Bookmark me. Statistically elderly couples die not far apart.
Queen Elizabeth Will Be Dead Within The Year
|by Camilla||reply 311||Last Wednesday at 4:52 AM|
She will pass when her favorite Corgi dies. I doubt she cared for Phil that much these days.
|by Camilla||reply 1||04/17/2021|
And I care because?
|by Camilla||reply 2||04/17/2021|
QE & Philip were not a typical couple, though. QE is 5 years younger than Philip. She'll live at least as long as he did, IMO.
|by Camilla||reply 3||04/17/2021|
She will never die.
|by Camilla||reply 4||04/17/2021|
R3, that’s not how it works. Doesn’t matter the age. She’s old as dirt. She’ll be plant foot in a few months.
|by Camilla||reply 5||04/17/2021|
I hope not. She has been a part of our history for so long now that she ingrained in our culture. Her passing will be felt globally.
|by Camilla||reply 6||04/17/2021|
[quote] plant foot
|by Camilla||reply 7||04/17/2021|
I hope the Queen lives long enough to beat France's King Louis XIV's record of 72 years and 110 days. She's closing in on two more men who reigned for over 70 years (a King of Thailand and a Prince of Liechtenstein). She'll celebrate her 70th year next Feb 2022. You go gurl!
|by Camilla||reply 8||04/17/2021|
She’ll shoot up more adrenochrome, and in return, we’ll probably get 4-5 more years out of Her Majesty. Remember, these are the rich and famous!
|by Camilla||reply 9||04/17/2021|
Except she has her duty to country to live for.
|by Camilla||reply 10||04/17/2021|
Lots of widows live for years after their husbands die and she has a very good life without him. Lots of family, an easy pampered life and good health. What else can you ask for at that age?
|by Camilla||reply 11||04/17/2021|
Charles looked old and fat today. Hard to connect that to the relatively handsome athletic polo player and surfer.
|by Camilla||reply 12||04/17/2021|
Queen Elizabeth’s great great grandmother, Queen Victoria, was widowed in 1861 at the age of 42. She survived without her husband, Albert, the Prince Consort, for another 40 years.
|by Camilla||reply 13||04/17/2021|
[quote]Bookmark me. Statistically elderly couples die not far apart.
While true, it also has a lot to do with things like the spouses being dependent on each other for care and support.
I doubt she depended on for anything.
|by Camilla||reply 14||04/17/2021|
That is usually due to lack of support and loneliness. I doubt the Queen will have a lack of support even though she will miss Philip.
|by Camilla||reply 15||04/17/2021|
She has her corgis, horses and family to support her. She will be fine.
|by Camilla||reply 16||04/17/2021|
She'll of inherited her mother's genes.
She's good for her 100th.
|by Camilla||reply 17||04/17/2021|
As already stated, Victoria outlived her husband by decades, and the Queen Mother also outlived her husband by decades.
|by Camilla||reply 18||04/17/2021|
I don't think the Queen is going to outlive Philip "by decades".
|by Camilla||reply 19||04/17/2021|
[quote] I don't think the Queen is going to outlive Philip "by decades".
Cue the "royal family are reptilians" troll.
|by Camilla||reply 20||04/17/2021|
I hope not, I don't think I could take all the threads on DL
|by Camilla||reply 21||04/17/2021|
Queen Elizabeth is made out of good stuff and she will be with us for a number of more years. Her mother, the Queen Mother, lived for years after her husband had died, and passed away at 101 years old.
|by Camilla||reply 22||04/17/2021|
No. These are lies put out by you know who, the Cocoa Latte Creole Voodoo Priestess of Mentecito. The Queen will not die while the Markle-serpent lives.
|by Camilla||reply 23||04/17/2021|
I hope the Queen outlives Charles so we won't have the nightmare of a Queen Camilla
|by Camilla||reply 24||04/17/2021|
I think the queen will reach 99.
|by Camilla||reply 25||04/17/2021|
Does Camilla become Queen? I thought part of the deal was that she wouldn't. (or that she wouldn't get HRH status whatever that means.)
|by Camilla||reply 26||04/17/2021|
The longer the Queen lives, the shorter Charles's reign will be, which is a very good thing. Nobody wants to see that monstrous creature, Camilla for a second longer than we have to.
|by Camilla||reply 27||04/17/2021|
R26 Charles is determined to make her queen
|by Camilla||reply 28||04/17/2021|
[quote] Bookmark me. Statistically elderly couples die not far apart.
That is true of elderly men in couples, but not elderly women. Elderly women often long outlive their husbands.
|by Camilla||reply 29||04/17/2021|
I will never accept her as queen, she’s a home wrecking Rottweiler.
|by Camilla||reply 30||04/17/2021|
They will have to shoot her.
|by Camilla||reply 31||04/17/2021|
[quote] Does Camilla become Queen? I thought part of the deal was that she wouldn't. (or that she wouldn't get HRH status whatever that means.)
[quote] Charles is determined to make her queen
By law she becomes queen the moment Charles becomes king, which is the moment Queen Elizabeth II dies. Whether she goes by the title of Queen Consort is another matter. Previously it had been said that she wouldn't, but references to that were scrubbed from the royal family's site a few years ago. She is already a Her Royal Highness (HRH).
|by Camilla||reply 32||04/17/2021|
|by Camilla||reply 33||04/17/2021|
Camilla is a lot more accepted in the UK than you clueless Americans think.
|by Camilla||reply 34||04/17/2021|
If Philip never became "King," how the hell is Camilla going to become "Queen"? I doubt she will be "Queen Camilla."
Philip was Prince and Duke of Edinburgh, not King.
I doubt Camilla will be high-profile as wife of King Charles.
|by Camilla||reply 35||04/17/2021|
The original deal was when Charles married Camilla, the palace announced that when he was crowned king she would be given the title of "Princess Consort." This was because Diana had died only eight years previously and there was strong feeling for her, and many people thought it would look like she were usurping what should have been Diana's title had she been crowned Queen then.
They've been married now for more than fifteen years, though, and the British public is pretty used to her. They took down years ago from the palace website the language that she would be known as "The Princess Consort" when her mother-in-law died. I don't think anyone expects that anymore, and people are just used to her being there. It's very unlikely she would not be crowned Queen as this point. She's still not easy to like since she's not at all glamorous, but she's apparently quite nice, and the current Queen has grown very fond of her (they both like horses and dogs, and they both supposedly have good senses of humor).
|by Camilla||reply 36||04/17/2021|
[quote] If Philip never became "King," how the hell is Camilla going to become "Queen"? I doubt she will be "Queen Camilla."
In the UK's system a husband's of a sovereign regnant does not become a king consort, but the wife of a king becomes a queen consort.
|by Camilla||reply 37||04/17/2021|
R35 How fucking stupid are you?
|by Camilla||reply 38||04/17/2021|
Expanding on R37 - and a King always out ranks a Queen. Therefore, unless he is King in his own right, a Queen regnant's husband will always be a Prince.
|by Camilla||reply 39||04/17/2021|
Queen of Rottweilers
|by Camilla||reply 40||04/17/2021|
Camilla is the lowest of the low. Hopefully, she will get cancer and die soon!
|by Camilla||reply 41||04/17/2021|
She'll be fine. They may have been spouses but apparently lived apart and didn't see each other that much in the later years. Prince Philip apparently had a longtime mistress named Penny where he lived and likely numerous other mistresses over the years.
|by Camilla||reply 42||04/17/2021|
[quote] Expanding on R37 - and a King always out ranks a Queen. Therefore, unless he is King in his own right, a Queen regnant's husband will always be a Prince.
Expanding on R39, William III, husband of Mary II (of William and Mary fame), was king in his own right by act of parliament and co-reigned with Mary who was also proclaimed queen in her own right upon the vacating of the throne by her father. He continued to reign as sole monarch after Mary's death and was succeeded by Mary's sister, Anne.
|by Camilla||reply 43||04/17/2021|
[quote] Her passing will be felt globally.
No, dear. lol
|by Camilla||reply 44||04/17/2021|
If the Queen happens to die next year, it would be extremely embarrassing if Megs is not invited to her funeral, unless she progenates another satanic crotchfruit.
|by Camilla||reply 45||04/17/2021|
[quote] By law she becomes queen the moment Charles becomes king, which is the moment Queen Elizabeth II dies.
Isn’t her being divorced a big problem?
|by Camilla||reply 46||04/17/2021|
'Bookmark me. Statistically elderly couples die not far apart.'
That's because the one left behind pines and neglects their health. That's not going to happen with TQ as she's surrounded by unctuous courtiers and her family, plus kept active by her various engagements.
|by Camilla||reply 47||04/17/2021|
William was bright red all day. He's clearly inherited that nasty rosacea Charles has.
|by Camilla||reply 48||04/17/2021|
Time to blow the dust off my dusty muffin!
