Admitted to a hospital earlier today. You've had your time as an entitled, elitist bitch girl, now go into the light and bring yer family with you!
**BREAKING** Britain's Prince Phillip Circling the Drain!
|by Anonymous||reply 499||11 hours ago|
Why does good dick have to die so young?
|by Anonymous||reply 1||02/17/2021|
You know ME! will be chafing at him taking away attention from Oprah interview announcement.
|by Anonymous||reply 2||02/17/2021|
I would say, "WE ALREADY KNOW!", but I love your headline, OP.
|by Anonymous||reply 3||02/17/2021|
I assume that Harry is already on a private jet, heading back to merry ole England?
|by Anonymous||reply 4||02/17/2021|
This old geezer rolled his Range Rover and still walked away. He must have the skeleton of a T-100. Probably just going in for a top-up from his blood boy.
|by Anonymous||reply 5||02/17/2021|
In honor of the old Elitist, I respectfully submit a copy of Prince Philip's Greatest Hits. Watch at your leisure.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||02/17/2021|
He's a elitist royal cunt but I kind of liked the purity of it and him.
|by Anonymous||reply 7||02/17/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 8||02/17/2021|
Getting ready to be reincarnated as a virus!
|by Anonymous||reply 9||02/17/2021|
[quote]You've had your time as an entitled, elitist bitch girl
He's had 99 years of it. He's probably fine with it although I would have wanted to make 100 if I were less than 4 months away.
|by Anonymous||reply 10||02/17/2021|
"He is expected to remain in hospital for a few days of observation and rest."
Resting from his otherwise grueling schedule?
|by Anonymous||reply 11||02/17/2021|
Thanks R6! I wish that had subtitles. No doubt easy for you Brits to understand, but very difficult to understand all the silly things he's saying in that rapid-fire proper English accent.
|by Anonymous||reply 12||02/17/2021|
One hears a noise!
|by Anonymous||reply 13||02/17/2021|
Will Kate and Camera-Shy Megan make-up at the funeral?
|by Anonymous||reply 14||02/17/2021|
"The Duke of Edinburgh was taken from Windsor Castle, where he has spent the past few months, to London by car - not with an ambulance - and walked unaided into the hospital."
Told you bitches I'm hardcore!!
|by Anonymous||reply 15||02/17/2021|
The Old Boy may be down, but he's not out. Yet.
|by Anonymous||reply 16||02/17/2021|
Unfortunately, when one half of a longtime marriage dies, the other isn’t far behind. What a shame...do to COVID he won’t get a state funeral (unless it’s postponed until next year).
|by Anonymous||reply 17||02/17/2021|
Good riddance to the old cunt
|by Anonymous||reply 18||02/17/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 19||02/17/2021|
I don't know her.
|by Anonymous||reply 20||02/17/2021|
Go away R16, you tiresome sycophant, with your incessant "her majesty" and "sir" bullshit. You're not sitting in some Kensington tea room having finger sandwiches with Lady Lowtitts, you ridiculous queen.
|by Anonymous||reply 21||02/17/2021|
Shut your hole R21 — You'll only attract flies.
|by Anonymous||reply 22||02/17/2021|
Buahahahaha! The spell is working!
|by Anonymous||reply 23||02/17/2021|
R19 Princess Alice may have lived to almost 103, but she had lost her wits for some time before then. On balance, I would say that dying at 99, but with one's wits intact, is preferable.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||02/17/2021|
Well, I nevuh!
|by Anonymous||reply 25||02/17/2021|
[quote] do to COVID
|by Anonymous||reply 26||02/17/2021|
Is that a stiff upper lip, your highness, or has rigor mortis set in?
|by Anonymous||reply 27||02/17/2021|
[quote] [R19] Princess Alice may have lived to almost 103, but she had lost her wits for some time before then. On balance, I would say that dying at 99, but with one's wits intact, is preferable.
Princess Alice of Greece, his mother, not Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester, the Queen's aunt. Philip's mother died in her 80s.
|by Anonymous||reply 28||02/17/2021|
If the old boy could survive Co-Ved then he will survive this latest bout of feeling under the weather as well. The royals are too healthy and well taken care of to die.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||02/17/2021|
R28 Before marriage: Princess Alice of Battenburg. After marriage: Princess Andrew of Greece.
|by Anonymous||reply 30||02/17/2021|
I will miss the old Prince. When he's departed, is it disrespectful to masturbate to photos of the prince from the 40s and 50s- hell 60s? He was extremely handsome for so long- I can get off for years.
|by Anonymous||reply 31||02/17/2021|
His death will be a big deal here in the UK. Not because he was a nice bloke or because he was loved or even because he was Royal, but because he's a decorated WWII naval officer who's also served the Queen without question and has done a lot for charities. The Duke of Edinburgh scheme is huge and does a lot for kids.
He's from a different age. He seems even from a different age to the Queen.
|by Anonymous||reply 32||02/17/2021|
Sad last days!
|by Anonymous||reply 33||02/17/2021|
Only the good die young.
|by Anonymous||reply 34||02/17/2021|
Not disrespectful at all, R31.
|by Anonymous||reply 35||02/17/2021|
The only 99 yo that counts is Betty White.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||02/17/2021|
Will his secret love children be invited to the funeral?
|by Anonymous||reply 37||02/17/2021|
Did I miss something? Did he have Covid? I know William did.
|by Anonymous||reply 38||02/17/2021|
Is the Duchess of Sussex ok???? Someone please ask her, or else we’ll still be hearing about it when she is 99...
|by Anonymous||reply 39||02/17/2021|
R39 Yes, he had Covid a number of months ago. Survived quite nicely. Hospital stay.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||02/17/2021|
I wonder if it's side effects from the vaccine.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||02/17/2021|
Probably a reaction to the second vaccine shot. He and the Queen had the first dose five weeks ago and the second sometimes has worse side effects.
|by Anonymous||reply 42||02/17/2021|
[quote]Unfortunately, when one half of a longtime marriage dies, the other isn’t far behind.
Being married since the beginning of time notwithstanding, don’t the queen and Prince Phillip live apart pretty much most of the year?
|by Anonymous||reply 43||02/17/2021|
With the lack of sufficient vaccine doses why should people who already had covid have any priority for getting it regardless of age, etc. Apart from many probably having some immunity, do we even know if it's wise to give more of those spike proteins to someone whose immune system is already primed to attack those same proteins? Or whatever they're called. Could that lead to issues or even that cyto whatever storm? We really don't know that much about covid let alone the vaccines. We have one year history with sars cov2 and only months with the vaccines.
|by Anonymous||reply 44||02/17/2021|
My mistake, R28. I thought that the Princess Alice reference was a royal version of the old Olivia de Havilland "so young" thing on here (i.e. Princess Alice [Duchess of Gloucester], the oldest-ever member of the royal family, would say that Philip is young).
And besides Princess Alice (Gloucester) and Princess Alice of Battenberg (Princess Andrew of Greece), there's also Princess Alice (Countess of Athlone)! There were large overlaps in the lifespans of the three women, so confusion is perhaps not uncommon.
|by Anonymous||reply 45||02/17/2021|
Cicely Tyson convinced me it doesn't mean shit how well an older person is moving around...death is always around the corner. She had just sat down for interviews with Gayle King and Ryan and Kelly, and she seemed lively in both. Hours later she was dead.
Philip looks like death...I'd be shocked if he lasts another week.
|by Anonymous||reply 46||02/17/2021|
He'll be ok, he's just leaking a bit of embalming fluid, they plug the hole and send him home.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||02/17/2021|
Doesn't Phillip allegedly have a secret black/mix raced child somewhere? I wonder if this will come to light after he dies.
|by Anonymous||reply 48||02/17/2021|
He’s looked like death for at least the past couple of years, r46.
Britain already had a 20 year deathwatch on Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother (who would be hospitalised after choking on fishbones on a semi-annual basis) and she staggered on long enough to see her 100th, and then shuffled off before she risked spoiling the Queen’s Golden Jubilee by dying too close to it.
I’d bet on Phillip hanging on for his century, celebrating with his usual mix of amusement, bemusement and cynicism, and then retreating for good (or dying) before the Queen’s 70 year anniversary as monarch in 2022.
|by Anonymous||reply 49||02/17/2021|
If Philip goes, the Queen will probably follow within a year. It always seems to happen that way with long-married couples. Prince Charles will finally be King Charles, and the Cambridges will be moving up to Prince and Princess of Wales. A Coronation and PofW investiture once COVID is under control would be happy events that would lift people's spirits.
|by Anonymous||reply 50||02/17/2021|
This increases the chances that Princess Eugnie's son will be named Philip.
|by Anonymous||reply 51||02/17/2021|
Hmmm I don’t see anywhere that Prince Philip had Covid. But as someone above pointed out, they would be due for their second shot, so he could be feeling the effects of that.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||02/17/2021|
Somewhere out there Fergie is ironing a tasteful second wedding dress and telling Andy how a quick and low key marriage due to COVID is just the ticket to rehabilitate him.
|by Anonymous||reply 53||02/17/2021|
Oh gawd, Meghan's sycophants on social media are actually arguing that royal reports are trying to construe that Philip's hospitalization is the result of H&M's announcements of an interview with Oprah!!!
|by Anonymous||reply 54||02/17/2021|
R53 According to ITV's (kind of sexy) royal reporter Chris Ship, the Palace has told them that Philip's hospitalization is NOT COVID related.
|by Anonymous||reply 55||02/17/2021|
R54 I saw that on Twitter. The man is 99, trapped wind could land him at hospital.
|by Anonymous||reply 56||02/17/2021|
[quote] The Duke of Edinburgh was taken from Windsor Castle,
See this shit is confusing.
Is he a Prince or a Duke? Make up your mind, dammit.
|by Anonymous||reply 57||02/17/2021|
He's both, R57.
|by Anonymous||reply 58||02/17/2021|
R57 His official title is "Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh."
|by Anonymous||reply 59||02/17/2021|
[quote] Meghan's sycophants on social media are actually arguing that royal reports are trying to construe that Philip's hospitalization is the result of H&M's announcements of an interview with Oprah!!!
That's just typical frauish uber fan behavior. What is it about this obnoxious social climbing phony d lister that has turned them into such irrational "fans." Is this like those crazy Angelina Jolie fans who excuse and even admire every attention seeking and narcissistic thing she does? Maybe it's some kind of projection.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||02/17/2021|
R57 He was born a Prince of Greece and Denmark. He was made a Prince of the United Kingdom. He's known as the Duke of Edinburgh, but he's a Royal Prince through and through. He's a Royal Duke, like Prince Andrew is Duke of York, but also a Prince.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||02/17/2021|
One of the most fascinating books I've ever read is "Young Prince Philip: His Turbulent Early Life" by Philip Eade. It will change many of your (inaccurate) assumptions about him. His early life really was very difficult.
|by Anonymous||reply 62||02/17/2021|
[quote] This increases the chances that Princess Eugnie's son will be named Philip.
I still can't decide.
Call us back in a couple of years: maybe we'll have given it a name by then.
|by Anonymous||reply 63||02/17/2021|
I would say, "So young," but let's be reasonable here.
|by Anonymous||reply 64||02/17/2021|
One will miss that overly sized member.
|by Anonymous||reply 65||02/17/2021|
I hope he hangs on long enough so his death completely overshadows the upcoming Harkle "tell all".
|by Anonymous||reply 66||02/17/2021|
He was eating Queenie's pussy while holding her upside down as he skull-fucked her- and lost his balance.
|by Anonymous||reply 67||02/17/2021|
After his death the Queen will carry on per usual. It is duty that drives her, not sentiment. Plus, its not as if these two have seen much of each other in the last decade.
|by Anonymous||reply 68||02/17/2021|
You Rachel fans are seriously unhinged. Here's another one of you idiots on twitter.
|by Anonymous||reply 69||02/17/2021|
I would love to see the Queen date a younger man after Phillip is gone. You know someone in their 70's.
|by Anonymous||reply 70||02/17/2021|
Philip is just vindictive enough to hang on until early March, ensuring that the Sussex interview is totally overshadowed.
|by Anonymous||reply 71||02/17/2021|
R69 Meghan's sycophants are nuts. Back when Meghan made that comment in Africa about people not asking her how she feels, I made a comment that from a PR perspective it looked very self-important to be talking about how terrible you have it in your $5000 designer coat surrounded by starving children. I was branded a racist (I'm Asian, but whatever) and misogynistic.
|by Anonymous||reply 72||02/17/2021|
If he goes today, it’ll have been a two-for-one for Satan. Rush Lush Limbaugh is waiting.
|by Anonymous||reply 73||02/17/2021|
Okay, thank you, you can take the Meghan talk to your Meghan threads now.
|by Anonymous||reply 74||02/17/2021|
I have to agree: this is not the place for the endless Meghan talk. Please vamoose.
|by Anonymous||reply 75||02/17/2021|
R72 People were bitching about the name change on the birth certificate on Twitter and when I brought up what an unpleasant person Rachel is and how so many people have had terrible experiences with her they asked me to be specific and name names (they just wanted to know names that could be easily googled so that they can harass these people en masse), then they called me a liar and said I was crazy and racist when I didn't name names and said that they hoped Rachel would sue me for slander even though I was just repeating common knowledge. I had to get a whole new twitter account because of those cunts.
