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 on: Today at 01:20:42 AM 
Started by Rearden - Last post by Ellie
I think he is in denial because he believes he probably did no wrong. I don't think, even if he obviously was aware of Epstein's proclivities, he connects it to himself. Too stupid, and too arrogant. And to him, these girls were of age in his mind and wanted it too so to him probably it was consensual instead of investigating his own conduct and why were there 17 year old girls around who supposedly wanted to have sex with him...

Not exonerating him by any means but I wonder if that is how he sees the situation. And how he tells his family about it. They're all attacking me and I did nothing wrong!!

 12 
 on: Today at 01:19:42 AM 
Started by Maria - Last post by Ellie
I think they take a private plane to Mustique from wherever they land in the Caribbean. They have taken private planes to the Seychelles, and so on, however.

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 on: Today at 01:19:13 AM 
Started by Maria - Last post by Ellie
We also focus so much on women's issues, which is understandable, but at a neglect of the men in our lives telling them they should be listened to, loved, and feel worthy. That we forget men also suffer depression, anxiety, abuse, and we must work at that too if we want an equal society where we respect and look after everyone in our lives not just certain people.

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 on: Today at 01:18:45 AM 
Started by Rearden - Last post by anastasia beaverhausen
You know, all he had to do was shut his mouth. "No comment" works wonders, as well as staying in a low profile, including avoiding that most unfortunate pap shot with his mother.

Not that it would exonerate him - God no! - but people are calling him out, and rightfully so.

Idiot.

Indeed. I think heís still in denial about any of this really hurting him.

 15 
 on: Today at 01:11:02 AM 
Started by Rearden - Last post by Lady Alice
You know, all he had to do was shut his mouth. "No comment" works wonders, as well as staying in a low profile, including avoiding that most unfortunate pap shot with his mother.

Not that it would exonerate him - God no! - but people are calling him out, and rightfully so.

Idiot.

 16 
 on: Today at 12:45:51 AM 
Started by Maria - Last post by Oh_Caroline
So yet again despite all the no start do it ours selves PR a royal couple has a nanny (duh) and probably a chef.  Iím guessing they have a housekeeper and possibly a gardener as well.  But you know they do everything themselves. 

For once canít a royal couple just own their damn truth.

 17 
 on: Today at 12:43:12 AM 
Started by babalux - Last post by SvenskaSarah
On a positive note, I do like how confident MT has seemed since her weight loss/wardrobe transformation. She seems more endearing to the public.

 18 
 on: Today at 12:41:42 AM 
Started by Maria - Last post by SvenskaSarah
https://www.dailymail.co....en-bed-mansion-Ibiza.html

The Duchess of Sussex celebrated her 38th birthday in a luxurious £108,000-a-week villa in Ibiza featuring a 50-metre infinity pool, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

Meghan, Prince Harry and their baby son Archie enjoyed a six-day stay at the Sa Calma villa on the exclusive Vista Alegre estate. It lies close to the picturesque village of Es Cubells on the south-western coast of the island.

In addition to the sea-facing pool, the seven-bedroom property boasts a gym, jacuzzi, an office and sprawling garden terraces.

Visitors are provided with a house manager, waitress, live-in caretakers, housekeepers, a Range Rover with driver and night security guard. Yacht charters, beauticians, bartenders, nannies, masseurs, personal trainers and yoga instructors are available on request.

Despite the army of local staff, the couple are understood, according to a source at the complex, to have brought their own chef when they flew in by private jet on August 6.


How very "of the people" from them ... or not! Honestly so much of their PR nightmares comes from the fact they don't seem to understand while we all know royals have an amazing lifestyle every now and then they need to show some humility and modesty. All we seem to see from them is luxury after luxury. I mean a week at Balmoral wouldn't kill them would it? Yes its a staycation but jeez its in a massive castle with all the Queen's staff in attendance, its not like they have to go out in a camper van.

One of the reason most the other royals are popular, amongst others, is that every now and then it appears they aren't all that different from us and show some frugality - the Queen catching a normal train, W&K on scheduled flights, Anne recycling clothes from decades ago. This of course is not a true representation of the royals lives but it helps overlook the staff at beck and call, private helicopters etc.

I know I'm a mere peasant but what the bloody hell do they need srven bedrooms for??
Though I am slightly thankful (and surprised) that their Instagram hasn't gone all virtue signalling in response to the Amazon fires. That would be too hypocritical.

 19 
 on: Today at 12:39:53 AM 
Started by Maria - Last post by SvenskaSarah
I have high hopes for this.
Suicide is the biggest killer of men under 50 in the UK. Yet the proportion of males who seek help for their mental health struggles is incredibly lower. Maybe this is due to the popular idea that seeking help or admitting you need help is a sign of weakness or "unmanly", an idea perpetuated by centuries of society enforcing such ideas on masculinity.
Football is the most popular sport supported by males in the UK, and with that there's a supposed ideal of what a man is; one of a tough guy who can take knocks, he won't cry etc (unless it's relegation day in which male football fans are quite happy to openly weep).
So I think targeting this vulnerable and under-represented area could really do a lot of good, even save lives.
The statistics from the text service Speak Up founded by the Heads Together (I think that's right?) foundation has already had a high degree of use in the UK, showing its success and the ability of the Cambridges to be involved in a successful initiative.
Wills and Kate are taking on a very big but important mission in raising awareness about mental health and trying to break the stigma. It won't be an overnight success, but little steps in the right direction will do wonders, and genuinely will save lives.

 20 
 on: Today at 12:39:12 AM 
Started by Maria - Last post by Oh_Caroline
It's amazing how quick people forget that they flew private to Mustique a few weeks ago. Tides seem. To turn very quick in the Royal media world.

Iím 95% sure they fly commercial to Mustique...well to the region and they itís a Mustique Air hopper flight to the island itís self.   

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