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UK Royal Family privacy and Canada
« on: January 15, 2020, 01:32:11 AM »
There's been a LOT of tosh written in the UK press about the decision of Harry and his wife Meghan to seek a lessor role

As someone who lives in a part of rural Glos'shire where Charles and Di and Princess Anne live - us 'commoners' got to see and meet the Royals, frequently ..  I 'knew' Harry when he was a 'bump' and a pub I use barred him in his excessive days .

So, forgive the 'trolling' - but I'm observing utter twaddle being posted in the news (and elsewhere)


The Royal Family have had two divorces in the nineties - Charles and Anne - yet some clueless folk seem to think this last happened when the last Royal Family member wanted to marry an American  :cluebat:


Harry was 'naughty' ..a Royal pain in the arse.. when younger and has more than redeemed himself in the military and with his Invictus Project


Do I think they can 'duck out' in Vancouver ?  Probably not - but at least the UK tabloid press will have to freeze their bits off in winter to annoy the couple.



 








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Re: UK Royal Family privacy and Canada
« Reply #1 on: January 16, 2020, 08:03:36 PM »


Do I think they can 'duck out' in Vancouver ?  Probably not - but at least the UK tabloid press will have to freeze their bits off in winter to annoy the couple.

The weather is way too nice in Vancouver. I recommend a beachfront property near Yellowknife, Nwt. for maximum privacy.
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Re: UK Royal Family privacy and Canada
« Reply #2 on: January 17, 2020, 06:05:27 PM »
It rains almost continuously in Vancouver from about October to early April, is gloomy and overcast.  Plus, they're not in Vancouver, they're in Victoria, on Vancouver Island.  Of course, being the "woke" environmentalists that they are, they hop over to visit Vancouver by sea plane, rather than the more mundane, though environmentally more friendly, ferry.


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Re: UK Royal Family privacy and Canada
« Reply #3 on: Yesterday at 05:18:23 PM »
I'm no fan of the Royal Family but I would say it should be an 'All In or All Out' deal. The arrangement that has been reached amounts to cherry picking the lucrative bits while ducking the duty. It allows Meg & Harry to go off and build up profitable ventures without the risk due to income that they will still gain by still being Royals, i.e Duchy of Cornwall, etc.

In fact a recent article on the BBC website detailing where they got all their money from surprised me. They all benefit from several sources all of which are derived from the population over time, taxpayers, assets seized over the centuries, etc. They are vastly wealthy yet you can see by Harry's face that he is put out by the $2.4 million they need to pay back of taxpayers money for the refurbishment of Frogmore cottage, despite having vast sums of money to have been capable of doing this themself.

For me it looks like it is high time that the whole Royal Family existence itself should be questioned. The next thing a Referendum should be held on I think.
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« Reply #4 on: Today at 01:39:31 AM »
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« Reply #5 on: Today at 07:04:48 AM »
Trench, now a 'Republican' ?)))

Yes indeed, always have been :)
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Re: UK Royal Family privacy and Canada
« Reply #6 on: Today at 09:41:35 AM »
I'm no fan of the Royal Family but I would say it should be an 'All In or All Out' deal. The arrangement that has been reached amounts to cherry picking the lucrative bits while ducking the duty. It allows Meg & Harry to go off and build up profitable ventures without the risk due to income that they will still gain by still being Royals, i.e Duchy of Cornwall, etc.

In fact a recent article on the BBC website detailing where they got all their money from surprised me. They all benefit from several sources all of which are derived from the population over time, taxpayers, assets seized over the centuries, etc. They are vastly wealthy yet you can see by Harry's face that he is put out by the $2.4 million they need to pay back of taxpayers money for the refurbishment of Frogmore cottage, despite having vast sums of money to have been capable of doing this themself.

For me it looks like it is high time that the whole Royal Family existence itself should be questioned. The next thing a Referendum should be held on I think.

Well, when the two females and two males heads of the royal household held their meeting (your queen and Charlie - William and Harry respectively), I guess Meghan felt she was above this royal silliness and decided not to waste her time and partake in such drama. After all, living off other people's sweat and hard work is not really something she completely grew up on despite her *liberal* upbringing. There's still a part of Meghan that's *American*, and being independent is still rooted in her being.

Meghan wanting to be a self-absorbed Hollywood celeb is her lifelong dream, and Harry is simply pussy-whipped. At this point, he's ready to give up the kingdom in a New York minute if that what makes her happy.
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Re: UK Royal Family privacy and Canada
« Reply #7 on: Today at 02:06:25 PM »
Always entertaining to read GQB's, " I know other folks lives better than they do",  'ASSessments'

Like I said .. there's been A LOT of bollox written on this subject
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Re: UK Royal Family privacy and Canada
« Reply #8 on: Today at 05:54:17 PM »
The pshyt is starting to hit the proverbial Hollywood fan already...

Quote from: Bette Midler
What a sad story. They hounded and bullied her until it was no longer tenable to stay, just like Diana. They'll never learn until it hits them in the wallet. I hope she bankrupts them all.

Quote from: Piers Morgan
People say I'm too critical of Meghan Markle - but she ditched her family, ditched her Dad, ditched most of her old friends, split Harry from William & has now split him from the Royal Family. I rest my case.

Just to quote a couple...

As for the prospective new designated peons, it appears they're not too receptive to the idea of being the surrogate caretakers either..though methinks they’ve no choice in the matter.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7895325/Nearly-three-quarters-Canadians-dont-want-pay-Harry-Meghan-living-country.html

LMAO! Mewonders if Duchess Sarah Ferguson is actually Harry's real mumski..sure looks like the resemblance is far more striking than the late Princess Diana's...maybe it's in the future *Hollywood Tell-All* revelation that may yet come out...

:devil:

Dang! We haven't yet touched on the juiciest of all...good ol' Andrew's 'custodial guardianship' of the misguided nubile that abounds. Sure looks like there's more than a graveyard full of skeleton in that royal closet, man. I bet Quentin Tarantino is chomping at the bit just about now. Maybe Steven Spielberg will get the rights and make 'Meghan's List'..
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