They all need to be on Lithium. Several whole bottles of Lithium per person per day.
|by Anonymous||reply 76||02/17/2021|
Philip was born HRH Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark, titles he renounced before he married Elizabeth. His grandfather, King George I of Greece, was assassinated, as was his uncle Earl Mountbatten of Burma, his two great-aunts (Czarina Alexandra of Russia and Grand Duchess Ella of Russia), and five cousins (the four Romanov children and Earl Mountbatten's grandson). His sister and her family died in a plane crash. His mother was in an out of institutions and his father pretty much abandoned him, so Philip had to shift around as a child. His main home was Kensington Palace, where his grandmother, Princess Victoria, Marchioness of Milford Haven, lived. After joining the Royal Navy, he fought in World War II against his sisters' German husbands. After the war, he married Princess Elizabeth, heiress to the British Crown. The two are third cousins, twice: they both descend from Queen Victoria and from King Christian IX of Denmark. He was named Duke of Edinburgh and given an HRH on his marriage and, years later, he was made a Prince of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
|by Anonymous||reply 77||02/17/2021|
Back to topic.
With Prince Philip, in ANY dramatization of his life, he is the only person I can remember who's actually better looking than the actor who's played them. Up until the 60s, he was still an incredibly good looking man. And I can only imagine what he could do in bed.
|by Anonymous||reply 78||02/17/2021|
Wouldn't you assume that Prince Charles is uncut? Given his age and social background, I would think he's a cowl neck. Anyone have a confirmation? Merle are you listening?
|by Anonymous||reply 79||02/17/2021|
All of Elizabeth's sons are circumcised. The RF wanted Will and Harry to be cut but Diana refused.
|by Anonymous||reply 80||02/17/2021|
Philip has a heart condition and a few years back he had a stint placed to unclog a blockage. Prior to that he had felt unwell for a few days and very tired. I'm wondering if that might be it? Honestly, I hope he does recover because it seems a shame to be within spitting distance of 100 and not making it.
|by Anonymous||reply 81||02/17/2021|
Never change datalounge. Only this site could make Princ Phillips hospital visit about foreskin. Hahaha
|by Anonymous||reply 82||02/17/2021|
R77 who gives a fuck?
|by Anonymous||reply 83||02/17/2021|
Very true, R78. The young Philip was like a model, whereas Matt Smith...
|by Anonymous||reply 84||02/17/2021|
I agree that Matt Smith wasn't in the same looks category as Phillip but I think he did a good job of capturing that manly appeal. I like him in that role. A pretty face isn't everything.
|by Anonymous||reply 85||02/17/2021|
Fair enough, R85. I've never actually seen the first two seasons of The Crown, so I was just going off photographs in articles about the show.
|by Anonymous||reply 86||02/17/2021|
I read a biography of Margaret and Elizabeth's early years, and it made the point that it was absolutely vital for Philip to make that marriage to the future Queen. He courted her assiduously once it became clear she was attracted to him, often spending holidays dancing attendance on Lilibet at Windsor rather than drinking and partying like other young men his age would have done.
The big issue for Philip was his citizenship--he was allowed to serve during the war despite not being a British citizen, but despite his valor he would not have automatically been granted citizenship afterwards. In fact, the UK government was reluctant to do so. Without citizenship, Philip could not have continued his career in the British navy, which was literally all he had. Without that career, he would have been reduced to wandering around fancy European watering holes using his title and looks to attract a rich woman.
Once he was engaged to Princess Elizabeth, all those issues with his citizenship melted away. He got his career, though it was, ironically, cut short by George VI's early death. But his future as Prince Consort was definitey better than being a jumped-up gigolo in Biarritz.
|by Anonymous||reply 87||02/17/2021|
But is his cock curved?
|by Anonymous||reply 88||02/17/2021|
Paul Bettany would have been a fantastic Philip. Too bad that casting didn't work out.
|by Anonymous||reply 89||02/17/2021|
Quite handsome as a young man. I can see why Queenie was all over that. Any good looks in the family came from him or Diana. Still looks good at 99. Hope he can pull through to 100 like Captain Tom Moore.
|by Anonymous||reply 90||02/17/2021|
But I won’t Bally Die before that numbskull rush Limbaugh, I do say
|by Anonymous||reply 91||02/17/2021|
Elizabeth was obsessed with Philip from the age of 13. Her family wasn't crazy about the marriage despite Philip's pedigree, but she was insistent.
I wonder if his acting out so much during the 50s and 60s was a simple mid-life crisis or stored up resentment over having to 1) make his fortunes via marriage and 2) give up the naval career that gave him a sense of control and accomplishment. That would be on par for a man of his background.
|by Anonymous||reply 92||02/17/2021|
[quote] "do to COVID he won’t get a state funeral"
|by Anonymous||reply 93||02/17/2021|
Matt Smith is probably one of the better actors - if you can say that - in The Crown. I thought he really inhabited the Prince Philip role - almost dominating the series at some points with the sheer power of his performance. Great presence, great acting, such a great counterpoint to the equally powerful Queen presence.
|by Anonymous||reply 94||02/17/2021|
R90 Yes, Philip was an attractive man, and Harry actually is the spitting image of him. He aged well always looking younger than his usual age until about a few years ago. I think one of the reasons he retired in 2017 was the fact he was becoming frailer and didn't want to be seen in a declining state.
R90 & R92 One of the reasons the Queen fell for Philip was because he was not stuffy and he had a good sense of humour. Despite the Queen's reserved and almost grumpy exterior, she loves to laugh. It's said that Harold Wilson was the her favourite PM because he made her laugh the most. The Queen Mum and King George VI wanted Elizabeth to marry an English Duke and were distrusting of Philip partly because of his background and partly because of his close links with Lord Monbatten.
|by Anonymous||reply 95||02/17/2021|
R93, meet r26.
|by Anonymous||reply 96||02/17/2021|
I take it back, r94. I was thinking of Tobias Menzies not Matt Smith. Oh well. But Matt Smith was good, striking looks. But Tobias Menzies was devastatingly effective as Prince Philip, IMO.
|by Anonymous||reply 97||02/17/2021|
Who is playing the much older Philip in Seasons 5 and 6? Has that casting decision been made?
|by Anonymous||reply 98||02/17/2021|
R97 I like Tobias Menzies a lot but I actually think he didn't get enough to do as Philip. He was really relegated to the background in season 4.
|by Anonymous||reply 99||02/17/2021|
Jonathan Price has been cast in Seasons 5 and 6.
|by Anonymous||reply 100||02/17/2021|
Philip wasn't all that interesting from a dramatic standpoint once he got older. Neither was the Queen. That's why Season 4 was dominated by the Charles and Diana story. The Queen's story doesn't really get juicy again until the divorce and Diana's subsequent death. Of course, that territory has already been covered by the film.
|by Anonymous||reply 101||02/17/2021|
He’s on my death pool for 2021.
|by Anonymous||reply 102||02/17/2021|
Pryce is decent casting. Not a perfect fit, but I can't think of anyone in that age group who would be a better fit. Unless they want to get James Cromwell back--I thought he was great in the film.
|by Anonymous||reply 103||02/17/2021|
He is freakin 99, he is one everyone's death pool r102.
|by Anonymous||reply 104||02/17/2021|
The late Alan Rickman would have been good.
|by Anonymous||reply 105||02/17/2021|
R50. It is true that in long term marriages , if one spouse goes, then the other usually follows.
However, QEII and DoE don't live together, and have spent the past few years apart in different locations. Also QEII is surrounded by long term aides/staff and has an incredible social support system, including her children who all live nearby, as well as doting grandchildren.
I think QEII will survive many years after the death of the DoE.
|by Anonymous||reply 106||02/17/2021|
I have a hard time imagining grief taking down the Queen like it would your typical long time partner. She's.... a force in her own right.
|by Anonymous||reply 107||02/17/2021|
R104 Damn you, he has been on my death pool for at least 10 years now and this might finally be the end.
I will feel sorry for poor Liz, she truly loves the old man.
|by Anonymous||reply 108||02/17/2021|
I hope the Queen makes it to 100, it's only five more years. Her mother lived to 101 and SHE was shitfaced drunk every day of her life!
|by Anonymous||reply 109||02/17/2021|
Harry can't be a pallbearer. He's holding my hand that day. Or my purse.
|by Anonymous||reply 110||02/17/2021|
All this talk about his looks, and not one of you bitches was considerate enough to post a picture! DL is slipping...
|by Anonymous||reply 111||02/17/2021|
Liz still enjoys several cocktails a day.
|by Anonymous||reply 112||02/17/2021|
[quote]He was eating Queenie's pussy while holding her upside down as he skull-fucked her- and lost his balance.
They were playing "Catherine the Great" again.
|by Anonymous||reply 113||02/17/2021|
No one prays harder that he doesn't die quickly than Meagain.
A girl doesn't come up with a watertight excuse to miss that one on the fly.
|by Anonymous||reply 114||02/17/2021|
I'd still like a look at Phillip, say in 1955, in all his naked glory.
|by Anonymous||reply 115||02/17/2021|
R112 Actually, it was noted a few years ago that the Queen stopped drinking alcohol (at least at public functions) a few years ago. She only drinks ice water at state dinners and receptions now. The rumour is that she has hypertension and is on medication for it (this is why she's sported a few burst blood vessels in her eyes over the years). On the other side, I believe Philip has hypotension. The constant darkness around his eyes are a sure sign of that.
|by Anonymous||reply 116||02/17/2021|
I've always found it odd that two people who were as good-looking as Philip and Elizabeth had such ugly, ugly children. All five of their kids are real fuggos, but they were both quite attractive. Weird how genetics work sometimes.
|by Anonymous||reply 117||02/17/2021|
R-82 You're welcome. I so much prefer when the Lounge avoids all the political anger (hard to avoid these days) and focuses on the things that truly matter.
|by Anonymous||reply 118||02/17/2021|
Excuse me, of course they have four children and not five. Whoops, sorry!
|by Anonymous||reply 119||02/17/2021|
R117- Same thing happened to my parents. But, I will say that in his early days- Andrew was something to push out of bed..
|by Anonymous||reply 120||02/17/2021|
R117 I know several beautiful people who made total uggos. My cousin and his wife are stunningly gorgeous and their kid looks like a potato.
|by Anonymous||reply 121||02/17/2021|
Supposedly Andrew has a different father.
|by Anonymous||reply 122||02/17/2021|
Look, everything is FINE! I am resuming my normal duties, out greeting the public and sampling the bloody wares, and making the bloody small talk. No schedule changes, no rushing off to the hospital. He's 99 yrs old for fuck's sake! He doesn't even know where the bloody hell he is. And Mummy think's he's gone out for a buggy ride with his "niece." She's going to continue with her day, she loves Zooming.
|by Anonymous||reply 123||02/17/2021|
Hypertension doesn't mean you have to stop drinking, as long as you're on medication.
|by Anonymous||reply 124||02/17/2021|
You got that backwards, R122. Andrew has fathered a lot of different children.
|by Anonymous||reply 125||02/17/2021|
The Queen was a pleasant looking young woman but never a beauty. Those German genes overruled Philip's stunning beauty.
|by Anonymous||reply 126||02/17/2021|
[quote] do to COVID he won’t get a state funeral
He's been very clear he does not want one. He wants a small family funeral service at the Chapel of St. George's at Windsor.
|by Anonymous||reply 127||02/17/2021|
By the time this Dailymail article loads he'll be a goner
|by Anonymous||reply 128||02/17/2021|
If he is about to die I hope it's today, so he can upstage that POS Rush Limbaugh.
|by Anonymous||reply 129||02/17/2021|
R117 Actually, Anne, Andrew and Edward were all fairly good looking in their youth, but they did not age well. I think Edward actually has aged the best out of their children.
|by Anonymous||reply 130||02/17/2021|
R117, Anne and Andrew and even Edward were vey attractive in their youth. But then the House of Windsor genes asserted themselves and they broke. Charles was never good looking. They tried to imbue him with a sexual aura, and poor ditzy Diana fell for the hype, but he always reminded me of Ichabod Crane.
|by Anonymous||reply 131||02/17/2021|
The Official Death Announcement is imminent!
|by Anonymous||reply 132||02/17/2021|
The rumor was that Lord Porchester was Andrew's father.
|by Anonymous||reply 133||02/17/2021|
Just the mere mention of him used to set my lady bits ablaze!
|by Anonymous||reply 134||02/17/2021|
I don't see a resemblance between Andrew and Lord Porchester.
|by Anonymous||reply 135||02/17/2021|
R128 He's 99 and therefore at death's front door regardless if he's in the hospital or not. That being said, if this was it, we'd have more signs of it. I hope he pulls through mostly for the Queen because it would be shitty if he goes now while she still has to live on in a COVID isolation.
