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« Reply #240 on: August 20, 2020, 11:03:58 PM »

(Hope I'm not to late to say this but oh well)

Happy birthday, Prince Gabriel! 
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« Reply #241 on: August 20, 2020, 11:30:42 PM »

(Hope I'm not to late to say this but oh well)

Happy birthday, Prince Gabriel! 

I'm still trying to sort out a 5 euro record token, so no worries
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« Reply #242 on: August 21, 2020, 12:34:17 AM »

Happy Birthday Gabriel! 

Is that a pierced earlobe on the left? 
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« Reply #243 on: August 21, 2020, 12:50:48 AM »

Happy Birthday Gabriel! 

Is that a pierced earlobe on the left? 

It does look like! But it's just a freckle: http://www.noblesseetroya...4061982576876766814_o.jpg
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« Reply #244 on: August 21, 2020, 01:26:03 AM »

Happy Birthday Gabriel! 

Is that a pierced earlobe on the left? 

It does look like! But it's just a freckle: http://www.noblesseetroya...4061982576876766814_o.jpg

Thatís too bad. A little rebellion at 17 is not a bad thing.
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« Reply #245 on: August 21, 2020, 01:32:06 AM »



Happy 17th birthday, Gabriel!
Handsome boy 
Wishing him very happy Birthday
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« Reply #246 on: August 26, 2020, 09:19:51 PM »

https://www.telegraaf.nl/...middelbare-school-brussel

Apparently Eleonore has been refused by the secondary education school in Brussels where several Belgian royals enjoyed their education.
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« Reply #247 on: August 26, 2020, 10:14:24 PM »

Havenít they always lived at Laeken?  Seems odd that the school says she canít continue because she lives too far away.  Have the rules just changed?
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« Reply #248 on: August 26, 2020, 10:58:54 PM »

Havenít they always lived at Laeken?  Seems odd that the school says she canít continue because she lives too far away.  Have the rules just changed?

There are two rules, living nearby and/or havng siblings who already go to the school. Now that Gabriel is going to another school, she can't attend as she doesn't meet either criteria. The same thing happened to Princess Astrid's youngest, who couldn't attend as her siblings had alreadyleft school by the time her parents wanted her there.

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« Reply #249 on: August 26, 2020, 11:08:01 PM »

Havenít they always lived at Laeken?  Seems odd that the school says she canít continue because she lives too far away.  Have the rules just changed?

There are two rules, living nearby and/or havng siblings who already go to the school. Now that Gabriel is going to another school, she can't attend as she doesn't meet either criteria. The same thing happened to Princess Astrid's youngest, who couldn't attend as her siblings had alreadyleft school by the time her parents wanted her there.



The first rule I can understand in some way, the second one makes no sense to me. Children should be free to choose the school they want, regardless of any siblings being there or not.

Hope that Eleonore finds another good one for her.
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« Reply #250 on: August 26, 2020, 11:55:28 PM »

Havenít they always lived at Laeken?  Seems odd that the school says she canít continue because she lives too far away.  Have the rules just changed?

There are two rules, living nearby and/or havng siblings who already go to the school. Now that Gabriel is going to another school, she can't attend as she doesn't meet either criteria. The same thing happened to Princess Astrid's youngest, who couldn't attend as her siblings had alreadyleft school by the time her parents wanted her there.



The first rule I can understand in some way, the second one makes no sense to me. Children should be free to choose the school they want, regardless of any siblings being there or not.

Hope that Eleonore finds another good one for her.

Yeah.  I just don't understand why a younger sibling would be forced to leave because an elder sibling has.  Seems like they should have grandfathered the younger siblings in (especially ones already enrolled at the primary school) when the rules changed, whenever that was, and then been stricter about living close enough with new families.  After all proximity wasn't a problem when Elisabeth first enrolled and was the only one of the sibling attending.  I'd love to know when the rules changed. 

I guess this is one of those cultural differences we see as a global dishing community because this American can't wrap her head around the whole thing.
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« Reply #251 on: August 27, 2020, 12:55:58 AM »

Havenít they always lived at Laeken?  Seems odd that the school says she canít continue because she lives too far away.  Have the rules just changed?

