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« Reply #5250 on: June 20, 2021, 04:25:43 PM »

I think Jill Biden is quite pretty.

Queen looks genuinely happy to be with them. Or she’s an amazing actress, talent honed over decades.
To be fair, I think she really is a poker player of incredible proportions. She does slight nuances, if she likes to have her "not amused" show, but she is a complete hand at hiding her feelings. I think pretty often, we even read into her face and actions the very sentiments we feel, like "she smiles more openly with X" and "she looks a bit more stiff with Y" but then the journos and courtiers choose the pic we see and they also might have a bias, slight or even unconsciously...

Elizabeth and Margaret used to act in Christmas pantomimes when they were in their teens, and I do think HM has retained and used those same acting skills all along, when needed.

I totally agree about the photos.

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« Reply #5251 on: June 20, 2021, 05:22:31 PM »


https://www.dailymail.co....Fathers-Day-tributes.html

Father's Day tributes from BP, CH, and KP. 



Aww, the photo with George VI.  One tends to forget that the Queen lost a parent at a rather young age, not to mention having to assume his job.   
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