Kongeligt Bryllup i UK

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Re: Kongeligt Bryllup i UK

Indlægaf Mani » 22. maj 2018, 14:27

FormerlyKnownAs skrev:Så var de der. Kates smil ser pænt fake ud :lol.

Hvornår var det hun fik den yngste?
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Re: Kongeligt Bryllup i UK

Indlægaf FormerlyKnownAs » 22. maj 2018, 14:51

Mani skrev:
FormerlyKnownAs skrev:Så var de der. Kates smil ser pænt fake ud :lol.

Hvornår var det hun fik den yngste?


En måneds tid siden. Jeg ville nok have samme smil i hendes tilfælde :lol:
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Re: Kongeligt Bryllup i UK

Indlægaf Mani » 22. maj 2018, 14:58

FormerlyKnownAs skrev:
Mani skrev:
FormerlyKnownAs skrev:Så var de der. Kates smil ser pænt fake ud :lol.

Hvornår var det hun fik den yngste?


En måneds tid siden. Jeg ville nok have samme smil i hendes tilfælde :lol:

:lol:
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Re: Kongeligt Bryllup i UK

Indlægaf Lulu » 22. maj 2018, 15:08

Mani skrev:
FormerlyKnownAs skrev:
Mani skrev:
FormerlyKnownAs skrev:Så var de der. Kates smil ser pænt fake ud :lol.

Hvornår var det hun fik den yngste?


En måneds tid siden. Jeg ville nok have samme smil i hendes tilfælde :lol:

:lol:
Ditto


Jeg sad og tænkte det, da de sad i kirken. Synes hendes barm så noget større ud end normalt, så tænkte om hun muligvis havde meget ondt, og gerne ville hjem hjem og amme :lol: smilet der minder om det samme.
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Re: Kongeligt Bryllup i UK

Indlægaf Wizzze » 22. maj 2018, 20:00

Det blev ikke til mange hvedebrødsdage, så er det igang ud og arbejde...

https://us.cnn.com/2018/05/22/europe/du ... index.html
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Re: Kongeligt Bryllup i UK

Indlægaf DetSorteCirkus » 22. maj 2018, 20:04

Wizzze skrev:Både ham og moderen (Meghans svigerinde) var blevet inviteret til UK af Tv-kanal, for at lave morgendækning op til brylluppet. Men da de først var ankommet til London, fandt tv stationen ud af hvor mærkelige de var, og droppede at bruge dem i dækningen af brylluppet. Pludselig kunne englænderne godt forstå hvorfor Meghan ikke havde kontakt med den del af familien, og ikke ville have dem med til bryllup.


Og det kunne tv-stationen selvfølgelig sleeet ikke have regnet ud på forhånd :stoned:
Fryd at de spildte penge på flybilletter, og at deres ulækre stunt måtte aflyses.
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Re: Kongeligt Bryllup i UK

Indlægaf Rapfisk » 22. maj 2018, 20:42

Wizzze skrev:Det blev ikke til mange hvedebrødsdage, så er det igang ud og arbejde...

https://us.cnn.com/2018/05/22/europe/du ... index.html

De har vist udskudt bryllupsrejsen.
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Re: Kongeligt Bryllup i UK

Indlægaf Wizzze » 23. maj 2018, 04:28

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Re: Kongeligt Bryllup i UK

Indlægaf FormerlyKnownAs » 23. maj 2018, 12:37

Nu når Meghan er blevet Royal er mange regler. Jeg undrede mig over at hun på deres første outing havde nylonstrømper på. Men har man åbenbart. Udover det

1. No Selfies: During her first official event with Prince Harry, Meghan revealed that she would no longer be able to take selfies with fans after a couple asked her to pose."We're not allowed to do selfies," she told the duo, reports the Daily Mirror. The rule was created to encourage people to make eye contact and make conversation with royals, instead of turning their backs to them (a huge no-no) to take a selfie.

Jennifer Gehmair, Royal Family etiquette expert, told Smooth Radio, "Turning your back to the Duke and Duchess and taking a selfie is discouraged if at all possible. I know it's fun to do, but they much would rather see your face."

2. No Autographs: She may have some Suits superfans in her past, but these days the new royal isn't allowed to sign autographs under any circumstances. From here on out it's only royal documents and in some rare cases—visitor's books, according to RoyalUK.com.

3. No Social Media: Meghan's not allowed to have her own social media page, which is why her own lifestyle blog and Instagram, The Tig, went dark last year.

