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Old 08-12-2003, 08:06 AM
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William the deer Conquerer?

That photo of "William" partying is from The Sun or The Enquirer and the lot ....Nuff said!
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Old 08-12-2003, 06:45 PM
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Do you mean thats not him?! It sure looks like its him... and I´ve seen closeup from the same events and its definately William
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Old 08-12-2003, 09:46 PM
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Somebody get that kid a burger.
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Old 08-13-2003, 10:36 AM
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Perhaps a tad lanky, but he does look as though he knows how to have a fun time!
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Old 08-13-2003, 02:29 PM
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Prince William tops sexy eye poll

Prince William has the sexiest eyes in Britain, according to a survey.

He won 38% of the female votes, with actor Richard E Grant and Ant's better half, boy next door Declan Donnelly, following close behind.



Despite his success in hit TV series The Office, Ricky Gervais was least popular, receiving only 1% of votes.

When asked by market research company NOP whose eyes they would most like to have, the female vote was split.

While 22% of women opted for the sparkling eyes of EastEnders' Kat (Jessie Wallace), others preferred the glamorous and seductive peepers of Sex And The City star Sarah Jessica Parker.

Cherie Blair and Caroline Aherne proved to be least popular with only 1% of voters electing them.

Most men opted for the pulling power of the "golden oldies", with Jack Nicholson topping the poll at 16%. He was closely followed by Michael Parkinson and Bill Clinton.

Charlie's Angel star Drew Barrymore was said to have the sexiest eyes - nearly one in five men said they would like to gaze longingly into the Hollywood star's eyes. She was closely followed by Sarah Jessica Parker, Liza Minnelli and Jessie Wallace.

Blue eyes were favourite among both men and women, winning 42% of the vote, with dark brown eyes gaining 20% of the votes.

The survey, which was commissioned by Blink Contacts eye drops, polled 1,000 men and women nationwide.


Story filed: 16:54 Wednesday 13th August 2003
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Old 08-13-2003, 02:56 PM
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I guess I am in some form of denial ( ! ). I believe a part of me wished William had more sense as to be photograph with a pink feather boa!!!! (Leave that for :zorro: Harry ), ....Giving the picture a second look with a magnifying glass, I guess he could be Willam ... I saw the same photo on The Enquirer cover...so there is still some lingering doubt !!!! There are a lot of reports that William is reserved and self-restraint in public.... especially where photographers are concerned. It is nice, however, to see Wills enjoying himself! :flower:
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Old 08-13-2003, 08:51 PM
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Don't worry, when I first saw that picture of William I doubted that it was him too. Don't know if the event was for charity or what?
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Old 08-14-2003, 07:05 AM
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I doubt it was a charity event.. why would he run around in his underwear/bathingclothes?!
I think it was a party at a friends house,... not sure, my memory is bad..
but I remember reading about it in some magazine... there were more pictures to, clearer face shots,
I´ll try to scan them later!
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Old 08-15-2003, 06:52 PM
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[Slightly OT]: Yens, Ever been to charity functions?? I've been to several hospital charity functions and the like with my beau of 2 years (he is an orthopedic surgeon..who has gorgeous eyes, very much like our darling Felipe...but, I digress). Sometimes charity is not all about "formality, champagne and heidiously boring conversation about who has the best golf handicap"....there are people on occasion who do outrageous/ radical things for the name of charities!!!

For example: 12 AUGUST 2003 (Hello&#33

Sharon Stone made a name for herself starring as sex bombs in films such as Basic Instinct, so it's no wonder bidders at a recent AIDS charity auction were willing to fork out the cash for a clinch with the sultry star.

Though a number of men offered up thousands of pounds to be the lucky receiver of the kiss, it was a female attendee who scored the top prize.

Ms Joni Rimm, a guest at the LA gala, paid £35,000 for the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. And Sharon drew a surprised reaction from the audience when she puckered up for a passionate kiss that went on for 45 seconds.

"Sharon was a great sport," said one witness. "She really went for it, grabbing her around the chin and kissing her passionately. Everyone in the crowd just screamed with delight."

Added another onlooker: "It might have been for charity but it was very sexy. I think there were plenty of men and women in the audience who would have loved to be in Joni's shoes."

Proceeds from the charity event went to Project Angel Foods, an organisation which delivers free meals to people with AIDS.
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Old 08-16-2003, 06:06 AM
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Yens?! like that

I get your point.. but I dont think a charity event in a hospital with doctors and an event where prince William is present can be comparable.
I dont know the details of the event when this picture was taken... and maybe it wasn´t really a charithy? maybe more like a party... but however, Prince William in his underwear is not the most common thing to see at a charity event... or a party for that matter =)
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the picture was one of those taken at his "Out of Africa" birthday party. It started making the rounds shortly after the party.
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"William 'killed 14-inch antelope during Kenya hunt,"*
Here is a silly joke I found in The Entertainment Weekly ....on the 'Hot Sheet' by Jim Mullen about it. :

#6.) The Deerslayer Prince William reportedly killed a small antelope with a spear while on vacation in Africa. It was an accident-
he was aiming at the reporter.
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Old 08-17-2003, 04:43 AM
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6.)  The Deerslayer Prince William reportedly killed a small antelope with a spear while on vacation in Africa. It was an accident-
he was aiming at the reporter. 


who knows, maybe it's true
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I got news!

