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Yes that is Gabriella next to Prince Michael, Rose is behind Lord Ulster.
Nobody was behind lord Ulster.
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Old 06-16-2013, 01:55 PM
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OK if you are going to be that literal, Mr Gilman is behind Lady Ulster (standing next to Lord Ulster), Lady Rose Gilman is behind Lady Nicholas Windsor and next to Lady Gabriella Windsor.
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OK if you are going to be that literal, Mr Gilman is behind Lady Ulster (standing next to Lord Ulster), Lady Rose Gilman is behind Lady Nicholas Windsor and next to Lady Gabriella Windsor.
Actually stood next to Mr Gilman is Zenouska Mowatt. My original comment was incorrect when I wrote Lady Gilman.
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Old 06-17-2013, 12:27 AM
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Can anyone post a video/link to the scene when they are all coming out on the Balcony.. I was curious whether it was routine style (Queen, with no DoE, coming first and others a few minutes later)..or Jubilee style (All coming together at the same time..)..
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Old 06-17-2013, 09:49 PM
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Old 06-17-2013, 10:36 PM
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Thanks for the photos!
It was nice to see Prince and Princess Michael and Lady Gabriela, who always displays an impeccable taste in fashion, attending the event.
Prince William and Prince Edward looked awkward in uniforms.
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Old 06-20-2013, 10:48 PM
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Old 06-24-2013, 12:55 AM
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Did anyone watch the coverage on BBC? While the crowds were walking down they showed a nice little piece put together about royal babies. They showed the queens children, grandchildren and then moved onto the great grandchildren from Peter Phillips. They showed Peter and Autumn first with Savannah out looking at the horses then a still black and white image of them with one of their daughters christening. I couldn't tell if it was Isla or Savannah. What did everyone think?
Does anyone know if there's a link to this coverage, so we can watch this piece? Thanks in advance!
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Old 06-24-2013, 02:14 AM
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Does anyone know if there's a link to this coverage, so we can watch this piece? Thanks in advance!
There's a link directly above your post to the YouTube video.
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Ok some help would be great here. I have been successful in the ballot for tickets for the Stands at TTC this year. I attended about 8 years ago and from memory I just put on my lounge suit. The ticket says morning dress or lounge suit or jacket and trousers. So what do we think? I have a morning coat so it wouldn't cost me any more to put it on, but I don't want to turn up like I should be in a carriage on the parade ground when others aren't dressed up. Any advice would be good if you have been in the last few years or just keen to chip in!

Also my aunt is going as my guest. Again how formal do we reckon - hat and gloves? Or is that a step too far?

Thanks for your help in advance. 😄
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Ok some help would be great here. I have been successful in the ballot for tickets for the Stands at TTC this year. I attended about 8 years ago and from memory I just put on my lounge suit. The ticket says morning dress or lounge suit or jacket and trousers. So what do we think? I have a morning coat so it wouldn't cost me any more to put it on, but I don't want to turn up like I should be in a carriage on the parade ground when others aren't dressed up. Any advice would be good if you have been in the last few years or just keen to chip in!

Also my aunt is going as my guest. Again how formal do we reckon - hat and gloves? Or is that a step too far?

Thanks for your help in advance. 😄
It sounds like you have a most wonderful day ahead of you. I have never been to an event such as this and would dearly love to go. I'm going to chip in with what I'd do and, trust me, it is not based on any kind of wisdom or experience in this matter at all.

First off, you are taking your aunt with you. That in itself makes this a special occasion in itself. I'd take the opportunity and do this outing up to the nines. Dress to the hilt! Take your aunt to high tea afterwards. This is the sort of day that memories are made of.

I hope the both of you have a splendid time.
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Old 05-11-2014, 02:33 AM
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Ok some help would be great here. I have been successful in the ballot for tickets for the Stands at TTC this year. I attended about 8 years ago and from memory I just put on my lounge suit. The ticket says morning dress or lounge suit or jacket and trousers. So what do we think? I have a morning coat so it wouldn't cost me any more to put it on, but I don't want to turn up like I should be in a carriage on the parade ground when others aren't dressed up. Any advice would be good if you have been in the last few years or just keen to chip in!

Also my aunt is going as my guest. Again how formal do we reckon - hat and gloves? Or is that a step too far?

Thanks for your help in advance. 😄

Perhaps look at a few clips on YouTube to see what others in the stands are wearing, but most important of all be prepared for a shower & a windy day! Your aunt doesn't want to be bothered by a hat that could blow away :) Hope you have a memorable day.
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Old 05-12-2014, 04:54 AM
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Ok some help would be great here. I have been successful in the ballot for tickets for the Stands at TTC this year. I attended about 8 years ago and from memory I just put on my lounge suit. The ticket says morning dress or lounge suit or jacket and trousers. So what do we think? I have a morning coat so it wouldn't cost me any more to put it on, but I don't want to turn up like I should be in a carriage on the parade ground when others aren't dressed up. Any advice would be good if you have been in the last few years or just keen to chip in!

Also my aunt is going as my guest. Again how formal do we reckon - hat and gloves? Or is that a step too far?

Thanks for your help in advance. ��
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It sounds like you have a most wonderful day ahead of you. I have never been to an event such as this and would dearly love to go. I'm going to chip in with what I'd do and, trust me, it is not based on any kind of wisdom or experience in this matter at all.

First off, you are taking your aunt with you. That in itself makes this a special occasion in itself. I'd take the opportunity and do this outing up to the nines. Dress to the hilt! Take your aunt to high tea afterwards. This is the sort of day that memories are made of.

I hope the both of you have a splendid time.
I agree with Osipi, this is the stuff that memories are made of. Dress well, morning suit or lounge suit, whatever is convenient, hat and gloves for the aunt. To me, it almost does not matter what others are wearing, its what you make of the occasion.
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Old 05-12-2014, 05:50 AM
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This sounds like such a wonderful time and with your aunt, I so miss my aunts, dress to the occasion, dinner dress with hat and gloves and really great shoes and purse. High tea and biscuits at the fanciest place you can find with white table cloth and silver and good china and some really great English Breakfast tea.........I can't wait to hear all about this. Pictures if you can of you and your aunt and the High Tea..........so very envious!
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Thanks for the advice folks!
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Sadly no Prince George at Trooping Colour on BP balcony Sat, sadly- unless Kate & Wills suddenly decide otherwise.

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Palace, typically coy, said they 'don’t announce royals at Trooping the Colour in advance’-I don't think P. George will make an appearance.
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Old 06-10-2014, 12:16 PM
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Old 06-10-2014, 12:56 PM
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I reckon they will bring him out on the balcony. William was brought out as a baby I belocw and even the Queen brought her babies on the balcony.
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I also think George will make an appearence on the balcony on Saturday.
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