Showing posts with label Royals. Show all posts
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November 19, 2019

The Prince Says That was Not His Hand and He Didn't "Sweat" At The Time (Could Not Have Sex)

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The Prince and the Teen Girl

In a new BBC interview, Prince Andrew attempted to defend himself against accusations that he had sex with one of the teenage girls trafficked by Jeffrey Epstein, while adding he did not regret his friendship with the convicted sex offender.

Andrew, the second son of Queen Elizabeth, was one of Epstein's highest-profile friends, staying at his homes and private island, flying on his private jet, and publicly partying together. They remained in contact even after Epstein's first sex offense conviction. In August, Epstein killed himself in jail as he awaited trial on federal sex trafficking charges involving dozens of young victims.
One of the victims, Virginia Giuffre, has repeatedly said that she had sex with Andrew when she was 17 as part of years of abuse while under Epstein's control. She swore to her story in a court deposition, and a photograph shows her and the prince with his arm around her waist.

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 Virginia Roberts Giuffre claims she was trafficked to Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, when she was 17. The pair are pictured together in a now infamous photograph taken in 2001. Prince Andrew denies the allegation and says the photo is a fake. #60Mins
In a rare interview that aired Saturday, Andrew told the BBC's Emily Maitlis that he didn't remember meeting Giuffre and questioned whether the photograph had been faked. 

"We can't be certain as to whether or not that's my hand," he said, adding that as a member of the royal family it would be unusual for him to hug anyone.

The prince also denied ever having sex with Giuffre and added he had "no indication" that Epstein was trafficking and abusing girls. He questioned the details of her account, claiming he was at home after taking his daughter to a pizza party on that night in 2001. Giuffre said before having sex in a London home, they had dinner and went to a nightclub where she recalled Andrew sweating on the dance floor.
"There's a slight problem with the sweating because I have a peculiar medical condition which is that I didn't sweat at the time," Andrew told the BBC. "I didn't sweat at the time because I had suffered what I would describe as an overdose of adrenaline in the Falklands War when I was shot at."

Andrew added he is now able to sweat again.

The interview prompted ridicule from British tabloids, and commentators described it as a train wreck.

"All these wrecks not even trying to be human beings, Such as Trump and Andrew. All they need is a few minutes under the sunlight of the cams with no protections of scared moderators, reporters and you will see them melt Like Andrew Melted"

November 18, 2019

Prince Andrews Gives Interviews to BBC and Even The Queen Would Have Problems Believing Him


Britain’s Prince Andrew speaking for the first time about his links to Jeffrey Epstein in an interview with BBC Newsnight’s Emily Maitlis. Photograph: PA
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Britain’s Prince Andrew speaking for the first time about his links to Jeffrey Epstein in an interview with BBC Newsnight’s Emily Maitlis. Photograph: PA 

Britain’s Prince Andrew’s interview with BBC Newsnight presenter Emily Maitlis aired on Saturday night in which he discussed his links with Jeffrey Epstein, his friend, and convicted sex offender.
But the appearance raises fresh questions and could increase scrutiny over his ties to the convicted pedophile
Why did Prince Andrew stay at Jeffrey Epstein’s home and attend a dinner on his trip to "break up" with the convicted pedophile?
In the Newsnight interview, the prince spoke for the first time about a stay at Epstein’s Manhattan home five months after the convicted pedophile left prison, a trip that included a party where the prince was “guest of honor”.
But while he told Maitlis the party “wasn’t quite as you put it” and described Epstein’s house as “a convenient place to stay”, some observers have asked why the prince could not have stayed elsewhere, why his stay lasted four days, and why he would attend such a dinner under any circumstances if he was bringing the relationship to an end.
Others have also asked why, after stopping contact with Epstein in 2006 when he heard the financier was being investigated, the prince chose to re-establish contact in 2010 simply in order to say the relationship was over.
What do the prince’s claims, and the ongoing legal action in the US, mean for the FBI investigation and the potential involvement of UK authorities? 
As the FBI widens the scope of its investigation in an attempt to identify more of Epstein’s victims, the prince’s comments might attract even more attention to him.
Alan Dershowitz, who defended Epstein on charges of sex trafficking, has said the prince would have no choice but to submit to questioning by US authorities should they decide to lodge a request.
Prince Andrew key quotes - from Pizza Express to why he didn’t sweat
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Scotland Yard has reportedly been briefed on the latest developments in the US, while Dai Davies, a former head of royal protection, has previously said it would be in the public interest for an investigation to take place after the Metropolitan police dropped an inquiry.