R133 That rumour is bull. The Queen is a woman of her era, she would not cheat on her husband. Also, Andrew looks a lot like Philip's father (whose name was also Andrew).
|by Anonymous||reply 136||02/17/2021|
While I agree that Elizabeth didn't have a baby with a man other than her husband, R136, I cannot buy that "woman of her era" bullshit. Women (and men) have been having sex outside their marriage since the institution began. Human nature doesn't change. We're just more open and accepting about it now. I can believe that some couples remain monogamous for their entire marriage, but I refuse to believe that cheating is a new thing.
|by Anonymous||reply 137||02/17/2021|
[quote]My cousin and his wife are stunningly gorgeous and their kid looks like a potato.
Is your cousin Viggo Mortensen?
|by Anonymous||reply 138||02/17/2021|
[quote] Why does good dick have to die so young?
|by Anonymous||reply 139||02/17/2021|
R137 I think what R136 is referring to is that fact in that it's fairly well-known (at least in biographies written about the Queen) that she very much believes that it's more 'natural' for men to cheat and that it's the duty of a wife to look the other way. I mean that's basically what she's done her whole married life if the rumours about Philip are true.
|by Anonymous||reply 140||02/17/2021|
R138, I thought of the exact same case! Mortensen was so beautiful in Lord of the Rings.
|by Anonymous||reply 141||02/17/2021|
So - how big of a funeral would they have? Does he qualify for a State funeral?s
|by Anonymous||reply 142||02/17/2021|
The Times striking a note of "concern" today:
[italics]However, despite the palace’s optimistic tone the fact that the duke has had to go into hospital four months before his hundredth birthday will inevitably raise concern.
|by Anonymous||reply 143||02/17/2021|
R130 and R131, you've taken the words out of my mouth. All three of those kids had a brief period of being attractive. Andrew was sexy for a few years in the 80s with his occasional beard, and Edward was a real cutie when Charles got married (he was only 17 at the time) but that was also for a short time.
Both of their parents kept their looks for longer than any of those three kids (Charles was always fug), and Philip kept his looks for years!
R95, I agree that Harry is like Philip to an extent, but I think it's one of those cases where there's a resemblance, but one of the two is attractive (Philip) and the other is not (Harry).
|by Anonymous||reply 144||02/17/2021|
Edward has waited a long time to be Duke of Edinburgh but once the Queen dies William will become Duke of Edinburgh and Duke of Cornwall and Prince of Wales.
|by Anonymous||reply 145||02/17/2021|
William won't need the Edinburgh title. He'll be Duke of Cambridge and Cornwall and Prince of Wales. May as well let Uncle Eddie have it.
|by Anonymous||reply 146||02/17/2021|
Andrew won't be getting any more titles, will he?
|by Anonymous||reply 147||02/17/2021|
That fairy will never have my title!
|by Anonymous||reply 148||02/17/2021|
This just in...Prince Philip, Duke of Limbaugh had been hospitalized with Legionnaire's disease after winning their Medal. His wife, Elizabeth Taylor, is on the phone now. Elizabeth tell us about your award winning movie role as the Queen of England. Has your daughter, Meghan called you from Oprah Windfrey's house?
|by Anonymous||reply 149||02/17/2021|
My understanding, R147, is that Edward is the only one who is in line for a promotion, but who gets what royal dukedom seems to be in the gift of the sovereign (unlike the normal dukedoms). I'm not quite sure why R156 thinks that William would automatically become Duke of Edinburgh on the Queen's death. Also, I understand that William will automatically when/if his father ascends the throne, but would have to declared Prince of Wales separately (investiture, etc.).
|by Anonymous||reply 150||02/17/2021|
*will automatically become Duke of Cornwall
|by Anonymous||reply 151||02/17/2021|
Wrong, R145. When Philip does Edward will become Duke of Edinburgh. Once Charles is coronated, William will be invested as Prince of Wales.
Also, some of you are seriously confused....neither Charles nor William would hold multiple dukedoms. Prince of Wales/Duke of Cornwall outranks Duke of Cambridge and Duke of Edinburgh.
|by Anonymous||reply 152||02/17/2021|
Fergie's pact with the devil seems to be bearing fruit: a grandson and her nemesis may be on his way out all in the same week.
|by Anonymous||reply 153||02/17/2021|
I just wanna see if he's really the Undead, or not. Don't they all get their blood replaced every few weeks?
|by Anonymous||reply 154||02/17/2021|
Not to mention, R153, due to COVID procedures, Windsor Castle has reduced their staff, so Fergie will have ample time to collect silverware and trinkets to pawn.
|by Anonymous||reply 155||02/17/2021|
[quote]Once Charles is coronated, William will be invested as Prince of Wales.
Charles has already been coronated, but fortunately survived the illness well enough, and has now had his vaccine.
|by Anonymous||reply 156||02/17/2021|
Why would William get the Edinburgh title? There's no precedent attached to it. Besides, it's agreed for Edward and then passes (as non-royal) to his son.
|by Anonymous||reply 157||02/17/2021|
Has there ever been an instance in history where the queen regnant of one country/kingdom married the king of another?
|by Anonymous||reply 158||02/17/2021|
Off the top of my head, R158, Mary Tudor married King Philip II of Spain. They had no children.
|by Anonymous||reply 159||02/17/2021|
So...will it be Prince Philip and Rush Limbaugh on the same day??
|by Anonymous||reply 160||02/17/2021|
Also Isabella and Ferdinand. Isabella was Queen of Castile and married the King of Aragon. Together they joined the two neighboring kingdoms dynastically and essentially created the Kingdom of Spain (though it didn't offically become that for a couple hundred more years).
|by Anonymous||reply 161||02/17/2021|
When a royal dies, Canadians get the day off!!!
|by Anonymous||reply 162||02/17/2021|
>> >> do to COVID he won’t get a state funeral
>> He's been very clear he does not want one. He wants a small family funeral service at the Chapel of St. George's at Windsor.
Correct. He and HM argued about this for years. She wanted a full state funeral at Westminster or St. Paul's but she finally acquiesced to his desire to have a military funeral at St. George's Chapel at Windsor. But it won't be a small family service. He'll get full Naval honors and the 800 seat chapel will likely be full (unless Covid intervenes).
|by Anonymous||reply 163||02/17/2021|
do to COVID
|by Anonymous||reply 164||02/17/2021|
It's odd to say given he's 99, but I actually don't think it's his time yet. It just doesn't fell like it's urgent enough. If he's feeling generally tired and unwell the key concerns the doctors would have is his heart (e.g. are their blocked arteries), internal bleeding, or fluid on the brain or in the lungs. They may also be checking for signs of stroke.
|by Anonymous||reply 165||02/17/2021|
Queenie did a Zoom call this afternoon — doubt it’s all that serious.
At his age, and with his status, a high blood pressure or feeling dizzy is to get him hospitalised.
|by Anonymous||reply 166||02/17/2021|
Oh, for God's sake, just die already.
|by Anonymous||reply 167||02/17/2021|
It is rumored that Sarah, Duchess of York will be delivering Philip's eulogy, that is, when he passes. At the moment, the Duchess wishes the Duke a speedy recovery.
|by Anonymous||reply 168||02/17/2021|
Oh, my god!
How does it feel, sMEG, to have the spotlight stolen from under your bump? I believe Prince Phillip did this for Princess Eugenia.
|by Anonymous||reply 169||02/17/2021|
This is what all the people bashing Meghan nonstop reduces itself to. Blaming her for Prince Phillip, a [bold] 99 [/bold] year old living corpse, going to the fucking hospital. Pathetic fraus on here and the Daily Mail comment section.
|by Anonymous||reply 170||02/17/2021|
Did Philip ask Markle if she were okay for pushing her off the baby bump headlines before he checked into the hospital?
I mean, no one ever asks if she's okay.
|by Anonymous||reply 171||02/17/2021|
R171. Markle is never okay. Just ask her.
|by Anonymous||reply 172||02/17/2021|
[quote] Also, some of you are seriously confused....neither Charles nor William would hold multiple dukedoms.
Charles already holds multiple dukedoms. He is the Duke of Cornwall as well as the Duke of Rothesay. When he becomes sovereign he will lose them both to William, but he will automatically become Duke of Lancaster as well as King.
|by Anonymous||reply 173||02/17/2021|
Has anyone asked Meghan how she's feeling?
|by Anonymous||reply 174||02/17/2021|
if Philip dies before the Queen, there's no realignment of titles-- until the Queen also dies.
The palace announced back when Prince Edward got married and became Earl of Wessex that only when BOTH his parents are dead (and not before), he will be made HRH the Duke of Edinburgh. I am not sure if he will retain the title of Earl of Wessex, or if that will be then given as a courtesy title to his son James, who is now the Viscount Severn.
When the Queen dies, Charles automatically becomes sovereign (the King) and the Duke of Lancaster. William automatically becomes the Duke of Cornwall and the Duke of Rothesay (they are both titles automatically held by the male direct heir of the current sovereign); the Prince of Wales is not an automatic title, and will have to be bestowed upon William by his father the King (probably a year after the King's coronation). Harry's son Archie will in law become a prince, as the grandson of a British monarch, and his unborn sibling will become a prince or princess too for the same reason; but they are likely not to use those titles (just as Edward's children do not use their princely titles, although in law they have them) until they are of legal age and can decide for themselves whether they want to use them.
No one else gets new titles. Anne remains Princess Royal, Andrew remains Duke of York, Harry remains Duke of Sussex. The Dukes of Gloucester and Kent (the other two royal dukes, held by the Queen's younger cousins) will retain their titles; Princess Alexandra of Kent and Prince Michael of Kent retain their titles; Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie of York retain their titles. (This is all contingent upon Charles as sovereign not breaking with precedent, of course.)
When William's two sons eventually marry, they will likely both be given royal dukedoms by whomever is the king (Charles or William) if they continue to follow the current model. After both Anne dies and Charles dies, Princess Charlotte will probably be made the Princess Royal by King William V (there can only be one living Princess Royal at a time, and it is a title that can only be given to the eldest or only daughter of the current sovereign). Charlotte is unlikely to receive a royal dukedom when she marries if they follow the current model.
|by Anonymous||reply 175||02/17/2021|
[quote] Once Charles is coronated,
You're not coronated. You're CROWNED.
|by Anonymous||reply 176||02/17/2021|
Will Markle attend Philip's funeral regardless of when it happens whether during her pregnancy or after the kid is born?
|by Anonymous||reply 177||02/17/2021|
She'll plead pregnancy complications as a way of getting out of the funeral. I'd be surprised if she ever went to the UK again.
|by Anonymous||reply 178||02/17/2021|
Oh, she'll go. Whistling all the way.
|by Anonymous||reply 179||02/17/2021|
I wonder if they'll still be doing Royal dukedoms for younger sons by the time Louie wants to get married.
|by Anonymous||reply 180||02/17/2021|
Yes, I ponder this as well while reading the NYT on the shitter.
|by Anonymous||reply 181||02/17/2021|
[quote] Charlotte is unlikely to receive a royal dukedom when she marries if they follow the current model.
If her dad is king by that point, then won't her husband get an earldom, like Princess Margaret's husband did?
|by Anonymous||reply 182||02/17/2021|
[quote] Will Markle attend Philip's funeral r
Only if I get "And Special Guest" billing!
|by Anonymous||reply 183||02/17/2021|
[quote] If her dad is king by that point, then won't her husband get an earldom, like Princess Margaret's husband did?
It depends if she and her husband want it. Princess Anne refused earldoms for both her husbands.
|by Anonymous||reply 184||02/17/2021|
I would bet Meghan will try to avoid going home for Philip's funeral if she possibly can, and let Harry go alone.
