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« Reply #135 on: February 19, 2023, 08:55:22 PM »

It does generally seem to be the older generation who do - Elizabeth II, Bea, Sonja, Anne
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« Reply #136 on: February 21, 2023, 09:36:07 AM »

There must be very few royals who sport literally the same hairstyle for an entire tour  Blink

IdkÖ QE, Beatrix, AnneÖ quite a few of them stick to one hairstyle.

I guess Bee's hairstyle will not change anymore.....
Heck, even at WA's inauguration pictured popped up in which they gave WA his mothers hairstyle Smiley
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« Reply #137 on: February 23, 2023, 05:56:20 AM »

Meanwhile hundreds of people are unaccounted for following the floods nearby. Hopefully as rescuers get into isolated communities contact will be made. It must be awkward for a foreign royal not to feel she can comment on a local disaster. Or did the coverage miss something?

After viewing all the video and photos of the devastation I can't figure out why the tour didn't end with a one-day meet-and-greet with government officials, acknowledging the disaster and a flight out to Australia and a return home. Had they been in midwest US, that's how their visit would have ended; it would be shifted to 'hello' glad you came  but please come back another time when our world isn't in a weather crisis. We will let you know and extend an invitation. Perhaps I don't understand the NZ-Sweden relationship. :|
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« Reply #138 on: February 23, 2023, 07:07:51 AM »

Meanwhile hundreds of people are unaccounted for following the floods nearby. Hopefully as rescuers get into isolated communities contact will be made. It must be awkward for a foreign royal not to feel she can comment on a local disaster. Or did the coverage miss something?

After viewing all the video and photos of the devastation I can't figure out why the tour didn't end with a one-day meet-and-greet with government officials, acknowledging the disaster and a flight out to Australia and a return home. Had they been in midwest US, that's how their visit would have ended; it would be shifted to 'hello' glad you came  but please come back another time when our world isn't in a weather crisis. We will let you know and extend an invitation. Perhaps I don't understand the NZ-Sweden relationship. :|

Itís because it isnít their place but the Governorís to comfort victims on behalf of the New Zealand royals I guess. Also, the area is so dangerously trashed that a visit would be out of the question.
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