Under what circumstances might he discuss the claims against him under oath? 
The prince said at the weekend he was prepared to testify under oath “if push came to shove and the legal advice was to do so”.
Gloria Allred, the US lawyer acting for Epstein’s victims, has called for the prince to answer questions under oath. She said: “He could just decide to appear and I think that would be the best action that he could take.”
How credible is the prince’s claim that a condition caused by his Falklands War service left him unable to perspire?
He was attempting to undermine Virginia Roberts’s recollection that he was “dripping with sweat” after dancing with him in 2001 before the then-17-year-old allegedly had sex with him.
But no sooner had the prince made the claim than a picture began circulating on social media showing him outside the nightclub Chinawhite in 2000, which some observers claimed appeared to show him sweating.
Despite the prince’s insistence that he always wears a suit and tie when going out in London, he is tieless and suitless in the photo.
Anhidrosis is the inability to sweat normally. Causes include burns from radiation therapy, certain drugs, diabetes, alcoholism and hereditary issues.
Why did he ignore a spin doctor’s advice not to do the interview?
It is not known why the prince believed the interview was a good idea and how it came to happen. Maitlis has said it went ahead after the queen signed it off.
Of potentially more significance is the departure of the prince’s PR adviser, Jason Stein, who is understood to have left his post two weeks ago after telling the duke not to do the interview.
With the prince now having invited potentially more scrutiny, as well as arguably having caused himself greater reputational damage, who will steady the ship at Buckingham Palace?
How will he proceed with his ‘Pitch@Palace’ scheme from here?
The prince has continued to travel the world and attended a summit of Southeast Asian leaders in Thailand this month as part of Pitch@Palace, the startup mentorship scheme he established and which hosts pitches by would-be entrepreneurs at Buckingham Palace.
But the pressure on him could affect the way in which the scheme is viewed in the UK and elsewhere, not least by businesspeople, other agencies and businesses associated with it.
Partners listed on its website include Air Asia, Aon, Bosch, Standard Chartered, AstraZeneca, the Stelios Philanthropic Foundation, Bank of China, Barclays and KPMG. – Guardian

August 29, 2019

Nice To Be A Royal and Better Yet Not To Be A Lier Andrews Accuser Tells Him To Tell The Truth

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 Andrew and his accuser Virginia Giuffre and Epstein and his right-hand recruiter of  his girls

I can't stand liers that get caught in public with their pants down and say they were just about to change underwear.

It makes me want to laugh or maybe cry when one of the well known super important dudes in the world lies and expect people to believe their stuff to be bought like it was our duty as a world citizen. Because of politics or because of a tittle,  they would calmly say "I didn't know." No such thing. For example, Prince Andrew which is as close to the royal family as you could be being the son of the 'Queen' and involved in all palace political functions and decisions. 

Andrew has more than just a footman to dress him up but he has political dept of people, one, 2 or five, I don't know the quantity but I know they exist. People to inform him of how things are before he visits any country and for any friend, just like the palace knew about Diana's friends which used to irritate her to no end, Prince Andrew knows like the Royal workers know which job is to tell Andrew the friend he is been jet setting around just got convicted of sexual abuse to little girls. 

