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« on: August 01, 2017, 04:10:15 PM »

William and Kate (this includes George and Charlotte) are OFF TOPIC unless they're directly relevant for the topic. They can be discussed only in their own board in the O/T section.

Harry and girlfriends are OFF TOPIC TOO, unless he's directly relevant for the topic. He can be discussed in his own board in the O/T section.

Diana - SWSNBN! - is O/T too, if she's not directly relevant and we will NOT in ANY WAY host any kind of discussion about the War of the Wales.

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