British Royal Christmas 2004-2007


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I think Beatrice is vert confident in her royal role , Eugenie's very shy and i don't think she likes that kind of attention.


I think the girls are ok with the situation now (Sarah staying in another house on the estate) ,i think it must have been hard when they were little
 
Originally posted by wymanda@Dec 3rd, 2003 - 11:03 pm
I don't think the Royal family are in a position that is any different from other families where there has been a divorce.
This is not the position of the typical divorced family. In this case the mother of these 2 girls has been banned from "the big house", from the established authority, from the protocol and ceremonies of superiority. It's disgraceful.

Perhaps Prince Philip styles himself after the old curmudgeon in "Little Lord Fauntleroy", but at least the old man evolved into a human being in this movie. :unsure:
 
Well...it'd be funny if Sarah threw herself into the crowd at Sandringham and when Eugenie and Beatrice come walking by she waved and yelled at them like a maniac. Haha...it's sad that Sarah has been banned from "royalness". Oh well...

"Little Lord Fauntleroy" or whatever that book was called- good book...that little kid was SUCH a goody-goody...it annoyed me. No one really reads that book anymore because no one can relate to Cedric any more...
 
zhontella: Typical divorced families live in two completely different houses, and one parent rarely sees the children on Christmas...I think the Queen is trying to make the best of a situation...
 
The Queen does try to include Sarah and make the situation work, and I think She is doing pretty good since She has the entire world watching every move Her and Her family makes. The important thing is that the princesses see their mother at Christmas unlike some divorced parents.
 
Originally posted by A.C.C.@Dec 5th, 2003 - 8:52 pm
The Queen does try to include Sarah and make the situation work, and I think She is doing pretty good since She has the entire world watching every move Her and Her family makes. The important thing is that the princesses see their mother at Christmas unlike some divorced parents.
like as Diana

because order of Prince Philip dont want her and Sarah come down to Sandringham for church services because he knew both was divorces! Diana was stay at home and Sarah visit at dad!

i dont blame at Prince Philip he respect!

Sara Boyce
 
Members of the British Royal Family including Prince Edward, Princess Anne, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Peter Philips, Prince Harry, and Prince Andrew walking to church on Christmas Day. Dec. 25, 2002.
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Queen Elizabeth II talking to Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh after church on their Sandringham Estate. Dec. 25, 2002.
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Getty Images - SANDRINGHAM, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 25: HRH Princess Anne leaves along with other members of the Royal family after attending a Christmas Day service St. Mary Magdelene Church on December 25, 2003 in Norfolk, England.
 

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Getty Images - SANDRINGHAM, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 25: HRH Prince Charles (L) and Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh of the Royal family a Christmas Day service at Sandringham Church on December 25, 2003 in Norfolk, England.
 

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Getty Images - SANDRINGHAM, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 25: Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II departs along with other members of the Royal family a Christmas Day service at Sandringham Church on December 25, 2003 in Norfolk, England.
 

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Getty Images - SANDRINGHAM, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 25: Peter (L) and Zara Phillips leave along with other members of the Royal family after attending a Christmas Day service St. Mary Magdelene Church on December 25, 2003 in Norfolk, England.
 

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Getty Images - SANDRINGHAM, UNITED KINGDOM: Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves with flowers from wellwishers at St Mary Magdalene Church on the royal estate at Sandringham, 25 December 2003, following the Christmas Day service attended by members of the Royal Family. The Queen made her first public appearance today since undergoing surgery on her knee and face. She arrived for the service in a car with the Countess of Wessex.
 

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Getty Images - SANDRINGHAM, UNITED KINGDOM: Britain's Earl ® and Countess (L) of Wessex leave St Mary Magdalene church after the traditional christmas service on the Sandringham estate in Norfolk, 25 December 2003. Britain's Queen Elizabeth made her first public appearance since undergoing knee surgery on Christmas Day, arriving at the traditional family church service by car.
 

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Getty Images - SANDRINGHAM, UNITED KINGDOM: Prince Harry leaves St Mary Magdalene Church on the royal estate at Sandringham, 25 December 2003, following the Christmas Day service attended by members of the Royal Family. The Queen made her first public appearance today since undergoing surgery on her knee and face. She arrived for the service in a car with the Countess of Wessex.
 

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Getty Images - SANDRINGHAM, UNITED KINGDOM: Britain's Prince William leaves St Mary Magdalene church after attending Christmas Day service on the Sandringham estate, Norfolk, 25 December 2003.
 

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Getty Images - SANDRINGHAM, UNITED KINGDOM: Zara Phillips leaves St Mary Magdalene Church on the royal estate at Sandringham, 25 December 2003, following the Christmas Day service attended by members of the Royal Family. The Queen made her first public appearance today since undergoing surgery on her knee and face. She arrived for the service in a car with the Countess of Wessex.
 