For him to say he doesn't know about his buddy Einstein is a slap on the face of anyone that knows a little how the world goes around. If you believe Andrew you must be a Trumpie voter and believe what Trump says, he doesn't make money from being President. He doesn't make money from the Presidency when he mentions his properties over 70 times a year(MSNBC). Why dignitaries from different nations would stay at roach and bedbug-infested, overpriced hotel if it wasn't for the owner.
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Jeffrey Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre appeared Tuesday outside a federal courtroom in Manhattan to reiterate her allegation that the financier, who killed himself earlier this month, ordered her to have sex with Britain's Prince Andrew.
She called on him to "come clean" about it. Her remarks came after an extraordinary court hearing was called by the judge in the Epstein case as a way to give voice to alleged victims after the financier's death.
Last week, Buckingham Palace released a statement denying the allegations against Andrew after a London tabloid released a video purporting to show him in 2010 at Epstein's Upper East Side townhouse waving goodbye to an unidentified woman.
Giuffre, whose maiden name is Roberts, was one of nearly two dozen Epstein accusers who spoke out in the New York courtroom. She says that at age 15, while she was working at Mar-a-Lago — the club owned by future president Donald Trump — she was procured for sex by Ghislaine Maxwell on behalf of Epstein.
"I was recruited at a very young age from Mar-a-Lago and entrapped in a world that I didn't understand and I've been fighting that very world to this day and I won't stop fighting. I will never be silenced until these people are brought to justice," Giuffre, who is now married and living in Australia, said Tuesday.  
Giuffre has previously alleged that at age 17, she was forced to have sex with Andrew on multiple occasions at an "orgy" in London and on a private island in the Caribbean.
In an Aug. 18 statement, Buckingham Palace said that Andrew was "appalled by the recent reports of Jeffrey Epstein's alleged crimes" and that "His Royal Highness deplores the exploitation of any human being and the suggestion he would condone, participate in or encourage any such behavior is abhorrent."
On Saturday, Andrew released an even more direct statement, saying he did not "see, witness or suspect any behavior of that sort that subsequently led to [the] arrest and conviction" of Epstein.
Giuffre, asked by reporters Tuesday to comment on the statement, said: "He knows exactly what he's done and I hope he comes clean about it."
David Boies, a lawyer for Epstein's accusers, added: "Anybody can deny things in a printed statement. It's a different thing to come here and answer questions under oath and subject to cross-examinations. Those are the kinds of answers that we are eventually going to get."
The hearing on Tuesday was called by U.S. District Judge Richard Berman who said that although Epstein's death had dissolved the case, "I believe it is the court's responsibility, and manifestly within its purview, to ensure that the victims, in this case, are treated fairly and with dignity."
Andrew is one among several prominent men who have been caught up in the sex scandal centered on Epstein.
In 2008, Epstein pleaded guilty in Florida state court to soliciting a prostitute and procuring an underage girl for prostitution. He served less than 13 months.
In July, Epstein, 66, was arrested again on federal charges of trafficking of minors. He denied the allegations. He died by hanging in his jail cell on Aug. 10 was ruled a suicide

June 18, 2019

The Polish Teen Who Called Prince Harry a "Race Traitor" and Called for Him To be Shot~~Sentenced 4 Yrs

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Michal Szewczuk, 19

LONDON (UK Reuters) - 

A teenage neo-Nazi who called for Britain’s Prince Harry a race traitor months after his marriage to U.S. actress Meghan Markle and suggested he should be shot was jailed for more than four years on Tuesday, the BBC reported.

Michal Szewczuk, 19, posted far-right online propaganda which included an image of Harry, the Duke of Sussex, with a gun to his head with the caption “See Ya Later Race Traitor”.

It was posted months after his wedding to Meghan, whose mother is African American and father is white. 

Szewczuk and his co-defendant Oskar Dunn-Koczorowski, 18, both Polish nationals, pleaded guilty to encouraging terrorism and Szewczuk also admitted five counts of possessing material likely to be useful to someone planning a terrorist act.

“Dunn-Koczorowski and Szewczuk clearly see themselves as superior to the majority of society and they feel there duty is to express their beliefs, in turn teaching others,” Detective Chief Superintendent Martin Snowden, head of counter-terrorism policing in northeast England.

