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 on: Today at 12:54:07 AM 
Started by ClaireAlyssa - Last post by genegal43
I thought the crazy around the HazBeen nuptials was also over the top: Harry exhausted the Mummy card a long time ago and is fast entering scold territory IMO.

When you have a country that struggles to provide basic services to its citizens, spending 2 million on security for a wedding seems obscene.  But that's me.

Me, as well.   I reckon that if they want the carriage ride, Andrew and Sarah and/or Granny Elizabeth should pay for it.  The British taxpayer should not have to foot the bill for something so extravagant and, IMO, totally unnecessary.

Agree! I truly think Andrew and Sarah are behind this. They both are always self important. It doesn't really seem like Eugenie.

That's my gut feeling too that this is more Andrew and Sarah (especially Andrew, since he's been begging for his daughters to have a role in the royal family), then Eugenie.

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 on: Today at 12:43:31 AM 
Started by ClaireAlyssa - Last post by Hibou
I thought the crazy around the HazBeen nuptials was also over the top: Harry exhausted the Mummy card a long time ago and is fast entering scold territory IMO.

When you have a country that struggles to provide basic services to its citizens, spending 2 million on security for a wedding seems obscene.  But that's me.

Me, as well.   I reckon that if they want the carriage ride, Andrew and Sarah and/or Granny Elizabeth should pay for it.  The British taxpayer should not have to foot the bill for something so extravagant and, IMO, totally unnecessary.

Agree! I truly think Andrew and Sarah are behind this. They both are always self important. It doesn't really seem like Eugenie.

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 on: Today at 12:42:37 AM 
Started by wisdomheaven - Last post by Margaret

While I do understand the desire to start a family sooner rather than later, if Meghan does become pregnant prior to the tour and her ob/gyn advises her to avoid the Zika zones, she needs to follow his/her advice. It's not worth it IMHO and Harry could travel solo to those zones.

I agree, and I doubt that anyone would criticise her for failing to visit the two places that are known to have Zika if she was pregnant.  She could still go to Australia and NZ.

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 on: Today at 12:36:13 AM 
Started by ClaireAlyssa - Last post by Margaret
I thought the crazy around the HazBeen nuptials was also over the top: Harry exhausted the Mummy card a long time ago and is fast entering scold territory IMO.

When you have a country that struggles to provide basic services to its citizens, spending 2 million on security for a wedding seems obscene.  But that's me.

Me, as well.   I reckon that if they want the carriage ride, Andrew and Sarah and/or Granny Elizabeth should pay for it.  The British taxpayer should not have to foot the bill for something so extravagant and, IMO, totally unnecessary.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:56:02 PM 
Started by ClaireAlyssa - Last post by Kaiserin
2 Mio GBP is like 0,0002469136% of the total government spending envisaged for 2018.

For comparison, that is like a person earning 24,000 GBP net per year spending 0,06 GBP for something completely unnecessary and "nice-to-have".

I wonder for what people would donate these 0,06 GBP when they would have the choice to either sponsor Eug's security and carriage ride or donate it to the NHS or the police forces for anti-terror training of their staff or for infrastructure measures ... you name it.
Because that seems to be the choice the government has to make as well - albeit it is no "choice". Royals marry, and that's it - obviously the government doesn't (dare to) tell it's sovereign that they have not budgeted for 2 grandchildren marrying this year ...

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 on: Yesterday at 09:54:14 PM 
Started by Admin - Last post by anastasia beaverhausen
If you mean that you are interested in the Russian royals, try this thread:

https://royaldish.com/index.php?topic=10848.0


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 on: Yesterday at 09:47:37 PM 
Started by TLLK - Last post by anastasia beaverhausen
anastasia-Off topic but is that your sweet kitty in your avatar?

Aww thank you for asking. Yes, that’s my Natasha and she is a Russian Blue, or so she claims. Her brother is Boris.

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 on: Yesterday at 09:04:05 PM 
Started by ClaireAlyssa - Last post by freethespoon
I thought the crazy around the HazBeen nuptials was also over the top: Harry exhausted the Mummy card a long time ago and is fast entering scold territory IMO.

When you have a country that struggles to provide basic services to its citizens, spending 2 million on security for a wedding seems obscene.  But that's me.

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 on: Yesterday at 08:25:30 PM 
Started by ClaireAlyssa - Last post by Ellie
Even Peter and Autumn had a carriage ride.

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 on: Yesterday at 08:05:51 PM 
Started by ClaireAlyssa - Last post by lisadug
I think it would go a long way to appeasing people if they cancelled the carriage ride around Windsor.  She and Harry may both be the Queens grandchildren, but he holds a different place in the nations hearts because of his mom and his,own history, he’s always been held in great affection.  Eugenie isn’t particularly well liked and neither are her parents, no one has a clue about her fiancé, we could walk past him in the street and not notice him.  I doubt the wedding is being televised so the carriage ride seems very much “he had it so I want it too”, Zara didn’t do it, nor did Edward.  Eugenie would be far more respected if she toned it down a bit, the press are having a field day with it at the moment regarding the cost and the amount of celebrities attending.

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