But she'll have to go for the Queen's funeral, and certainly for Charles's coronation (if she and Harry are still married at that point).
|by Anonymous||reply 185||02/17/2021|
Jack Brooksbank was also offered a courtesy title but turned it down, although probably not an earldom.
|by Anonymous||reply 186||02/17/2021|
I’d like him to make it to 100, but if his time must be up, please let him go out at a time that will cause massive loss of publicity to H&M and their ridiculous Oprah interview .
|by Anonymous||reply 187||02/17/2021|
What this thread needs is more talk about Meghan Markle!
|by Anonymous||reply 188||02/17/2021|
R158 Queen Isabel of Castle married King Ferdinand of Aragon and they ruled jointly.
|by Anonymous||reply 189||02/17/2021|
******PRINCE PHILIP DEAD - NOT!!!!!!!*******
|by Anonymous||reply 190||02/17/2021|
"Philip was an attractive man, and Harry is the spitting image of gim."
|by Anonymous||reply 191||02/17/2021|
r191, why are you posting in ebonics?
|by Anonymous||reply 192||02/17/2021|
R189, there was also the short-lived union of Mary Tudor and Philip of Spain. Of course, that didn't go anywhere, whereas the marriage of Isabella and Ferdinand united Spain.
|by Anonymous||reply 193||02/17/2021|
R192 talks to himself, R191
I know, sad
|by Anonymous||reply 194||02/17/2021|
Harry does look like Philip:
|by Anonymous||reply 195||02/17/2021|
He does, except Harry has beady eyes and his nose is just a bit different. But the eyes and balding red hair on Harry is very unattractive to me. ( I have never cared for red hair on men, idk why.)
|by Anonymous||reply 196||02/17/2021|
[quote] When a royal dies, Canadians get the day off!!!
ZuZu, you need to listen to teacher more during world history.
|by Anonymous||reply 197||02/17/2021|
He just needs to hang on 4 more months to make 100.
|by Anonymous||reply 198||02/17/2021|
R196 I always thought Harry looked like Farkas from A Christmas Story.
|by Anonymous||reply 199||02/17/2021|
Get back to me when he finally bites the dust.
|by Anonymous||reply 200||02/17/2021|
He accomplished more in an hour of his life than you did in the entirety of yours, OP.
|by Anonymous||reply 201||02/17/2021|
[quote]R29 If the old boy could survive Co-Ved then he will survive this latest bout of feeling under the weather as well.
Covid probably trashed his lungs or other organs, leaving him more vulnerable.
Why couldn’t he wear a damn mask?
|by Anonymous||reply 202||02/17/2021|
I've always admired him, and will be very sad for his family when he finally dies. He's a very interesting individual.
|by Anonymous||reply 203||02/17/2021|
That’s one way to put it.
|by Anonymous||reply 204||02/17/2021|
He's an old-school aristocrat who is uninterested in celebrity and doesn't pander to the masses.
|by Anonymous||reply 205||02/17/2021|
[quote]R50 If Philip goes, the Queen will probably follow within a year.
One can only hope.
One less gaping maw sucking incessantly at the public teat (despite being one of the richest women in the world.
|by Anonymous||reply 206||02/17/2021|
[quote]R87 it was absolutely vital for Philip to make that marriage to the future Queen. He courted her assiduously once it became clear she was attracted to him, often spending holidays dancing attendance on Lilibet at Windsor
And some say MEGHAN was an opportunist (!!)
|by Anonymous||reply 207||02/17/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 208||02/17/2021|
Fuck you, Op. Just fuck you.
|by Anonymous||reply 209||02/17/2021|
Fuck off, R21.
|by Anonymous||reply 210||02/17/2021|
Chris AND Haley, GTHOOH.
Why was she chosen for this show?!
|by Anonymous||reply 211||02/17/2021|
OMG! HAHAHA! I thought I was on "Primetimer" just then!
|by Anonymous||reply 212||02/17/2021|
R207 Philip was such an opportunist he stayed married to her for over 70 years, undertook an active round of royal duties until he was 95 and always ensured that at public events, the Queen was the center of attention.
|by Anonymous||reply 213||02/17/2021|
I like the old bastard. He’s done a lot of good for wildlife conservation. And kind of like that he wouldn’t put up with Charles’ whining.
|by Anonymous||reply 214||02/17/2021|
^^Philip is from the "let's just get on with it" generation, like the Queen. They don't do whining and self-pity. Given the events they lived through in their younger years, it would've been impossible to be like that.
|by Anonymous||reply 215||02/17/2021|
[quote]R213 Philip was such an opportunist he stayed married to her for over 70 years... and always ensured that at public events, the Queen was the center of attention.
Translation: pussy whipped.
|by Anonymous||reply 216||02/17/2021|
He insisted that if the reigning duties were her responsibility, then the family would get to be his.
And look what a great job he did with that!
|by Anonymous||reply 217||02/17/2021|
r29 He has never had covid.
|by Anonymous||reply 218||02/17/2021|
What's he ever done to you?
Are you even from the UK? I'm guessing not since wrote admitted to A hospital.
I'm sorry that you don't have better things to do than wish death on a 99 year old man.
|by Anonymous||reply 219||02/17/2021|
[quote] ...Philip was an attractive man, and Harry actually is the spitting image of him.
Please make an appointment to have a thorough eye exam.
And since I'm alaready here, Harry and Meghan are tiresome and they shouldn't make such a show of themselves.
|by Anonymous||reply 220||02/17/2021|
[quote] ...Philip was an attractive man, and Harry actually is the spitting image of him.
Please make an appointment to have a thorough eye exam.
And since I'm alaready here, Harry and Meghan are tiresome and they shouldn't make such a show of themselves.
|by Anonymous||reply 221||02/17/2021|
^Accidental double post. Apologies.
|by Anonymous||reply 222||02/17/2021|
Harry resembles his father and grandfather, but like Charles, he didn't end up handsome like his grandfather. Philip and Elizabeth's genes mixed in just the wrong way to produce Charles: Phillip's close-set eyes and thin lips with Elizabeth's heavy German bone structure, drooping nose, and jug ears.
Harry got the close-set Mountbatten eyes, thin lips, and hawkish nose, hence the more-than-passing resemblance to Philip. But his bone structure is like his mother's, and his coloring is all ruddy Spencer (unlike Diana, who had the large blue eyes and blonde hair inherited from her American great-grandmother, Frances Work). That difference created a nice-looking man but not the stunner Phillip was when he was young.
The way genes mix up are always interesting.
|by Anonymous||reply 223||02/17/2021|
[quote]The way genes mix up are always interesting.
True. Just look at the Willis/Moore offspring for another example. Bruce and Demi were very good-looking in their youth, but their genes combined in just the wrong way to produce three daughters who could give the Gorgon Sisters a run for their money.
|by Anonymous||reply 224||02/17/2021|
[quote] ^^Philip is from the "let's just get on with it" generation, like the Queen. They don't do whining and self-pity. Given the events they lived through in their younger years, it would've been impossible to be like that.
His wife is stoic, but he actually is not. He complained endlessly during his first ten years of her monarchy. It's in her biographies: he complained how he was not being treated with enough respect by courtiers, how he didn't get enough time to forge a more impressive career in the navy given his father-in-law's early death, how he wasn't able originally to hand down his family name to his children, how his son outranked him until the queen altered the rules of precedence. And he passed his constant carping and self-pitying down to Charles, who in turn passed it down to Harry.
|by Anonymous||reply 225||02/17/2021|
But Philip never complained in public.
|by Anonymous||reply 226||02/17/2021|
He was often a horse's ass in public, though. Philip had a really difficult childhood, but he seemed to find some sense of peace and identity as a naval officer. Had George VI lived as long as his older brother, thus giving Philip an extra twenty years to make his own mark in the Navy, he might not have ended up such a nasty old coot. He IS dutiful and hard-working, but he's also a rude, selfish monster, and that's been true since the 1950s.
|by Anonymous||reply 227||02/17/2021|
Thank you, baby! Glub, glub, glub!
|by Anonymous||reply 228||02/17/2021|
In the early years of their marriage Philip also often complained to friends and acquaintances that he couldn't keep Elizabeth out of his bed, that she wanted it incessantly. He did this parties. He became so notorious for it King George had to summon him to a private audience and sternly order him to stop. That's documented in at least one biography.
|by Anonymous||reply 229||02/17/2021|
^ did this at parties.
|by Anonymous||reply 230||02/17/2021|
That story makes him sound like an insecure man who is resentful of the woman he (at least partly) married for her money and position. Since the world saw him as a studhorse, he was boasting to everyone about how dickmatized Lilibet really was. A nasty piece of work: No wonder her family wanted her to marry Lord Porchester.
|by Anonymous||reply 231||02/17/2021|
Found an interesting THE Princess Margaret documentary on YouTube last night: Princess Margaret The Queen of Mustique
|by Anonymous||reply 232||02/18/2021|
[quote]He IS dutiful and hard-working, but he's also a rude, selfish monster, and that's been true since the 1950s.
This dynamic so reminds me of one in my family. A male relative did well after a tough start, married 'up', and was usually unpleasant to be around. Always overcompensating and keeping normal interaction at bay with rudeness and punching down, to his own delight. Philip's manner has always reminded me of this person, almost as though he was some sort of role model.
|by Anonymous||reply 233||02/18/2021|
I would love to see how r223 looks with her assessment of people's looks
|by Anonymous||reply 234||02/18/2021|
I keep thinking if it was high odds he was going down the drain he'd be at home to die, not in hospital, so suggest whatever ails him it is regarded as fixable/treatable.
|by Anonymous||reply 235||02/18/2021|
Mohammad al-Fayed has the eulogy ready!
|by Anonymous||reply 236||02/18/2021|
Good points, r235. However, thinking that Philip might be wanting to see his GF before it's too late.
|by Anonymous||reply 237||02/18/2021|
He's in a for some very subtle implant work.
Call me crazy, but you'll come crawling back to this thread to apologize when you see him on the beach this summer flaunting perky pecs, curvy calves, and a perfectly peachy posterior.
|by Anonymous||reply 238||02/18/2021|
My grandparents were the same generation as Philip and the Queen: my grandfather was born in 1923 and my gran in 1925. Their generation is (almost "was" because there are so few of them left) very much "gruff" and stoic. My grandfather was a lot like Philip: temperamental, a bit rude, wanted to be treated like 'the man of the house,' and totally an no fuss attitude. His line always was: "just bloody well get on with it."
I actually think a lot of that stems from the war. You didn't have time to moan and think about your feelings, your goal was kill the enemy and stay alive. My grandparents had a very traditional marriage in that my grandfather was always the head of the family and my gran was a housewife. I think a lot of Philip's issues early on where based on the predominate idea that the man is head of the family but because his wife was Queen, he was very much a back fiddle. Added to that, Philip was hated by the court not for his temperament but for his modernizing zeal. The Queen's advisors wanted to keep the monarchy functioning as it had since George V's day (in all honesty, the way the monarchy operates hasn't actually changed much since the 1920s) but Philip pushed for changes, some of which were adopted and worked and others not so much (see 1969 Royal Documentary).
Yes there were tensions in the marriage, and Philip I think felt undervalued but at the same time, and it's an odd contradiction, he doesn't really like being the center of attention. But the Queen wasn't kidding when she's said he's been her rock. If you look at footage throughout their royal engagements together, you can clear see moments when the Queen is worn out or just overwhelmed (she is a very shy person) and he just gives her a look or he'll say something silly to her and she calms down.
|by Anonymous||reply 239||02/18/2021|
I have always found them endearing together. They made me smile. It was obvious that she adores him. They both seem to love and respect each other and I agree that he has been a hugh support for her always makes her smile. I dread either one being gone and it will be very sad when it happens.
|by Anonymous||reply 240||02/18/2021|
I'mma tell you whut.... Phil has prolly already bought the farm so to speak...They will keep his ass on ice, and not tell anyone abut it, for the next four months because they can then announce he is 100 yrs old. Wait a few weeks and that's it. Dunzo! He. Is. Dead. They can have a lovely June funeral. Get more people vaccinated so they'll turn out..
|by Anonymous||reply 241||02/18/2021|
This doesn't seem promising. Prince Harry is in self-isolation in should he need to return to the UK. Side note, Meghan is not.
|by Anonymous||reply 242||02/18/2021|
Isolation? How will he film the Oprah special then?
|by Anonymous||reply 243||02/18/2021|
Shouldn't he be dashing back now so he can say goodbye?
|by Anonymous||reply 244||02/18/2021|
R243 They've already filmed it. That was confirmed by ITV but H&M's camp said it hasn't...but it has.
|by Anonymous||reply 245||02/18/2021|
Didn't Gail just say a day or so ago that it hasn't been filmed yet and that Oprah spent last weekend "working on the questions"?
|by Anonymous||reply 246||02/18/2021|
R246 Again H&Ms camp (which included Oprah and Gayle) are saying it hasn't, but Chris Ship from ITV (who broke the story) says it has. It's likely news leaked from someone who filmed or is editing it.
|by Anonymous||reply 247||02/18/2021|
Philip after gaining one great-grandchild with Fergie's DNA and realising he's about to get a second with Meghan's:
|by Anonymous||reply 248||02/18/2021|
Meghan: I'm going to give a tell all interview and let the world now I really feel, and no one will stop me.