I've outlived Philip and Porchy and am ready for some new young thing! Give me some big chav dick!
|by Camilla||reply 49||04/17/2021|
If Philip never became "King," how the hell is Camilla going to become "Queen"?
The two cases have nothing to do with one another because of the genders of the parties involved.
Prince Philip was the husband of a Queen Regnant, and though twice the husband of a Queen regnant was made a king too (in the cases of Mary I and her husband Philip of Spain, and of Mary II and her husband Philip of Orange), in the three other more recent cases of a Queen Regnant (Anne, Victoria, and Elizabeth II), Parliament prohibited making the Queen Regnant's husband a king.
Elizabeth II and Prince Philip didn't even try to get Philip made a king, since Victoria had pressed VERY hard to get Parliament to make Prince Albert the King Consort and they wouldn't budge an inch. Philip of Spain being made co-king was the first time it had ever happened, and since when Mary I died he tried to use his status to assert kingship still over the English people and they didn't want him since he wasn't English, it didn't set a precedent. The case of mary II was also a special case because her husband, William of Orange, was her cousin and very close in the line of succession to the British throne, and they wanted two Protestant monarchs reigning together to outweigh the claims on the throne of the still-living James II (Mary II's father), who had abdicated but was a converted Catholic.
In contrast the wife of a man who becomes King Regnant of UK (or of England or of Scotland before then UK existed) has always, always, always been made Queen Consort. if Camilla were not, she would be the first in recorded history.
Camilla will be made Queen Consort when Elizabeth II dies, and Prince Philip's case in no way sets a precedent for her.
|by Camilla||reply 50||04/17/2021|
[quote] No, dear.
It will certainly be noted globally. She is truly the last of her kind.
|by Camilla||reply 51||04/17/2021|
Camilla will never be refered to as 'queen'. She is hated in the nation. She's not called the Princess of Wales and will remain the Duchess of Cornwall.
|by Camilla||reply 52||04/17/2021|
R50, are you R37, R39 and/or R43?
|by Camilla||reply 53||04/17/2021|
That's not what they've announced, r52.
At the very least they've announced she will be known as The Princess Consort.
You hardly have your finger on the pulse of the British people.
|by Camilla||reply 54||04/17/2021|
R52 Doesn't know anything about Britain and has never left the state she was born in.
|by Camilla||reply 55||04/17/2021|
Wouldn’t it be sporting of Camilla to die first and avoid the whole issue?
|by Camilla||reply 56||04/17/2021|
'At the very least they've announced she will be known as The Princess Consort.'
|by Camilla||reply 57||04/17/2021|
Gee, thanks OP, with your non-cited pronouncement.
Maybe you didn't notice the fact that when both spouses are very elderly the death rates for their age group already are extremely high. Or, again, did you find some research papers that located enough deaths of elderly spouses to achieve sufficient power while controlling for age and sex, plus physical and psychological status, and threw in economic status, too?
Lord, these posers.
|by Camilla||reply 58||04/17/2021|
Charles looks more like her brother at this point than a son
|by Camilla||reply 59||04/17/2021|
How many more children need to be sacrificed to keep the lizard Queen alive? The last sacrifice didn't work for Philip.
|by Camilla||reply 60||04/17/2021|
|by Camilla||reply 61||04/17/2021|
Camila will be titled princess consort.
|by Camilla||reply 62||04/17/2021|
Long Live Her Majesty The Queen! I will cry like a baby when she dies, hopefully years in the future.
|by Camilla||reply 63||04/17/2021|
[quote] Her passing will be felt globally
Hardly. As an infinitesimally insignificant plebe from far across the pond, I will feel nothing. And I'm fairly certain that countless masses around the globe will have similar sentiments.
[quote] It will certainly be noted globally. She is truly the last of her kind.
Noted, yes, but felt, not so much. Unless you’re British.
|by Camilla||reply 64||04/17/2021|
R64 I think you are wrong. No matter if you care about the royals, her death will be felt globally, if for no other reason than the fact that she has reigned for so long. For the majority of the people of the world she has been the Queen of the UK since before we were born. We have seen her on the news, magazines, newspapers, web, our entire life. She has just been someone who was always there, a guide stone that linked all generations. While presidents, prime ministers, dictators, and popes have come and gone, she remained.
Also, you are forgetting that she is the Queen of 16 separate countries and the head of the 54 country Commonwealth of Nations.
|by Camilla||reply 65||04/17/2021|
I watched a sniped posted by Sky news on youtube of the funeral procession. They showed the Queen's sons marching slowly. They ALL look so OLD, especially Prince Charles.
|by Camilla||reply 66||04/17/2021|
R65, let me rephrase that from "unless you're British" to "unless you're a subject of Her Majesty".
I don't think you realize how biased your comment sounds. Even though the Queen is the head of state in so many nations, it does not equate to the rest of the world having the same level of affectation for HRH as British subjects may have. I think the statement "felt globally" is hyperbole, and her passing will be a major event of note, not emotion, for the overwhelming and vast majority of the world's peoples.
|by Camilla||reply 67||04/17/2021|
As stated above Mary I's husband was legally co-ruler as King Philip. Parliament was called in both their names and coins cast. An Act of Parliament limited his powers somewhat and insured he would not be king in his own right.
The English suppress this because of their hatred of Catholics and of the Spanish. And of foreigners in general.
Yoing Philip seemed to a hawt one and eleven years younger than Mary. He called her "Tante", "Aunt".
|by Camilla||reply 68||04/17/2021|
R68- That's because the British are JEALOUS because men from Spain are some much HOTTER than British men.
|by Camilla||reply 69||04/17/2021|
Since the man who licked her pussy nightly is dead, there is nothing to live for
|by Camilla||reply 70||04/17/2021|
The best thing that could happen would be for Camilla to kick the bucket before the Queen. Hell, even Charles could go too. There would be rejoicing at Camilla croaking and nobody would be too sad about Charles either.
|by Camilla||reply 71||04/17/2021|
R70- Do you think that Prince Charles LICKS Camilla's PUSSY nightly?
|by Camilla||reply 72||04/17/2021|
[quote]I hope the Queen lives long enough to beat France's King Louis XIV's record of 72 years and 110 days.
QE II will break that record if she makes it to June of 2024. She will then be the longest-reigning European monarch in history.
|by Camilla||reply 73||04/17/2021|
R67 And, I think you're wrong. I'm not a subject of Her Majesty, but I know it will be felt emotionally by myself and others around me. She is without a doubt THE most famous woman in the world and has been for 70 years. If you don't think people will feel it when she passes you are wrong. They might not wail and cry about it, but it will be felt simply because we have never known a world without her, she was always there. She is known the world over whether you live in a ghetto, the jungle, the desert, a farm in the middle of Iowa, or in a major city.
Victoria's death was felt globally, even outside her realms, because of longevity. And, she was only at the beginning of global mass media. Elizabeth II has reign has brought us huge advances, so that she hasn't only been in our newspapers, but in our homes through television and computers. We have watched her Coronation(which was the first real global TV event), we've watched as she celebrated family weddings and mourned others. We even watched as she became a Bond girl and opened the Olympics.
|by Camilla||reply 74||04/17/2021|
R24 Toss off, wanker.
|by Camilla||reply 75||04/17/2021|
I like Camilla. There. I said it.
|by Camilla||reply 76||04/17/2021|
I like Camilla too. She would be a great person to sit down and have a few g&t's and fags with. Earthy, unpretentious old broad.
|by Camilla||reply 77||04/17/2021|
The Queen will be around for many years to come.
Even if she doesn't have places to go and things to do, She's not about to give up the 👑 Crown just yet.
|by Camilla||reply 78||04/17/2021|
"I declare before you all that my whole life whether it be long or short shall be devoted to your service and the service of our great imperial family to which we all belong."
Princess Elizabeth of York, 1947
|by Camilla||reply 79||04/17/2021|
Is plant foot 👣 like green thumb ?
|by Camilla||reply 80||04/17/2021|
Charles will make a wonderful King and everyone in the RF likes Camilla. Both William and Harry think of her as a mother. Charles is very pro-gay - his staff has always been mostly gay men - and many of his friends are gay, too. He is extremely well-educated and smart. He loves art, gardens and architecture. His duchy is well-run and profitable. He builds beautiful new classic villages, too.
The story that Charles and Camilla had an affair while he was married to Diana is completely false. It was Diana who had an affair first and she had many lovers before Charles did anything. It is really a shame that the Crown lied about this. Now most people believe Diana was the victim, rather than Charles.
|by Camilla||reply 81||04/17/2021|
If Charles should predecease Her Majesty, which is becoming increasingly more plausible, what would Camilla become? The Dowager Duchess of Cornwall?
|by Camilla||reply 82||04/17/2021|
Dowager duchess of Rottweiler
|by Camilla||reply 83||04/17/2021|
Charles looks almost as old as his mother!
|by Camilla||reply 84||04/17/2021|
R74, I think you're living in an ivory tower, far from reality.
