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« Reply #915 on: March 20, 2017, 07:17:37 AM »

she should be Queen consort - but there is an element of sexism going on - the male consort is never called "king" - Phillip of course being "Prince" or Duke of Edinborough.  So either allow the male consort to be called "King" or make the female consort "Princess"
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« Reply #916 on: March 20, 2017, 07:22:54 AM »

I always wanted it to be King Consort and Queen Consort. Due to if it became Prince/Princess Consort it would seem like the reason is because King is still higher than Queen and they refused King Consort and just lowered the wife of a King instead of raising the husband of a Queen.
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« Reply #917 on: March 20, 2017, 10:28:22 AM »

I always wanted it to be King Consort and Queen Consort. Due to if it became Prince/Princess Consort it would seem like the reason is because King is still higher than Queen and they refused King Consort and just lowered the wife of a King instead of raising the husband of a Queen.

It's going to be a problem as long as there are gender-specific titles for the male and female monarch.  This is all a legacy of the common law position that a married woman had no separate legal identity, and was merely a part of her husband, and a hangover from a time when women were regarded as inferior to men and could not vote and were deemed to require the protection and "ownership" of the - male - head of the family. 
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« Reply #918 on: March 20, 2017, 01:40:33 PM »

she should be Queen consort - but there is an element of sexism going on - the male consort is never called "king" - Phillip of course being "Prince" or Duke of Edinborough.  So either allow the male consort to be called "King" or make the female consort "Princess"

Except Philip is a Prince in his own right, not due to his marriage.
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« Reply #919 on: March 20, 2017, 05:48:31 PM »

she should be Queen consort - but there is an element of sexism going on - the male consort is never called "king" - Phillip of course being "Prince" or Duke of Edinborough.  So either allow the male consort to be called "King" or make the female consort "Princess"

Except Philip is a Prince in his own right, not due to his marriage.

Actually, he had to be recreated a prince of the UK after he gave up his Greek title and succession rights prior to his marriage, thanks to the Beaverbrook-led xenophobia.
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« Reply #920 on: March 20, 2017, 11:27:22 PM »

I guess it's easy to stick to the tabloid-version of monarchies when you don't live in one which would explain why C&C don't appeal to many - unless you actually follow the BRF for a bit and see that unlike W&K they actually work quite a bit. I think that's why many have come to accept Camillia at least.

When mainstream channels in the US, for instance CBS is planning a Prime Time special anchored by Oprah buddy Gayle for two hours to commemorate Princess Di's life and legacy it does become more than the tabloid version of the BRF IMO. Princess Di is like Marilyn Monroe or JFK. She will always be idealized vs reality because of dying young and tragic even if she was flawed. But she was the innocent victim in this sad triangle. She was the young bride who was made a virgin sacrifice to appease the POW and the BRF who wanted heirs, a POW who was spineless not to stand up for the love of his life and made her his mistress. While the mistress enabled it and chose another innocent victim in her husband. This might have worked in the court of yore but not in the modern age where monarchy is no longer revered or even thought of as necessary.

Prince Charles may do all the work he can assisted by the Duchess and they do good work but they are also these people who because of their choices to be together brought 2 innocent people and 4 children into it and their lives were impacted to various degrees because of it. It's not the tabloid version of the monarchy, it is reality. You cannot work it away especially if you are to be the head of the church of England.  Princess Diana will always be the shadow that hangs on the BRF and consequently protects her sons especially the elder from his antics. What will break this is if William was shown to be actively cheating on Kate. No mere dancing or holding a waist. But an actual proven affair. But Kate is no Princess Diana, she will not call the media and so the BRF is safe while Prince Charles will always be the man who cheated on his beautiful wife in the eyes of the public in not just Britain but in many parts of the world. It is what it is. Charles and Camilla did get married eventually so I hope they are finally happy for the price many people paid for that happiness is quite a bit. 
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« Reply #921 on: March 20, 2017, 11:59:05 PM »

And Diana ruined marriages by cheating on Charles with married men, herself.

This has been hashed and rehashed over and over. People will always hate the man because of Diana's Panorama interview and the War of the Waleses, and the US's obsession with Diana which does not abate and I do not understand why. Undoubtedly, it will be Diana the Saint vs Charles the Devil, the innocent virgin lady versus the evil mean ol' Prince who wanted to ruin her life, how HM and Philip hated her, blah-blah-blah... It is sad that is more her legacy than her actual charity work with HIV/AIDS and the Halo Trust, both which were amazing things she did in the world.

It has been 20 years. It doesn't affect anybody but the motherless William and Harry, like so many in this world who lose their parents young. The American media will never stop harping on this dead horse that's been flogged straight for so long it's decomposed and has maggots.
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« Reply #922 on: March 21, 2017, 12:18:12 AM »

Aaand the thread turned O/T. We will NOT host any debate about the War of the Wales'. Back to topic!
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« Reply #923 on: March 21, 2017, 01:01:19 AM »

Sorry Maria!!!

Looks like this week Charles will be visiting Lancashire and Yorkshire. Wonder if it will get any press? I wonder how much of a hassle it is for these areas to put on these royal visits, and is it worth it? Some stuff seems neat, encouraging education and taking care of your personal environs.
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« Reply #924 on: March 21, 2017, 06:11:22 PM »

Sorry Maria!!!

Looks like this week Charles will be visiting Lancashire and Yorkshire. Wonder if it will get any press? I wonder how much of a hassle it is for these areas to put on these royal visits, and is it worth it? Some stuff seems neat, encouraging education and taking care of your personal environs.

http://www.dailymail.co.u...-festival-Lancashire.html
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« Reply #925 on: April 01, 2017, 05:13:20 PM »

Now this is a crowd!! Thought id post up some pics of their trip









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« Reply #926 on: April 01, 2017, 06:55:57 PM »

Camilla visited Napoli( picture with the rectangular pizza with the welcome to Napoli written  with mozzarella), ercolano ( archeological site  near Pompeii) then she went to visit the neapolitan tie's museum by mr marinella ( pictures with the yellow Vespa) a very famous tie maker.

Charles in the mean time was visiting Vicenza,in the north east,and visited an English cemetery over there.

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« Reply #927 on: April 01, 2017, 07:11:33 PM »

I get the feeling Charles really likes Italy can't say I blame him. It's nice to see the locals really roll out the red carpet so to speak in warm gesture not in actuality. The pizza looks delicious and I like that Camilla enjoys eating can't say that for many of these younger princesses.
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« Reply #928 on: April 01, 2017, 08:26:58 PM »

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall enjoy a tipple at an event for the Tuscan wine industry



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« Reply #929 on: April 02, 2017, 12:13:24 AM »

How refreshing, to see two people who seem genuinely interested in their surroundings and the people around them.  Well, refreshing in British royals, at any rate.
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