4. No Dark Nails: According to sources at OK! magazine, Royal Family members are prohibited from wearing dark and colored nail polish. Meghan wore the Queen's favorite color, Essie's Ballet Slippers, to the Royal Wedding, and we have a feeling that color is here to stay.

5. No Traveling Without Mourning Clothes: Ever since the King George died while the then-Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip were in Africa and had to travel back to England in regular clothes, it is imperative that all royals always travel with a set of funeral clothes in order to be respectful.

6. Curtsy Time: The queen expects female family members, including Kate Middleton and Camilla Parker Bowles, to curtsy when they enter a room in her presence, even when it's an informal occasion, which means Meghan better get used to the curtsy. If she is at an official event, Meghan must also curtsy to anyone who outranks her title.

7. No Miniskirts: The queen disapproves of hemlines higher than an inch or two above the knee. Regular female visitors such as Kate, Camilla, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie are already aware of the fashion stipulation. If Meghan hasn't already ditched her little black dresses or her minis, time to throw them out!

8. None of that Crossed-Legged Business: It's frowned upon for Royal Family members to cross their legs, according to an expert for Hello! You'll never see Kate Middleton crossing her legs anywhere other than at her angles. Kate often does a side-by-side move known as "the Duchess Slant," which Princess Diana utilized. Meghan better be working on her Duchess of Sussex slant!

9. No Wedges: The Queen apparently DESPISES wedge shoes, says Vanity Fair. So get rid of 'em, girl!

10. Mealtime Is at 8:30: If dining the queen, Meghan should be prepared to always eat at 8:30 and dinner will be over by 10. The Queen is known for strictly adhering to her royal schedule.

11. No Open Seating: At a Royal Family gathering, Meghan will always be sat next to Prince Harry.

12. No Room Raiding: There is a strict code of conduct for how to enter a room when your are with the royals. Here's the royal order: Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Camila, Prince William, Kate Middleton, and then most likely, Prince Harry and Markle, according to Reader's Digest.

13. Don't Eat Before the Queen or After the Queen: Markle should not begin eating her meal until the Queen has started hers, StyleCaster reports. The former Suits star also needs to keep her eyes peeled—for when the Queen stops eating, everyone must stop eating, even if there is still food.

Diane Gottsman, who wrote Modern Etiquette for a Better Life, told Bravo that there are strict rules when eating with the leading lady of England.

"No one should start eating before the Monarch and no one should carry on eating after the Monarch has finished," Gottsman said.

14. No Sleeping 'Til the Queen Sleeps: If Markle stays at the Queen's house, she's gotta stay up until QE2 falls asleep, so says the Daily Beast. Apparently it's considered bad form to call it a night before the monarch. Luckily, the Queen isn't known for throwing all night-ragers so Markle likely will be able to hit the hay before midnight.

15. Do Not Pass Go: Monopoly is not allowed. According to Reader's Digest, in 2008, the Leeds Building Society gave the Duke of York Prince Andrew the game of Monopoly to which he responded, "We’re not allowed to play Monopoly at home. It gets too vicious." Looks like all of Meghan's get out of of jail cards have been used up.

16. No Pinkies Out: Tea time is an important time for royals. Etiquette expert Myka Meier told People that the correct way to drink tea is to use your thumb and index finger to hold the top of the handle, while the middle finger supports the bottom. You should also sip from the same spot the entire time so that the rim doesn’t get lipstick stains. If you are a coffee drinker, you should loop your index finger through the handle. But beware—no pinkies out. Even the royals draw the line somewhere.
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Re: Kongeligt Bryllup i UK

Indlægaf billiebean » 23. maj 2018, 12:46

Haha, lidt skørt at matador er forbudt. Er Queen Elisabeth en dårlig taber eller hvad? :D
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Re: Kongeligt Bryllup i UK

Indlægaf Akehurst2 » 23. maj 2018, 12:48

billiebean skrev:Haha, lidt skørt at matador er forbudt. Er Queen Elisabeth en dårlig taber eller hvad? :D


Det er formentlig forklaringen på at "It gets too vicious" :-D

Kender godt følelsen... :genert:
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Re: Kongeligt Bryllup i UK

Indlægaf Wizzze » 23. maj 2018, 13:08

FormerlyKnownAs skrev:Nu når Meghan er blevet Royal er mange regler. Jeg undrede mig over at hun på deres første outing havde nylonstrømper på. Men har man åbenbart. Udover det

1. No Selfies: During her first official event with Prince Harry, Meghan revealed that she would no longer be able to take selfies with fans after a couple asked her to pose."We're not allowed to do selfies," she told the duo, reports the Daily Mirror. The rule was created to encourage people to make eye contact and make conversation with royals, instead of turning their backs to them (a huge no-no) to take a selfie.

