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 on: Today at 01:25:13 PM 
Started by PeDe - Last post by Maluna
According to there are 4822 people with the name 'TOFT' in Denmark. I know a few myself but mostly it's their middle name. I guess it's still all the "sen"-names there's most common, like Pedersen, Nielsen, Jensen, S?rensen ...  Smiley

 on: Today at 01:23:44 PM 
Started by Thistle - Last post by ortensia
 :star:purple, i agree, marge keeps the power and fred and mary have to or less.

this state visit didn't have many highlights,fashionably speaking,but it didn't have major fashion blunders either so  Thumb up

mathilde's handwriting is quite juvenile, maybe a graphologist could read between the lines and find out something juicy?? who knows. in anycase, viva denmark,viva belgique.

 on: Today at 01:17:14 PM 
Started by Harley - Last post by MidnightDiamond
I think she is stunted in college years or something. Her style makes no sense, she dresses matronly and accessorizes little girly.

 on: Today at 01:05:53 PM 
Started by Harley - Last post by RoyalMusings
What's Kate's fascination with Kiki jewelry? It's so basic. And yes, I know she is too, but she has a black AMEX. She could buy some gorgeous pieces.

 on: Today at 01:01:11 PM 
Started by Thistle - Last post by Purple
When I said earlier in the thread that Margarethe was clinging on and on-what I meant was that she was refusing to consider abdicating-despite the "retirement " of Henrik and her own seemingly increasing fraility.What I would wish for her is the sort of honourable retirement that Beatrix seems to be enjoying.

I know there is no precedent for this in Denmark, but there was no precedent for Margarethe to become Queen in the first place under male primogeniture--yet the change was made.This change could be made too.

What this visit brought forth for me and confirmed my suspicions is that Margarethe will stay Queen until she passes away but she has handed over her duties to Mary and Fred.  She is probably doing a QE2 here, Margarethe is being selective and doing the things she can do without putting strain on her physical self.  In this case, she met and greeted the Belgian couple at the door, had dinner with them, took photos, but it was quite a sedentary performance for her.  It was Fred and Mary who went around and accompanied Mathilde and Philippe here and there.  They were being treated and were given an equal role to Philippe and Mathilde. 

Fred and Mary are basically the designated royal couple.  They are not going to divorce and they are going to be king and queen.

However, they performed well, but both lack gravitas.  Is this the best they can do?  I get a sense of an isolated Denmark where the royal family is concerned

 on: Today at 12:50:54 PM 
Started by PeDe - Last post by MidnightDiamond
Is the school closer to any other "home" than KP?

 on: Today at 12:41:37 PM 
Started by Maria - Last post by Maria
I feel I am on repeat here. Topic is news on Harry. NOT William and Kate.

 on: Today at 11:59:48 AM 
Started by Maria - Last post by fairy
Thanks Curtsey

It's annoying when these articles come up. Seems to happen on an annual basis  Crazy

Prince William and Kate Middleton are the definition of #RelationshipGoals: Not only do the royal duo have immense respect for one another, but they also seem to be immensely happy and endlessly in love more or less all of the time.

given how obvious it is that Prince William and Kate are the best of friends, as well as soulmates, why is it that they never seem to hold hands or show other forms of physical affection in public?

"The likely reasoning is more that while traveling on a tour such as the India trip, technically the couple are working representatives of British Monarchy," she said. "The couple are likely to show very little PDA, if any, to remain professional during their designated roles abroad." - Myka Meier, a royal etiquette expert

I am so happy I read this article and now realize that my husband is actually far from divorce but indeed the most loving husband I could ever ask for.
My husband never takes my hand anymore, frowns at me, rolls his eyes at me and ignores what I am saying. He goes on vacation with friends (male and female) while I am home with the kids and get angry phone calls from his parents for not showing up at an important event, he criticizes my outfits and my hair in public, and complains about how badly behaved the children are.
I thought those were bad signs, but no!!! Angel
 Those are the GOOD signs.  Banana ::banana::He really is totally into me...
Why the other day, he pointed out a trash can shortly before I crashed into it. He is my hero, he is my prince...Our love will last forevvaaaaaa.... Banana

 on: Today at 11:55:28 AM 
Started by PeDe - Last post by Hibou
It's about 30 minutes each way, but considering how crazy London traffic is I can see it easily taking 45minutes to an hour even if it's only 4.5 miles away from KP. It will really screw with everyone, I think, and is so inconvenient.

I have known many parents who have chosen a school not close to home and the kids simply adapt to the car ride. In the case of the royals, considering protection will have to follow, I'm sure all the lights will magically turn green as they approach every intersection so it will probably be only 30 minutes. I bet there's a back route too!

 on: Today at 11:50:11 AM 
Started by Maria - Last post by Hibou
I think that to become a licensed counsellor a person needs a post-graduate degree, plus many hours of supervised counseling, as well as to sit an exam. If he's not going to pursue it as a career field, there's no purpose in him becoming licensed as compared to taking on increasing royal engagements.

Yes you do need a graduate degree at the very least a master's degee, but there are varying levels of counseling and in the case of the Vets, you need more than one advanced degree. My sister has a Masters in Neuro-psychology   and a PhD in Clinical psych. She also has 30 years experience and works for one of the VA hospitals here in the US. It's tough work and sometimes heartbreaking. Harry taking a basic intro course is useful as he is becoming their voice for help. William and Kate need to branch off and do their own mental health focus. Putting the three together is stupid IMO. Harry has shown his support by taking this course. William and Kate are not good advocates for this issue IMO.

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