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Lena 11-14-2003 12:03 AM

Hey guys, do you really think, that I don´t read your posts before you edit ;) Guys not interested in mammarial things...well you´ve forgotten two exceptions (little men, from age 0-9 months and male gynaecologists)...but I can´t remember any other exception... :innocent: ;)
Well, I don´t think that it would be very successful, if we would talk french is horrible (even much more worse than my english and swedish). But you can write HRH a letter in french, she would probably understand (she had french at Yale)

Yes, maybe, but Sophie is no crown princess, better we would take cp Mathilde in it (though she´s as former noble more familiar with those Royal things)

Lena 11-14-2003 12:08 AM

And yes, your trainer sister is right. Maybe it´s the same with Victoria. So I don´t want to deepen this topic (e.g talking about gland-tissue, fat and chest muscles)...I fear I would confuse you, guys ;)

Dennism 11-14-2003 12:24 AM

Yes, very good. Lena. I thought I'd send a pm to King about this but then I noticed that he went away. Sarcasm is so hard to put into words. Lingua franca pour les corps diplomatiques! I like that first rule. I just meant Sophie because of her familiarity with the media and the fact that she wasn't born a royal. Yes, sue the German newspapers! I'll have to remember that French idea. By the way, for those of you who don't know(which unfortunately includes a lot of native born English speakers) sangfroid is an French word in that it has been used in English enough times that it isn't unfamiliar. In fact, I seem to recall it being in one of my vocabulary books back in high school. But I was just making a joke. And for some reason, if that photo of Victoria shows up some years down the road at a particularly regal time, I know I will be thinking of a song by Queen.

Alexandria 11-14-2003 10:05 AM

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Polfoto 13-11-2003 Flankeret af sine to sikkerhedsvagter ankom Sveriges kronprinsesse Victoria til Den Svenske Ambassade i København i aftes. Hun er i landet for at få et introduktionskursus om FN's udviklingsprogram, inden hun rejser videre til Cairo for at deltage i endnu et FN-kursus. Kronprinsesse Victoria´s informationschef Elisabeth Takras Wahlberg i rødt.

Polfoto 13-11-2003 I ANLEDNING AF KRONPRINSESSE VICTORIA`S KURSUS BESØG PÅ 2 DAGE I DANMARK, blev der indbudt til galla middag på Den Svenske Ambassade. Kronprinsesse Victoria skal have 2 indledende kursusdage i København forud for sin FN rejse til Cairo. Kronprinsesse Victoria med det svenske værtspar.

hrhcp 11-15-2003 11:30 PM

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Nov. 13, 2003. Copenhagen, Denmark.
Gut behütet: Kronprinzessin Victoria von Schweden mit ihrer Beraterin Elisabeth Tarras-Wahlberg und zwei Leibwächtern (Foto: dpa)

is this the lady that you saw in Wilmington ? It says here this lady is CP Victoria's advisor, and that the two gentlemen are bodyguards.

Dennism 11-16-2003 12:33 AM

Yes, that's Elisabeth. She was in Wilmington and Philadelphia.

Dennism 01-13-2004 04:34 AM

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Crown Princess Victoria visited the UNDP office , UN Development Program, in Copenhagen Denmark, Thursday November 13, 2003. She was welcomed by Mr. Poul Grosen, UNDP Director of the Nordic Office.

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