“The considerable amount of material they have posted on social media channels not only reflects their extremist beliefs but was intended to encourage others to carry out despicable acts.” 

Szewczuk was jailed for four years and three months while Dunn-Koczorowski was sentenced to 18 months in prison.

Other posts by the men included support for Norwegian far-right mass killer Anders Breivik and backing for the neo-Nazi group, Sonnenkrieg Division.

May 3, 2019

For Those Interested in Real Queens and Royalty There Is Another Brits-Yanks War That Has Broken Out


Meghan Markle, Prince Harry's wife, known for her role in the hit TV show Suits, found herself in hot water after she disobeyed the orders of Queen Elizabeth and other members of the Royal Family. Apparently, things have been going downhill for a while; but now it’s safe to say the boat has sunken according to Royal Family insider.
It all started early last November just before Meghan and Harry announced their engagement to the world when Meghan signed a deal with Shark Tank’s Lori Greiner. The deal states that Meghan’s New Cosmetics Line will be picked up and promoted by the American shopping channel QVC. Meghan is very proud of her line. She has been quoted as saying, “This is more than just a beauty line. This is what every woman has been dreaming of for most of her adult life.”

The problem is: Surprisingly nothing to do with her steamy television roles, but rather the British Royal Family has concerns with Meghan selling her products in the United States. It is customary when joining the Royal Family that any business on-goings and promotions outside of Great Britain are forbidden. It was later discovered that not even her husband, Prince Harry, knew what she was constructing in the background. When her hidden secret surfaced, it caused a rift in their relationship. Because of this, the Queen herself has now gotten involved and the situation has escalated.
The feud doesn’t seem to bother Meghan at all. She says creating a product line to help people was always her real dream; which is what spawned her beauty line. Why is the Royal Family upset? Because she failed to let them know about her massive skincare empire, which actually violates legal boundries and goes against Royal Family "ethics". Simply put, Meghan is using her fame to promote her skincare line, which as a close source to the Royal Family said is absolutely "not allowed". In response, Meghan has drastically reduced the price of the line, which is up to five times more effective than others on the market. Meghan says her miracle face crème really works and she believes her fellow Americans have a right to experience the benefits; by reducing the price she prevents the profits from being transferred to the UK and the Royal Family taking a portion of her company.
At almost 40 years old Meghan doesn't look a day older than 25, and is showing no signs of aging. She looks even more radiant and youthful than she did when she was years younger! Meghan went on to tell People how her skincare line was meant for celebrity clients who want to look 10 to 15 years younger, but are afraid of the potential risks of surgery or botox. We were so surprised by how shockingly simple, cheap, and effective the technique was, we had to test it ourselves and write a feature article on the results! Meghan explained how it not only changed her life and made her feel more confident about herself, its helped save other celebrities' whose careers were at risk due to their age. Shockingly enough it’s a simple trick you can try too! The truth is out now and we have the inside scoop!

What is Her Beauty Product and What Does it Do?

We were able to do a little snooping and found out what this mystery line was all about. The company is called Vella and it is a cutting-edge Wrinkle Reducer and Anti-Aging Serum. Her product line is becoming so popular, even top beauty experts such as Bethany Mota and Michelle Phan are singing Vella’s praises.
"Something was just telling me this is the right thing to do for my country and fellow Americans," Meghan said in a recent interview. She continued, "There are lots of skin products out there that didn’t work for me… So, I got some of the world’s leading skin experts together to create Vella and this one actually works. I truly feel like the Family might be holding me back from realizing my true potential. But this path feels right."

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October 3, 2018

Homophobia At The Palace! Queen's Gay First Footman Felt He Had to Resign

When I saw the this article on the Daily Beast by Tom Sykes I wanted to have my readers know about its contents aout the British Royals. The stories about them have been received well at adamfoxie and lately with the story of a gay marriage and positive stories coming out The Palace were nice to see.