Prince William makes guests at her friends in Africa same 'out of Africa'

http://www.hellomagazine.com/2003/08/18/PrinceWilliam/

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i got news from http://www.Sky.com/article/0,,30100-12748426,00.html he makes reply for Pink

Sara Boyce

p.s. you will read about it!
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Old 08-27-2003, 02:06 PM
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Hi Sara,

Neither one of your two links work???? :o
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Hi Sara,

Neither one of your two links work???? :o
one of new in sky.com about Prince William makes reply to Pink you would read it!

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Quote:
Originally posted by sara1981+Aug 27th, 2003 - 5:41 pm--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (sara1981 @ Aug 27th, 2003 - 5:41 pm)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteBegin--thissal@Aug 27th, 2003 - 1:06 pm
Hi Sara,

Neither one of your two links work????&nbsp; :o&nbsp;
one of new in sky.com about Prince William makes reply to Pink you would read it&#33;

Sara Boyce[/b][/quote]
Sara, I had the same problem with your links. Perhaps sky.com moved the article into an archive?

Here is the BBC account of the same story. :flower:

Pink sees red over prince&#39;s &#39;hunt&#39;



Pop star Pink has fired off a letter to Prince William after hearing how he allegedly killed an antelope during a hunting trip in Kenya.

The US star wrote to the prince, saying she was "disgusted to learn that you kill animals for fun".

The singer was said to be on the prince&#39;s wish-list of performers at his 21st birthday party.

The prince has already denied spearing a dik-dik antelope with a Maasai warrior spear while in Kenya, although he does join fox hunts in the UK.

A spokesman for Prince William said he had received the letter and would be responding.

He said: "Prince William did not kill a small deer in Africa and anyone who writes to him, including Pink, will be reassured that it did not happen."

Pink, real name Alecia Moore, is an ardent supporter of the People&#39;s Campaign for Ethical Treatment of Animals (Peta), and often speaks out on animal rights issues.

In her letter to Prince William she wrote: "I was happy to hear that I was your first choice to play at your 21st birthday bash - then disgusted to learn that you hunt animals for fun and that you purposely rammed a spear through a tiny deer in Africa."

Leaving aside royal formalities she then went on to ask "Why? Was it some kind of &#39;trying to prove you&#39;re a man&#39; trip?"

But she offered a hand of friendship by suggesting he telephone her for suggestions for alternative leisure activities.

She added: "We can all change and find more interesting things to do with your spare time than kill animals.

"Call me or Peta if you&#39;d like any suggestions. Then maybe I&#39;ll come play at your next birthday..."

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Originally posted by lasu+Aug 27th, 2003 - 5:54 pm--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (lasu @ Aug 27th, 2003 - 5:54 pm)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'>
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Hi Sara,

Neither one of your two links work????*&nbsp; :o*

one of new in sky.com about Prince William makes reply to Pink you would read it&#33;

Sara Boyce
Sara, I had the same problem with your links. Perhaps sky.com moved the article into an archive?

Here is the BBC account of the same story. :flower:

Pink sees red over prince&#39;s &#39;hunt&#39;



Pop star Pink has fired off a letter to Prince William after hearing how he allegedly killed an antelope during a hunting trip in Kenya.

The US star wrote to the prince, saying she was "disgusted to learn that you kill animals for fun".

The singer was said to be on the prince&#39;s wish-list of performers at his 21st birthday party.

The prince has already denied spearing a dik-dik antelope with a Maasai warrior spear while in Kenya, although he does join fox hunts in the UK.

A spokesman for Prince William said he had received the letter and would be responding.

He said: "Prince William did not kill a small deer in Africa and anyone who writes to him, including Pink, will be reassured that it did not happen."

Pink, real name Alecia Moore, is an ardent supporter of the People&#39;s Campaign for Ethical Treatment of Animals (Peta), and often speaks out on animal rights issues.

In her letter to Prince William she wrote: "I was happy to hear that I was your first choice to play at your 21st birthday bash - then disgusted to learn that you hunt animals for fun and that you purposely rammed a spear through a tiny deer in Africa."

Leaving aside royal formalities she then went on to ask "Why? Was it some kind of &#39;trying to prove you&#39;re a man&#39; trip?"

But she offered a hand of friendship by suggesting he telephone her for suggestions for alternative leisure activities.

She added: "We can all change and find more interesting things to do with your spare time than kill animals.

"Call me or Peta if you&#39;d like any suggestions. Then maybe I&#39;ll come play at your next birthday..."

[/b][/quote]
thanks for info&#33; about bbc article&#33;

i makes skynews articles
http://www.sky.com/article/0,,30100-12748426,00.html about Prince William&#39;s reply to Pink&#33;

Sara Boyce
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