Philip: Bitch, hold my beer.
|by Anonymous||reply 249||02/18/2021|
He's not gonna die...it's a ruse. Just wait. One more day or two and he will be trotting right back to Windsor for those buggy rides with his "Niece" whom he is very fond of.
Now Charles will probably talk to Harry and tell him to come on so he can say good bye.
|by Anonymous||reply 250||02/18/2021|
Harry doesn't want to see the one person in the family who will berate him to his face for his mammoth disrespect of the Queen.
|by Anonymous||reply 251||02/18/2021|
In all honesty, I believe Harry is probably being kept in the dark other than getting a call from a royal staff member saying you're grandpa is in hospital. This is likely just a precaution.
|by Anonymous||reply 252||02/18/2021|
R250 if you’re going to be snide about Philip’s friendship with Penny Mountbatten you could at least get the relationship right.
Penelope Eastwood married Norton Knatchbull, the son of Philip’s cousin (and Elizabeth’s first cousin once removed) Patricia (who became Countess Mountbatten of Burma on the death of her father Earl Mountbatten, Philip’s uncle).
With the death of Patricia, Norton became the new Earl and Penny his Countess. However Norton left Penny for another woman and moved to somewhere in the Caribbean to be with her, leaving Penny in charge of Broadlands, the Mountbatten family estate. This she did, very well.
It’s believed that both the Queen and Philip sided with Penny over the whole thing, and still do.
Norton subsequently left the other woman and moved back home where he now lives in a cottage on the estate with Penny still in charge, running the estate and living in the big house.
It’s assumed that Philip and Penny are at the least very close friends, possibly more. But that presumably doesn’t bother the Queen as Penny is regularly seen accompanying the Queen on the drive to church on Sundays at Sandringham - a sure and public sign of HM’s approval.
All very jolly as the Mitfords would say, and it obviously works well for all involved except, perhaps, for Penny’s husband, banished from his own house and possibly cuckolded by his mother’s 99 year old cousin.
Penny was beautiful when young, and still is, fir a woman of a certain age.
|by Anonymous||reply 253||02/18/2021|
I hope his Indian, South African, Virgin Islander and Turkish-Dutch doctors and nurses aren't dwelling on the little "witticisms" and "misstatements" Philly has spouted about non-U, non-English people for the last 96 years.
That would be distracting for them.
|by Anonymous||reply 254||02/18/2021|
Well, it looks like this bullet has been dodged. Wily Phil hid behind another prince and the Grim Reaper was too distracted by TikTok to even notice that he had grabbed the wrong one.
|by Anonymous||reply 255||02/18/2021|
For our medical types, assuming he could receive all manner of care in the privacy of Windsor Castle, what reason do you think he has been kept in the hospital three nights.
|by Anonymous||reply 256||02/18/2021|
People his age are prone to UTI that can develop into deadly kidney infections. I believe he's had these before - he may have been hospitalized to deal with this again even if it was resolving, as a precautionary measure.
|by Anonymous||reply 257||02/18/2021|
What good is it for Harry to 'isolate' in California in case he gets a call?
Surely he can isolate all he wants but he'll have to fly (private jet, obviously) which means coming into contact with at least a few people who have not isolated. It's pointless.
|by Anonymous||reply 258||02/18/2021|
R257 Yes. Philip has a history with bladder infections. That's what caused him to miss some of the major events for the Diamond Jubilee in 2012. In the elderly, UTIs can quickly turn into kidney infection or even sepsis.
|by Anonymous||reply 259||02/18/2021|
[quote]R244 Shouldn't he be dashing back now so he can say goodbye?
Why would he travel during a pandemic?
Are you mentally retarded?
|by Anonymous||reply 260||02/18/2021|
R260, travel is allowed during a pandemic. First, Harry probably has had the vaccine. Second, if you isolate before and after arriving (and are tested regularly) you can travel.
|by Anonymous||reply 261||02/19/2021|
Why would Harry have had it? I don't know the rules in California, but in my state we've only just entered the 65+ phase.
|by Anonymous||reply 262||02/19/2021|
Harry doesn't need to isolate. He has only been in contact with Megs and Archie...and their domestic help...all 10 of them!
|by Anonymous||reply 263||02/19/2021|
R262, Harry is rich and has notable contacts. You don’t think he took advantage of that? I bet every rich prominent Californian has had the vaccine.
|by Anonymous||reply 264||02/19/2021|
Personally I think Harry is "isolating" because he intends to go to the UK to see his grandfather. I think he wants to see him now, before he passes on and of course he will go back for the funeral.
|by Anonymous||reply 265||02/19/2021|
R265 He would be able to see him in hospital because of COVID restrictions. It sounds like H&M leaked this story to the press (as they always do) so we would know their reaction to Philip's illness.
|by Anonymous||reply 266||02/19/2021|
Isolating before air travel to another country is pointless unless you're isolating with all the airport workers and the pilots and stewards with whom you will come into relative contact during the trip.
Isolation has to happen AFTER the journey and before you enter the country for it to mean anything.
|by Anonymous||reply 267||02/19/2021|
R267 Harry would likely qualify from diplomatic immunity meaning as long as he provides a negative covid test upon arrival in the UK he wouldn't have to quarantine.
The Palace has said that Philip is likely to remain in hospital until early next week out of an abundance of caution. I am thinking that the's being treated for some kind of UTI. In old patients there is a serious risk of blood poisoning or kidney failure if they are not monitored closely.
|by Anonymous||reply 268||02/19/2021|
I bet Megs has banished Harry to one wing of the manse so she can enjoy avocado smoothies and belly cupping in peace.
|by Anonymous||reply 269||02/19/2021|
Prince Philip is "in good spirits" but will spend the weekend in the hospital 'out of an abundance of caution'.
|by Anonymous||reply 270||02/19/2021|
Philip will go in the next year or two, but it doesn't feel like his time yet. I think he'll make it to the century mark.
|by Anonymous||reply 271||02/19/2021|
It would be super anticlimactic if he died right before his 100th. I hope gets to hit that century mark. Then whatever.
|by Anonymous||reply 272||02/19/2021|
r212 or on or very close to the day Harry and Meghans Oprah interview is due to be broadcast .
|by Anonymous||reply 273||02/19/2021|
Of course, even if Philip IS circling the drain, the Palace will tell us he's 'in good spirits' until well after they've pulled up the sheet. They'll announce it in their own time and own way, and they'll never reveal a senior royal is in the process of dying. That's why they got so angry when that famous wheelchair picture of Margaret got published--they didn't want it known that she was in such bad shape.
|by Anonymous||reply 274||02/19/2021|
Has Lizzy been updating her profile on Tinder and Grindr? Does she identify as cis or is she also trans now? Does her profile say "No fats, femmes, coloureds or gingers"?
|by Anonymous||reply 275||02/19/2021|
He and Big Liz should form a suicide pact. Perhaps with the whole flaming raft thing floating down the Thames, or something.
Just [italic]move on, [/italic] moocher oldies!!
|by Anonymous||reply 276||02/19/2021|
My local news says he is staying in the hospital a few more days.
|by Anonymous||reply 277||02/19/2021|
Are there any doctors or anatomy buffs on this thread to answer why do some 100 year olds look like he does in that picture? Is that what we expect to look like at 100? Thanks and just checking
|by Anonymous||reply 278||02/19/2021|
Short answer r278: genetics, and prior physical upkeep. He obviously never used sunscreen in his youth or younger adult years. Takes a toll on the skin, in tone, elasticity, and condition. He is/was fair skinned, blonde and blue-eyed. They get the worst of the damage and it shows up in old age.
But other than that he looks much like a near-100-year-old would look. Rather haggard. But mostly upright though, with a strong gait for someone that age.
|by Anonymous||reply 279||02/19/2021|
I think he's tremendous!
|by Anonymous||reply 280||02/19/2021|
I've been dreading this day for years.
|by Anonymous||reply 281||02/19/2021|
George V was on his deathbed kept hanging on and hanging on. Everyone knew it was the end but he just wouldn't die. Queen Mary and The Palace became quite concerned that he would die in the morning or early afternoon and his death would be first reported in the afternoon tabloids. So one evening, with everyone's approval, especially Queen Mary, his physician gave him a lethal cocktail of morphine and other drugs so that his death would be not only painless but first reported by the morning Times and other respectable morning papers.
Look it up if you think I'm exaggerating.
|by Anonymous||reply 282||02/19/2021|
[quote] Philip will go in the next year or two, but it doesn't feel like his time yet. I think he'll make it to the century mark.
But once that's passed, I have a pillow handy.
...What?! She'll never go until he goes first.
|by Anonymous||reply 283||02/19/2021|
He must have great genes. I remember seeing him at harry's wedding and he was walking normally, even though he just had a hip replacement a few weeks prior. I was shocked.
|by Anonymous||reply 284||02/20/2021|
He's always walked ram-rod straight, even into his mid-nineties. A very athletic specimen.
|by Anonymous||reply 285||02/20/2021|
Conversely, George VI's death was a huge shock, he went suddenly in the night at just 56.
|by Anonymous||reply 286||02/20/2021|
Prince Philip had a fall and that's why he checked into the hospital.
|by Anonymous||reply 287||02/20/2021|
R287- He was a heavy smoker, sadly. They did not know the danger of tobacco then. Many members of the royal family still smoke, which is shocking really. William and Kate smoke, it did, they may have quit. I hope so.
|by Anonymous||reply 288||02/20/2021|
Harry smoked until the harpie he married forced him to quit. Eugenie smokes.
|by Anonymous||reply 289||02/20/2021|
That harpie also smokes, lol. She is such a lying phoney.
|by Anonymous||reply 290||02/20/2021|
Prince Charles has visited his father in the hospital.
|by Anonymous||reply 291||02/20/2021|
Which is it? UTI or fall?
|by Anonymous||reply 292||02/20/2021|
[quote] First, Harry probably has had the vaccine. Second, if you isolate before and after arriving (and are tested regularly) you can travel.
And it's not as if Harry would ride with The Poors. Private flight all the way.
|by Anonymous||reply 293||02/20/2021|
R293- Well of course. He is very environmentally woke. Hypocrite Harry. 🙄
|by Anonymous||reply 294||02/20/2021|
If Philip carks, Harry will train across the New World and then sail a boat across the Atlantic, yes?
|by Anonymous||reply 295||02/20/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 296||02/20/2021|
Under the current restrictions, is it likely Charles would have been allowed to visit Philip in hospital if he weren't approaching the end?
|by Anonymous||reply 297||02/20/2021|
Coronavirus update: visitors
To protect our patients we need to limit visitors to our hospital. We recommend virtual visits where possible. Visitors will only be considered in exceptional circumstances, where one visitor will be permitted to visit. No children will be permitted to visit. The health, safety and well-being of our patients, family, carers and staff remain our absolute priority.
Permission for visiting must be discussed directly with Matron’s Office, and would be allowed under the following circumstances:
One regular carer will be allowed for patients with additional needs e.g. dementia, learning disabilities. They will be swabbed to allow them to continue with caring commitments.
For patients receiving end of life care.
|by Anonymous||reply 298||02/20/2021|
If Philip hadn't smoked, he probably would have lived to be 150.
|by Anonymous||reply 299||02/20/2021|
Us mere plebs are not permitted to visit patients at the moment. If Philip's condition is as routine and non-concerning as they say it's completely unfair that Charlies is allowed in. I speak as someone who did 5 days hard time last summer in an NHS hospital with a non-covid related issue. No visitors allowed at all, wards were locked, although if you were on your feet they would buzz you out to go for a walk if wanted.
|by Anonymous||reply 300||02/20/2021|
Jesus, is the drain clogged or something? This sommamabitch been circling for days!
|by Anonymous||reply 301||02/20/2021|
He’s in the hospital until next week at the earliest. Charles probably went to inject an air bubble in Philip’s IV.
|by Anonymous||reply 302||02/20/2021|
They have their own rules. He is the Prince Of Wales. Rules do not apply to them.
|by Anonymous||reply 303||02/20/2021|
It seems to me if Prince Charles came up to see him on the weekend and driving 100 miles from Gloucestershire - which is what the Mail is reporting - this might not be good. If there are more visits over the weekend, this might not be good. On the other hand, if he's just failing, not acutely ill, I still reckon they will take him back to Windsor and let it happen there, with the Queen present and probably family. She's had her vaccination, Charles and Camilla have, as Anne probably will have, all over 70.
