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« Reply #525 on: October 07, 2016, 02:28:03 AM »

She didn't go to Africa.

I fly a number of times a year and have never become sick from doing so and don't know why others do - maybe I have good genes or something.
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« Reply #526 on: October 07, 2016, 03:40:05 AM »

Nope, genes have nothing to do with it, you've just been lucky. For now. The air recycling system and the dryness of the air inside a plane mean not only are bacteria and viruses circulating around but your dry nasal passages are also more susceptible.

Never, ever fly if you have the slightest hint of a cold. Not even if others tell you you'll be fine. Even if you feel fine with just a touch of the sniffles and you think you can get over it by using a nasal spray and some decongestants, you're in danger of bursting your eardrums. Believe me, one of the worst feelings you can have while on a plane descending is the feeling of not being able to depressurise your ears and just waiting there for your eardrums to pop while the pain gets worse and worse.  Nerves Been through that, my eardrums didn't quite pop but was almost deaf for a couple of weeks and boy was it painful to have an infection in both ears.

She definitely made a wise decision not to fly.
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« Reply #527 on: October 07, 2016, 03:44:11 AM »

I get the WORST sinus infections after flying even if I have a case of the sniffles. It's not so bad after I had surgery to fix my deviated septum and turbinates removed, but it's still not fun at all.
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« Reply #528 on: October 07, 2016, 11:12:02 PM »

Nope, genes have nothing to do with it, you've just been lucky. For now. The air recycling system and the dryness of the air inside a plane mean not only are bacteria and viruses circulating around but your dry nasal passages are also more susceptible.

Never, ever fly if you have the slightest hint of a cold. Not even if others tell you you'll be fine. Even if you feel fine with just a touch of the sniffles and you think you can get over it by using a nasal spray and some decongestants, you're in danger of bursting your eardrums. Believe me, one of the worst feelings you can have while on a plane descending is the feeling of not being able to depressurise your ears and just waiting there for your eardrums to pop while the pain gets worse and worse.  Nerves Been through that, my eardrums didn't quite pop but was almost deaf for a couple of weeks and boy was it painful to have an infection in both ears.

She definitely made a wise decision not to fly.

Never knew that!
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« Reply #529 on: February 21, 2017, 04:10:22 PM »

I didn't know about this until today while lurking on Royal Central. Why there was no article about it on the Daily Fail since they are so "keen" to report anything the royals are doing or maybe they just don't write about working royals ?  Roll Eyes Secret

"The Princess and the Library"
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The Princess Royal visited Newcastle today (Thursday) [16TH FEBRUARY 2017], she was greeted in the Library by Lord Mayor, Cllr Hazel Stephenson and members of the Citizens Advice Bureau who have recently moved into the Library. She will also visit an exhibition in the library marking the 800th anniversary of the Mayoralty and Freemen of Newcastle.

Lord Mayor, Cllr Stephenson, said: ?It?s a great honour for the city to host this visit by Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal. She is Patron of Citizens Advice nationally, and our local office here does a great deal to help people with a wide range of issues.

?This is a very special year for Newcastle as we celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Mayoralty and Freemen in the city so I am delighted that Her Royal Highness can join us and show her support.?

Newcastle?s Citizen Advice Bureau has only recently moved into the library, but will be pleased to report to the Princess that this has doubled the number of clients they have seen. To best serve this increase, they have also taken the opportunity to embrace new technology.

There had been civilizations at this river crossing of the Tyne in both Roman and Anglo Saxon times. Indeed, it is in the Newcastle area that Hadrian?s Wall reaches the North Sea. However, New Castle takes its name from the castles built by Robert Curthose, eldest son of William I. Recognizing the strategic importance of the site he first built a wooden fort in 1080 followed by a stone castle in 1087. It is around this that the town of Newcastle grew, and the castle was rebuilt by Henry II in the twelfth century when Newcastle was the northern stronghold of England. It was King John in 1216 that first gave permission for Newcastle to have a mayor, also twelve guilds or mysteries representing trades.

During her visit, Princess Anne will also meet other local dignitaries and library staff who have curated The Exhibition of the Mayoralty. She will also be presented with a book, The History of Newcastle, written by local author and TV presenter John Grundy.

"Newcastle City Library is all set for a Royal visit from Princess Anne"
http://www.chroniclelive....ibrary-set-royal-12612787

"Princess Anne visits Newcastle RECAP: Updates as royal guest arrives at City Library"  <-- VIDEO
http://www.chroniclelive....ewcastle-library-12613142


"HRH Princess Anne visits Newcastle City Library"
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Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal paid a visit to Newcastle City Library where she met volunteers of Citizen's Advice Newcastle.