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Great pictures jun5!

Sophie looked great in her outfit, and it was nice to see her out and about again. She's probably been savouring every moment with Louise away from prying and inquiring eyes!
 
Getty Images - SANDRINGHAM, UNITED KINGDOM: The Princess Royal and Prince William at St Mary Magdalene Church on the royal estate at Sandringham, 25 December 2003, where the Christmas Day service was attended by members of the Royal Family. The Queen made her first public appearance today since undergoing surgery on her knee and face. She arrived for the service in a car with the Countess of Wessex.
 

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Getty Images - SANDRINGHAM, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 25: (NO UK SALES FOR 28 DAYS. EMBARGOED UNTIL 001 JANUARY 22, 2004) HRH Prince Charles leaves along with other members of the Royal family after attending a Christmas Day service St. Mary Magdelene Church on December 25, 2003 in Norfolk, England. (
 

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Getty Images - SANDRINGHAM, UNITED KINGDOM: Princess Beatrice (right) and Princess Eugenie, daughters of The Duke of York leave St Mary Magdalene Church on the royal estate at Sandringham, 25 December 2003, following the Christmas Day service attended by members of the Royal Family. The Queen made her first public appearance today since undergoing surgery on her knee and face. She arrived for the service in a car with the Countess of Wessex.
 

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Whoa! What is with Beatrice's boots?! She was doing so well in the clothing department as I was scrolling down: nice hat, nice hair, nice smile, gorgeous jacket, especially the colour, but the boots?!
 
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Royals attend Christmas service

The Queen has made her first public appearance since she underwent knee surgery, attending a Christmas Day church service at Sandringham.
She missed her traditional stroll to church, arriving instead by car with a bandage visible on her left knee.

The Queen was joined by other members of the Royal family, including Princess Anne, whose dog killed one of her favourite corgis on Monday.

Also present were the Earl and Countess of Wessex, who recently had a baby.

Norfolk estate

The Queen, who also had lesions removed from her face while in hospital two weeks ago, arrived at St Mary Magdalene Church with Sophie Wessex.

The Countess's first child, Lady Louise, was delivered by emergency Caesarean section on 10 November.

Other members of the Royal Family walked to church across their Norfolk estate from nearby Sandringham House, where they are spending Christmas.

The Duke of Edinburgh, the Prince of Wales and Princes William and Harry were all at the service.

They were joined by the Duke of York, his daughters Princess Beatrice, 15, and Princess Eugenie, 13.

The Princess Royal was with her children Peter Phillips, 26, Zara Phillips, 22, and her husband Timothy Laurence.

Oldest and dearest

About 500 members of the public were outside the church to watch the Royal Family arrive.

Many were keen to see the Queen and the Princess Royal after Anne's English bull terrier Dotty savaged Pharos, one the of Queen's oldest and dearest pets.

Sally Bowser, 50, from Boston, Lincolnshire, said: "It kind of takes the shine off Christmas for the Queen.

"I felt really sad for her because our cat died this year and it is like family really."

Teamwork

The Queen's traditional Christmas Day speech to the nation and Commonwealth will be broadcast at 1500 GMT.

It was recorded at an Army barracks in Windsor, the first time it has been shot entirely on location.

In clips released by Buckingham Palace, the Queen is seen talking to servicemen and women who have served in Iraq, Afghanistan and the Balkans.

In another first, a recording of the speech - which has the theme of teamwork - will be available over the telephone.

Troops serving around the world will be able to dial up on their mobile phones to listen to the address, in which the Queen pays tribute to the dedication of the armed forces.

Buckingham Palace says the Queen's purpose is to recognise the professionalism of the armed services in a year when so much has been asked of them and their families.

Internet speech

As is traditional, the speech will be screened on BBC One and ITV1 and aired on radio.

BBC News Online will broadcast the speech for internet users and also carry a text version.

The telephone line, on 0871 271 3100, will be open until 1500 GMT on Tuesday, 6 January.

The programme, produced for the BBC by Nick Vaughan-Barratt, will also be broadcast throughout the Commonwealth.
 
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I was going through the photos and I thought "Well, I like Zara's boots and Sophie's hat. Let's see what Beatrice and Eugenie are wearing."...

" Whoa! What is with Beatrice's boots?!"

I have to agree.
 
close up of Beatrice's boots

sorry but.......;;;;;; :yuk:
 

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Beatrice and Eugenie


yahoo
 

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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II smiles as she see the arrival of her husband Prince Philip, silhouetted in the foreground, at the church of St. Mary Magdalene Sandringham, England, Thursday, Dec. 25, 2003, prior to a Christmas service. Queen Elizabeth II carries a walking stick following an operation on her left knee. (AP Photo/Sang Tan/WPA Pool)
 

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