The visit by Charles makes me think he's failing.
|by Anonymous||reply 304||02/20/2021|
R304- Sadly agree. If we see the Queen make the trip to see him, we will certainly know . It is also ominous that the story of why he was admitted to the hospital keeps changing. First it was a UTI, then a fall, and one report if just him not feeling well.
|by Anonymous||reply 305||02/20/2021|
When you're 99 years old a sneeze could take you out.
|by Anonymous||reply 306||02/20/2021|
A fall would be brutal at that age.
|by Anonymous||reply 307||02/20/2021|
I don’t think the palace reported anything other than he was feeling unwell, r305. The other stuff is unsubstantiated.
|by Anonymous||reply 308||02/20/2021|
Thank you R305. Sometimes I still forget that we have no reliable media any longer.
|by Anonymous||reply 309||02/20/2021|
It can happen so fast with people that age. They can seem hale and hearty one moment and be gone within a day. That was true in Cicely Tyson's case. She was giving interviews a day before her death and seemed fine, but within 24 hours she was gone.
|by Anonymous||reply 310||02/20/2021|
What's the big deal even if he were to die? He's 99 and has enjoyed a long life of comfort and privilege.
|by Anonymous||reply 311||02/20/2021|
And to hear the Torygraph tell it "sources close" to other members of the Royal Family say there is no cause for alarm.
Which very well might mean a 99 year old man is slowly slipping away. Or, he's basically fine.
Watch the traffic in and out of hospital. I have a hard time imagining Prince Charles interrupting his weekend from a distance if there was no cause for alarm.
|by Anonymous||reply 312||02/20/2021|
R314- Yes. Ominous.
|by Anonymous||reply 313||02/20/2021|
Funny enough, for most of us, if our parent was in the hospital, we would visit everyday if we could. (Covid notwithstanding.) when my mom was in the hospital for gall bladder removal, all the kids visited, and a few of us were there all day.
|by Anonymous||reply 314||02/20/2021|
Charles looked a bit teary-eyed as he left hospital:
|by Anonymous||reply 315||02/20/2021|
R315 beat me to it. No clicking required:
|by Anonymous||reply 316||02/20/2021|
The only reason anyone cares is because they’re worried about how The Queen will react. Philip is old and has been in poor health for some time, so his death wouldn’t be unexpected. However, it isn’t uncommon for couples who have been married a long time to die within a year of each other.
|by Anonymous||reply 317||02/20/2021|
The Queen's too tough to for even the death of a lifetime spouse to do her in. She can't live forever, but this won't get her.
|by Anonymous||reply 318||02/20/2021|
Why does DL hardly ever show image previews anymore?
|by Anonymous||reply 319||02/20/2021|
What are the odds he's already dead?
|by Anonymous||reply 320||02/20/2021|
R305, UTIs can cause dizziness in the elderly so the fall may have been caused by symptoms of the UTI. My poor Dad before he died had an infection and he had two falls two one day after the other which led to him breaking his arm very near the shoulder and he just never recovered after that. I had him booked into the see the doctor after the weekend when he had the falls but unfortunately it was too late and I keep wondering what if.
|by Anonymous||reply 321||02/20/2021|
So what if the queen can't handle it? She is 95 and has also enjoyed a long, cushy life. Why should it be treated as some sort of tragedy?
|by Anonymous||reply 322||02/20/2021|
The expression on Charles' face speaks volumes.
A UTI followed by a fall does not sound good. I'm not sure I believe the story that Philip walked into the hospital.
|by Anonymous||reply 323||02/20/2021|
R323- Yes it does. He only had four months to go to make it to 100 years old. Sad day.
|by Anonymous||reply 324||02/20/2021|
[quote]R307 A fall would be brutal at that age.
It would be a pity if some low paid orderly pushed the rancid old racist.
|by Anonymous||reply 325||02/20/2021|
Mary Ann from Revealing Light Tarot, usually a fairly accurate predictor, said she saw this being the year that Philip and Elizabeth both go. If Philip goes now, it wouldn't be surprising if Elizabeth soon followed him.
|by Anonymous||reply 326||02/20/2021|
r325 should be banished to Australia.
|by Anonymous||reply 327||02/20/2021|
[quote] r326 If Philip goes now, it wouldn't be surprising if Elizabeth soon followed him.
|by Anonymous||reply 328||02/20/2021|
A lot of falls in elderly people are not because they tripped or anything, but due to bones spontaneously breaking. That happened to my grandmother. She died within a year of that broken hip, which the doctors told us was common. I suppose when your frame starts breaking down like that, it really is a sign of the approaching end.
|by Anonymous||reply 329||02/20/2021|
Overall, I do not care about the BRF but I will be a little sad when Queen Elizabeth dies. I have liked the fact the UK had a Queen, not a King.
|by Anonymous||reply 330||02/20/2021|
Now CNN is covering Charles's visit under a "Developing Story" graphic. It's a wrap.
|by Anonymous||reply 331||02/20/2021|
The old coot only has four months to go until he hits 100, it would be a shame if he kicked off now when he's so close.
|by Anonymous||reply 332||02/20/2021|
My grandfather died at 99. He could have made it to his 100th birthday with more aggressive treatment of his cancer, but he was still in his right mind and refused anything but palliative measures. When you are that old, you may not care about milestones like that as much as everyone around you does.
|by Anonymous||reply 333||02/20/2021|
I'd heard gossip that Philip was dreading the fuss that would be made over his centenary. He would probably be relieved to go early.
|by Anonymous||reply 334||02/20/2021|
"Good spirits" always seems to mean "in a coma or dead". Wasn't Joan Rivers in "good spirits" when she had already passed away? I hope Phillip makes it through. I'd like to see him hit 100 and though I think the Queen will soldier on, I'd hate for her to follow that pattern of elderly spouses.
|by Anonymous||reply 335||02/20/2021|
Yes, CNN reporting Prince Charles visits 'ailing' Prince Philip.
Media sometimes knows more than they report, so I would say the newsroom gossip is he's faded past the point of return. Then again, they could just be seeing the footage and deciding it's so and that's become the gossip. But, he's 99...
It has to be said: what's on his iPod?
|by Anonymous||reply 336||02/20/2021|
I hope not either, R335, but I feel she will follow him soon after. She has lost so many family members, but he is the man she has loved, adored, and depended on since age 13, iirc. Doesn't bode well.
|by Anonymous||reply 337||02/20/2021|
The media is putting the finishing touches on Philip's obituary and video tape. It's ready to roll when he goes from "in good spirits" to sadly departed.Philip's
|by Anonymous||reply 338||02/20/2021|
A UTI can become sepsis very quickly in the elderly. It did for my mother. She survived it but became incredibly weak. It was long after that.
|by Anonymous||reply 339||02/20/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 340||02/20/2021|
Hmmm... I think Prince Philip maybe wanted to go with no fuss. It’s surprising he’s not home, but he’d be surrounded by people most definitely making a fuss at home. So maybe this is what he chose. We’ll see if he gets released in a few days.
|by Anonymous||reply 341||02/20/2021|
[quote]R337 II feel she will follow him soon after. She has lost so many family members, but he is the man she has loved, adored, and depended on since age 13
They better check her dead snatch for Crown Jewels she secreted up there. The grifter’s one of the richest women in the world but was always trying to bilk the public purse for more.
|by Anonymous||reply 342||02/20/2021|
I think this is a lot of hyperbole. Philip is frail but he's the Queen's husband, so of course they're taking great care with him and keeping him overtime in hospital. I actually feel he's ok and will be released next week.
Charles doesn't look any different in those post-visit photos than he usually does (dour, serious). I can't see a difference in his expression with the mask on. And his visit isn't odd, it needs to be seen in context: it's positive needed pr for the BRF to be seen asmunified and close at this moment, given the large negative headlines generated by the Sussex split this week. CNN covering Charles's visit doesn't mean Phil is ready to go; it's a needed pr move to take the attention off all the negative press generated by his son and DIL.
|by Anonymous||reply 343||02/20/2021|
asmunified = as unified in r343
|by Anonymous||reply 344||02/20/2021|
[quote]We understand that Prince Charles has not returned to Highgrove in Gloucestershire but has instead gone to stay the night at Clarence House in St James’, London. No updates from Buckingham Palace on Duke of Edinburgh.
|by Anonymous||reply 345||02/20/2021|
My hunches: either this is it OR he's going to have some kind of operation which at 99 presents a huge risk. I'm hopping it's the latter but probably the former.
|by Anonymous||reply 346||02/20/2021|
It's always important to look at what the BRF DOES rather than what it SAYS. Most statements are puffery and PR.
Charles coming up from Highgrove and staying in London is significant. If the Queen comes to London, you know that serious shit is going down.
|by Anonymous||reply 347||02/20/2021|
It seems likely to be it... but he could rally. Interesting that Charles did not return to Gloucestershire. It's only a two hour drive (and more than likely he came by helicopter to some place.)
The ship is sinking.
|by Anonymous||reply 348||02/20/2021|
Yes. Otherwise she’s stretched out by the pool.
|by Anonymous||reply 349||02/20/2021|
This is it.
|by Anonymous||reply 350||02/20/2021|
If he took a fall, he has a broken bone, probably hip at his age. I have osteoporosis and broke my left hip. I am 58. It was and is painful, and it is dangerous at any age. I can not imagine going through this at his age.
|by Anonymous||reply 351||02/20/2021|
Is it confirmed he fell? There's nothing like that in the papers.
I mean, I know he and the Queen still fuck so he could have broke a bone (a real bone) throwing her one at his age.
|by Anonymous||reply 352||02/20/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 353||02/20/2021|
If he broke his hip, even if he survives now, it's the signal of the beginning of the final decline. A broken hip almost always is.
|by Anonymous||reply 354||02/20/2021|
I bet he gets moved to Windsor tonight, under cover of darkness, to die there.
|by Anonymous||reply 355||02/20/2021|
I hope Harry is happy.
|by Anonymous||reply 356||02/20/2021|
Is Anne not his favorite.? If she appears soon we'll know
|by Anonymous||reply 357||02/20/2021|
Just a little Get Well Soon card for HRH.
|by Anonymous||reply 358||02/20/2021|
R351, I meant that a broken hip in the very elderly is a sign of decline. I wasn't trying to comment on your prospects.
|by Anonymous||reply 359||02/20/2021|
I agree. But it's gone eight at night there, so it's dark. They may be able to come and go with relative privacy so she could get missed.
|by Anonymous||reply 360||02/20/2021|
I thought he walked in to the hospital? That doesn't indicate a fall or broken hip.
|by Anonymous||reply 361||02/20/2021|
Anne is famously private and independent. If her beloved father is truly dying, she'll visit his deathbed discreetly.
|by Anonymous||reply 362||02/20/2021|
That hospital is difficult to enter/exit privately
You'd think they'd want to take him home to die. Perhaps he's hooked up to too many devices now.
|by Anonymous||reply 363||02/20/2021|
Will Harry be booed in public if there's any kind of public event? I doubt it. Philip is said to have rejected a state funeral. The circumstances may lead to the only private royal burial in a long time, certainly for a senior member of the Royal Family. I wonder where they will put him? St. George's Chapel is pretty full and the longest reigning monarch and her spouse would, you think, command a major burial place. Queen Victoria had her own mausoleum built... I wonder if they'll put him the vault at St. George's and build something.
|by Anonymous||reply 364||02/20/2021|
Royal watchers on Twitter are saying that St. Edwards allows visitors only under end-of-life circumstances. Since the BRF is trying to be especially careful about optics now, I don't think PC would visit if the situation weren't dire.
|by Anonymous||reply 365||02/20/2021|
R365 King Edward Hospital is allowing visits for "end of life" or "exceptional circumstances." Given Philip is a royal, they'd probably allow a member of the family to visit regardless. That being said, yes, Charles visiting right now is not a good sign. Very probable he's taken a turn for the worst.
|by Anonymous||reply 366||02/20/2021|
He's in King Edward VII hospital, R365, and they allow visitors.
|by Anonymous||reply 367||02/20/2021|
R365, see r298.
|by Anonymous||reply 368||02/20/2021|
Oh, look who has inserted himself into the story.
|by Anonymous||reply 369||02/20/2021|
R367, in normal times yes but with COVID they are only allowing visitors in exceptional circumstances. It actually says that in your link.
|by Anonymous||reply 370||02/20/2021|
Surely he must be dead!
|by Anonymous||reply 371||02/20/2021|
Quick! Someone ring the hospital and ask for his room!
|by Anonymous||reply 372||02/20/2021|
How often do we ever see BRF members visiting each other in the hospital? This is a big deal.
|by Anonymous||reply 373||02/20/2021|
How-lleh? Yez. One wonduhs if one might speak with the Dyook of Edinbra? Yez. His wife.
|by Anonymous||reply 374||02/20/2021|
Do it, R374. Report back here.
|by Anonymous||reply 375||02/20/2021|
England is 5 hours ahead of us?