It’s an undeniable fact that without the devoted service of a multitude of gay staff, operations at Buckingham Palace would grind to a halt.
But there have long been suspicions of a lingering disregard for true equal rights at the palace; even supposedly affectionate stories, such as one of the queen mother teasing her gay steward William Tallon—aka 'Backstairs Billy'—for being 'an old queen' can be seen as deeply patronizing. 
Prince Philip, as one might guess, is thought to have been no great force for LGBT equality. 
But gay men and women have always been hired within the royal household, not least because long-term gay employees were less likely to have children, and family-appropriate accommodation at the palace is in short supply, whereas single rooms are plentiful.
There had been a sense in recent years that things were beginning to change, with the news that the queen did not oppose the introduction of gay marriage being seen as a step in the right direction. Prince William gave an interview to British gay magazine Attitude, deploring homophobic bullying and Prince Harry and Meghan spoke out earlier this year in support of LGBT issues, with the American star saying, it was about "basic human rights."
There is little doubt that the young royals believe unquestioningly in equality. 
So it was all the more disconcerting to read, this weekend, of the revelation that the queen’s first openly gay senior footman had resigned, after being forced to accept a series of humiliating demotions for allegedly ‘courting publicity’ following the appearance of some articles about him on gay websites. There was an acute sense of disappointment, work being undone and clocks being turned back. 
While some people might think it absurd that Ollie Roberts, 21, resigned after being told he could no longer pass the queen a blanket or walk Her Majesty’s dogs, being permitted to interact directly with the queen is more than just a vanity massage or an ego-trip for poorly-paid royal household employees; it’s a crucial step on the career ladder, as it is a sign that you are trusted.
While it is true that generally, staff are not allowed to give media interviews or cooperate with the press in any way, shape of form, this rule is largely about preventing unauthorized or embarrassing information leaking out to journalists.  
Roberts, by contrast, had merely been the focus of several articles in gay publications which rejoiced in the assumed demonstration of equality by the palace which his employment illustrated.
If Roberts did tip off or otherwise co-operate with some journalists, this would appear to most people to be at worst, a youthful error of exuberance, perhaps slightly self-aggrandizing. There is no suggestion he has sold or betrayed Her Majesty’s secrets. 
A royal insider told The Sun, which broke the story: “Ollie was informed he had been overdoing the press stuff and they knew he was behind articles and gossip pieces.
“They told him his profile was becoming too high and he wasn’t there to draw attention to himself.”
“It looks more likely that the Palace is embarrassed for it to be known that it has gay staff, and it is consistent with decades of homophobia by the Queen's inner circle”
He was subsequently demoted and deprived of key duties. He then “decided he should quit. He feels badly let down when he was proud to be gay in such a good job.” 
Veteran LGBT rights campaigner Peter Tatchell told The Daily Beast: “I can see no example of him giving quotes to the media, which might justify the claim that he was 'courting publicity'. It looks more likely that the Palace is embarrassed for it to be known that it has gay staff, and it is consistent with decades of homophobia by the queen's inner circle. 
“Only two decades ago, the royals banned gay employees from bringing same-sex partners to the Buckingham Palace Christmas staff party. This homophobic discrimination was only overturned after I exposed it and created a public furore, forcing the palace to back down.”
Tatchell, it should be noted, is no great fan of the monarchy and is a high-profile member of the pressure group Republic which seeks to replace the monarchy with an elected head of state. 
Tatchell added: "Since the queen ascended the throne in 1952, the words ‘gay’ and ‘lesbian’ have never publicly passed her lips. She refuses to speak them. Even when she announced government plans for gay law reform in her Queen’s Speeches in Parliament she avoided using the words lesbian and gay.”
The palace declined to comment on the story when contacted by The Daily Beast and informed of Tatchell’s accusations of homophobia.  
While many would be inclined to give the queen the benefit of the doubt, the departure of Ollie Roberts from his front-line role looks, at best, like a thoughtless own-goal for an institution that desperately needs to modernize, and be seen to modernize.
It is hard to know which is more depressing; that Roberts is the first ever footman to feel comfortable openly talking about his sexuality to the media, or that the palace should have been so stupid as to demote him for doing so, thereby encouraging his resignation.

