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Old 11-27-2017, 01:28 PM
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Wow, what an interview

Even more respect for Meghan now - she is so well spoken and obviously passionate about many things.

I was trying to compose some responses I had in regards to the interview of William and Catherine that I re-watched this afternoon but can't really get it right, so will forget that and just say again, wow, can't wait to see what H&M are going to achieve together
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Old 11-27-2017, 01:28 PM
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She's a natural in front of the camera alright. Very well spoken, chooses her words wisely but still candid and just a very relaxed atmosphere.
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Old 11-27-2017, 01:29 PM
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Having been [admittedly] sceptical this interview leaves me WHOLLY reassured, and I am delighted to be, and wish this lovely duo EVERY happiness in their lives together.
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Old 11-27-2017, 01:29 PM
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What a wonderful interview. Both so obviously happy and smiling. Little nuggets about Meghan meeting other members of the family, including Diana's sisters etc, Harry warning her what she was in for, the having to make time for each other in spite of hectic schedules, the fact that Harry is looking forward to Meghan playing an active part in The Firm. Questions about her dogs too, one in the UK, one not apparently. I have such happy feelings about these two!
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Old 11-27-2017, 01:29 PM
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Pleasantly surprised by this interview and by Meghan, she seems quite down to earth actually.
She is a TV actress and a a social media personality. She should be quite comfortable then with cameras and public speaking. It doesn't surprise me at all.
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Old 11-27-2017, 01:33 PM
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Another? Which was the first one?
No, I was just saying that it’s nice that Harry and Meghan did this during the wedding anniversary year. Very special!
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Old 11-27-2017, 01:34 PM
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Wonderful to watch—so natural and easy. It comes from the heart. Amazing things ahead to look forward to from this team. Harry and Meghan hit it out of the park!
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Old 11-27-2017, 01:34 PM
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If the queen truly thought that this would be a big mistake, it would be worth it to escalate things and 'find a solution'. However, as I said above, she allowed Charles to marry Camilla... so I really don't see the problem and am surprised that the issue is even raised by some.

For the most known family in the world an escalation would be a big image problem indeed and certainly not "worth it"...!

Camilla comes from a family that always socialised with the aristocracy and people of influence in England. Her first husband was a courtier (and still is) who is a firm friend to the Princess Royal for decades.
Camilla never was just any english lady next door - that´s a myth!
No matter what her role was during the Diana/ Charles marriage, she at least never walked the red carpet with a cleavage down to her belly or starred in a 2nd class soap....

I don´t know if Meghan is a nice person or not. I do not know her like nobody here does. She´s pretty and has a lovely smile. But is someone like her really the right person to be a royal duchess, daughter in law of a monarch, a represantative for Britain and the Commonwealth...?!
I think this union is once more water on the mills for those you claim the monarchy was just a soap opera!
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Old 11-27-2017, 01:37 PM
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Okay they are adorable together!
Happy to learn one pup is already in the UK, i’m Sure the other will soon follow. Wonder if he’s been staying with Harry this entire time or a good close friend?

Was the interview done at Nott cott?
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Old 11-27-2017, 01:38 PM
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She is a TV actress and a a social media personality. She should be quite comfortable then with cameras and public speaking. It doesn't surprise me at all.
Reminds me the words of Queen Frederika of Greece about Princess Grace of Monaco "how can i trust her ? she's an actress !!!".
Anyway Meghan seems genuine. But i'm in a "love is all around" mood tonight.
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Old 11-27-2017, 01:38 PM
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No, I was just saying that it’s nice that Harry and Meghan did this during the wedding anniversary year. Very special!
Exactly a week after the Platinum Anniversary of his grandparents!
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Old 11-27-2017, 01:38 PM
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Loved that interview. You can see the bond, love and happiness just pouring out of Harry and Meghan. They were candid and very honest about the life that’s ahead for them.