Yes, most of the world has never known life without the Queen being in our lives and in our homes via the media, but she is far from a being an omnipresent beacon, as you seem to imply. Being extremely well-known and ever-present through the decades does not necessarily form an emotional bond among vast amounts of people.
If any one of the remaining Beatles were to die, I would be personally affected and so would many of the people I know, because, for us, they were a "guide" at seemingly turbulent times in our young lives. But, there will be equally as many people, if not more so, despite the Beatles' global fame and influence, who will not care less when that time comes.
I don't doubt her future passing will personally affect you and those around you, but that does not make it universally so. You're just expressing your perspective and the similar perspectives of those like-minded near and dear to you.
|by Camilla||reply 85||04/17/2021|
The Queen is still relevant and globally famous to people of all ages r85. Only old Boomers could give a fuck about Paul McCartney.
|by Camilla||reply 86||04/17/2021|
[quote]R22 Queen Elizabeth is made out of good stuff
Then why is her family so across-the-boards fucked up?
|by Camilla||reply 87||04/17/2021|
I think she will prove you wrong, OP. I think their will be a new love, new career opportunities, and a new love come Lizzie’s way by August.
|by Camilla||reply 88||04/17/2021|
Sorry, Phil was shooting his load in my tits while I was typing. I meant to say a new love, career opportunities, and a new BABY!!!!
|by Camilla||reply 89||04/17/2021|
She should somehow be kept alive for another 7 or 8 decades so that she also outlives Wills and Georgy. Kate will explode with fury as will her trolley dolly madam, I mean, mum.
|by Camilla||reply 90||04/17/2021|
[quote] The Queen is still relevant and globally famous to people of all ages
You're hilarious R86. Being famous in of itself means nothing, and as for the Queen still being relevant, I would have to ask, to whom? Subscribers to People magazine? Readers of the trash-laden British tabloids?
|by Camilla||reply 91||04/17/2021|
r91 you're a bitter pill. The Queen is still an international figure and in the news all the time. She's famous the world over.
[quote]Subscribers to People magazine? Readers of the trash-laden British tabloids?
She's the head of government of Britain and the Commonwealth.
|by Camilla||reply 92||04/17/2021|
Elizabeth the Steadfast.
|by Camilla||reply 93||04/17/2021|
Yeah, People magazine readers and British tabloid readers are the only ones who are going to care when the Queen dies. Christ, you're a fucking idiot.
|by Camilla||reply 94||04/17/2021|
If the Queen has to live to 112 in order to outlive Charles, then she's fucking well going to do it. Anything to ensure the throne goes straight to William.
|by Camilla||reply 95||04/17/2021|
The Queen is, without a doubt, the most well-known living woman in the entire world, and perhaps the most well known person, period. Her passing will be noted globally. All of your hissy fits are not going to change that.
|by Camilla||reply 96||04/17/2021|
Her passing will be noted globally, everyplace. In the UK, Europe, North America, Australia and many Commonwealth countries (past and present) it will be exceptionally noted, huge news dominating the news cycle for days.
|by Camilla||reply 97||04/17/2021|
The queens passing will break the Internet.
|by Camilla||reply 98||04/17/2021|
R38 You don’t expect stupid on DL - but you get a few on the Royal threads. They are quite easy to spot.
|by Camilla||reply 99||04/17/2021|
[quote] She's the head of government of Britain and the Commonwealth.
She isn't. The Prime Minister is the Head of the British Government. The monarch is the Head of State.
|by Camilla||reply 100||04/17/2021|
The Queen's passing will be a massive global event, regardless of whether it affects particular individuals or not. It will be massive because she's so famous, has been around for so many decades and connects so many parts of the globe. It may also be the trigger for significant changes in countries where she is the head of state. Her death won't have an significant economic or social impact but it will lead to certain political/constitutional changes.
Psychologically, it will have a huge impact on the UK, which in the long run will lead to positive developments. Charles just doesn't have her charisma and is over 70, he will only be king briefly. I can even see Charles being willing to stand down as he gets older in favour of William.
Going from the Queen to Charles to William will help the UK grow up and stop imagining that we are the centre of the world and begin to understand that we're really just a medium-sized country with a certain level of global influence but not anywhere near as much as we imagine.
|by Camilla||reply 101||04/17/2021|
Head of State, ok.
|by Camilla||reply 102||04/17/2021|
It will be a Big News Story but the world isn't going to lurch to a complete stop when the old lady dies. People will be sad but....
She's one billion years old.
|by Camilla||reply 103||04/17/2021|
r101 put it correctly, it will have enormous psychological effect in the UK, and in the West. There will generally be a global outpouring of affection and sadness, not just for the woman herself, but for what she generally represents - loyalty, duty, steadfastness - that is so greatly missing in our current social configuration.
|by Camilla||reply 104||04/18/2021|
There is nothing more amusing than a bunch of Americans pontificating upon the British monarchy, a subject about which most of you know nothing that you haven’t gleaned from “The Crown”.
|by Camilla||reply 105||04/18/2021|
Americans know more than you think, r105. Our cultures are intertwined.
|by Camilla||reply 106||04/18/2021|
Arlene Dahl is not fucking Prince Philip, unless she’s a necrophiliac
|by Camilla||reply 107||04/18/2021|
R106 Such as thinking that HM is the Head of Government of Britain and the Commonwealth? Questioning why the Duke of Edinburgh wasn’t King? Disputing the announcement from the POW’s office that upon his accession that Camilla will be known as The Princess Consort? Referring to HM in 1947 as “Princess Elizabeth of York”? Referring to her style as “Her Royal Majesty”?
All that cultural intertwining hasn’t had much of an impact on the average American, R106. Most Americans know very little about the USA and much less about anywhere else.
|by Camilla||reply 108||04/18/2021|
She has very little stress on her life. She will live to be in her hundreds jus like her mum.
|by Camilla||reply 109||04/18/2021|
From a recent Popbitch email newsletter:
>> Crown jewels << Ask not for whom libel tolls
The drawback of dedicating your life to the service of a country like the United Kingdom is that, once you've carked it, its libel laws absolutely hang you out to dry. Still, now there's less chance of the Royal lawyers getting mad at us for asking, maybe we'll get to find out if there was ever any truth to the many crazy rumours that circulated about Phil over the years.
The rumours that he was the real dad of Valerie Singleton, for instance. Or the real dad of Helen Mirren. Or that he once had an affair with Joanna Lumley. Or that he was the naked waiter tending at Stephen Ward's Profumo Scandal sex parties.
The one we're most curious to know the truth behind though is the rumour that went around the set of The Crown a few years ago. The one suggesting that the reason its writer, Peter Morgan, is so obsessed with the Royals is because Philip once had an affair with his mum.
FYI: The Lumley rumour once made its way into a joke in an episode of Ab Fab (S5E3) where Eddie and Patsy are killing time in a panic room and Patsy admits to having shagged Brad Pitt, Hugh Grant and Prince Philip.
|by Camilla||reply 110||04/18/2021|
I love all the "The Queen will live well into her 100s because her mother did!" nutters.
They're so good at science.
|by Camilla||reply 111||04/18/2021|
[quote]Referring to HM in 1947 as “Princess Elizabeth of York”
R108 In 1947, when the Queen gave her 21st birthday speech from South Africa, she was styled HRH The Princess Elizabeth. For the first 10 years of her life, she was indeed known as HRH Princess Elizabeth of York.
|by Camilla||reply 112||04/18/2021|
The Queen cannot die. This would mean she could no longer covet and wear her dozens of crowns or hundreds of brooches and necklaces. It's all about the diamonds, baby!
|by Camilla||reply 113||04/18/2021|
She tougher than you think. She's weathered a lot of bullshit, particularly in the past couple of decades. She'll be grieving for Philip, but his death did not come as a shock.
|by Camilla||reply 114||04/18/2021|
Yes, R112 - she was at one time “Princess Elizabeth of York”, until her father acceded in December 1936, when she was styled and entitled as “HRH The Princess Elizabeth” as a daughter of the Sovereign. As I said upthread, she wasn’t “Princess Elizabeth of York” in 1947.
What’s your point?
|by Camilla||reply 115||04/18/2021|
[quote] Statistically elderly couples die not far apart.
Well, Duh . . .
|by Camilla||reply 116||04/18/2021|
[quote]the Cocoa Latte Creole Voodoo Priestess of Mentecito.