|by Anonymous||reply 376||02/20/2021|
R375, I tried and all they said was did I have Prince Albert in a can?
|by Anonymous||reply 377||02/20/2021|
Depending on where you live, yes, R376. it's 20:43 there right now.
|by Anonymous||reply 378||02/20/2021|
R373 Members of the family have visited Philip in hospital during his longer stays. The Queen visited him after he had surgery to put a stint in his heart and then again in 2012 when he had a bladder infection. I believe Charles, Camilla, Edward, Anne and Andrew all visited him that time too.
|by Anonymous||reply 379||02/20/2021|
The real dilemma for Megalomaniac is the funeral. Does she go, knowing? Does she dare let Harry go unsupervised?
|by Anonymous||reply 380||02/20/2021|
Meghan won't go. She'll plead pregnancy. Given her relationship with her in-laws, it's the most gracious course of action she could take.
|by Anonymous||reply 381||02/20/2021|
Many years ago, DJs from Montreal pretended to be the PM and prank called the Queen!
|by Anonymous||reply 382||02/20/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 383||02/20/2021|
Hunky Chris Ship has now confirmed that Charles IS NOT staying in London and has returned to Highgrove.
|by Anonymous||reply 384||02/20/2021|
R359- No problem dear. I know my ass is doomed.
|by Anonymous||reply 385||02/20/2021|
What's fascinating about that hoax is how absolutely in command she sounds... she really gets down to business when it's business. She knew very well she needed a quick constitutional check with her private secretary when the intervention ask was made. It was quite fascinating.
|by Anonymous||reply 386||02/20/2021|
Here's the story, R386.
|by Anonymous||reply 387||02/20/2021|
Hunky Chris Ship? That's supposed to be a hunk?
|by Anonymous||reply 388||02/20/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 389||02/20/2021|
So what’s the true story. Conflicting info as to where Charles went afterward.
|by Anonymous||reply 390||02/20/2021|
R390 ITV is pretty accurate with their royal reporting so it sounds like Charles has returned to Highgrove.
|by Anonymous||reply 391||02/20/2021|
It's currently 9:30pm in the UK, so we'll know soon enough what "big story" Farage is referring to (assuming he's legit).
|by Anonymous||reply 392||02/20/2021|
I’d still be surprised if Phillip is on the very brink of death. I think we may get a “the Prince’s life is moving peacefully to its close” announcement though.
|by Anonymous||reply 393||02/20/2021|
R392, Farage’s big news will be him being an odious toad about something. The man hasn’t a redeeming cell in his body. Honestly, I think Trump might be preferable to Farage.
|by Anonymous||reply 394||02/20/2021|
I'm telling you all, he's fine. He's old and frail and likely battling a waning UTI, hence the long hospital stay, but otherwise same as ever.
The royals know how to milk the news cycle and media to their advantage when necessary. Philip's illness has been put to good use the past few days; more sympathy for the BRF, less for the Harkles.
|by Anonymous||reply 395||02/20/2021|
This is it
|by Anonymous||reply 396||02/20/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 397||02/20/2021|
If true, R395, I salute them. The Palace's PR flacks are so much better than they were during the Diana days, weren't they? They've really l learned how to work the news cycle to their advantage.
|by Anonymous||reply 398||02/20/2021|
A poster in this thread posited that Prince Philip might be suffering from a UTI because he was treated for that before, and another guessed that it might be a broken hip, even though the media is reporting that Philip walked into the hospital.
But has anyone considered that it might be cancer? He did smoke several years, and several people at his advanced age often succumb to the disease. A few years ago, my uncle looked as gaunt during the final few months of his life as Philip does now, but his cancer wasn't detected until he entered the hospital due to excruciating pain. He had emergency surgery and died at the hospital within a week. Due to Covid and Philip's advanced age, surgery probably would be out of the question upon such a diagnosis.
This image is from last August. Philip seemed to be failing quickly even then. I hope I'm wrong and that he lives several more years.
|by Anonymous||reply 399||02/20/2021|
I also wonder if Philip is all there these days. His eyes always look rather startled and blank, none of the cool canniness of previous times.
|by Anonymous||reply 400||02/20/2021|
Whatever news was waiting to Prince Charles when he arrived was written on his face when he left. The contrast in his arrival vs departure photos speak volumes.
|by Anonymous||reply 401||02/20/2021|
It'll be a strange coincidence if he dies on the same day Eugenie announced she was naming her son in his honour
|by Anonymous||reply 402||02/20/2021|
Yes, I know I can look this up, but how long does it take to get from Highgrove to the hospital in Central London?
|by Anonymous||reply 403||02/20/2021|
Will the Queen be there for his final moments?
|by Anonymous||reply 404||02/20/2021|
[quote]Still no explanation from the Palace for the visit.
Gee, Chris Ship - you dipshit, maybe because he wanted to visit his Dad in the hospital.
|by Anonymous||reply 405||02/20/2021|
R403, it's a hundred miles, so about two hours, maybe a bit less.
[quote]His eyes always look rather startled and blank, none of the cool canniness of previous times.
Remember, though, he's 99. Look closely at the picture in R399... he's lean, and that always ages you when you're old (sorry, bitches), the rims of his eyes have sagged (assuming due to elasticity) and the redness of the interior socket is highlighted as a result, that makes his bright, light blue eyes pop in contrast. Those horrible red bags under his eyes are typical of skin in the elderly... it's thin, it's fragile, blood vessels at the surface burst easily. I suggest his look is mostly down to the ravages of time. He's was 99 then, now he's almost a hundred. It's a miracle he could get up to fall (not saying he did. There'd be no point lying about that if it weren't so at this age.)
|by Anonymous||reply 406||02/20/2021|
Charles was either teary eyed because...
1) His father's condition has worsened
2) his father is still bullying him in his old age
|by Anonymous||reply 407||02/20/2021|
^ Meagain... stop playing silly games.
|by Anonymous||reply 408||02/20/2021|
R407 Charles is a very sensitive person (it's one of the reasons he and Philip did not always get along) and it seems very in character that he would be upset regardless if Philip is on his death bed or not. Lets add to that, he's having a shitty week with all the other drama going on with his son and his daughter-in-law and the pandemic as a whole.
|by Anonymous||reply 409||02/20/2021|
Even if Philip isn't dying today, it may have finally hit Charles that he will be losing his father in the near future. It might sound silly--Philip is 99--but sometimes one can accept something intellectually but not really feel it. I think Charles is feeling it.
|by Anonymous||reply 410||02/20/2021|
Can we all just take a sec and appreciate what a piece of ass Prince Philip was back in the day?
|by Anonymous||reply 411||02/20/2021|
A gigolo's life.
|by Anonymous||reply 412||02/20/2021|
Nigel Farage's big news is an assertion Chinese billionaires are buying up British schools to spread Communist party propaganda.
It could be true, it could be loony conspiracy theory rubbish the Nigel Farages of the world believe. It's probably a bit of both.
|by Anonymous||reply 413||02/20/2021|
It's sound more and more like Charles wanted to see his father. Apparently, he has not seen him since early 2020. Charles had COVID and also has been vaccinated, so has Philip, so the hospital likely counted this as extraordinary circumstances. Also the fact that he was there 30 minutes suggests Philip is still alive and able to communicate. At 99, you're at death's door by default but I think it's still possible he leaves hospital on his own and not in a pine box.
|by Anonymous||reply 414||02/20/2021|
Yes both Philip and Charles have been vaccinated and Edward VII Hospital in not a COVID treating hospital. So given that Charles is likely immune (and possibly tested regularly) it was deemed okay for him to visit.
|by Anonymous||reply 415||02/20/2021|
I don't know if this means anything, but the top Daily Mail story - a harkle story with 20,000 comments - just went to zero comments.
Could be nothing, but I can't help but suspect that we're going to get an announcement at 9 am UK time.
|by Anonymous||reply 416||02/20/2021|
If he is dying, did they sneak his other children into the hospital? What about the Queen herself? Odd that only Charles was photographed visiting.
|by Anonymous||reply 417||02/20/2021|
Maybe r417, but Charles is the Prince of Wales. I can imagine it might be thought "necessary" for the future king to have a few final moments with his father in person. It could be protocol, for all we know.
|by Anonymous||reply 418||02/20/2021|
If he was at death’s door, he’d go home to Windsor to die surrounded by his family. Dying in hospital is non-U. (Sorry Princess Margaret)
|by Anonymous||reply 419||02/20/2021|
I can't see Philip dying in hospital.
Philip, who was once essentially 'homeless', strikes me as someone who would very much want to die at home.
|by Anonymous||reply 420||02/20/2021|
Perhaps he made a turn for the worse and it would be unethical to move him.
|by Anonymous||reply 421||02/20/2021|
Maybe, r421, but I think the Queen would have him moved home, or at least to Buckingham Palace.
(Who knows. I've got a bad feeling about all of this, but what do I know?)
|by Anonymous||reply 422||02/20/2021|
As long as he's in the hospital, death is not in sight. There is a 100% chance he will spend his last hours at home.
|by Anonymous||reply 423||02/20/2021|
If he passed there would first be silence/media blackout...
Wouldn't his passing be very similar to the Queen Mother's in 2002 but with a more robust national mourning, including Liz 2 herself, and more official shut downs?
|by Anonymous||reply 424||02/20/2021|
Given their money, they could set up a hospital room for him at Windsor or Wood Farm, complete with private nurses and doctors. I agree that unless he were to go suddenly while in the hospital, he'll die at home. Any sort of lingering fatal illness they could prepare for privately.
|by Anonymous||reply 425||02/20/2021|
If Anne comes to visit, we'll know its extremely close to the end.
|by Anonymous||reply 426||02/20/2021|
Agree but what if it has been a precipitous decline and even moving him is considered treacherous?
Or it could be that these visits are the discussions about moving him home for his final days?
I mean who the hell knows?
|by Anonymous||reply 427||02/20/2021|
My money is still on Philip leaving the hospital alive...whatever happens after that who knows. At first when it sounded like Charles was staying in London I was worried, but he went back to Highgrove which says to me they are not expecting anything immediately. Also I think if Philip was about to kick the bucket, Camilla would have come with Charles to London (maybe not to the hospital) but we've heard that she remains at Highgrove.
|by Anonymous||reply 428||02/20/2021|
Good points, r428
|by Anonymous||reply 429||02/20/2021|
The Duke of Edinburgh will never “pass”, R424.
He will, however, die, as will you, me and all of us eventually.
|by Anonymous||reply 430||02/20/2021|
The usage of the euphemism "Pass" is almost physically repellent to me.
Died. Died, DIED.
Died that's the only word for death that does not set off my gag.
|by Anonymous||reply 431||02/20/2021|
R431- So? Some people only believe in the death of the body, not soul, hence they pass to another realm. The soul doesn't die. Why does that bother you do much! Not being sarcastic, just curious.
|by Anonymous||reply 432||02/20/2021|
Wouldn't it be delicious if he dies 5 mins before the Oprah interview LOL
|by Anonymous||reply 433||02/20/2021|
R433- Yes, it would be almost paranormal, lmao!
|by Anonymous||reply 434||02/20/2021|
[quote]R399 But has anyone considered that it might be cancer?
I don’t care what it is, as long as he [italic]goes.
|by Anonymous||reply 435||02/20/2021|
[quote]R399 But has anyone considered that it might be cancer?
Maybe he has a dildo stuck in him or something?
|by Anonymous||reply 436||02/20/2021|
Apparently Prince Charles was crying at the hospital so either it's terminal or he got reamed out by darling daddy.
|by Anonymous||reply 437||02/20/2021|
My sister worked in Borneo at a monkey shelter and she named one of the probiscus monkeys 'Prince Harry' because they looked so similar
|by Anonymous||reply 438||02/20/2021|
Jeez, what kind of doctors give a NINETY-SEVEN year old a HIP REPLACEMENT? The fact he survived that at that age, suggests he'll be around for another 3-4 years at least.
|by Anonymous||reply 439||02/20/2021|
Don't these royals ever die!?
|by Anonymous||reply 440||02/20/2021|
Listed above in the hospital regulations for visiting at present: only one visitor is allowed and only for end of life or in cases where mental capacity is affected in some way and the patient needs a familiar person to allow them to remain calm and comfortable. There would be uproar if the rules were changed too much for the royals. This is why we have only seen the Duke of Cornwall visiting and I suppose at 99 any hospitalisation is concerning and could be end of life.
|by Anonymous||reply 441||Last Sunday at 12:10 AM|
Do you think the Queen of England might be allowed in as Charles’ +1?
|by Anonymous||reply 442||Last Sunday at 12:14 AM|
A few things to keep in mind:
1. Regular visiting protocols don‘t apply to royalty
2. Charles visiting his father isn’t all that remarkable: The Queen won’t visit because the media and the public will be speculating for days
3. He walked into the hospital unaided. That doesn’t sound like he had a fall - it’s probably UTI or a congestion of sorts.
