The True Cost Of The Royal Family Explained
requested: Diamond Jubilee Tour Recap ◆ The Bahamas ◆ March 3-5, 2012.
→ During his visit to the Bahamas, Prince Harry attended a service of morning prayer at Christ Church Cathedral, opened the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Exhibition in Rawson Sqaure, visited Harbour Island, attended a Youth Rally, had lunch with Miss Bahamas 2011 and visited the Royal Bahamas Defence Force.
*after getting caught opening the front loading washing machine sending water and bubbles everywhere*
6 year old: Look! Look! * giggling*
Me: Why’d you open the wash…
3 year old: Bubbles!
Me: Not in your mouth…
6 year old: It looks like snow.
3 year old: Aunty, you wanna build a snow man?
I knew it was too quiet.
The three year old convinced the six year old to stop the washing machine to retrieve her Tinkerbelle blankie.
Henry, I only want 6. We can still adopt in that number. If you are particularly sexy and I’m particularly drunk one night, you might be able to get a seventh out of me.
Why is he twitching? Ya think he was trying to twerk and had to stop ‘cause his britches were too big ? Bless his dance challenged, booty-less heart! (I still want him!)
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Q:Harry needs twins to hold. That way he wil have something to do with his hands.
I agree, Anon.
He’ll look adorable trying to corral a wiggly kid and playing with his wedding band. A wife holding his hand might calm him down.
Those hand movements probably are a calming mechanism and so as a public speaker he doesn’t look rude by folding his arms in front of him or sticking them in his pockets. It’s his public, “I’m open” pose. His hand on the front of his thigh (in jeans/casual) and on his waist (in military fatigues) are the others.
Fun fact: you can get married at Kensington Palace
July 26, 2014
Royal childhood treasures go on display at Buckingham Palace
Gifts given to the royals when they were children, like this rocking horse presented to Prince George by the Obamas, are just some of the star attractions in a new childhood exhibition unveiled at Buckingham Palace today.
The items are part of a collection of well-loved toys, treasured family presents, photographs and tiny outfits belonging to nine generations of royal children.
George celebrated his first birthday on Tuesday and soon after he was born US president Barack Obama and wife Michelle sent the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge a blue Alpaca wool baby blanket.
It will feature in the display alongside the handmade rocking horse, which has the presidential seal on its saddle, and a polo mallet with a head made from the branch of an oak tree that once stood in the White House lawn.
The prince’s christening gown - a replica of the intricate lace and satin christening gown made for Queen Victoria’s eldest daughter in 1841 - will also be on display.
Various toy cars, tractors and tricycles ridden by royal children can also be seen, including the ultimate young boys’ toy - a scaled down version of James Bond’s Aston Martin DB5 sports car.
The exhibition starts from 1763 when the oldest item on display, a silver rattle, was presented to an infant Prince George, later George IV.
It also paints an intimate picture of the Queen as a child growing up and later as a mother herself, enjoying private moments with her own children.
Touching family home-movie footage will show the Queen and her sister Princess Margaret as young girls playing.
The Royal Childhood exhibition is part of a visit to the summer opening of the state rooms at Buckingham Palace and runs from July 26 to September 28.