August 21, 2018

The British Royalty Gets Its First Marriage But Nothing Else

That’s because Mountbatten, a cousin of Queen Elizabeth, is to wed James Coyle, an airline cabin services director, this summer in what has been heralded as the “first-ever” same-sex marriage in Britain’s royal family.
Mountbatten’s ex-wife, Penny Mountbatten, said she will give her former husband away.
Though Mountbatten and Coyle’s ceremony is expected to be small, it’s much larger in significance.
“It’s seen as the extended royal family giving a stamp of approval, in a sense, to same-sex marriage,” said Carolyn Harris, historian and author of Raising Royalty: 1000 Years of Royal Parenting. “This marriage gives this wider perception of the royal family encouraging everyone to be accepted.”
Edward II, who ruled from 1307-1327, is one of England’s less fondly remembered kings. His reign consisted of feuds with his barons, a failed invasion of Scotland in 1314, a famine, more feuding with his barons, and an invasion by a political rival that led to him being replaced by his son, Edward III. And many of the most controversial aspects of his rule – and fury from his barons – stemmed from his relationships with two men: Piers Gaveston and, later, Hugh Despenser.
Gaveston and Edward met when Edward was about 16 years old, when Gaveston joined the royal household. “It’s very obvious from Edward’s behaviour that he was quite obsessed with Gaveston,” said Kathryn Warner, author of Edward II: The Unconventional King. Once king, Edward II made the relatively lowborn Gaveston the Earl of Cornwall, a title usually reserved for members of the royal family, “just piling him with lands and titles and money,” Warner said. He feuded with his barons over Gaveston, who they believed received far too much attention and favour.
Gaveston was exiled numerous times over his relationship with Edward II, though the king always conspired to bring him back. Eventually, Gaveston was assassinated. After his death, Edward “constantly had prayers said for (Gaveston’s) soul; he spent a lot of money on Gaveston’s tomb,” Warner said.
 Several years after Gaveston’s death, Edward formed a close relationship with aide Hugh Despenser. How close? Walker pointed to the chronicler of Newenham Abbey in Devon in 1326, who called Edward and Despenser “the king and his husband,” while another noted that Despenser “bewitched Edward’s heart.”
The speculation that Edward II’s relationships with these men went beyond friendship was fuelled by Christopher Marlowe’s 16th-century play Edward II, which is often noted for its homoerotic portrayal of Edward II and Gaveston.
James VI and I, who reigned over Scotland and later England and Ireland until his death in 1625, attracted similar scrutiny for his male favourites. Though James married Anne of Denmark and had children with her, it has long been believed that James had romantic relationships with three men: Esmé Stewart, Robert Carr and George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham.
Correspondence between James and his male favourites survives, and as David M. Bergeron theorises in his book King James and Letters of Homoerotic Desire: “The inscription that moves across the letters spell desire.”
James was merely 13 when he met 37-year-old Stewart, and their relationship was met with concern.
“The King altogether is persuaded and led by him … and is in such love with him as in the open sight of the people often he will clasp him about the neck with his arms and kiss him,” wrote one royal informant of their relationship. James promoted Stewart up the ranks, eventually making him Duke of Lennox. James was eventually forced to banish him, causing Stewart great distress. “I desire to die rather than to live, fearing that that has been the occasion of your no longer loving me,” Stewart wrote to James.
But James’s most famous favourite was Villiers. James met him in his late 40s and several years later promoted him to Duke of Buckingham – an astounding rise for someone of his rank. Bergeron records the deeply affectionate letters between the two; in a 1623 letter, James refers bluntly to “marriage” and calls Buckingham his “wife”: “I cannot content myself without sending you this present, praying God that I may have a joyful and comfortable meeting with you and that we may make at this Christmas a new marriage ever to be kept hereafter … I desire to live only in this world for your sake, and that I had rather live banished in any part of the earth with you than live a sorrowful widow’s life without you. And may so God bless you, my sweet child and wife, and grant that ye may ever be a comfort to your dear dad and husband.”