Make no mistake, Harry and Meghan will be playing major roles as senior members of the royal family.
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Old 11-27-2017, 01:40 PM
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Charming interview. They match together quite well.
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Old 11-27-2017, 01:42 PM
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What a wonderful interview. Both so obviously happy and smiling. Little nuggets about Meghan meeting other members of the family, including Diana's sisters etc, Harry warning her what she was in for, the having to make time for each other in spite of hectic schedules, the fact that Harry is looking forward to Meghan playing an active part in The Firm. Questions about her dogs too, one in the UK, one not apparently. I have such happy feelings about these two!
And being confident that she will be good at it
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Old 11-27-2017, 01:42 PM
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I think the most important thing is that Meghan is a human being just like all the other women who have married into the family. None of whom to me seem to have any special gifts or talents that make them overly special. They all have one thing in common loving the men they are engaged too.
This is not brain surgery, she has to speak smile and be intelligent. The most important thing she has to do is support her husband and the royal family. All of which I think she can do quite well.
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Old 11-27-2017, 01:43 PM
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she at least never walked the red carpet with a cleavage down to her belly or starred in a 2nd class soap....

I don´t know if Meghan is a nice person or not. I do not know her like nobody here does. She´s pretty and has a lovely smile. But is someone like her really the right person to be a royal duchess, daughter in law of a monarch, a represantative for Britain and the Commonwealth...?!
I think this union is once more water on the mills for those you claim the monarchy was just a soap opera!
I think poster Chloep put it most succintly wartenberg7.

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And who would be the soap startlet? Because Meghan is a Northwestern-educated, UN advocate & actress - know for being one of the main stars on a long-running, succesful US prime time TV show.

Congratulations to the happy couple..
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Old 11-27-2017, 01:44 PM
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For the most known family in the world an escalation would be a big image problem indeed and certainly not "worth it"...!

Camilla comes from a family that always socialised with the aristocracy and people of influence in England. Her first husband was a courtier (and still is) who is a firm friend to the Princess Royal for decades.
Camilla never was just any english lady next door - that´s a myth!
No matter what her role was during the Diana/ Charles marriage, she at least never walked the red carpet with a cleavage down to her belly or starred in a 2nd class soap....

I don´t know if Meghan is a nice person or not. I do not know her like nobody here does. She´s pretty and has a lovely smile. But is someone like her really the right person to be a royal duchess, daughter in law of a monarch, a represantative for Britain and the Commonwealth...?!
I think this union is once more water on the mills for those you claim the monarchy was just a soap opera!
This is an...interesting...viewpoint.
So you are saying an aristocrat can do whatever she wants, no matter how sleazy and still be suitable to marry into the BRF because she's from the "right people"?
But a well educated woman (dual college degrees from a prestigious university) who happened to act on a longterm primetime television program, and obviously inspired loyalty from her friends and colleagues (as we heard not a peep from any of them) is unsuitable automatically because she is not from the aristocracy?
Hmmm
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Old 11-27-2017, 01:44 PM
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Reminds me the words of Queen Frederika of Greece about Princess Grace of Monaco "how can i trust her ? she's an actress !!!".
Anyway Meghan seems genuine. But i'm in a "love is all around" mood tonight.
Queen Frederika was quite a character it seems; what was the context of this quote? Luckily for her, her children married royal partners.
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Old 11-27-2017, 01:46 PM
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Old 11-27-2017, 01:51 PM
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This is an...interesting...viewpoint.
So you are saying an aristocrat can do whatever she wants, no matter how sleazy and still be suitable to marry into the BRF because she's from the "right people"?
But a well educated woman (dual college degrees from a prestigious university) who happened to act on a longterm primetime television program, and obviously inspired loyalty from her friends and colleagues (as we heard not a peep from any of them) is unsuitable automatically because she is not from the aristocracy?
Hmmm
Basically that's how aristocracy works...
You have to be in the known. Strangers outside the circle are rarely welcome.
Nothing new here ...
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