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 on: Today at 10:27:28 PM 
Started by Tizianna - Last post by casie
Schools opened this Monday in Denmark so Christian & Co are very likely back in school, as I imagine Felix is too.

Does anyone know when schools open in France? I guess itís a lot more peaceful in Cayx than in Paris. Probably safer too concerning Covid-19 but at some point they will need to go back to Paris..

AFAIK, school year in France starts on August 31st. So, still a couple of weeks before the kids need to return to school. They can enjoy the peace of Cayx a bit more Smiley

This is the quote from DRF official Facebook page:



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H.K.H. The Crown Prince came home yesterday from France, where he visited his brother H.K.H. Prince Joachim in recent days,
H.K.H. Princess Marie and the couple's two children at Ch‚teau de Cayx.

Prince Joachim is still in fast recovery, but still needs peace around him.

Photo: The Royal House ©️
Fred was with his brother and the Shacks for a few days, before returning to Denmark yesterday. Probably visited after doctors gave permission for Joachim to start having external visits, outside his wife and kids.

As someone said, Frodo can be a complete waste of space, but glad he was there for his brother, Marie and the small kids. And was not a "quick PR visit". Being there for a few days shows at least some effort.

And they both look good in the picture.
 
No doubt he would be. Those filial bonds run deep. Life threatening events have a habit of shutting out the noise and focusing on the heart of matters.  They do look good.

It is a nice photo of them.  Personally, I can see from the look in Frederik's eyes that he knows how close he came to losing his brother.  Honestly, life is so precious and so short, I'm glad he took a few days to go and spend time with his brother.

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 on: Today at 10:13:23 PM 
Started by karma chamelion - Last post by Principessa
I only saw the 1st pictures....the smoke colomns Already  horrible

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 on: Today at 09:42:08 PM 
Started by danifaul - Last post by elib
I understand that other royal families do royal engagement but I am not sure what the Greece family does for a proper living.

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 on: Today at 09:15:56 PM 
Started by danifaul - Last post by karma chamelion
Boring, vapid, over-privileged and over-exposed people always leave me cold.

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 on: Today at 09:09:27 PM 
Started by Maria - Last post by ralf103


May sum up August a little better

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 on: Today at 09:04:39 PM 
Started by rogue - Last post by ralf103
I think HM possibly has relied on Philip more than we know, especially of late. I thought it notable that Philip was at Sandringham just before the big "summit" and although they have lived apart a lot of late I think they talk more than we think.
Not having him there "officially" and having Charles, Anne and co step in is not the same as not having him at all, even if it is at the end of a phone.

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 on: Today at 09:02:59 PM 
Started by Princess Jasmine - Last post by lynaH
I think religion still is a barrier for these royal families. I don't think that Prince George and Gabriella are going to get together or be encouraged to get together. Also now that Grace is long gone does Monaco even have any appeal to the British? There are cultural differences too.
Monaco is far too trashy(sorry, I tried to think of a nicer word, but couldn't) for the Brits. The religious barriers probably won't matter anymore, but acting like a celebrity will. Especially now, I think the slightest whiff of anything Hollywood would be fled from.

I would really love if one of the European princes married a Maharaja's daughter, or one of the African princesses. Maybe an Arab princess, but I think that might be controversial, since the Arab kings and Sultans are basically dictators.

Does anyone know any of the appropriate age to marry Christian or George?

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 on: Today at 09:01:33 PM 
Started by Maria - Last post by onar
Saw this version of a meme that's been going around about 2020:


That's fantastic and spot on!

 Star

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 on: Today at 08:52:43 PM 
Started by PeDe - Last post by anastasia beaverhausen
I have to say that Albert seems to have absolutely done a stand up job of including and acknowledging his children from prior relationships so I am inclined not to believe this but who knows. I have a feeling that he is one of those men who refuses to wear a condom. Don't get me started. These boys who don't want kids need to get clipped because it is reversible. All the burden on the woman yes the same old story.



Didn't Jazmin's and Alexandre's moms need to hold his feet to the fire, as the saying is, to get him to admit paternity? (And/or take the test.  And/or cough up support.)

And hey I get that the woman is often the burdened party afterward. But after all, Albert is not what I would call so overwhelmingly gorgeous, charming, breathtaking, where a woman would be so overwhelmed with lust she couldnít say: "no way without a condom".  In fact in these times of AIDs I just lose my shit with women who are in consensual casual sexual relationships who DON'T insist on (or don't refuse men who won't wear) condoms.  They are not fool-proof... but at least it's a try for protection for BOTH parties. 

Money has always been the binding aprodiasic

G Smiley

So true!  Star

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 on: Today at 08:51:49 PM 
Started by danifaul - Last post by anastasia beaverhausen
They all leave me pretty cold.

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