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 on: Yesterday at 11:55:28 PM 
Started by Miss Waynfleet - Last post by genegal43
 Jumping  Yay, new photos of Estelle and Oscar!  AND in National costume!

Any day with a new photo of Estelle and Oscar is a good day.

 on: Yesterday at 11:39:22 PM 
Started by Maria - Last post by Aubiette

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge mark volunteers week and Will has been volunteering on Shout.
I hope my link works.

 on: Yesterday at 11:04:32 PM 
Started by GoodGollyMissMolly - Last post by Barrie
I was watching the protest in Toronto today , which is a hotspot for COVID in a Canada and all I could think is WTH, when did everyone decide that this pandemic just magically disappeared? The irony is that most of these protesters where probably the ones complaining about the anti lockdown protests a few weeks ago. I might add the media is the same way, complaining about the anti lockdown protests (which were dumb btw) and now joining in the protests going on the last few nights. I approach this strictly as a healthcare worker so I am afraid of new spikes in COVID cases.

Because this is way more important than people showing up with loaded firearms and protesting over a hair cut.

COVID doesn’t care how you expose yourself the results are the same.

 on: Yesterday at 10:59:49 PM 
Started by Sylver - Last post by Molly2101
Absolutely love that Sophie decided to take a photo and support Kate’s idea. Gotta love a royal supporting a fellow royal.

It seems Sophie is doing a spread for The Sunday Times as they tweeted about it and added a photo of her on the cover. No idea if there will be other photos or an interview. We shall have to wait and see.

Boy I hate it when they photoshop a photo.

 on: Yesterday at 10:08:17 PM 
Started by Maria - Last post by Pomme

This is one of the reasons I love Cams, she understands that booze is one of the 5 food groups.


 on: Yesterday at 09:46:11 PM 
Started by GoodGollyMissMolly - Last post by Nappyolean
I don’t think anybody is looking at Biden as “the big change” candidate. If anything, he is “the old comfortable loafer” candidate. The Americans, and, frankly, the whole world, have seen enough change out of DC. If the Dems were interested in change, anyone of the candidates would have been a change, especially Bernie Sanders. Also, my child busses 45 minutes to school (nothing to do with race) and it sucks. He is passed out by the time he gets home, the bus driver has to wake him up and then he is super crabby with me. So bussing outside of your community may have merits, but it isn’t all pie in the sky. Instead of spending money bussing kids all over, let’s put money into schools where resources are low and get them on par with better performing schools.

 on: Yesterday at 09:36:28 PM 
Started by Maria - Last post by Lady Liebe
Yeah, the Clarence House version probably is made with rum.

I was thinking of adding a bit of espresso extract to the water. I usually add coffee or cinnamon into most anything chocalate I make.

 on: Yesterday at 09:34:49 PM 
Started by Miss Waynfleet - Last post by thecrownjewelthief
Estelle is so tall! I still think of her as that tiny little girl in the purple coat out dancing on Victoria's name day. Oscar looks so sweet as well They are such a darling family.

 on: Yesterday at 09:25:52 PM 
Started by Maria - Last post by leatherface
More recipes!

This comes from Camilla, to mark the Big Lunch, done virtually, of course, this year.

It's said to be a great favorite of HM and William.

It's a good one to make with small children, because you do not have to bake it.

Here’s the full recipe for the chocolate biscuit cake, from Clarence House.


For the cake:

225g McVitie’s Rich Tea biscuits

115g softened unsalted butter

115g unrefined caster sugar

115g chopped dark chocolate (minimum 53% cocoa solids)

2 tablespoons warm water, or dark rum if you prefer

For the chocolate ganache:

125g dark chocolate, chopped

125g whipping cream


15cm metal cake ring


For the cake, prepare the metal cake ring by greasing with butter and lining the sides and the bottom with baking paper. Place the lined ring on to a flat tray and leave to one side until required. Break the biscuits into small pieces, around 1-2cm in size. Do not place into a processor – the biscuits should not become crumbs.

Place the softened butter and the sugar into a bowl and cream together until light and fluffy.Melt the chocolate either in the microwave or over a simmering saucepan of water. Once melted, pour the chocolate on to the butter and sugar and mix thoroughly.

Finally, add the water or rum and then the broken biscuit pieces. Stir well to make sure that all the biscuit pieces are coated with the chocolate mix.

Place the mixture into the lined cake ring and carefully but firmly push it down to create an even texture. Place the cake into the fridge to chill and the chocolate becomes firm. This could take up to 30 minutes.

To prepare the ganache for the cake covering, place the chopped chocolate into a bowl and pour the whipping cream into a saucepan. Bring the cream to a simmer and then pour over the chopped chocolate.

Carefully stir until the chocolate has completely melted and the ganache is smoothly blended.

Remove the chocolate biscuit cake from the fridge and the cake ring. Place on to a wire rack with a tray beneath to collect excess ganache.

Carefully coat the chocolate biscuit cake with the warm ganache, making sure that all of the cake is evenly coated. Allow to set fully before moving to your service plate and decorating as desired.

This is one of the reasons I love Cams, she understands that booze is one of the 5 food groups.

 on: Yesterday at 08:32:37 PM 
Started by Miss Waynfleet - Last post by Curtains
Prince Daniel wearing an ordinary suit?

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