To Our Queen

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  1. CHRI$

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    to our queen,as one of your loyal subjects,i wish you a great diamond jubilee,and hope you enjoy the celebrations as much as your loyal subjects will,and thank you for being our queen:thumb:
    long may you reign:Smile:
    god save the queen
     
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    Hip

    Hip

    Hooray:thumb::thumb:
     
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    God bless her.

    We are just about to catch the train down to London and despite the weather we are looking forward to the pagent on the river tomorrow and the concert on Monday evening.

    A wonderful special lady we wish her and her family all the best.
    The last of a kind....:thumb::thumb:
     
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    have a great weekend:thumb:
     
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    I am a republican

    Fed up with the TV being taken over with it... found some great old war films in black and white, far more interesting.. plus I have been doing the garden.. anything to avoid hearing about it or the torch or the olympics.. all a waste of money... my money.

    Bob:Angry:
     
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    Don't be so miserable. According to last weeks Sunday Times she costs us around £30million a year. Compare that with some top bankers! Yet she generates around £500 million for the country. Any way we are parked up in Samur and all the Brits have their bunting out.
    Cheers
     
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    Your Majesty, I salute you [​IMG]
     
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    Her Majesty The Queen 60 years of unstinting Royal duties carried out with such dignity and grace may she enjoy a right Royal Week. I am certainly looking forward to River Pageant and the Concert and the Pageantry something to be proud of.
    Long live the Queen.[​IMG]



     
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    GOD SAVE THE QUEEN

    I brought some flags to fly over here in the US

    :party2::party2:
     
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    Get em the right way up yanks
    don't like theirs upside down

    Stripes at the bottom stars at the top :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    Hard evidence?

    By the way, the banker argument has nothing to do with the Royalty bit, otherwise bring in the scroungers on benefits, they bring in F All..
     
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    Oh yes the cost of security,,, in the region of £100m a year.


    So the cost mounts,,,
     
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    AS I said on another thread, Shifty:
    Nice to see the lovely Katherine Jenkins singing her National Anthem with such pride on TV today.
     
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    Totally support the monarchy and Charles for the next monarch, but can we just keep off hips when speaking to Chris. It's a sore point. BTW Chris, have you still got your originals? :BigGrin: Again, BTW, did you enjoy Hebden Bridge? :BigGrin:

    Ivy
     
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    How that dress stayed up is one of lifes little mysteries.
    (Superglue ?)

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    Good god Chas and the Horse.... He will, if he survives may well be called King George mind you I would rather he was King Charles III, at least we would have a fighting change of being third time lucky.,

    How you lot can worship this inbred is beyond me, they all appear to descend form the loins of Prince Albert and Queen Vikki who tried to take over the whole of Europe, a similar venture was tried by a little Austrian,

    Albert and Vikki, and their offsprings, that's the result of cousins getting it together..

    Mind you Bet and Stavros ain't any better,are third cousins as a result of them both being directly descended from Queen Vikki; as well as second cousins once removed as a result of being directly descended from Christian IX of Denmark.

    Look at Chas and the horse, her great grandmother Alice Frederica Edmonstone, was a penniless royal slapper of King Edward VII from 1898 to 1910. So fancy having a relationship with your relative's bit of rough on the side, all these House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (Germans) are all the same. I bet thats why Chas and the Horse get up early to put their towels on the sunloungers..

    How I miss Oliver Cromwell, that great Welsh visionary...
     
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  17. Loujess

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    Blimey Shiftzzzzzzzzzz, I'd like a chance to miss you. You've given me earache now. :BigGrin:

    Ivy
     
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    Cromwell? Was he a Taff then? Good Grief Man! and heres me thinking the only good Taffs wore a Red Shirt, drank S A , carried an Oval Ball, drove a M/h (covering all angles here:thumb:) and flew Besoms!:Cool:

    Well there yu go :thumb: learn summin new everyday:thumb:
     
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    :Laughing: Shiftzz, you are very cheeky! I don't think you are supposed to like your own posts. Only you could be that quick thinking to arrange that. :Smile:
     
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    He was descended from Katherine Cromwell (born c. 1482), an elder sister of Tudor statesman Thomas Cromwell (c. 1485–1540), a minister of Henry VIII, whose family acquired considerable wealth by taking over monastery property during the Reformation. Katherine was married to Morgan ap William, son of William ap Yevan of Wales. The family line continued through Richard Williams, alias Cromwell, (c. 1500–1544), Henry Williams, alias Cromwell, (c. 1524–6 January 1604), then to Oliver's father Robert Cromwell (c. 1560–1617), who married Elizabeth Steward (c. 1564–1654) on the day of Oliver Cromwell's birth. Thomas thus was Oliver's great-great-great-uncle.

    http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/w...erests-or-enemy-of-its-people-91466-28397570/


    http://www.h2g2.com/approved_entry/A14116646
     
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