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Avalon 06-25-2007 08:11 AM

Anne, Princess Royal Current Events 4: June 2007-April 2008
 




Welcome to Anne, Princess Royal Current Events Part 4

It starts on June 25, 2007

Part 3, covering January12 - June 25, 2007 can be found here

Duchess 06-25-2007 09:49 AM

apb could still continue to take communion in the catholic church if he and anne married, however i doubt we'll see these to take that step.

scooter 06-25-2007 10:06 AM

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Originally Posted by Duchess (Post 630993)
apb could still continue to take communion in the catholic church if he and anne married, however i doubt we'll see these to take that step.

Unless they married in the RC Church, which I dont see being allowed by QEII, APB would be considered to be living in sin (as far as the RC Church) and would not be allowed to take communion. If he converts to C of E, thats another story.

CasiraghiTrio 06-26-2007 10:50 AM

Yes, I agree it's totally unlikely, complete fantasy. I don't see the Princess divorcing again, honestly, whatever the tabloids will say about it. I'm sure she and Laurence have their issues to work out, but they just have that rock stable feeling about them, you know? I just can't see them shaking things up, not those two! :lol:

Skydragon 06-26-2007 11:07 AM

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Originally Posted by scooter (Post 630999)
Unless they married in the RC Church, which I dont see being allowed by QEII, APB would be considered to be living in sin (as far as the RC Church) and would not be allowed to take communion. If he converts to C of E, thats another story.

APB is already considered to be living in sin by the Catholic church. :rolleyes:

Duchess 06-28-2007 05:35 PM

a couple of things:

1) if apb has received an annulment from the church then he isn't living in sin (unless of course his present marriage hasn't be been blessed by the church)

2) a catholic can marry a non catholic and it isn't considered a sin. the traditional way would be for the catholic to request a dispensation. since it's not a sin to marry outside the catholic church, the catholic can still receive holy communion.

love_cc 06-28-2007 07:44 PM

I doubt Andrew PB would ever divorce Rosemary when she is alive and then I don't think there is a possibility for the Princess Royal and him to get married anyway. In the daily mail article written by Christopher Wilson, he concluded that "it is better not to marry the love of your life". I think the Princess Royal and Andrew PB are just best friends and he is the love of her life. Their spouses and themselves have understandings about that. It's life. Everyone is more realistic.
.But I always find a bit sad and a bit ironic that the love triangele Anne-Andrew-Camilla-Charles ended up like this. But we are lucky to have Peter, Zara, Tom, Laura, William and Harry as a reuslt.

Duchess 06-29-2007 10:03 AM

all good points love cc.

iceflower 06-30-2007 03:50 AM

Here's an article about an engagement Anne had yesterday, 29 June 2007.
The article unfortunately contains only a very small pic..I think she wore
something grey and blue ;)

Princess Anne visits Aylesbury Vale

Skydragon 06-30-2007 07:07 AM

Thank You iceflower, you found us all another interesting article and picture! :flowers:

iceflower 07-07-2007 03:42 AM

Pics 6.7.2007
 
Princess Anne of England walks in the charitable institution of Casa Alianza, 15 km west from Guatemala City, 06 July, 2007. Anne visited the institution that assists at least a hundred kids while she was is in Guatemala attending the 119th IOC meeting. AFP PHOTO / Orlando SIERRA

Pic 1
Pic 2
Pic 3

Skydragon 07-07-2007 06:53 AM

Thanks iceflower. :flowers: Anne looks really smart in those pictures.

iceflower 07-08-2007 03:55 AM

Pics 07.07.07
 
You are most welcome, Skydragon and I totally agree with you :flowers:

Here are two pics from yesterday:
Princess Anne of England arrives to the Foreign Ministry Office in Lima and is received by Peru's Vice
President Luis Giampietri , 07 July 2007. Princess Anne is in a four-day visit to Peru. AFP PHOTO/ANDINA
- Juan Carlos GUZMAN

Pic 1
Pic 2

Skydragon 07-08-2007 06:53 AM

Thanks iceflower! :flowers:

Princess Anne is certainly a very busy royal, it tires me out just think of all the travel! :biggrin:

iceflower 07-09-2007 04:32 PM

Pics 9.7.2007
 
Indeed she is, Skydragon :smile: Here are the newest pics:

Princess Anne of England looks at a Peruvian Paso horse during a visit to the Backus Sab Miller brewery in
Lima, 09 July 2007. Princess Anne is on a four-day visit to Peru. AFP PHOTO/Eitan ABRAMOVICH

Pic 1
Pic 2

Skydragon 07-09-2007 05:37 PM

Thank you iceflower. :flowers:

I know we probably all do it, but I wish she wouldn't frown when she is concentrating. It is always amazing what a transformation there is when she smiles. :flowers:

scooter 07-09-2007 09:05 PM

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Originally Posted by Duchess (Post 633044)
a couple of things:

1) if apb has received an annulment from the church then he isn't living in sin (unless of course his present marriage hasn't be been blessed by the church)

2) a catholic can marry a non catholic and it isn't considered a sin. the traditional way would be for the catholic to request a dispensation. since it's not a sin to marry outside the catholic church, the catholic can still receive holy communion.

My understanding is that there was no annulment of the Camilla mariage and as such no catholic marriage for wife #2. Look if one is strict catholic or cares about such things, he's in a state of sin. Unfortunately for her, I hear that Rosemary's (#2) cancer has relapsed. Although for the purposes of this discussion,as theirs is the relevant issue, long as Camilla is alive, no marriage 'in the church' for CPB and Anne. Do you think the Queen will every allow a twice divorced Princess Anne to marry a third time...especially to a divorced man...who was previously married to the second wife of the prince of wales? Sorry, but this is getting a bit 'incestuous'!

iceflower 07-10-2007 03:50 AM

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Originally Posted by Skydragon (Post 638708)
Thank you iceflower. :flowers:

I know we probably all do it, but I wish she wouldn't frown when she is concentrating. It is always amazing what a transformation there is when she smiles. :flowers:

As you said many of us do so, and you can hardly change that - let's try it out for a day, and we'll see if we can make it;):smile:

Here are two pics from another event Anne attended yesterday:

Britain's Princess Anne, right, stands with Robert Priday, Chairman of the Backus & Johnston beer company in Lima, Monday, July 9, 2007, during Princess's Anne's visit to Peru. AP Photo/Karel Navarro

Anne
Typical royal duty :flowers:

Skydragon 07-10-2007 06:28 AM

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Originally Posted by iceflower
let's try it out for a day, and we'll see if we can make it

Nice pictures once again iceflower.:flowers: I'm afraid I have failed the frown test already! :lol:

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Originally Posted by scooter (Post 638789)
Sorry, but this is getting a bit 'incestuous'!

They are not even remotely blood related, so how could it be incestuous?
If a man wishes, he can marry his step daughter or a woman can marry her step brother - they are not related by blood.

scooter 07-10-2007 10:32 AM

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Originally Posted by Skydragon (Post 638900)
Nice pictures once again iceflower.:flowers: I'm afraid I have failed the frown test already! :lol:

They are not even remotely blood related, so how could it be incestuous?
If a man wishes, he can marry his step daughter or a woman can marry her step brother - they are not related by blood.

a bit too 'all in the family' for my taste! Can you imagine handing out the gifts a christmas? Here's one for my sister's husband who used to be my wife's husband....a bit weird. And the press would certainly have an absolute field day. In any event, dont think the Queen would allow PA to marry a third time. It kind of makes a mockery of the Queen's public stand has Head of the Church.:flowers:


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