Might we see some empirical evidence? It strikes me that the sound varied from agency to agency and, as one of our members said earlier, they booed at a bus blocking their view.
For my part, I believe that some people have manners and some don't. Also, it is unrealistic to expect everyone to like every member of the BRF as they are all different and behave differently and we each see them through the lens of our own preferences and prejudices. But the continued demand to excommunicate them from the BRF entirely is neither fair nor rational.
The British Royal Family is just that, first and foremost, a family and we can all appreciate that family dynamics are at times incomprehensible. But blood is thicker than water and, in my personal experience, while I can fume at my sisters, let anyone else put their oar in, it'll be snapped off pretty damned smartly.You could be right but this is also the first time they have left their children in the care of strangers and I am guessing both parents were a little anxious as parents often are.
Strangers? I would very much think they brought their nanny. And both have been away over night before.
Newspapers are also saying they didn’t attend the family lunch after the trooping.
I mean whatever, it doesn’t matter. I hope coming here will not have been a negative experience for them personally.