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tiaraprin 08-07-2005 10:06 PM

If You Could Give an Award to a Royal. . .
 
If you could give an award to a Royal, past or present, what would it be?? Would it be for humanitarian works, or perhaps fashion sense? Give your awards to your Royals here and tell us why you are bestowing the "award" upon them. Before we begin, I must remind everyone (including myself) that any "awards" you give cannot violate the posting guidelines of The Royal Forums.

With that said, Let's us get on with it!!

Dennism 08-07-2005 11:37 PM

Countess of Fredriksborg and Prince Joachim: An award for divorcing amicably.

Crown Princess Mette-Marit: An award for her remarkable change into a great crown princess.

Crown Princess Mathilde: An award for being an example of elegance, modesty, quiet dignity and charm for the Belgian people and the world

Queen Elizabeth II: An award for being a great example to her nation and her people of a woman of strength, character and resilience.

Crown Princess Victoria: An award for perseverance, magnetism, a strong work ethic, lessening the boundaries between royalty and lay people(in other words, she works hard at being perceived as "normal" and most people say she´s a down-to-earth person), grace in the way she carries herself and an inner beauty which is evident to many a person.

tiaraprin 08-07-2005 11:39 PM

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Originally Posted by Dennism
Countess of Fredriksborg and Prince Joachim: An award for divorcing amicably.

Crown Princess Mette-Marit: An award for her remarkable change into a great crown princess.

Crown Princess Mathilde: An award for being an example of elegance, modesty, quiet dignity and charm for the Belgian people and the world

Queen Elizabeth II: An award for being a great example to her nation and her people of a woman of strength, character and resilience.

Crown Princess Victoria: An award for perseverance, magnetism, a strong work ethic, lessening the boundaries between royalty and lay people(in other words, she works hard at being perceived as "normal" and most people say she´s a down-to-earth person), grace in the way she carries herself and an inner beauty which is evident to many a person.

Thank you Dennism for christening my latest thread! Your awards were very nice and I knew you weren't gonna have an award ceremony without CP Victoria!!:p :D :)

Warren 08-07-2005 11:56 PM

What about...
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Dennism
Crown Princess Victoria: An award for...

Nothing for Queen Silvia?
:)

tiaraprin 08-08-2005 12:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Warren
Nothing for Queen Silvia?
:)

Warren, why don't you present Her Majesty Queen Silvia with an award?

princess olga 08-08-2005 12:00 AM

Here's mine:

1. definitely, definitely an award to king Juan Carlos for his moral courage in the confusing and dangerous post-Franco days..without Juan Carlos's bravery, there might not have been one united Spain today.

2. While I'm 'in Spain', I believe queen Sophia deserves the award for demonstrating sheer professionalism under all circumstances.

3. Crown Prince Charles of Britain, for advocating nature-friendly farming technologies, and for his brave stance on the topic of architecture, i.e. countering the points of view of greedy architects who would love to tear down anything built before WW2 to build ugly monstroseties.

4. Not sure if we can award the dead, but if we can, then one should go to Danish Queen Margarethe's dad, who, during world war 2, after learning that jewish citizens had to wear yellow stars indicating their origins, went out on the streets of Copenhagen with a yellow star attached to his coat!

tiaraprin 08-08-2005 12:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by princess olga
Here's mine:

1. definitely, definitely an award to king Juan Carlos for his moral courage in the confusing and dangerous post-Franco days..without Juan Carlos's bravery, there might not have been one united Spain today.

2. While I'm 'in Spain', I believe queen Sophia deserves the award for demonstrating sheer professionalism under all circumstances.

3. Crown Prince Charles of Britain, for advocating nature-friendly farming technologies, and for his brave stance on the topic of architecture, i.e. countering the points of view of greedy architects who would love to tear down anything built before WW2 to build ugly monstroseties.

4. Not sure if we can award the dead, but if we can, then one should go to Danish Queen Margarethe's dad, who, during world war 2, after learning that jewish citizens had to wear yellow stars indicating their origins, went out on the streets of Copenhagen with a yellow star attached to his coat!

Yes Princess Olga, you can award the dead. Any Royal Past, present, alive, or no longer with us. It is up to you!