This is some kind of fabulous.
|by Camilla||reply 117||04/18/2021|
She will die of old age, not because Prince Philip isn't around. I'm sure she will keep herself busy with royal duties like writing letters and shitting on Diana's grave.
|by Camilla||reply 118||04/18/2021|
You are clearly NOT a royalist and don't know what the hell you are talking about.
So Diana's famous Panorama interview in which she stated their marriage was quite crowded with 3 people = was total delusion?
Charles ADMITTED the affair himself in his own sit down tell-all interview and in a biography he participated with. Not to mention "tampon-gate" caught on tape.
I love Austin but I don't like some ignorant troll from Austin speaking total nonsense and lies.
Will never understand gay men who think it's funny to be pro-Charles & Anti-Diana. Unless you are clueless to the fact that Diana's work in AIDS hospices was monumentally important, not glamorous and the BRF was NOT thrilled with Diana being photographed hugging frail & dying gay men, covered in lesions ! Diana didn't care. She hugged these people at a time when people were fearful of even shaking the hands of someone with AIDS. Nancy Regan certainly wasn't seen in AIDS hospices.
Also, that article above stating Camilla's "rising popularity" was prior to the last season of the Crown (hugely popular in the UK). I'd bet she's much less liked these days.
An interesting fact not covered in the Crown is that at one point Charles made Parker Bowles (Camillas husband) "Head of his Private Security" so that he'd have even more access to her.
|by Camilla||reply 119||04/18/2021|
What r65 and r74 said.
I adore that old war horse Q E II. But 64 and 74 isn't right because of my subjective reaction to her.
He or she is right from the objective facts- for billions of people, Q E II is the single, living, breathing human repository of the collective memories of historical events and eras over the last 70 plus years.
You look at pix of her and Prince Phillip with every famous person going back to Truman, Eisenhower, the Kennedys, and that's just the Americans.
President Obama described Q E II as "astonishing" and although that word accurately captures her presence on Earth, somehow, it still seems inadequate.
And her fame still is unmatched; a presence that was placed upon her (she didn't ask to be Queen) long before the instant fame that can be achieved via the internet as an "influencer".
|by Camilla||reply 120||04/18/2021|
I think so too, OP.
|by Camilla||reply 121||04/18/2021|
HM has much to keep her busy. Plus she's very faithful, she will believe she will meet her loved ones again after death, that should keep her sustained. She is truly a trouper and much loved.
|by Camilla||reply 122||04/18/2021|
Cicely Tyson was conducting interviews for her new book, and she seemed as sharp and energetic as usual. She died the day before a second round of interviews were planned.
When it comes to old people, every day might be their last. The man she loved for 80 years is gone.
When her father died, she had her mother, husband, sister and grandmother.
When her mother died, she had her sister and husband.
When her sister died, she had her husband.
Now who does she have?
|by Camilla||reply 123||04/18/2021|
r108 you must love to hear yourself talk. Your opinions are not reality.
|by Camilla||reply 124||04/18/2021|
Why? She isn't sickly. Why don't you go instead?
|by Camilla||reply 125||04/18/2021|
The Queen is supposedly going to live at Windsor Castle from now on.
|by Camilla||reply 126||04/18/2021|
[quote]I hope the Queen lives long enough to beat France's King Louis XIV's record of 72 years and 110 days.
|by Camilla||reply 127||04/18/2021|
Yes, it's true. When Charles married Diana he was faithful to her and he was not involved with Camilla until after Diana had been sleeping around (she says she started having affairs with other men in 1986). Diana had been fed lies by people like Martin Bashir to incite her to say things like that. It does not make it true. Charles has NEVER said that he was involved with Camilla until after he and Diana were separated. It's in his "official" bio. Although you may not like her, Lady Colin Campbell, has also documented this in her books. The idea that Charles and Camilla were having an affair throughout his marriage to Diana is a complete lie. One of my closest friends or many, many years knew Diana before she married the Prince. He is/was close friends with many members of the RF. He stays with them when he is in GB.
|by Camilla||reply 128||04/18/2021|
I deeply admire Charles and he supported my work restoring Russian palaces in the 1990's. I am not a royalist but I think he is great great hero when it comes to historical restoration.and support of the arts. He loves gardens and so do I.
|by Camilla||reply 129||04/18/2021|
Mother dearest died in 2015...my 100 yr old dad has NEVER been better. He's got a few more good yrs, too
|by Camilla||reply 130||04/18/2021|
[quote]There is nothing more amusing than a bunch of Americans pontificating upon the British monarchy, a subject about which most of you know nothing that you haven’t gleaned from “The Crown”.
I, personally, as an American, think it's embarrassing and disgraceful that there are so many Americans who care so passionately about Queen Elizabeth and the UK monarchy in general.
What the Brits do with their monarchy is their own business, but Americans who demand to watch Philip's funeral live or obsess over the latest chapter of Harry-and-Meghan are just ludicrous.
|by Camilla||reply 131||04/18/2021|
And yet here you are commenting.
|by Camilla||reply 132||04/18/2021|
To each their own, r 131. You obviously felt the need to add you opinion to a subject that you supposedly don't care about. That is fine, but you also don't get to tell others what they should or shouldn't be interested in!
|by Camilla||reply 133||04/18/2021|
from wiki about the Panorama interview. Bashir showed fake documents to 'prove' that Charles and Camilla had been having an affair. He showed them to her during filming:
In November 2020, 25 years after the interview, the BBC director general Tim Davie apologised to Earl Spencer, the brother of the princess, for the use of fake bank statements falsely indicating people close to her had been paid for spying. The fake bank statements had been created by one of the corporation's freelance graphic designers, Matt Wiessler. However a 1996 internal BBC investigation concluded that the fake documents were not used to secure the interview and cleared Bashir of any wrongdoing. The inquiry, following a Mail on Sunday account of the falsified documents, was headed by Tony Hall, who later became BBC director-general and was succeeded by Tim Davie in 2020. Hall acknowledged having never interviewed Matt Wiessler for the 1996 internal inquiry. Wiessler said in 2020 that work dried up for him after the 1996 inquiry cleared Bashir, and said he had been made the scapegoat.
Earl Spencer, another individual who was not interviewed in 1996, rejected the apology and demanded an inquiry. Spencer told Davie he possessed records of all his contacts with Bashir which apparently imply the journalist told the princess false information to gain her trust. He said that Bashir had made false and defamatory claims about senior members of the royal family and, without the faked documents, would not have introduced Bashir to his sister. Davie announced on 9 November the corporation was in the process of commissioning an independent inquiry. Michael Grade, a former chairman of the BBC, said that the allegations left "a very dark cloud hanging over BBC journalism".
|by Camilla||reply 134||04/18/2021|
Her Majesty carries on.
|by Camilla||reply 135||04/18/2021|
r110 Singleton and Mirren look nothing like Philip at all, although they do bear a bit of a resemblance to each other ironically. Singleton was conceived in late 1936 when Philip would have been a 15 year old schoolboy, so I'm not sure how that was supposed to have worked out.
Still, expect the Mail and other yellow tabs to begin with the cutesy coy stories over the coming weeks and months, about his supposed extra-martial friends and activities. They're already up to it, one day post-burial: the Mail put up this cute headline about "bumpy rides" on private planes with younger blondes.
|by Camilla||reply 136||04/18/2021|
R128- Lady Colin Campbell sounds TRANS to me.
|by Camilla||reply 137||04/18/2021|
|by Camilla||reply 138||04/18/2021|
Wooo child, the RACISM in this thread, in this site, in the gay community, comes through in these anti Meghan threads.
|by Camilla||reply 139||04/18/2021|
Fat ho OP will croak before the Queen does, mark my words.
|by Camilla||reply 140||04/18/2021|
It's because of CUNTISM that we hate Megs, not RACISM.
|by Camilla||reply 141||04/18/2021|
The Meghan haters are also the deranged, anti Diana loons and Camilla lovers. They are one in the same.
|by Camilla||reply 142||04/18/2021|
“one in the same”, R142?
|by Camilla||reply 143||04/18/2021|
Other OP predictions:
- It will snow in January
- G will lose the Oscar
- A bottom will call himself verse on Grindr
|by Camilla||reply 144||04/18/2021|
My Mom got conned into buying a full set of World Book Encyclopedia way back in 1978. I was seven when I first found out that someone named Queen Elizabeth II existed when I browsed to her entry in World Book. This is the first image I ever saw of her, and her picture was given an entire page. Surely, this lady must be a big deal I thought.
|by Camilla||reply 145||04/18/2021|
Aww, what a sweet memory, r145.
I remember paging through my parent's encyclopedia when I was a kid.
|by Camilla||reply 146||04/18/2021|
🎂 I know that the Queen tried to steal Mom's birthday, but my Mom claimed it first.