June 19, 2018

Another Royal Wedding: This Time Gay

 Mountbatten (left) revealed the marriage had received the full blessing from the Royal Family, but then stated that he still isn't completely comfortable


The British royal family is gearing up for another historic wedding. Later this summer, the Queen's cousin, Lord Ivar Mountbatten, will become the first member of the extended royal family to have a same-sex marriage. Lord Ivar will marry his partner, James Coyle, in a private chapel in Devon.

Lord Ivar's ex-wife, Penny, with whom he has three daughters, will give him away at the ceremony.

"It was the girls' idea," she explained in an interview with the Daily Mail. 'It makes me feel quite emotional. "I'm really very touched."

Penny is immensely supportive of her ex-husband's new relationship and knew to go into her marriage with Lord Ivar that he identified as bisexual.

"What I don't think Ivar realizes is how much he has changed as a man since he came out. James is hugely responsible for that because he's so much fun," she said. "Ivar is so much more relaxed these days. He's so much kinder. He's become a great cook. I now call him Fanny Cradock. He probably wasn't even aware that by keeping his sexuality a secret it was really quite tormenting him. Now it's out he's a completely different person. Everybody says they've never seen him happier."

The wedding has the full blessing of the family. One of Lord Ivar's best friends is Prince Edward. Lord Ivar is a godparent to Edward's daughter Louise and the Earl and Countess of Wessex are godparents to Lord Ivar's two oldest children.

"Sophie and Edward know of our plans and are really excited for us," Lord Ivar explained. "Sadly they can't come to the wedding. Their diaries are arranged months in advance and they're not around, but they adore James. Everyone adores him.

February 19, 2018

Trump Not Invited to Royal Wedding but The Obama's Were, Tweet, Tweet

I know that this is a petty diary, but I couldn’t help myself. Donald Trump is going to hate this: 

 A royal source told Daily Star that the prince and his fiancé “want to do things their own way,” despite some aides advising them not to invite the Obamas because it would outrage current president Donald Trump, who has reportedly not been invited. But now the decision is up to the Obamas. Barack Obama and Prince Harry have a genuine friendship, writes Daily Star, one that goes beyond politics and work. Obama was recently interviewed by the prince on BBC Radio 4’s Today program. When the prince and Markle’s engagement was announced, Obama tweeted “We wish you a lifetime of you and happiness together.”
Donald Trump was reportedly not invited.

I love this for two very big reasons. First, two young and able people are standing up for themselves and taking control. Secondly, the invitation to the Obamas represents a huge slap in the face of Donald Trump and his horde of nihilists. 

The Obamas have not RSVP’d as of yet, but sources are saying that they are sure that the Obamas will attend.  The fact that Trump will probably blow his stack is reasoned enough for me to take a few hours out of my day to watch this overblown ceremony.  And besides, Obama has been a genuine friend to Prince Harry.  Harry should be able to invite his friend to his wedding, and without having to worry about the reaction of an orange-colored obnoxious stranger.  

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May 13, 2017

LGBT Award for Prince William in His Work Supporting The Community

 Prince William was dressed in casual clothes, white shirt and dark pants, no tie. This is the picture we keep of him on file and we thought he looked so much bette on his uniform

Prince William said "nobody should be bullied for their sexuality", as he was recognised for supporting the LGBT community.
He told the British LGBT Awards on Friday evening via a video message: "It's so important to be proud of the person you are."
The Duke of Cambridge was named "straight ally of the year" and was among several celebrities given awards.
TV presenter Clare Balding and diver Tom Daley were also named winners.
Prince William, who appeared on the cover of gay magazine Attitude last year, made the video message ahead of the ceremony in London's Grand Connaught Rooms.

