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Old 04-08-2012, 01:37 PM
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Old 04-08-2012, 06:16 PM
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Old 04-08-2012, 07:54 PM
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Old 06-09-2012, 09:42 AM
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British actor Robert Hardy, with Diana, Princess of Wales, 1982:
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Old 06-09-2012, 09:14 PM
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Lovely video . I didn't catch Robert Hardy, but it was certainly lovely to see Diana when she just started her royal life.
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Old 06-09-2012, 10:23 PM
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Lovely video . I didn't catch Robert Hardy, but it was certainly lovely to see Diana when she just started her royal life.
He's in the group of people going up for the gangplank for dinner on the ship....
( around 1: 02- 1:03 or so)
At least I think that's him.....
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Old 06-11-2012, 05:48 PM
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Old 06-11-2012, 09:08 PM
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The Queen Mum and the Beatles!!! I love it!!! Thanks!!!
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Old 06-12-2012, 09:31 AM
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Old 07-18-2012, 06:57 PM
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If I could attend a Royal lunch/ dinner party then....

These might be the ones....
Queen celebrates 'grey power' with a party at the Palace - Telegraph

Queen Mother steps out - Telegraph

HARDY QUEEN MUM MEETS HARDY - Latest News - Lynn News

I would have dearly loved to just be a fly on the wall, you know?.....
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Old 07-18-2012, 08:29 PM
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These are delightful. Thank you for sharing. Mr. Hardy seems to be a huge hit with the older generation of royals.
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Old 07-18-2012, 10:56 PM
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These are delightful. Thank you for sharing. Mr. Hardy seems to be a huge hit with the older generation of royals.
Oh, I have read that the Queen/Queen Mum love/loved RH in ACGAS. ( All Creatures Great and Small.)


Here are some Royal events he has participated in:
  • H.M. Queen Mother 90th birthday celebration
  • H.M. Q.M 100th birthday celebration
  • H.M. QEII Golden Jubilee- All the Queen's Horses Pageant- with 1000+horses, how did they get Mr. Hardy to go home? ( @ Daria- I know a certain vet, that would have to have been dragged out-)
  • H.M. QEII 80th birthday tribute
  • 50th &60th anniversary of VE Day celebrations.
  • Several stage performances/ Royal Film Premires
I have read that in the last years of her life, there was nothing the Q.M. liked better than to watch RH, and that after she died, The Queen made sure to let RH know this. ( Don't know how true any of this is- but have read it.)
I also remember reading several news articles from the end of the Q.M. life- apparently The Q.M. was at a reception, when she started to feel quite unsteady on her legs. Worried that she might fall, she asked to lean on RH arm, he was also a guest, to help her walk back to her wheelchair. Of course, he said yes. The next day the tabloids were full of " RH Breaks Protocol" One wonders what they expected him to do- let the former Queen of England fall over?
I read that the Queen and Queen Mother both wrote him nice thank- you letters.
@ Daria- Wasn't it interesting in the one article when RH said he gets nervous. I mean he's a famous actor. Found that reassuring.
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Oh, I have read that the Queen/Queen Mum love/loved RH in ACGAS. ( All Creatures Great and Small.)

Here are some Royal events he has participated in:
  • H.M. Queen Mother 90th birthday celebration
  • H.M. Q.M 100th birthday celebration
  • H.M. QEII Golden Jubilee- All the Queen's Horses Pageant- with 1000+horses, how did they get Mr. Hardy to go home? ( @ Daria- I know a certain vet, that would have to have been dragged out-)
  • H.M. QEII 80th birthday tribute
  • 50th &60th anniversary of VE Day celebrations.
  • Several stage performances/ Royal Film Premires
I have read that in the last years of her life, there was nothing the Q.M. liked better than to watch RH, and that after she died, The Queen made sure to let RH know this. ( Don't know how true any of this is- but have read it.)
I also remember reading several news articles from the end of the Q.M. life- apparently The Q.M. was at a reception, when she started to feel quite unsteady on her legs. Worried that she might fall, she asked to lean on RH arm, he was also a guest, to help her walk back to her wheelchair. Of course, he said yes. The next day the tabloids were full of " RH Breaks Protocol" One wonders what they expected him to do- let the former Queen of England fall over?
I read that the Queen and Queen Mother both wrote him nice thank- you letters.
@ Daria- Wasn't it interesting in the one article when RH said he gets nervous. I mean he's a famous actor. Found that reassuring.
It would seem that Her Majesty and Her Majesty the Queen Mother had/have a great taste in television . I can definitely believe how the Queen Mother would have wanted to watch some of Mr. Hardy's works when she wasn't feeling well or needed a break. He is definitely delightful to watch (especially in the role of Siegfried Farnon). As we know, the tabloids like to put out part of the story, or spin it in such a fashion that will get people to go , and not pay attention to the bigger picture. I think any human being with a heart would have done what Mr. Hardy did, because it would have been extremely cold-hearted to just let an elderly person fall and get injured. Protocol is important, but in some instances it's perfectly acceptable to let it slide for a few seconds. Her Majesty and Her Majesty the Queen Mother were very kind to write Mr. Hardy 'thank you' notes. I'm sure he was very touched. I don't think people understand how much one little bit of kindness can touch another human being. I bet he didn't think twice about helping the Queen Mother, but was most likely pleasantly surprised to receive a note, thanking him for what he probably considered to be something ordinary. I can only imagine Mr. Hardy working the pageant for the Golden Jubilee. He was probably in seventh heaven, and I won't be surprised if he channeled his inner Mr. Farnon . I too wonder how many people it took to get him to go home for the night .
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Old 07-19-2012, 10:31 AM
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It would seem that Her Majesty and Her Majesty the Queen Mother had/have a great taste in television . I can definitely believe how the Queen Mother would have wanted to watch some of Mr. Hardy's works when she wasn't feeling well or needed a break. He is definitely delightful to watch (especially in the role of Siegfried Farnon). As we know, the tabloids like to put out part of the story, or spin it in such a fashion that will get people to go , and not pay attention to the bigger picture. I think any human being with a heart would have done what Mr. Hardy did, because it would have been extremely cold-hearted to just let an elderly person fall and get injured. Protocol is important, but in some instances it's perfectly acceptable to let it slide for a few seconds.*1 Her Majesty and Her Majesty the Queen Mother were very kind to write Mr. Hardy 'thank you' notes. I'm sure he was very touched. I don't think people understand how much one little bit of kindness can touch another human being. I bet he didn't think twice about helping the Queen Mother, but was most likely pleasantly surprised to receive a note, thanking him for what he probably considered to be something ordinary. I can only imagine Mr. Hardy working the pageant for the Golden Jubilee. He was probably in seventh heaven, and I won't be surprised if he channeled his inner Mr. Farnon .*2 I too wonder how many people it took to get him to go home for the night . *3
*1- Exactly! And since H.M. The Queen has no problem with RH sitting on the floor of B.P. playing with special needs kids, technically a breach of protocol, do you think she's really going to have an issue, with RH. keeping her mother from falling to the floor?
*2- Love it! Oh my gosh, can you imagine Siegfried at this thing?
*3- Good thing it was several days- he knew he got to come back tommorow - although I did read a report saying he spent evey night in the stable- don't know how true that is... but it is RH.

Have to add a few more Royal events RH has attended:
  • Garden parties for people in nursing homes, and handicapped children.
  • Palace receptions for same. ( hence getting down and playing with kids on B.P. floor, in front of H.M.)
That leads me to say that the older members of the BRF have very good RH taste!
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