Bet that wasn't mentioned in The Crown.🍴
|by Camilla||reply 147||04/18/2021|
Charles was sleeping with Camilla before, during, and after Diana.
|by Camilla||reply 148||04/18/2021|
The family are making arrangements to support the Queen.
|by Camilla||reply 149||04/19/2021|
I love Camilla. She seems fun to be around. Have a few g&ts and just dish. Also the world is not worth living when the Queen passes.
|by Camilla||reply 150||04/19/2021|
When HM The Queen dies, I will be devastated. I will never recover. I will consign to a life in the forest. Everyday I will ponder life without HM. What agony this will be.
|by Camilla||reply 151||04/19/2021|
Her mother lived until 103.
|by Camilla||reply 152||04/19/2021|
Listen, I don't hate her not do I wish she were dead, by all this she's at the loss of Elizabeth II I'm like, really? This woman lived a great, privileged life, with the mere inconvenience of the public wondering about her private life. She close to 100 years old and is about to break records as the longest reigning monarch. When she dies her funeral will cost more than any house I can ever dream of buying. I'll save my worry and empathy for people who truly need it
|by Camilla||reply 153||04/19/2021|
Do you think Elizabeth sucked off Philip? Slurping on his big dong?
|by Camilla||reply 154||04/19/2021|
R154 You mean lately? When they were younger?
|by Camilla||reply 155||04/19/2021|
Cookie lived to almost 102. Big Liz has many more miles left in her.
|by Camilla||reply 156||04/19/2021|
R155, younger of course!
|by Camilla||reply 157||04/19/2021|
Even if The Queen likes her children and grandson’s spouses, why the fuck would she want to spend her free time being coddled by Sophie, Kate and Camilla? Ultimately, they mean noting to her...
|by Camilla||reply 158||04/19/2021|
The Queen celebrates her 95th birthday on April 21. Here she is through the years.
|by Camilla||reply 159||04/19/2021|
When a woman is widowed young in life, in her 30s, 40s or 50s, she is likely to be able to survive and go one living for a long time. This isn't the case of a woman in her 80s or 90s where her long time partner dies. It's much more of a trauma, and when you're in your 90s, there's not much more to live for, so it's easier to let go.
|by Camilla||reply 160||04/19/2021|
[quote]..when you're in your 90s, there's not much more to live for, so it's easier to let go.
Unless you're the fucking Queen of England, etc. Then you have plenty to live for.
Philip always walked behind her. She has always been devoted to the crown and this is not going to turn her from that.
|by Camilla||reply 161||04/19/2021|
I think Charles might go first.
|by Camilla||reply 162||04/19/2021|
I used to love that the only world leaders who'd been there, and still in the same position, since I was born were Queen Elizabeth II and Fidel Castro. Opposite ends of the spectrum, but I was entertained by that.
Then Fidel died.
When the Queen goes, I will feel a very weird and very intense sadness.
|by Camilla||reply 163||04/19/2021|
She’s got a few years left in her.
|by Camilla||reply 164||04/19/2021|
She'll bury you, OP.
|by Camilla||reply 165||04/19/2021|
I wonder if Charles will die before Liz. Have you guys seen his hands at the funeral? His fingers were purple and swollen. Did not look healthy and he's only early 70s.
|by Camilla||reply 166||04/19/2021|
I do not wish her dead. I think she should step back and down though. Way past that actually.
|by Camilla||reply 167||04/19/2021|
Charles is her insurance policy against calls to step down.
|by Camilla||reply 168||04/19/2021|
She’s not stepping down because she’s senile and has lost good judgment.
|by Camilla||reply 169||04/19/2021|
R-52 Sorry to differ. In the UK, in circles that matter, the Duchess of Cornwall is considered to be good for Prince Charles and decent person all around. I hope she becomes Queen Camilla for eons and spends most of her time pissing on the lovely people that have been so kind.
|by Camilla||reply 170||04/19/2021|
She's not stepping down because she doesn't want it to be just another job, with retirement benefits. She really believes that it is a calling for life. Also doesn't want to be just a Scandinavian monarch, where you kind of do it but are still Queenie from the Block. She hates all that shit and doesn't want it to fall into another category. That is really why.
|by Camilla||reply 171||04/19/2021|
She isn't senile in the least, there's nothing to indicate that at all. Physically she's much slower, but all accounts her mental faculties are fully intact. She was just out driving by herself yesterday, at Windsor.
|by Camilla||reply 172||04/19/2021|
If she can’t see she’s not doing her job well and the country is in the throes post Brexit and the BRF is in disarray, yup, she’s senile. And no, she shouldn’t be allowed to drive by herself.
|by Camilla||reply 173||04/19/2021|
The country being a mess isn't her concern, that's BoJo's and the Cabinet's. The BRF has never been more popular and is in very good shape r173. Why would you say otherwise? Not because of the wayward Sussexes or Andrew, all of whom have been deftly sidelined.
|by Camilla||reply 174||04/19/2021|
|by Camilla||reply 175||04/19/2021|
No we are not r142. I am moderate on Diana and lukewarmish on Camilla, but dislike (I don't "hate" her) the Duchess of Sussex.
|by Camilla||reply 176||04/19/2021|
[quote]'At the very least they've announced she will be known as The Princess Consort.'
Easy enough to find on wikipedia:
[quote] If Charles becomes king, the Duchess would legally and automatically become queen consort, in accordance with English common law. [bold]Clarence House stated on the occasion of their wedding in 2005 that Camilla would adopt the style of Princess Consort instead of that of a queen,[/bold] but there is no legal or historical precedent for such a title. "Princess Consort" mirrors the style of Albert, Prince Consort, husband of Queen Victoria. In 2018, Clarence House removed the statement regarding Camilla's proposed style from its official website. In 2020, however, Clarence House confirmed that plans for Camilla to adopt the style of Princess Consort remain unchanged.
|by Camilla||reply 177||04/19/2021|
Wow...I bet OP doesn’t get invited to many parties.
|by Camilla||reply 178||04/19/2021|
I'll give to Lizzy-- She took an anarchronistic position that has no role in modern life and ran with it.
|by Camilla||reply 179||04/19/2021|
Anyone think the monarchy will die with her, or at least soon after?
|by Camilla||reply 180||04/19/2021|
R173 - I am sure that all the gay men jailed, beaten and tortured by Castro and his Communist allies who called us degenerates and pedophiles weren't amused at all but knock your ignorant self out.
|by Camilla||reply 181||04/19/2021|
No one seems to mention - did Prince Philip and Camilla get along?
|by Camilla||reply 182||04/19/2021|
I'm guessing you meant me, r181. And yes, the Castro regime was one of the 99 percent of places it was truly shitty to be a gay man in the 1950s and 1960s and 1970s and 1980s and 1990s and even on into the 21st century.
Virtue signalled. You win.
|by Camilla||reply 183||04/19/2021|
I think it's embarrassing that other elderly monarchs have stepped down so that their heirs can reign but this old bag won't. I follow the Spanish Royal Family and it's great seeing King Felipe do the work that a frail Juan Carlos would look exhausted doing now. SMH
|by Camilla||reply 184||04/19/2021|
Nobody is the Queen of England. Nobody. You can say they are all equally royal, but they aren't. There is nobody with the same prestige and the same background, including the Spanish Royal Family that took a break during the long Franco regime. Nobody. Nobody cares as much about being presented in any other palace or to any other monarch as people clamor for invitations to Buckingham Palace. it's an accident of history, but there it is. No other royal matters as much, not the Japanese Emperor, not the various Arab kings, not this or that European royal, nobody. It doesn't make sense. It doesn't have to. It simply is the way things are right now.
|by Camilla||reply 185||04/19/2021|
R185 Nobody is the Queen of England because there is no “Queen of England”.
|by Camilla||reply 186||04/19/2021|
I don't think I'll accept a new monarch. Liz has been the Queen of England my whole life and I don't care about Charly or Wills as king. The monarchy will die with Liz. I felt the same with Pope John Paul II. He had been the pope my whole life and I don't care that much about Francis or that other guy (is he still alive?). I know, silly, but that's how I feel. There is only room for one Queen/King of England and only one Pope in my heart.
|by Camilla||reply 187||04/19/2021|
Don't be pissy r186. You know what I meant, and you know I am right.
|by Camilla||reply 188||04/19/2021|
I know what you meant, R188, and I know what you wrote, which was incorrect - there hasn’t been a Queen (or King) of England since 1603.
It’s a common American mistake to not understand that there is a difference between England and The United Kingdom.
You call it “pissy”, I call it “accurate”.
|by Camilla||reply 189||04/19/2021|
It's just pissy, R189. It's just pissy.
