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Sister Morphine 02-13-2007 02:44 AM

Who doesn't have an antique green enamel diamond-framed compact? I have 4. William needs to get a more unique gift for his lady-love next time. :lol:

coolgirl 02-13-2007 11:26 PM

ugh, we dont even knew if this is article is true...:rolleyes: if william really plans to surprise kate, as secretive <or whatever you call it> as he is, wouldn't he have done his best so that "his plans" won't leak out - most especially to the media men who'd be dying to get this into front page the next day??:lol:

WindsorIII 02-14-2007 10:02 AM

I think he should just do it on some random day. The rumors will always grow when there is a holiday or an anniversary of some kind.

I'd like to see him spring it on a day like Tuesday March???? A day that means nothing, because in the future it will always be the day Prince William got engaged. I think he should pick a day and make it his own special holiday in the future.:flowers:

lord_rankin 02-14-2007 12:31 PM

Did anyone happen to catch the little quib in the article that said the "gift" originally belonged to his mother's estate??? So William paid for a gift for Catherine that was rightly his? who did he buy it from Paul Burrell? this story is apocryphal.

Skydragon 02-14-2007 03:58 PM

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Originally Posted by lord_rankin
Did anyone happen to catch the little quib in the article that said the "gift" originally belonged to his mother's estate??? So William paid for a gift for Catherine that was rightly his? who did he buy it from Paul Burrell?

No, I have read through it twice and can't find any mention of his dead mother or her estate. The executors are able to sell anything that Diana personally owned, but Diana wasn't 'into' horses or polo and if it had been hers, I would have thought it was a very inappropriate gift for his girlfriend.

lord_rankin 02-14-2007 04:53 PM

Sorry forgot it was an article I had read on the royalist, which of course I shouldn't be reading..:sad:

mw7060a 02-15-2007 09:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chrissy57
At least we aren't being told that he will 'pop the question' this year on Valentine's Day.

You know, if and when this happens, I hope it will be on a day no one expects and surprised everyone.

Too late ! Read this....

Odds on for royal Valentine proposal

14th February 2007 16:02:33
British bookmakers are taking bets on Britain's Prince William proposing to his girlfriend on Valentine's Day (14.02.07).
William Hill is offering 14/1 odds that the young royal will get down on one knee to ask Kate Middleton to be his wife today.


Odds on for royal Valentine proposal

Luv2Cruise 02-15-2007 10:06 PM

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Originally Posted by lord_rankin
Sorry forgot it was an article I had read on the royalist, which of course I shouldn't be reading..:sad:

I'm feelin' you on that one.:lol:

coolgirl 02-15-2007 10:09 PM

:ermm: when can i read the news about kate and william free from engagement speculations and assumptions... it's getting downright tiring..

Luv2Cruise 02-15-2007 10:27 PM

Give them another year and then you can read about their wedding plans, bootleg photos of her wedding gown, and betmaker odds on where the honeymoon will be....and if Pelly will be go with them.:lol:

Amina 02-17-2007 02:15 PM

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Originally Posted by Elspeth
I think she's an assistant buyer. It'd be a bit unusual for someone to step straight into the role of a buyer for a chain without some sort of training after their degree.

She is an Assistant Buyer. She works in an office in Kew which is outside of South London. She got the job through her parents, who are friends with the owner. According to the press she works part time (lucky for some eh?) and has Fridays off...

Skydragon 02-17-2007 03:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mw7060a
British bookmakers are taking bets on Britain's Prince William proposing to his girlfriend on Valentine's Day (14.02.07).
William Hill is offering 14/1 odds that the young royal will get down on one knee to ask Kate Middleton to be his wife today.
Odds on for royal Valentine proposal

That's another 5 pence down the drain! :rolleyes:

sara1981 02-19-2007 02:26 AM

English rose Kate tops poll of 'natural beauties'
English rose Kate tops poll of 'natural beauties' | the Daily Mail

Duchess 02-19-2007 06:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Luv2Cruise
Give them another year and then you can read about their wedding plans, bootleg photos of her wedding gown, and betmaker odds on where the honeymoon will be....and if Pelly will be go with them.:lol:

:lol: hahahaha

Chiyo 02-19-2007 09:16 PM

William's girl and the Diana inquest | the Daily Mail
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William's girl and the Diana inquest

Last updated at 22:00pm on 19th February 2007

Lawyers acting for Mohamed Al Fayed dragged Prince Williamís girlfriend into the row over the long-delayed inquest into the death of Princess Diana.
My reaction? Well, all I can say at the moment is :censored:

ysbel 02-19-2007 09:36 PM

Well there ARE some similiarities between the way Kate is being hounded by the press and the way Diana was hounded....but pray tell, what does that have to do with the validity of the Baroness' decision not to call a jury to sit for the inquest?

Sister Morphine 02-20-2007 12:56 AM

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Originally Posted by Chiyo
William's girl and the Diana inquest | the Daily Mail


My reaction? Well, all I can say at the moment is :censored:




Pardon my language, but what the :censored: :censored: :censored: for?! What on earth could Kate Middleton possibly be able to add?

Elspeth 02-20-2007 02:42 AM

The guy isn't beginning to make sense. He's bringing Kate Middleton into it by saying that there are parallels between her pursuit by paparazzi and the way they were hounding Diana. But if he's saying that the paparazzi are relevant to the crash, then he's acknowledging that it was an accident. This is idiotic.

Duchess 02-20-2007 08:15 PM

it's unfortunate that Mr Al Fayed has the financial means to pursue this.

wittykitty 02-20-2007 09:52 PM

Can Miss. Kate sue Mr. Fruit Loop for hounding her and dragging her into his
unhealthy obsession:ermm: vendetta?


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