4. „Not feeling well“ for days on end could mean the poor old sod haven’t had a bowel movement for days — not uncommon for people his age.
5. Everything points to Philip leaving hospital by the middle of the week.
|by Anonymous||reply 443||Last Sunday at 12:15 AM|
Haven’t = hasn’t
|by Anonymous||reply 444||Last Sunday at 12:16 AM|
The Maul speculating today Charles' visit suggests instead his father is well enough to receive visitors, not so ill he needs final moments with the family.
Certainly the one thing we know is he made the night.
|by Anonymous||reply 445||Last Sunday at 3:29 AM|
Can't believe he's still going, to be honest.
Pretty sure the Queen Mother's death was announced in the afternoon (UK time). I came home from my friend's birthday party and the news was breaking on TV, IIRC.
|by Anonymous||reply 446||Last Sunday at 4:10 AM|
He's still around?
|by Anonymous||reply 447||Last Sunday at 4:16 AM|
Is Lizzy back from her Tinder date yet? Rumor has it she was out all night and one of her maids found lube in Lizzy's purse but no condoms.
|by Anonymous||reply 448||Last Sunday at 4:42 AM|
His cargo cult will be devastated.
|by Anonymous||reply 449||Last Sunday at 5:03 AM|
R446 With the Queen Mum's death there was only about a two hour delay between her dying and the public being told. The Queen wanted Charles to be informed (who was on a skiing holiday with William and Harry) first.
|by Anonymous||reply 450||Last Sunday at 7:10 AM|
We are over his story. It’s time for him to GO so we can all just file this away.
|by Anonymous||reply 451||Last Sunday at 7:23 AM|
Dear R451 and similar: I'm certain some people someday will be saying the same about you. That is, if there's anyone left to care enough.
|by Anonymous||reply 452||Last Sunday at 8:50 AM|
Left? They'd have to care to begin with, wouldn't they?
|by Anonymous||reply 453||Last Sunday at 9:08 AM|
The Daily Mail is saying that Buckingham Palace reiterated their statement from Friday. The Duke remains in hospital out of an abundance of caution. So this doesn't appear to be an on his deathbed moment yet.
|by Anonymous||reply 454||Last Sunday at 11:22 AM|
William confirmed at a public engagement today that Philip is doing okay. So, I think all the Philip death trolls might want to put their champagne back on ice.
|by Anonymous||reply 455||Last Monday at 7:46 AM|
Good news. Really want him make it to 100.
|by Anonymous||reply 456||Last Monday at 8:52 AM|
We love Phil. Not many spectators realize that Phil was dirt poor when he became engaged to Elizabeth. He had no home of his own, no fortune, and his only prospect for a living involved service in the Royal Navy. Ah - he DID have a legitimate title, being a great-great grandchild of Queen Victoria just like Lillibet which is just one way the two are distant cousins. Her parents wanted her to marry one of the English noblemen with a huge fortune of his own - ah Marlborough, ah Devonshire, ah Carnarvon! They, of course, wanted her to wed one of the landed gentry to merge two great fortunes into one. Alas, it was not to be. Our Liillibet fell in love with our Phil at their first meeting - he being 18, and she only 13. She threatened a move akin to abdication as she was not yet Sovereign.
"DOOOOOOOON'T FUCK WITH ME FELLAAAAAAAAAS!!!!!" said the Princess, who never doubted that she would have her way.
In the end, this is Phil: Bored out of his skull and trying to make the most of what he must do. Always trying to be funny, then you're sure to put your foot in your mouth more often. Even so, he performed his Royal duty better than any other man she could have chosen. Seriously. That be the case. He never forgot his roots, And she loved him because of those roots.
Three cheers for Phil! Hip Hip.....Hip Hip....Hip Hip....
He's even elegant while highly pissed off, telling someone what he really thinks. Side note: What a beautiful suit!
|by Anonymous||reply 457||Last Monday at 11:14 AM|
According to the Daily Fail (which actually is pretty accurate when it comes to it's royal reporting) William gave a playful after saying that doctors we're keeping a good eye on Philip, likely suggesting his grandfather is being difficult. It's believed that Charles wanted to see his father mostly because he hadn't had a chance to see him in a year due to lockdowns. Additionally, it's speculated Charles also wanted to touch upon the issues with H&M as Charles is allegedly feeling very responsible for what is happening now with Harry.
|by Anonymous||reply 458||Last Monday at 11:20 AM|
R457- Great find, thank you! I love him, always have. I admire people who speak their mind the way he does, who speak bluntly. Maybe because I am the same way. What a handsome man he was. QE ll has been one lucky lady. It made me sick when some were wishing for his death.
|by Anonymous||reply 459||Last Monday at 11:28 AM|
Agreed R459. I have always found Phil to be highly entertaining most especially when he was not trying to be so. Here's a young and obviously smitten Phil meeting a young and obviously flirtatious Elizabeth Taylor. Wilding is helpless!
|by Anonymous||reply 460||Last Monday at 11:37 AM|
Lovely picture. Prince Philip was the most handsome man in the room, imo. Old Liz bowing very deeply there, lol. Show handsome the bosom! 😆 Don't Blame her one bit! Classic Roman nose on him. Classic profile. Lucky Liz!
|by Anonymous||reply 461||Last Monday at 11:41 AM|
My guess is Prince Philip railed at Charles about Harry. But, of course, Charles loves Harry.
|by Anonymous||reply 462||Last Monday at 12:07 PM|
Is he dead yet?
|by Anonymous||reply 463||Last Monday at 12:18 PM|
[quote] Under the current restrictions, is it likely Charles would have been allowed to visit Philip in hospital if he weren't approaching the end?
Almost certainly. And not because he's a celebrity, but rather because he is heir to the throne.
I am always surprised when people bitch about Charles or his mother getting special treatment. Of course they get special treatment: they are not like everyone else. She is the sovereign and he is the heir to the throne. Under the British political system, they get special treatment.
|by Anonymous||reply 464||Last Monday at 12:21 PM|
Someone get the Roto Rooter guy cause he’s been circling a long ass time.
|by Anonymous||reply 465||Last Monday at 12:23 PM|
Prince Phil has no intention of dying until the day of Meghan's Oprah interview.
|by Anonymous||reply 466||Last Monday at 12:30 PM|
This might not last long on youtube but someone uploaded a recent documentary about Philip which sheds a lot of light about how he is as a person.
|by Anonymous||reply 467||Last Monday at 2:09 PM|
Prince Philip is being treated for an infection.
|by Anonymous||reply 468||Last Tuesday at 5:26 AM|
Prince Edward says his father is feeling better.
|by Anonymous||reply 469||Last Tuesday at 6:01 AM|
He's already been in hospital for a week, and now he's staying in for several more days? Doesn't necessarily mean he's dying, but it sounds as though the stuff about him only being in for observation was bollocks.
|by Anonymous||reply 470||Last Tuesday at 6:05 AM|
At that age, the body heals at a glacial pace. You don't want to be the doctor who sent him home, only to have him come back with (or succumb to) a bigger infection.
|by Anonymous||reply 471||Last Tuesday at 6:08 AM|
It could be a chest infection of some description... they'd want to make certain that is wholly cured in someone of that age.
|by Anonymous||reply 472||Last Tuesday at 6:25 AM|
R470 Almost any infection in an elderly person is very dangerous. Very often a primary infection can cause fatal secondary infections such as: pneumonia, UTIs (which can lead to kidney failure) or sepsis. As R471 said, in the elderly healing takes place super slowly (even with antibiotics). It's likely that they would want to ensure the infection is 100% clear before they even consider sending him home.
It's encouraging that they said he's responding to treatment. Prince Edward said today that Philip is feeling better and wants to get home as soon as possible...but then he said so "we have our fingers crossed" which makes me think this is absolutely more serious than what we've been told and he's not out of the woods yet
|by Anonymous||reply 473||Last Tuesday at 7:23 AM|
That "we have our fingers crossed" comment might have been a slip of the tongue. Everything else has implied that everything's just fine, but from this it really isn't yet.
Or perhaps a deliberate slip to prepare the public just in case.
|by Anonymous||reply 474||Last Tuesday at 7:37 AM|
To me it sounds like Edward is saying they're keeping their fingers crossed he'll be out soon.
|by Anonymous||reply 475||Last Tuesday at 7:41 AM|
Here's Edward sounding unstressed about it.
Asked how he was doing, he said: "As far as I'm aware, well I did speak to him the other day, so he's a lot better thank you very much indeed, and he's looking forward to getting out, which is the most positive thing. So we keep our fingers crossed."
|by Anonymous||reply 476||Last Tuesday at 10:12 AM|
Though Philip will be released in a few days, this is probably the beginning of the final decline.
|by Anonymous||reply 477||Last Tuesday at 11:47 AM|
Who knows? Remember when Rose Kennedy had a stroke at the age of ninety-three... and then went on to live for another eleven fucking years?
|by Anonymous||reply 478||Last Tuesday at 11:59 AM|
I would lay money on Philip dying in the next year or two. Eighty-five to ninety percent of centenarians are women. However, if he is one of the rare men to pass his 100th birthday, he could very well go on another five or six years after that, at least according to this article in the Journal of the American Geriatric Society:
[quote]The fact that women are more resilient however is a double-edged sword in that while women are more likely to live longer, at older ages they are also more likely than men to have chronic illnesses and disabilities. Male centenarians on the other hand, though far fewer, tend to be in better medical and functional condition because they are such a select survivor cohort.
|by Anonymous||reply 479||Last Tuesday at 12:07 PM|
R477 Very likely although Philip is remarkably fit for 99. I mean he underwent a hip replacement two years ago and made a full recovery...most elderly people over 85 die fairly quickly after this kind of surgery.
If he survives this infection, I say he's got at least another year or two left in him. He's in better shape than the Queen Mum was at his age, and he still walks unaided and is totally independent soo, my money is till on him being around for a while yet.
|by Anonymous||reply 480||Last Tuesday at 3:12 PM|
[quote]at older ages they are also more likely than men to have chronic illnesses and disabilities.
How is this any different from younger women?
|by Anonymous||reply 481||Last Tuesday at 3:23 PM|
I've said it before, but Prince Philip is built like a fucking tank. He walked away from this crash not even a year ago!
|by Anonymous||reply 482||Last Tuesday at 10:15 PM|
maybe the stories about adrenochrome ARE true...
I am starting to believe that, lol.
Go Phillip! If nothing else, just to spite everyone counting you out!
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|by Anonymous||reply 485||Last Wednesday at 4:33 AM|
R484- Lol! I will take it. Idgas what I look like now, let me live to 97!
|by Anonymous||reply 486||Last Wednesday at 4:47 AM|
I'm not sure living to 97 would be all that fun, R486
|by Anonymous||reply 487||Last Wednesday at 8:15 AM|
I agree R147, not unless you live in the world he does. Even then, this world gets more scary and depressing everyday.
|by Anonymous||reply 488||Last Wednesday at 8:27 AM|
Sounds like the could use some Liquid Plumber already.
|by Anonymous||reply 489||Last Wednesday at 8:28 AM|
We're now in day 9 of Philip's hospital stay. My feeling is if he's not out within the next four or five days he ain't coming out of there.
|by Anonymous||reply 490||Last Thursday at 6:47 AM|
The Queen is looking very well.
|by Anonymous||reply 491||Last Thursday at 12:13 PM|
Who gets the job of pleasuring the queen and pounding her in the ass every night while her husband is in the hospital? Does his valet need to step in and do it for queen and cuntry?
|by Anonymous||reply 492||Last Thursday at 12:18 PM|
I love that carnation color on Queen Elizabeth.
|by Anonymous||reply 493||Last Thursday at 8:58 PM|
Still in hospital. He must have one hell of an infection. Amazing they haven’t been able to dose him with enough meds to turn the corner.
|by Anonymous||reply 494||a day ago|
This is really looking a bit grim after so many days. That and the fact that he could have round the clock care at home. Really hope he makes it.
|by Anonymous||reply 495||13 hours ago|
Stop making excuses for that Nazi. He, his blood relatives, his mother in law, sister in law were all virulent racists. His being the Queen's husband gave him the leeway to say whatever racist, misogynistic, homophobic (yes to you queens who love his refreshing honesty, he probably thought of you as poofters) and other bigoted crap without being called out on it.
|by Anonymous||reply 496||11 hours ago|
|by Anonymous||reply 497||11 hours ago|
R497 but enough about your mom's pussy
|by Anonymous||reply 498||11 hours ago|
One word: Drano.
|by Anonymous||reply 499||11 hours ago|