You made the accuracy irrelevant with your awful presentation.
|by Camilla||reply 190||04/19/2021|
r182 at first he and TQ were dismayed by her affair with Charles. Philip initially sided with Diana, believe it or not. As time wore on, they grew to accept and even appreciate her, esp in these past several years.
|by Camilla||reply 191||04/19/2021|
[Quote] And yes, the Castro regime was one of the 99 percent of places it was truly shitty to be a gay man in the 1950s and 1960s and 1970s and 1980s and 1990s and even on into the 21st century.
Considering Castro took power in 1959 and prior to that America-backed fascist Batista was in power, the shittyness started long before Castro
|by Camilla||reply 192||04/19/2021|
I can believe that r191. Camilla just fits in a hell of a lot more. I loved Diana but she basically hated everything they loved. I could see Camilla being a much easier daughter in law all around.
|by Camilla||reply 193||04/19/2021|
QUEEN OF ENGLAND
|by Camilla||reply 194||04/19/2021|
Camilla is low life trash, not to mention a horsefaced monstrosity! She and Charles are actually perfect for each other. Diana was way too good for him!
|by Camilla||reply 195||04/19/2021|
How are the DL klanners going to cope when their ancient idol dies? I think Dex, Surviving Angel, the Titles Troll and the Pet Troll will probably commit suicide. Let's hope so!
|by Camilla||reply 196||04/19/2021|
Charles and Camilla should've been allowed to marry back in the 70s, they really are the loves of each others' lives. They weren't allowed to because Camilla had a bit of a reputation as a party girl and that was unacceptable back then. It was such a different world.
|by Camilla||reply 197||04/19/2021|
FWIW I know two people who have met Camilla privately and socially - they both said the same thing, that she is great company, very warm, very friendly, loves a G&T and is absolutely not stuck up or snobbish.
Neither were fans before they met her, and neither knows the other, which is why I trust their judgement.
|by Camilla||reply 198||04/19/2021|
I find that totally believable r198. Again, I do get why people loved Diana for bringing style and glamor and also actual empathy to the Royal Family, but Camilla grew up with them, knew them, shares their hobbies (which I'm kind of with Diana on, I bet hunting and dogs and horses and Balmoral are actually really, really tedious to most people), but she fits in so much better. And yeah, I bet like the Queen Mother she loves her gin and tonics.
|by Camilla||reply 199||04/19/2021|
Camilla is dumb as mud. Left school aged 16. Another Diana, brainless but this time servile and docile like Middleton.
|by Camilla||reply 200||04/19/2021|
Uh oh, were you the Screamer r200?
|by Camilla||reply 201||04/19/2021|
Her mother rarely bathed.
|by Camilla||reply 202||04/19/2021|
My guess is that she will live to about 105, give or take. She may even outlive Charles. That bitch looks healthier than some 40 year olds, I know. I don't think she and Philip had the kind of marriage where his death will have some overwhelming affect on her mental well-being and life span. Hell, she might even make it to 110.
|by Camilla||reply 203||04/19/2021|
How to Spot a Rancid Klan Granny
Always calls Kate 'Catherine' or 'Katherine' to make her chav ass sound more regal
Usually refers to another poster by their R number in a patronising way
Uses puerile nicknames such as Hazbean
Genuinely thinks that Scotland is a fantastic place to spend a few weeks in August
Relates rumours as if they're verified facts
Thinks a 110 lb woman of 5ft 4 is fat
Believes the Queen will live to be 105
Defends Prince Pedophile
|by Camilla||reply 204||04/19/2021|
How to spot a Meghan supporter: fucking stupid.
|by Camilla||reply 205||04/19/2021|
r205 Meghan wouldn't piss on their broke asses if they were on fire. She's a classic narcissist with limitless ambition. She's no ally to anyone but herself.
|by Camilla||reply 206||04/19/2021|
Thanks for reminding me of one trait I forgot, R206 - Klan Grannies always rant about narcissism, grifting, BPD and sociopathy. Endlessly.
|by Camilla||reply 207||04/19/2021|
2 or 3 years so 2023 probably.
|by Camilla||reply 208||04/19/2021|
I think the Klan Granny troll is a Sunshine Sachs bot. If not, he's a desperate loser. Meghan Markle isn't your friend, she wouldn't give you the time of day. She's a classic narcissist and grifter of the first order. I can't believe people admire this woman just because of her ethnicity.
|by Camilla||reply 209||04/19/2021|
|by Camilla||reply 210||04/19/2021|
My grandparents were about this age, 94 and 98, and after he died she died in less than a year. The funny thing was she wasn’t happy with him at all. She was just so isolated after his death, I think it’s the isolation that killed her more than losing her partner. They had lived such a steady lifestyle for so long, suddenly everything changed and she was an elderly woman rattling around the house alone. Old people don’t take change well. At least the queen has staff.
I asked her once, how is it living so long. She said, all her brothers and sisters were dead, and all her in laws and friends, and basically everybody she was close with, who really knew her life and history, had died. There were grandkids and kids and all, but it wasn’t the same. When you’re that old, you want people around that have lived through the things you have, and at that age, there aren’t any in your circle of acquaintance.
|by Camilla||reply 211||04/19/2021|
It's only because of her race r210.
|by Camilla||reply 212||04/19/2021|
Right r209 and you hate her because of her race
|by Camilla||reply 213||04/19/2021|
Nope r209 that's a simplistic argument for morons. It's the grifting narcissism. Among other awful personality traits. Her race is the only reason why a lot of people make excuses for her. If she were 100% white she would be universally disliked. And god knows she and her defenders blame everything on "racism" when in fact she's just a toxic personality.
|by Camilla||reply 214||04/19/2021|
How much is Sunshine Sachs paying the Klan Granny troll?
|by Camilla||reply 215||04/19/2021|
R215 = Welp Troll who thinks anyone who likes Meghan is a paid bot. Typical Qanon type.
|by Camilla||reply 216||04/20/2021|
Camilla was not in love with Charles when they first were involved. She was in love with the guy she married. Every young aristocrat woman in England was in love with him. Charles knew this - but was obsessed with her. But anyway, Camilla married the guy, had some kids - but he cheated on her a lot. Openly. That's when she turned back to Charles.
|by Camilla||reply 217||04/20/2021|
R196 - I was under the impression that Survivinf Angel was a female who had worked in adult entertainment? I mean, I may be confused but....age.
|by Camilla||reply 218||04/20/2021|
I don't think the country will be much in love with moody William either. He always looks like he got done cursing out his wife or is about to smack someone when he gets old. Just a ball of rage. Such a shame a more warm and personable monarch couldn't be stepping up to the plate. Sweden seemed to have lucked up with a pleasant female heir. She ain't much to look at (like her daddy) but she's warm and loved by her people. All the other houses have boring as dish water middle aged men or a fat princess coming up to bat.
I think the days of Kings should end. Really, Constitutional Monarchy's work better with a female monarch and typically male Prime Minister or government leader. Can be female whatever but with soft power place the traditional softer sex as the head. Rather then a bunch of men looking to prove themselves to get over their mommy or daddy issues.
The press will cover for William and Charles but these men aren't soft, kind, or warm. Neither is Elizabeth but as a woman it works because we assume she's softer or kinder then she is hence the nice old grandma or mother thing. Just hand Charlotte, Anne, or the prettier York sister the throne and be done with these stupid men.
|by Camilla||reply 219||04/20/2021|
^^^ very very stupid
|by Camilla||reply 220||04/20/2021|
[quote]The press will cover for William and Charles but these men aren't soft, kind, or warm.
Name one fucking monarch who has ever had those qualities. You're the fucking KING or QUEEN. You're not a warm fuzzy cuddly person.
|by Camilla||reply 221||04/20/2021|
What was stupid about post? Give examples or shut your whore mouth.
|by Camilla||reply 222||04/20/2021|
She’ll last another 10 years.....her mother died at 102.
|by Camilla||reply 223||04/20/2021|
R222 - Constitutional Monarchy where the only heirs to the throne are young attractive females? And the Head of Government is restricted to males only? Beyond stupid. Idiotic, R222.
The plural of monarchy is “monarchies”, not “monarchy’s”. You’re not very well educated, are you, R222?
Females are “the softer sex”, R222? Where are you posting from, 1962?
There’s plenty more stupid in your sophomoric post but that’s a start.
|by Camilla||reply 224||04/20/2021|
All you Klan cunts are desperate for the grisly Queen to live to 105. I truly think some of you will die too when she expires - you're all SO worshipful. Stupid, servile old women.
|by Camilla||reply 225||04/20/2021|
Who the hell would want to be Andrew's fiancee?
|by Camilla||reply 226||04/21/2021|
The Queen is 95 years old today and she has released a statement.
|by Camilla||reply 227||04/21/2021|
R226 - Fergie?
|by Camilla||reply 228||04/21/2021|
R228 - Fergie already lives there.
|by Camilla||reply 229||04/21/2021|
R1, she just got 2 new puppies that she walks daily.
|by Camilla||reply 230||04/21/2021|
That's not necessarily true; my stepfather who was utterly dependent on my mother outlived by nearly 2 years; up to that point, he could barely make it to the grocery store & back without her direction. People are more resourceful than you think. Also, all this Harkle/Andrew drama might have the unintended consequence for QEII of making sure Charles & William have a clear plan going forward so things won't fall into turmoil once she's gone. Her health appears to be strong & she's got a reason to keep going, so who knows how much longer she'll last.
|by Camilla||reply 231||04/21/2021|
[quote]R197 Charles and Camilla should've been allowed to marry back in the 70s, they really are the loves of each others' lives.