There are two rules, living nearby and/or havng siblings who already go to the school. Now that Gabriel is going to another school, she can't attend as she doesn't meet either criteria. The same thing happened to Princess Astrid's youngest, who couldn't attend as her siblings had alreadyleft school by the time her parents wanted her there.



The first rule I can understand in some way, the second one makes no sense to me. Children should be free to choose the school they want, regardless of any siblings being there or not.

Hope that Eleonore finds another good one for her.

Yeah.  I just don't understand why a younger sibling would be forced to leave because an elder sibling has.  Seems like they should have grandfathered the younger siblings in (especially ones already enrolled at the primary school) when the rules changed, whenever that was, and then been stricter about living close enough with new families.  After all proximity wasn't a problem when Elisabeth first enrolled and was the only one of the sibling attending.  I'd love to know when the rules changed.  

I guess this is one of those cultural differences we see as a global dishing community because this American can't wrap her head around the whole thing.


I'm not sure how Elisabeth was able to attend in the first place, unless they changed the rules while she was there.

In general those kind of rules are meant to keep the schools diverse. This particular school has a great reputation and is in a low income area. So if rich white parents want a quality public education for their children, they must accept that poor kids and/or non-white kids will be their classmate. So I don't think it's bad idea on paper, it's meant to reflect a more equalitarian society, in which kids aren't segregated. But obviously nothing is perfect and there are flaws in the system.

Eleonore's next school is less diverse as it's in a high income area. So her future classmates are probably all posh/aristo kids.
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« Reply #252 on: September 01, 2020, 10:38:41 AM »



Back to school for Princess Eleonore! Til looks nice, Phil has his ask on upside down
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« Reply #253 on: September 01, 2020, 01:39:07 PM »

Havenít they always lived at Laeken?  Seems odd that the school says she canít continue because she lives too far away.  Have the rules just changed?

There are two rules, living nearby and/or havng siblings who already go to the school. Now that Gabriel is going to another school, she can't attend as she doesn't meet either criteria. The same thing happened to Princess Astrid's youngest, who couldn't attend as her siblings had alreadyleft school by the time her parents wanted her there.



The first rule I can understand in some way, the second one makes no sense to me. Children should be free to choose the school they want, regardless of any siblings being there or not.

Hope that Eleonore finds another good one for her.

Yeah.  I just don't understand why a younger sibling would be forced to leave because an elder sibling has.  Seems like they should have grandfathered the younger siblings in (especially ones already enrolled at the primary school) when the rules changed, whenever that was, and then been stricter about living close enough with new families.  After all proximity wasn't a problem when Elisabeth first enrolled and was the only one of the sibling attending.  I'd love to know when the rules changed. 

I guess this is one of those cultural differences we see as a global dishing community because this American can't wrap her head around the whole thing.

Where were they living when Elizabeth enrolled?
The sibling thing is meant to ease the school run for parents, I think, among other things.
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« Reply #254 on: September 01, 2020, 01:53:42 PM »

Havenít they always lived at Laeken?  Seems odd that the school says she canít continue because she lives too far away.  Have the rules just changed?

There are two rules, living nearby and/or havng siblings who already go to the school. Now that Gabriel is going to another school, she can't attend as she doesn't meet either criteria. The same thing happened to Princess Astrid's youngest, who couldn't attend as her siblings had alreadyleft school by the time her parents wanted her there.



The first rule I can understand in some way, the second one makes no sense to me. Children should be free to choose the school they want, regardless of any siblings being there or not.

Hope that Eleonore finds another good one for her.

Yeah.  I just don't understand why a younger sibling would be forced to leave because an elder sibling has.  Seems like they should have grandfathered the younger siblings in (especially ones already enrolled at the primary school) when the rules changed, whenever that was, and then been stricter about living close enough with new families.  After all proximity wasn't a problem when Elisabeth first enrolled and was the only one of the sibling attending.  I'd love to know when the rules changed. 

I guess this is one of those cultural differences we see as a global dishing community because this American can't wrap her head around the whole thing.

Where were they living when Elizabeth enrolled?
The sibling thing is meant to ease the school run for parents, I think, among other things.

I know that for some schools in NL with limited capacity, the siblings of current student have preference. Perhaps because of making the school run more easy, but perhaps also because they couldn't make the distinction between sibling.
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