News about HM The King and the monarchy


ole sausage fingers caught a nice break with this one.

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"It was earlier reported that the home, in the grounds of Windsor Castle, had been offered to the Duke of York."

Frogmore Cottage - to be known from now on as where Royals go to be exiled in shame like Napoleon's Elba.
 

"It was understood that Philip had wanted Edward, his youngest son, to take on the title, but the decision was left in the hands of King Charles."

The least scandalous and still married of all the children.
 

I can't wait to hear the stories and the Netflix series on how he showed up stag to the coronation and was ignored by parts of his family.

There will probably be a story about him and William having a tussle or some imagined slight William made against him either verbally or by handing him two glasses of champagne to remind him of Meghan's absence. Maybe a royal dog will pee on him.

There will be a second edition of Spare - updated with thoughts after the coronation of my dad.
 

"Not really because she's still our mother. I say 'our' but not the royal 'we', speaking for my sister and me. She's our mother."

... She is. But she was also a wife cheating on her husband with a man who was also cheating on his respective wife.

It wasn't exactly like both marriages ended so let's renew our relationship prior to both our respective marriages.
 
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"Today we remember the incredible life and legacy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, on what would have been her 97th birthday."
 
Poll suggests most Canadians don't want Charles as King

"According to the poll, Prince William and his wife Catherine are seen more positively than Charles, but still fall short of the support Elizabeth garnered. Among Canadian respondents overall, 53 per cent have a positive view of William while that number is 56 for Catherine.

However, among those who said they don't support Canada continuing as a constitutional monarchy, support for the couple dropped to 36 and 41 per cent respectively.

Of note, though, is that among those who said they support Canada remaining a constitutional monarchy, far more have a favourable impression of William and Catherine (83 per cent support for each) than for Charles (62 per cent) or Camilla (43 per cent)."

Basically people don't like Charles.
 


I just realised there are a lot of royal names on my father's side of the family.
 

  • Chail, who is of Indian Sikh heritage, formed a plan at the start of the year to assassinate the then Queen to avenge the Amritsar massacre of 1919

  • Chail…said: "I believe my purpose is to assassinate the queen of the royal family."
    The AI chat bot Sarai replied: "That's very wise," and said: "I know that you are very well trained."

  • "The defendant's key motive was to create a new empire by destroying the remnants of the British Empire in the UK and the focal point of that became the removal of a figurehead of the Royal Family," said prosecutor Alison Morgan KC.

    "His thinking was informed partly by the fantasy world of Star Wars and the role of what he describes of the Sith Lords in shaping that new world.”

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Wait till ChatGPT v4 is publicly available.
 

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If you're just handing those out to anyone, I'd like one. My family has actually been in the Commonwealth and Empire for 4 generations.

I hope that's not the attire they wore to the white tie dinner.
 

"In Scobie's book, Prince William is painted as emotionally volatile and manipulative, freezing out his brother. He's described as a 'company man - an institutional champion who's privately embraced the draconian tactics of an antiquated and often vicious institution'.

There are suggestions of tensions between his ambitions and the King's 'transitional' reign. Catherine, the Princess of Wales, in this version is 'cold', nicknamed 'Katie Keen', an almost silent figure trapped in endless photo-opportunities."

So damning...
 

"But it is clearly serious enough to require a couple of weeks in hospital and then several months of recuperation, which will see the Princess of Wales missing official duties at least until after Easter."

Not quite sure it's progressing on plan if the Prince of Wales needs to cancel his engagements too.
 
Two weeks is a long ass time to spend in the hospital for anything. So, it must be serious stuff. Unless, it is a distraction to supplant the Prince Andrew story/Epstein files
 
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Not quite sure it's progressing on plan if the Prince of Wales needs to cancel his engagements too.
Isn't he diddling around a couple of months each year anyway? Probably just a convenient excuse
 

"The palace also said His Majesty planned to switch his weekly audience with the prime minister from face-to-face to over the phone for two weeks."

British media remarked there was weight loss.
 
Official Kate photograph. Well, she's not in a wheelchair or anything.

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"At an event in the Dutch city of Zutphen on Thursday, the country’s King Willem-Alexander was told by a young girl that she had a photograph of him and his family.

'At least I didn’t photoshop it!' he said to laughter from the children’s parents."

That's not nice from the House of Orange.
 

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