Think how ugly their kids would have been, tho.
|by Camilla||reply 232||04/21/2021|
[quote]R221 Name one fucking monarch who has ever had those qualities. You're the fucking KING or QUEEN. You're not a warm fuzzy cuddly person.
But we’re in a different time now.
Despot lookalikes don’t sell.
|by Camilla||reply 233||04/21/2021|
[quote] The Queen is 95 years old today and she has released a statement.
What did she say? "I am 95 but I look 59. I have more money than any of you and I can still get any man I demand and desire for my pleasure. Jealous, bitches?"
|by Camilla||reply 234||04/21/2021|
IMO, Charles was having a sexual relationship with Camilla before, during, and after Diana. Also, Camilla was not the only side woman he had. IMO, it’s naive to think that Camilla and Diana were the only women he was with (sexually) during the time he was married to Diana. When Charles was younger, he was the equivalent of a rock star. Groupies exist in all social circles.
|by Camilla||reply 235||04/21/2021|
R232, that they are “the loves of each others’ lives” is a lot of romanticized press hooey. The first thing Camilla ever said to Charles was to point out her great grandmother was the mistress of Edward VII. She planted the idea in his mind. She tried to manipulate him into marrying her, but unlike Kate, wasn’t willing to be a doormat and wait endlessly. She knew he fucked around a lot and figured sooner or later she could be his mistress. She fucked him for years, and eventually broke up his marriage. It doesn’t matter if you hate Diana and think she was worthless, he married her and back then no heir to the throne had divorced since Henry VIII, period. So getting him to actually go so far as to divorce her and not even attempt to repair the rift was an extraordinary accomplishment. It’s likely Charles continued to fuck around for years after Camilla was his mistress, and it’s likely she didn’t care one bit, because she manipulated him into their relationship in the first place. He’s a dumb, easily led sucker with a manipulative wife, like Harry. Camilla probably thinks of him as a ticket to a crown, not a human being, and doesn’t care who he fucks. All she cares about is living in luxury and having status, which she does, and drinking breakfast, lunch and dinner. She’s a narcissist. All that “I don’t care about anything but you” codswallop is for the little people to digest.
|by Camilla||reply 236||04/21/2021|
I've read that when Diana made her famous comment about there were three of them in that marriage, she was referring to Squiggy, the boys' nanny. Diana was convinced he was banging her too.
|by Camilla||reply 237||04/21/2021|
R237, maybe he was. Charles fucked everything in a skirt for years and only got married because his family wanted him to produce some children. In those days, most people were trying to get married in their twenties, and he had more pressure than most to get on with it. And the women of his class were all trying to get a rich important husband, they weren’t going to wait around until they were forty to have kids. They were going to grab the best husband they could before they were all taken.
So waiting to marry until his peers were past the age of childbearing was never going to work out, because they would all be married. That’s why Diana was so young. All the women Charles’ age were married long before.
|by Camilla||reply 238||04/21/2021|
Martin Bashir gave fake information to her brother the Earl of Spencer and then to Diana "proving" that Camilla and Charles had been having an affair during her marriage and that the RF was out to get her. Bashir and his co-conspirator even made fake documents. The Earl of Spencer now knows that he and Diana were deceived. The BBC just got into a huge amount of trouble for the Panorama interview. Charles has always told the truth about this.
|by Camilla||reply 239||04/21/2021|
[quote]All she cares about is living in luxury and having status, which she does, and drinking breakfast, lunch and dinner. She’s a narcissist.
Camilla actually isn't that much of a luxury person. She's known to be into horses, her kids & grandkids, her house in Chippenham, cooking and imbibing the odd hot toddy. She was perfectly happy to continue on as Charles's gf, staying in the background and keeping her family out of the spotlight. It was Charles who insisted on bringing her forward to the public as his official partner, and later marry her.
Camilla isn't all that self-centered. A bit dim and simple perhaps, but not power-grabbing.
|by Camilla||reply 240||04/21/2021|
Camilla is a sleazebag, she and Charles deserve each other.
|by Camilla||reply 241||04/21/2021|
Not sure I agree they have/had that much power.
|by Camilla||reply 242||04/22/2021|
I find this implausible. It would be a most unusual gift for a toddler.
A first word being "crocodile" not dada or mama would also be quite unlikely.
Shame the impact Harry and his choice of wife are having on his grandparents final days.
|by Camilla||reply 243||04/22/2021|
If the kids first word was crocodile than that says a lot about what he thinks of his parents.
|by Camilla||reply 244||04/22/2021|
In all reality, the kid's *real* first word was likely "nanna" as in "nanny"
|by Camilla||reply 245||04/22/2021|
The selfish little shit has never asked me how I am.
|by Camilla||reply 246||04/22/2021|
Queen Elizabeth's mother lived 50 years after her husband died to the age of 102.
|by Camilla||reply 247||04/22/2021|
And she was a drunk to the end!
|by Camilla||reply 248||04/22/2021|
The first word is not going to be a 3 syllable word. No way. Mama, Dada or cookie. Top 3
|by Camilla||reply 249||04/24/2021|
From the waffle iron article, this quote cracked me up:
[quote]As for himself, Harry likes to top his waffles with yogurt, jam, berries, honey, or syrup. "I don't know if that's the right thing to do," he said.
Of course this spoilt bint wouldn't know how to eat waffles.
|by Camilla||reply 250||04/24/2021|
Yogurt on waffles? Gross. Maybe ice cream on waffles for dessert? What happened to butter or syrup?
No way the Queen gave a toddler a waffle maker, unless it was requested by the weirdo parents.
|by Camilla||reply 251||04/24/2021|
^ R251 To be honest it’s not the yogurt on waffles I find weird, as I grew up with a father who put sour cream (and fruit syrup) on his pancakes and waffles.
It’s so weird to me that he can’t even be confident eating waffles! Why be so uncertain?
Unlike most here, Harry is the one I really judge. Such a stupid spoiled idiot.
|by Camilla||reply 252||04/24/2021|
Quick nows the time to stage my comeback... 💅🏾
|by Camilla||reply 253||04/24/2021|
New Philip biography will be out soon. It's written by Gyles Brandreth.
|by Camilla||reply 254||04/25/2021|
New Philip biography will be out soon. It's written by Gyles Brandreth.
|by Camilla||reply 255||04/25/2021|
^ Sorry about the double post.
|by Camilla||reply 256||04/25/2021|
R243 It reminds me of the dirty diaper video where Harry’s wife was reading a book to Archie. He says “dada” at the end, and you see her face clecnch and look straight into the camera to insist the kid said “duck rabbit,” the title of the book. No bitch, he said dada like every other normal one-year old.
|by Camilla||reply 257||04/25/2021|
|by Camilla||reply 258||04/25/2021|
The Queen is back at work holding two virtual audiences.
|by Camilla||reply 259||04/27/2021|
Lady Colin Cambell is going to do a vid on the new Philip bio for anyone interested.
Archie seems to have no connection to MeAgain whatsoever. Does not hold onto her, look at her, etc. Toddlers are usually very affectionate.
|by Camilla||reply 260||04/27/2021|
The Harkles seem to be solidifying support for the senior working royals.
|by Camilla||reply 261||04/27/2021|
Duck Rabbit is recommended for ages 4+. No wonder the kid was not really engaged by it. The "joke" of the book is not one a 1 year old would either "get" or enjoy. MeAgain was merely merching an Oprah connected book club, no? Shit mother just like she was a shit member of the royal family on either a "working" scale or as a family member. Harry better be praying he lucks out like Corey and Trevor and that she moves on.
|by Camilla||reply 262||04/27/2021|
They solidify support for anyone with a steady personality and work ethic.
|by Camilla||reply 263||04/27/2021|
R52 Camilla could hardly remain Duchess of Cornwall, as that would be one of the new Princess of Wales’ other titles. I doubt whether Catherine would be amused. Camilla will be known as Queen when and if Charles succeeds. And succeed he will - despite the chattering classes endlessly belting on about William ‘taking over’. For pity’s sake, dears - it’s not young Mr Grace trying to oust old Mr Grace.
|by Camilla||reply 264||04/27/2021|
These Royal threads have become tedious with the oh so predictable sniping. Just fuck off back to those magazine posts or wherever you lot usually hang out.
|by Camilla||reply 265||04/27/2021|
R264 is obviously one of the Camilla loving, anti Diana loons. Dreaming of eating Camilla's snatch.
|by Camilla||reply 266||04/28/2021|
Yeah - look at the Queen Mother. She lived to almost 102.