The bureau recently relocated into the City Library so people could more easily access the service.

Princess Anne, also met the Lord Mayor of Newcastle, Councillor Hazel Stephenson.

The Princess, who is 12th in line to the throne, also visited an exhibition in the library which celebrates the 800th anniversary of the Mayoralty and Freemen of Newcastle.

The Queen?s daughter was presented with a book, The History of Newcastle, written by local author and TV presenter John Grundy.

"Princess Anne Visits Newcastle City Library"
http://www.sr-news.com/in...s-newcastle-city-library/  <-- VIDEO

Anne's activities aren't well reported by the press, it's such a pity.  Snare


"Princess Anne to visit Scotland?s toughest prison"
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"HRH Princess Anne, Princess Royal, will be paying a visit to one of Scotland?s toughest prisons on 22 March.

As the patron of The Butler Trust, an organisation which promotes ?excellence in the UK?s prisons, probation, and youth justice,? Princess Anne will be visiting HMP Shotts."
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« Reply #530 on: March 07, 2017, 07:46:52 AM »

https://www.pressandjourn...s-royal-to-moray-kitchen/

Exotic smoothies prepared for visit of Royal Princess
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« Reply #531 on: March 24, 2017, 01:38:02 AM »

This is the first time ever that I visit princess Anne's thread. And I am speachless. And full of admiration of reading about a proper working royal!
How on earth can there be so different views on duty and workload in one royal family?
I will keep on following princess Anne!
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« Reply #532 on: March 24, 2017, 08:20:59 PM »

I have always admired Anne. She does her duty without a lot of fanfare. I really wish the media would cover her more.
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« Reply #533 on: March 25, 2017, 10:31:08 PM »

http://www.dailymail.co.u...harles-Anne-agree-on.html

One has an official harpist and insists on his shoelaces being ironed; the other has equine vets on speed dial and clothes older than her grown-up children. One is a famously healthy eater; the other likes fish and chips wrapped in newspaper.
Indeed, when you compare Prince Charles with his sister Princess Anne, it?s almost impossible not to wonder how on earth they?re related at all.
Their differences were underlined once more this week when Anne defended genetically modified farming, saying she would happily grow GM crops on her own land and GM livestock would be a ?bonus? ? comments which could have been designed to incur her older brother?s wrath.
Indeed, Prince Charles ? who sees himself as a serious farmer ? has described GM food as ?the biggest disaster environmentally of all time?.
But the royal siblings? differences don?t end there. From bringing up their children to dealing with former lovers, Charles and younger sister Anne are chalk and cheese. As she?s not afraid to tell him whenever the opportunity arises . . .

Quite a funny read TBH, it does amaze me that Anne and Charles come from the same family in some ways as they do seem quite different.
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« Reply #534 on: April 04, 2017, 06:11:17 PM »

The Princess Royal is currently visiting Ghana, where this morning she had an
audience with The President, Mr Nana Akufo-Addo. During the trip HRH will visit a number of projects that focus on empowering women and supporting female education and entrepreneurship. HRH's third visit to Ghana will mark 60 years of Ghanaian independence and celebrate the strength and depth of UK and Ghana relations.

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« Reply #535 on: June 16, 2017, 03:56:47 PM »

Yesterday, Anne visited the Eventing at Luhmühlen (Germany). 

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« Reply #536 on: June 26, 2017, 11:11:48 PM »

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The young people in the photo won the Youth America's Cup (BAR team)


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« Reply #537 on: June 26, 2017, 11:16:18 PM »

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« Reply #538 on: July 14, 2017, 03:35:34 AM »

I read that Princess Anne also wore an Aquamarine tiara at the State Banquet. (Sophie did too)

I could not find a photograph from the banquet   Sad   

I believe this is the tiara Anne wore. 




I do think it would have been interesting and nice to have had a picture of the Queen, Anne and Sophie each in an Amethyst tiara. 

 Secret Anyone wonder if they coordinated their choices - or was this just a coincidence?
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« Reply #539 on: July 14, 2017, 04:11:41 PM »

I read that Princess Anne also wore an Aquamarine tiara at the State Banquet. (Sophie did too)

I could not find a photograph from the banquet   Sad   

I believe this is the tiara Anne wore. 




I do think it would have been interesting and nice to have had a picture of the Queen, Anne and Sophie each in an Amethyst tiara. 




 

 Secret Anyone wonder if they coordinated their choices - or was this just a coincidence?


would love to aee the other Royal ladies in their gown & jewels..........................

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