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« Reply #7935 on: September 09, 2022, 08:51:42 PM »

I see the new thread is up.  Good luck to the new Prince and Princess of Wales.  The changes are happening.  Still hard to think Betty is gone.
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« Reply #7936 on: September 10, 2022, 06:42:34 PM »

True - but in the video, from the back you will see K.'s hair reaches her shoulder blades.  It seems to be shorter front, longer back.  If she lopped 2-3 inches all around she'd still have quite a head of hair. 

And just to show I'm not picking on Kate, I think quite a few royal ladies could do with a good trim: Mary, Marie, Maxima, and she who must not be named.

Not entirely relevant to what's going on but while watching the Windsor walk about I thought of this as Kate keeps having to fiddle with her hair which appears rather long.  Cutting her hair by several inches would be good.  Along with doing more business updos when on things like walk abouts.  It would add a level of professionalism perfect for her new role.
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« Reply #7937 on: September 10, 2022, 06:44:29 PM »



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« Reply #7938 on: September 10, 2022, 06:53:26 PM »

True - but in the video, from the back you will see K.'s hair reaches her shoulder blades.  It seems to be shorter front, longer back.  If she lopped 2-3 inches all around she'd still have quite a head of hair. 

And just to show I'm not picking on Kate, I think quite a few royal ladies could do with a good trim: Mary, Marie, Maxima, and she who must not be named.

Not entirely relevant to what's going on but while watching the Windsor walk about I thought of this as Kate keeps having to fiddle with her hair which appears rather long.  Cutting her hair by several inches would be good.  Along with doing more business updos when on things like walk abouts.  It would add a level of professionalism perfect for her new role.

Kateís hair has always been her safety blanket so to speak. In the early days she fiddled with it often when, Iím guessing, she was nervous or bothered. Sheís gotten much much better since 2012-2014, and so I wonít begrudge her fiddling with it today of all days or in the events to come in the next 9 days.
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« Reply #7939 on: September 10, 2022, 06:55:58 PM »

My hair is above my shoulders, and when I wear it down I find myself repeatedly fiddling with it. So sometimes it doesnít matter how long or short somebodyís hair is
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« Reply #7940 on: September 10, 2022, 07:00:01 PM »

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« Reply #7941 on: September 10, 2022, 07:02:16 PM »

They need to get less flustered staff based on todays walk about I would say
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« Reply #7942 on: September 10, 2022, 07:03:54 PM »





William showing he is the grown-up in the room, and the bigger person!
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« Reply #7943 on: September 10, 2022, 07:07:41 PM »

I assume you are alluding to his brother's presence today. This is off topic so I'll just say it was appropriate that they were all there. It was a lovely walkabout. I loved seeing William greet a dog scratching both his ears immediately.
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« Reply #7944 on: September 10, 2022, 07:08:37 PM »

Watch the Royal Family stream on youtube of the four doing the walk and theyíve just all got into an SUV to leave and itís lovely to hear the onlookers speak about their experiences meeting them.

Watching the brothers interact with people, it strikes me how utterly hard this life has to be. Your beloved grandmother dies and you have to put on a brave face to greet well wishers while trying to keep your own grief in check. I donít think I could ever do what they do.

I loved seeing William greet a dog scratching both his ears immediately.

That gave me a laugh too! I saw a few people had brought their dogs in the hopes of getting a royal ear scratch 
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« Reply #7945 on: September 10, 2022, 07:09:19 PM »

True - but in the video, from the back you will see K.'s hair reaches her shoulder blades.  It seems to be shorter front, longer back.  If she lopped 2-3 inches all around she'd still have quite a head of hair. 

And just to show I'm not picking on Kate, I think quite a few royal ladies could do with a good trim: Mary, Marie, Maxima, and she who must not be named.

Not entirely relevant to what's going on but while watching the Windsor walk about I thought of this as Kate keeps having to fiddle with her hair which appears rather long.  Cutting her hair by several inches would be good.  Along with doing more business updos when on things like walk abouts.  It would add a level of professionalism perfect for her new role.

Kateís hair has always been her safety blanket so to speak. In the early days she fiddled with it often when, Iím guessing, she was nervous or bothered. Sheís gotten much much better since 2012-2014, and so I wonít begrudge her fiddling with it today of all days or in the events to come in the next 9 days.

I would guess she wonít ever have such psychological pressure again, even when she becomes Queen. For reasons that we cannot discuss. So I also, wonít pick at her now.
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« Reply #7946 on: September 10, 2022, 07:11:04 PM »

William has come a long way with this events. In the past he looked quite uncomfortable with this walkabouts, imo.

In the last few years he become much more relaxed and quite amazing at it. The dog moment, the talks with the kids... really wonderful to see.
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« Reply #7947 on: September 10, 2022, 07:13:20 PM »

True - but in the video, from the back you will see K.'s hair reaches her shoulder blades.  It seems to be shorter front, longer back.  If she lopped 2-3 inches all around she'd still have quite a head of hair. 

And just to show I'm not picking on Kate, I think quite a few royal ladies could do with a good trim: Mary, Marie, Maxima, and she who must not be named.

Not entirely relevant to what's going on but while watching the Windsor walk about I thought of this as Kate keeps having to fiddle with her hair which appears rather long.  Cutting her hair by several inches would be good.  Along with doing more business updos when on things like walk abouts.  It would add a level of professionalism perfect for her new role.

Kateís hair has always been her safety blanket so to speak. In the early days she fiddled with it often when, Iím guessing, she was nervous or bothered. Sheís gotten much much better since 2012-2014, and so I wonít begrudge her fiddling with it today of all days or in the events to come in the next 9 days.

You are so much nicer then I am.  Going forward pinning her hair back or even up might be a good idea on walk abouts so she's not having to brush it back all the time as it moves when she bends to talk to people.
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« Reply #7948 on: September 10, 2022, 07:17:59 PM »

I assume you are alluding to his brother's presence today. This is off topic so I'll just say it was appropriate that they were all there. It was a lovely walkabout. I loved seeing William greet a dog scratching both his ears immediately.

Kate is fabulous with her chit chat. The mics were picking up quite a bit and she was wonderful.
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« Reply #7949 on: September 10, 2022, 07:22:47 PM »

The hair thing always bemuses me. Iíve had long hair my whole life and never thought I was required to put it up to do anything except scrub the bathroom or cook maybe. I think Catherine can wear her hair however she is comfortable and chooses.
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