It's time for Lilibet to update her Tindr profile and get back out there! I would love to see a second marriage to some 20 something commoner who looks suspiciously gay.
|by Camilla||reply 267||04/28/2021|
The Trump years changed my view of ceremonial monarchies. I can now see the value of having the nation’s traditions embodied by a neutral, bland third party—someone whose only job is to meet and greet and carry on—rather than by a political figure. It’s better to think, well, prime ministers and presidents just come and go. Someone else is on the throne and wearing the jewels, and as long as he/she is there, there’s some continuity with the old days.
|by Camilla||reply 268||04/28/2021|
Statistically, people in their 90s don't last another year.
|by Camilla||reply 269||04/28/2021|
R268 - you think wearing jewels and bestowing titles on people while symbolizing a corrupt classist society is a good thing? England's class system is thick and suffocating, unless you're born into the upper classes.
I don't think that's a good reason to perpetuate a medieval oligarchical system.
|by Camilla||reply 270||04/28/2021|
R264 Camila is no queen and will not be anyone’s queen unless you count her as queen of Rottweilers.
|by Camilla||reply 271||04/28/2021|
The US President is the Executive and Head of State. The positions are combined into one individual. In GB, however, the positions are designated to the Monarch and Prime Minister separately. The President parties with the Queen, and then goes to discuss important matters with the Prime Minister.
|by Camilla||reply 272||04/28/2021|
Does the Queen know what kind of company she's rewarding? LOL.
|by Camilla||reply 273||04/29/2021|
The Queen was seen inspecting her late husband's horses and carriages.
|by Camilla||reply 274||04/30/2021|
I dread her death because I adore her, but also because she is such a living history and has always been there, comforting to me even as an American. I don't like change because there has been too much in the last ten years or so and none of it good or promising, imo. The income disparities, crime, rotten, dirty politicians, and climate change. No land. It is all concrete and hideous buildings. No musical or real acting talent, just mind numbingly boring attention whores. She is beyond celebrity, but she has remained a consistent, dignified presence. Sorry to go off the rails, but her death will cause me a lot of sadness for many different reasons. Mary! ETA-- And oh, how I will miss her colorful outfits and glorious royal jewels!
|by Camilla||reply 275||04/30/2021|
word for word with r275.
I feel exactly the same way about Q E II.
|by Camilla||reply 276||04/30/2021|
The Queen's niece, Lady Sarah Chatto is 57 years old today. She is the late Princess Margaret's daughter. I think Princess Charlotte resembles her when she was a youngster.
|by Camilla||reply 277||05/01/2021|
Lady Sarah or Princess Charlotte?
|by Camilla||reply 278||05/01/2021|
I get R275's point. That's just how I felt about Jackie Kennedy.
But the earth keeps spinning. And we find a way to endure it all another day.
|by Camilla||reply 279||05/01/2021|
Nothing can or will ever compare to losing the most beloved human being in the history of civilization, Princess Diana.
|by Camilla||reply 280||05/03/2021|
Uhhh, I’m right here!
|by Camilla||reply 281||05/03/2021|
Yes, R277! I thought the same thing when I saw Charlotte's picture in the papers.
As for the Queen, I have a feeling she might even live to be 110. She has the genes from her mother, she's stable emotionally, in good condition, doesn't drink/smoke excessively, has all the social and physical support she could ask for.
|by Camilla||reply 282||05/03/2021|
The Queen Mother made it to 101 and she drank like a sailor until the very end. The Queen has never been the lush her mother was, so she could live a few years longer.
|by Camilla||reply 283||05/03/2021|
OP, what are you on about? Her mother lived long past the death of her father. She took an oath to serve and she's still upright. Stop trying to bury her.
|by Camilla||reply 284||05/03/2021|
Today is the birthday of Princess Eugenie's husband Jack. Also, Autumn Phillips celebrates her birthday too on this day.
|by Camilla||reply 285||05/03/2021|
"I'm still not dead yet. I send my love".
|by Camilla||reply 286||Last Monday at 4:42 AM|
R286- Don't I know it! Tick tock, old bitch.
|by Camilla||reply 287||Last Monday at 4:52 AM|
r274, I believe that she is giving some of his collection to Edward's daughter Lady Louise.
I wonder if she is going to gift Edward with the complete Edinburgh Duchy?
First anniversary of Phil's passing?
Will James finally be Prince James, Earl of Wessex?
|by Camilla||reply 288||Last Monday at 4:54 AM|
They should just have a countdown clock running on her when ever you see her in video or photos.
|by Camilla||reply 289||Last Monday at 5:19 AM|
Not unless they take her out back ahd shoot her.
Bitch ain't going anywhere.
|by Camilla||reply 290||Last Monday at 5:21 AM|
Keep in mind the stress wears heavier on the Queen, than anything her mother went through. The latter half of the Queen Mother's life was just showing up. The Queen had to go through with the death of her spouse late in life, which is much harder to do than when you're younger. She has family troubles, constant duties, she's in her 90s. Her will to live may be dissipating.
|by Camilla||reply 291||Last Monday at 6:00 AM|
The Queen will be opening Parliament tomorrow and taking an MP hostage as is tradition. I don't think she wears her huge crown anymore just a tiara.
|by Camilla||reply 292||Last Monday at 6:14 AM|
Dead Queen Walking!
|by Camilla||reply 293||Last Monday at 6:16 AM|
Harry has caused much turmoil to his family and while they are grieving PP's death. It was a very cruel thing to do. Harry has no conscious.
|by Camilla||reply 294||Last Monday at 6:17 AM|
PP = Pop Pop?
|by Camilla||reply 295||Last Monday at 6:19 AM|
|by Camilla||reply 296||Last Monday at 6:34 AM|
There are more important questions such as will Josh O'Connor be showing peen in upcoming The Crown episodes?
|by Camilla||reply 297||Last Monday at 6:36 AM|
I love this thread. So OP is predicting that a 95 year-old may not live much longer! What are the odds?!
|by Camilla||reply 298||Last Monday at 7:04 AM|
The Queen opened Parliament today. Here is some of her speech. It seems strange that she's not wearing all of her royal regalia.
|by Camilla||reply 299||Last Tuesday at 4:21 AM|
The Imperial State Crown has its own car and guard. LOL.
|by Camilla||reply 300||Last Tuesday at 4:26 AM|
Oh please R294, give it a rest already. Prince Philip over stayed his welcome by a good 10-20 years. The grieving period should be quite short.
|by Camilla||reply 301||Last Tuesday at 2:27 PM|
Sociopath or cleaner at R301.
|by Camilla||reply 302||Last Tuesday at 2:28 PM|
R301-- That has nothing to do with their disrespectful behavior. Merching a damn funeral wreath 10 minutes into the funeral, just for starters. It was disgusting and unforgivable.
|by Camilla||reply 303||Last Tuesday at 2:36 PM|
[quote]The Queen opened Parliament today. Here is some of her speech. It seems strange that she's not wearing all of her royal regalia.
Maybe because she's in mourning? Speaking of which, what happened to the rule that the royals all wear black during a mourning period?
|by Camilla||reply 304||Last Tuesday at 2:37 PM|
She looks so frail. Which at her age is expected, she just looked so good that it is a bit shock . It seemed to happen overnight.
|by Camilla||reply 305||Last Tuesday at 2:40 PM|
The Queen stopped wearing robes and regalia to the State Opening a few years ago. I think it happened at the same time as Charles started accompanying her. The crown is said to be very heavy, probably too heave for a woman her age. She has complained that you can’t actually move your head while wearing it, as it will either fall off or injure you.
|by Camilla||reply 306||Last Tuesday at 3:16 PM|
I wonder if she’s had those chair lifts added to all the staircases at the various and sundry palaces, and I hope she’s wearing her medic alert jewelry with her Crown Jewels.
|by Camilla||reply 307||Last Tuesday at 3:23 PM|
Well, Her Majesty (2 minutes into this video) is aware that there are at least 2 lifts at Buckingham Palace.
|by Camilla||reply 308||Last Tuesday at 3:35 PM|
R308 That wasn’t very funny for a parody video.
|by Camilla||reply 309||Last Tuesday at 4:31 PM|
Except that it’s not, R309. Which is why it is funny.
|by Camilla||reply 310||Last Tuesday at 4:36 PM|
William paying his respects to a fallen policeman.
|by Camilla||reply 311||Last Wednesday at 4:52 AM|