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Yay or Nay: The Royal Family

Mr Jinx

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The Wail going in hard on Ginge today like never before, taking the hate to a new level.
 

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The Wail going in hard on Ginge today like never before, taking the hate to a new level.
#convenientdistraction
 

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Queen pulls out of opening of Parliament and Charles doing it instead. With this and other things she's not doing, It looks like age (96) is really catching up with her, Especially over the last 12 months or so.
 

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Her Majesty not doing garden parties either.

Given her sense of duty I am beginning to think she may not be at all well.
 

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Her Majesty not doing garden parties either.

Given her sense of duty I am beginning to think she may not be at all well.
A lot to do I think with losing her husband of 70+ years, It was bound to have affected her, It did my father when my mum passed, They were wedded for 62 years and he has gone downhill very fast. People says she would be OK because of her sense of duty but in the end she lost the love of her life, No matter who she is, That hurts.
 

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People says she would be OK because of her sense of duty but in the end she lost the love of her life, No matter who she is, That hurts.
Lord Porchester has been gone for 20 odd years fella.
 

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A lot to do I think with losing her husband of 70+ years, It was bound to have affected her, It did my father when my mum passed, They were wedded for 62 years and he has gone downhill very fast. People says she would be OK because of her sense of duty but in the end she lost the love of her life, No matter who she is, That hurts.
That’s a good point DB. I don’t think I gave that sufficient weight.

I was wondering if the bout of Covid had been a problem
 

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Lord Porchester has been gone for 20 odd years fella.
Now, now au

***wags finger***
 

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Lord Porchester has been gone for 20 odd years fella.
But she's still got Andrew....
 

angelic upstart

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Now, now au

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I should have added, I wish her all the best, and hope she's fighting fit in no time and doing the stuff she usually does in no time at all.
 
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