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« Reply #75 on: November 23, 2021, 04:44:02 PM »

It also must be tough seeing your wife's grandmother outlive your own father by at least twenty years. Sad At least it would be hard for me.

I agree - I would struggle with that as well.

I am so sorry to all dishers who have lost family members and close friends. I am fortunate to not have experienced that yet and so I feel for each and every one of you.  Hug

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« Reply #76 on: November 24, 2021, 06:37:40 PM »

Mike Tindall on Sunday's joint Christening - from The Good, The Bad and The Rugby podcast:

Mike Tindall has said it was 'lovely' to see his son Lucas christened alongside Princess Eugenie's son August Brooksbank over the weekend.

Mike said: 'We had the christening on Sunday, it was lovely. It was a lovely day.

Asked by co-presenter Alex Payne if eight-month-old Lucas had enjoyed the 'dunking', Mike said: 'He did actually. I took him swimming in the morning, I think I readied him for it, he was quite looking forward to it but then the water was coming out...'

The article goes on with some details about George Brooksbank's passing:

The service came just three days after Jack Brooksbank's father, George, died.

It only emerged after the christening that August's paternal grandfather, George Brooksbank, had died just days before.

The Brooksbank family paid tribute to the old Etonian, 72, in a notice placed in Tuesday's Daily Telegraph, saying he 'loved all the good things in life', most of all his family.

The touching note read: 'Brooksbank, George. Died on 18th November. Loved all the good things in life but especially his wife, friends, boys, daughters-in-law and grandchildren. Private family cremation, memorial details to be announced.'

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