'Tragic stories'

In the video, he said: "In recent years I've become passionate about what we can do to protect people from bullying, particularly online.
"I have encountered a number of tragic stories about LGBT young people who have sadly felt unable to cope with the abuse and discrimination they face in their lives."
He added: "It is 2017, and nobody should be bullied for their sexuality, or for any other reason."
Clare Balding Clare Balding was named broadcaster of the year at the ceremony
The awards, in their sixth year, recognise individuals and organisations which promote equality for lesbian, gay, transgender and bisexual people. Among this year's winners were:
  • Clare Balding, broadcaster of the year
  • Lauren Jauregui, celebrity of the year
  • Caitlin Jenner, loud and proud award
  • Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black, influencers of the year
  • Shannon Beveridge, LGBT celebrity rising star
  • Russell T Davies for lifetime achievement
Comedian Alan Carr, who presented the awards, said: "So many brilliant people have won awards and there were some very special moments." 
Dustin Lance Black and Tom Daley  ]Diver Tom Daley ® and his husband Dustin Lance Black were recognised as influencers of the year
Sarah Garrett, who co-founded the awards, praised Prince William for speaking out against homophobic bullying.
"Prince William has used his position to promote diversity," she said.
“His message will resonate and offer hope to young people around the world who have faced discrimination because of their sexuality."

January 30, 2017

Over 1 Mil to Keep Trump FromThe Queen+Thousands Protest

Because the petition is reached 1million signatures the Parliament most debate it now

More than a million Britons want Donald Trump nowhere near the Queen of England — as long as his travel ban exists.
A petition on a Parliament website stops short of demanding a President Trump ban but a growing number of signatures want to prevent him from meeting the Royal Family during a proposed state visit slated for this year.

“He should not be invited to make an official State Visit because it would cause embarrassment to Her Majesty the Queen,” petitioner Graham Guest writes.
He says Trump’s “well documented misogyny and vulgarity” makes him unfit to “bask in the Queen’s reflective glory,” he told the Independent. The petition had already garnered enough votes for a floor debate and a response from Downing Street when it exploded in popularity, snagging more than a million votes as the world sneered at Trump’s executive order.

It is limited to UK residents but petition data shows at least 5,000 signatures pouring in from the United States and 26 from Iran, one of the seven predominantly Muslim countries slapped with travel restrictions on Friday.

UK officials said on Monday that the government would not turn away the President even as the Labor Party called on Prime Minister Theresa May to condemn Trump’s decree banning refugees and visa holders from the banned nations.

 May said Trump’s planned visit is “substantially in the national interest,” according to the Guardian.
 Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn urged May to reconsider her invite and join Germany and France in condemning Trump’s controversial travel restrictions.

“We will not back down, cancel state visit and condemn the #Muslimban,” Corbyn tweeted.
 Another member of Parliament, Ed Miliband, said he would seek to debate the White House order and “send out united message against this abhorrent policy.”
No date has been set for Trump’s UK trip.
Buckingham Palace did not immediately comment on the petition and Trump’s pending visit, according to local reports.

London’s first Muslim mayor, Sadiq Khan, railed against a possible Trump visit for the U.S. government’s role in detaining more than a hundred foreigners and deporting a handful on Saturday.
“I am quite clear, this ban is cruel, this ban is shameful, while this ban is [in] place we should not be rolling out the red carpet for President Trump,” Khan told Sky News.

Nicole Hensley
NY Daily News

It comes after Downing Street rejected calls to postpone Mr Trump's official visit to Britain after hundreds of thousands of people signed a petition calling for the trip to be cancelled.

A source has said that cancelling the trip would be "populist gesture" and "undo everything" achieved by Theresa May during her trip to the US last week. 

Mr Johnson accused Labour of "pointlessly demonising'" the Trump administration, adding: "It is totally right that the incoming President of our closest ally should be accorded the honour of a state visit". 
It comes as protests are planned across the UK against the controversial travel ban on refugees and people from seven mainly-Muslim countries.

Marches are scheduled in cities including London, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Manchester, with former labour leader Ed Miliband and singer Lily Allen expected to address protesters in the capital.

Thousands are expected to descend on Downing Street at around 6pm on Monday in outrage at the US president's controversial ban.

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