cohomolgy group of Z[X,Y]mod(X+Y+1/X+Y-1)?"

and:

Which sections of H(4) over Minkowski space define photons off mass shell constraints?

Dave

supernova 01-19-2007 03:08 AM

Caroline; if you could have one wish, what would it be?

iloveroyals 01-19-2007 07:43 AM

Bob, I think it is "the color of Henri IV's white horse". ( I remember the phrase "le-cheval-blanc-d'Henri IV"." It was a staple of children's trick questions.)

More questions for Princess Caroline :

- In an interview last year or 2 years ago, you said that your major hobby or interest was "equitation" (horseback riding). I thought it was dance and ballet. Why the switch ?

- What are your best memories from your stays in American summer camps when you were young ? Would you like to live in America, and what region ? Or do you feel too European and what does that mean for you ? (Somehow, I can't picture you living in America, I don't know why.)

- You were the icon of princesses in the 70's. Bunte had your picture on a cover, calling you something like "the most amazing princess of the 20th century". Suddenly, the spotlight switched to Princess Diana, through the 80's until her death. How did you feel when you were no longer "the queen of all princesses" ? Relieved ? Regretful ? And what did you admire most in Princess Diana ?

- Who is your favorite (living) royal ? (personality, accomplishments, etc)

- What royal dresses best in your opinion ? (other than yourself !)

- Do you have special ambitions for Charlotte's future ?

- You are very welcoming with Tatiana and Felix. What do you like about them, especially as it relates to your children ?

- And a Barbara Walter's type of question : Why do you feel entitled to smoke in a non smoking restaurant like The Circus in New York, when you know the "common people" will be immediately stopped ? Isn't that "regalian" sense of entitlement a bit anachronistic ?

- How do you feel about the media hype surrounding your 50th birthday ? Are you at all moved by it or just annoyed ?

And for Charlotte :

- How was it being a media's darling and daughter of the most famous princess in Europe when you were studying in public schools and lycees, especially Fenelon ? Did you get a lot of unwanted attention, stares, signs of envy ? Or was everybody "cool" about it ?

- What's different about life in Monaco and life in Paris ?

Tara20052 01-21-2007 12:38 AM

Princess Caroline,Do you or your children ever cook for yourselves just to do something fun together?

Andrea, Besides collecting watches what other things do you collect?

Pierre, What do you like about living in Milian?

Charlotte, What other sports besides equestrain do you enjoy?

Princess Caroline, How do you deal with your every move and the things that you do being watched and scrutinized?

iloveroyals 01-21-2007 08:00 AM

Princess Caroline, How do you manage to keep your wardrobes organized, with all the places you live in ? Do you have a wardrobe manager, as Princess Diana did ?

fandesacs2003 01-22-2007 12:59 PM

Andrea, how do you feel when you think about your father?? Still very sad??

Charlotte, do you have ANY recals from your father?

Pierre, do you feel very sad about Stefano, or because you dp not have any recall, this is for you the less painfull, in comparison with your siblings??

iloveroyals 01-27-2007 08:22 AM

Princess Caroline, I know you have "une dame de compagnie", a "lady-in-waiting". I didn't know such "jobs" still existed. It is associated with 17th century France for me. What do "ladies-in waiting" do nowadays ? What are her responsibilities ? Is she like an assistant who is always at your service for whatever you might need ? Or is she really there to keep you company ?


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