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Alexandria 11-21-2003 04:50 PM

Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles 3: Nov 2003 - May 2004
 
Welcome to the third page of News and Pictures of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles.

For the second thread of News and Pictures, follow the link:
http://www.lestribunesroyales.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=3663&st=0

Zara04 11-21-2003 07:48 PM

From "Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles, Part II" forum:

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Charles, I am sorry to say, is starting to look old.
I agree with King Christian's remark that Charles is looking a bit old. Guess none of us is getting any younger. :rolleyes:

In the photo with Charles and Camilla in Austria, it seems to me Camilla is starting to put on weight. Could it be that she and Charles are "comfortable" in their relationship? I do think that in the India photos Charles is looking stress-tired. And, in his military field uniform looking a little ruddy in the face. High blood pressure? :(

It may seem a little morbid, but I believe that HM will outlive Charles. I think William may just be King by the time he is 35.
peace. Zara

Alexandria 11-25-2003 08:57 PM

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Polfoto 24-11-2003 The Prince of Wales at the opening of the new Jubilee Stand at Ludlow Racecourse, after watching the Prince of Wales Challenge Trophy race, which was renamed in his honour after he came second in the event in October 1980. Earlier Charles "fired up" a restored 19th-century fountain at Witley Court, Worcestershire, after it was returned to its former glory as part of a 1 million English Heritage project.

Alexandria 11-25-2003 08:58 PM

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Polfoto 24-11-2003 The Prince of Wales at the opening of the new Jubilee Stand at Ludlow Racecourse, after watching the Prince of Wales Challenge Trophy race, which was renamed in his honour after he came second in the event in October 1980. Earlier Charles "fired up" a restored 19th-century fountain at Witley Court, Worcestershire, after it was returned to its former glory as part of a 1 million English Heritage project.

Alexandria 11-25-2003 08:59 PM

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Polfoto 24-11-2003 The Prince of Wales stands in front of the Perseus and Andromeda fountain at Witley Court in Great Witley, Worcestershire. The Prince of Wales was due to officially "fire up" the restored 19th century Perseus and Andromeda fountain today and meet runners and riders at a refurbished racecourse, during a tour of the West Midlands and Shropshire.

Alexandria 11-25-2003 09:00 PM

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Polfoto 24-11-2003 The Prince of Wales visits Witley Court in Great Witley, Worcestershire. The Prince of Wales was due to officially "fire up" the restored 19th century Perseus and Andromeda fountain today and meet runners and riders at a refurbished racecourse, during a tour of the West Midlands and Shropshire.

Alexandria 11-25-2003 09:01 PM

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Polfoto 24-11-2003 The Prince of Wales watches Judaic Ways fall at Ludlow Racecourse, in the Prince of Wales Challenge Trophy race, which was renamed in his honour after he came second in the event in October 1980. Earlier Charles "fired up" a restored 19th-century fountain at Witley Court, Worcestershire, after it was returned to its former glory as part of a 1 million English Heritage project.

Alexandria 11-25-2003 09:02 PM

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Polfoto 24-11-2003 The Prince of Wales at the opening of the new Jubilee Stand at Ludlow Racecourse, talks to a racegoer while watching the Prince of Wales Challenge Trophy race, which was renamed in his honour after he came second in the event in October 1980. Earlier Charles "fired up" a restored 19th-century fountain at Witley Court, Worcestershire, after it was returned to its former glory as part of a 1 million English Heritage project.

Alexandria 11-25-2003 09:03 PM

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Polfoto 25-11-2003 The Prince of Wales (left) tests a make-shift bridge over a brook with Robin Page, during a visit to see some of the work being carried out by the Countryside Restoration Trust, at Lark Rise Farm in Barton, Cambridgeshire, Tuesday November 25, 2003. As part of his visit to the area, the Prince was due to visit the Dykes End pub in Reach and meet residents who are involved in the "Reach For A Pint" campaign - set up by local villagers who bought their only village pub to save it from closure.

Alexandria 11-25-2003 09:04 PM

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Polfoto 25-11-2003 The Prince of Wales (left) is shown around by Robin Page, during a visit to see some of the work being carried out by the Countryside Restoration Trust, at Lark Rise Farm in Barton, Cambridgeshire, Tuesday November 25, 2003. As part of his visit to the area, the Prince was due to visit the Dykes End pub in Reach and meet residents who are involved in the "Reach For A Pint" campaign - set up by local villagers who bought their only village pub to save it from closure.

Alexandria 11-25-2003 09:05 PM

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Polfoto 25-11-2003 The Prince of Wales see some of the work being carried out by the Countryside Restoration Trust, at Lark Rise Farm in Barton, Cambridgeshire, Tuesday November 25, 2003. As part of his visit to the area, the Prince was due to visit the Dykes End pub in Reach and meet residents who are involved in the "Reach For A Pint" campaign - set up by local villagers who bought their only village pub to save it from closure.

Alexandrine 11-26-2003 07:29 AM

Prince Charles notches up miserable darts score

The Prince of Wales has played a game of darts and had a whisky after popping into a pioneering village pub.


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Charles visited the Dykes End pub in Reach, Cambridgeshire, to meet locals who had saved the business from closing.

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At the invitation of the pub darts team, the Dykes End Devils, he played an impromptu game against his deputy private secretary and a newspaper photographer.

After throwing three practice darts - one of which fell out of the board - the Charles scored an eight, a two and a seven, making 17. Sun newspaper photographer Arthur Edwards notched a 25, 17 and an eight, making 50.

But Charles's deputy private secretary Elizabeth Buchanan easily outscored them both with a treble 19, a 19, and a one - making 77.

"At least I got on the board," said the prince. "That's the main thing."

Charles then enjoyed a sip of a 14-year-old Oban malt whisky and a swig of Aspall Suffolk Cyder.

After the tasting, he told regulars: "I think that would suit my eldest son very well. He likes cider."

Story filed: 10:13 Wednesday 26th November 2003

Alexandria 11-26-2003 07:55 PM

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Polfoto 25-11-2003 The Prince of Wales pours Champagne over Trinity College boat club's new boat -which has been named after him - at Trinity College, Cambridge, Tuesday November 25, 2003, during his visit to his old university site. Earlier Charles paid a visit to the ykes End pub in Reach where he played darts.

Alexandria 11-26-2003 07:56 PM

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Polfoto 25-11-2003 The Prince of Wales pours Champagne over Trinity College boat club's new boat -which has been named after him - at Trinity College, Cambridge, Tuesday November 25, 2003, during his visit to his old university site. Earlier Charles paid a visit to the ykes End pub in Reach where he played darts.

Alexandria 11-27-2003 08:22 PM

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IBL - Prince Charles visiting Easton College, Norfolk, Britain - 26 November 2003.

Alexandria 11-27-2003 08:23 PM

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IBL - Prince Charles visiting Easton College, Norfolk, Britain - 26 November 2003.

Alexandria 11-27-2003 08:24 PM

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IBL - Prince Charles visiting Easton College, Norfolk, Britain - 26 November 2003.

Alexandria 11-27-2003 08:24 PM

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IBL - Prince Charles visiting Easton College, Norfolk, Britain - 26 November 2003.

H.M. Margrethe 11-28-2003 03:26 PM

Well im glad that we her in Denmark are not going to haf ag king how are gay or bisexual like Prince Charles (flying ear)

Splodger 11-28-2003 04:00 PM

Well baring in mind what ever Charles did was in private, who knows what Crown Prince Frederick may also have done that is not public knowlegde.


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