Dennism 08-08-2005 12:13 AM

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Originally Posted by Warren
Nothing for Queen Silvia?
:)

An award for excellence in being a queen now for nearly 30 years, being a wonderful role model to the people of Sweden for her hard work, caring personality, important causes, perpetual regality, excellence as a mother, perfection in being a consort to the King and for bringing up three wonderful children(each of whom are well-loved on TRF).

Dennism 08-08-2005 12:14 AM

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Originally Posted by tiaraprin
Thank you Dennism for christening my latest thread! Your awards were very nice and I knew you weren't gonna have an award ceremony without CP Victoria!!:p :D :)

You´re welcome. But of course...:)

tiaraprin 08-08-2005 12:29 AM

You are too funny Dennism!! I am still waiting for Warren to give Queen Silvia an award. . . . . :p

Warren 08-08-2005 12:34 AM

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Originally Posted by tiaraprin
I am still waiting for Warren to give Queen Silvia an award...

No need. Dennis has done an excellent job.:)

tiaraprin 08-08-2005 12:37 AM

You Two Crack Me Up!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Warren
No need. Dennis has done an excellent job.:)

You both are too funny!!:p :p Congratulations to Queen Silvia upon her new award!:) :)

Well Warren, perhaps you would like to give an award to another royal, past or present????:D :D

Dennism 08-08-2005 12:39 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tiaraprin
If you could give an award to a Royal, past or present, what would it be?? Would it be for humanitarian works, or perhaps fashion sense? Give your awards to your Royals here and tell us why you are bestowing the "award" upon them. Before we begin, I must remind everyone (including myself) that any "awards" you give cannot violate the posting guidelines of The Royal Forums.

With that said, Let's us get on with it!!

An award to Tiaraprin for starting up this thread...:)

tiaraprin 08-08-2005 12:48 AM

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Originally Posted by Dennism
An award to Tiaraprin for starting up this thread...:)

Thank you, I am very humbled:D I am not Royal however, but I am descended from the Bohemian Aristocracy--does that give me a little class??:p :D :p

Be sure to check out my other favorite thread that I just revived "The Most Insane Royal in History.":)

Now back to our originally scheduled awards show!!!:p :p

Warren 08-08-2005 03:47 AM

King Richard III, for his services in providing us with an enduring royal whodunnit.

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tiaraprin 08-08-2005 08:15 AM

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Originally Posted by Warren
King Richard III, for his services in providing us with an enduring royal whodunnit.

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Warren, you keep outdoing yourself in keeping me laughing my head off!! Good Award and Kudos to you!!:) :)

H.M. Margrethe 08-08-2005 08:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by princess olga
Here's mine:

1. definitely, definitely an award to king Juan Carlos for his moral courage in the confusing and dangerous post-Franco days..without Juan Carlos's bravery, there might not have been one united Spain today.

2. While I'm 'in Spain', I believe queen Sophia deserves the award for demonstrating sheer professionalism under all circumstances.

3. Crown Prince Charles of Britain, for advocating nature-friendly farming technologies, and for his brave stance on the topic of architecture, i.e. countering the points of view of greedy architects who would love to tear down anything built before WW2 to build ugly monstroseties.

4. Not sure if we can award the dead, but if we can, then one should go to Danish Queen Margarethe's dad, who, during world war 2, after learning that jewish citizens had to wear yellow stars indicating their origins, went out on the streets of Copenhagen with a yellow star attached to his coat!

I hate to say this Princesse Olga BUT King Frederik 9. did not have a yellow star attached to his coat and neither did his farther king Christian 10.
It is a tall story queen Margrethe has tolde in a interviwe.

LaChicaMadrilena 08-08-2005 09:28 AM

An award to:
-King Juan Carlos I- big transformation in Spain, from Franco's terror to democracy
-Queen Sofia- big professionalism
-The Princes of Asturias- hard work and choosing (Felipe's) parents path.

Australian 08-08-2005 10:28 AM

I would give an award to the Countess of Wessex, i dont know why, she just seems to want to get on with life without the spotlight at the same time as having a royal status.

michelleq 08-08-2005 11:32 AM

To Princess Benedikte for being such a Strong Support to her Majesty, Queen Margrethe!


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