Jennifer Gehmair, Royal Family etiquette expert, told Smooth Radio, "Turning your back to the Duke and Duchess and taking a selfie is discouraged if at all possible. I know it's fun to do, but they much would rather see your face."

2. No Autographs: She may have some Suits superfans in her past, but these days the new royal isn't allowed to sign autographs under any circumstances. From here on out it's only royal documents and in some rare cases—visitor's books, according to RoyalUK.com.

3. No Social Media: Meghan's not allowed to have her own social media page, which is why her own lifestyle blog and Instagram, The Tig, went dark last year.

4. No Dark Nails: According to sources at OK! magazine, Royal Family members are prohibited from wearing dark and colored nail polish. Meghan wore the Queen's favorite color, Essie's Ballet Slippers, to the Royal Wedding, and we have a feeling that color is here to stay.

5. No Traveling Without Mourning Clothes: Ever since the King George died while the then-Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip were in Africa and had to travel back to England in regular clothes, it is imperative that all royals always travel with a set of funeral clothes in order to be respectful.

6. Curtsy Time: The queen expects female family members, including Kate Middleton and Camilla Parker Bowles, to curtsy when they enter a room in her presence, even when it's an informal occasion, which means Meghan better get used to the curtsy. If she is at an official event, Meghan must also curtsy to anyone who outranks her title.

7. No Miniskirts: The queen disapproves of hemlines higher than an inch or two above the knee. Regular female visitors such as Kate, Camilla, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie are already aware of the fashion stipulation. If Meghan hasn't already ditched her little black dresses or her minis, time to throw them out!

8. None of that Crossed-Legged Business: It's frowned upon for Royal Family members to cross their legs, according to an expert for Hello! You'll never see Kate Middleton crossing her legs anywhere other than at her angles. Kate often does a side-by-side move known as "the Duchess Slant," which Princess Diana utilized. Meghan better be working on her Duchess of Sussex slant!

9. No Wedges: The Queen apparently DESPISES wedge shoes, says Vanity Fair. So get rid of 'em, girl!

10. Mealtime Is at 8:30: If dining the queen, Meghan should be prepared to always eat at 8:30 and dinner will be over by 10. The Queen is known for strictly adhering to her royal schedule.

11. No Open Seating: At a Royal Family gathering, Meghan will always be sat next to Prince Harry.

12. No Room Raiding: There is a strict code of conduct for how to enter a room when your are with the royals. Here's the royal order: Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Camila, Prince William, Kate Middleton, and then most likely, Prince Harry and Markle, according to Reader's Digest.

13. Don't Eat Before the Queen or After the Queen: Markle should not begin eating her meal until the Queen has started hers, StyleCaster reports. The former Suits star also needs to keep her eyes peeled—for when the Queen stops eating, everyone must stop eating, even if there is still food.

Diane Gottsman, who wrote Modern Etiquette for a Better Life, told Bravo that there are strict rules when eating with the leading lady of England.

"No one should start eating before the Monarch and no one should carry on eating after the Monarch has finished," Gottsman said.

14. No Sleeping 'Til the Queen Sleeps: If Markle stays at the Queen's house, she's gotta stay up until QE2 falls asleep, so says the Daily Beast. Apparently it's considered bad form to call it a night before the monarch. Luckily, the Queen isn't known for throwing all night-ragers so Markle likely will be able to hit the hay before midnight.

15. Do Not Pass Go: Monopoly is not allowed. According to Reader's Digest, in 2008, the Leeds Building Society gave the Duke of York Prince Andrew the game of Monopoly to which he responded, "We’re not allowed to play Monopoly at home. It gets too vicious." Looks like all of Meghan's get out of of jail cards have been used up.

16. No Pinkies Out: Tea time is an important time for royals. Etiquette expert Myka Meier told People that the correct way to drink tea is to use your thumb and index finger to hold the top of the handle, while the middle finger supports the bottom. You should also sip from the same spot the entire time so that the rim doesn’t get lipstick stains. If you are a coffee drinker, you should loop your index finger through the handle. But beware—no pinkies out. Even the royals draw the line somewhere.


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Og så siger frk W at Kate åbenbart bryder nr. 9 ganske ofte :gruble:

Og ja ret crazy med matador, det kunne være fedt at være flue på væggen der :lol:
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Re: Kongeligt Bryllup i UK

Indlægaf billiebean » 23. maj 2018, 13:18

Akehurst2 skrev:
billiebean skrev:Haha, lidt skørt at matador er forbudt. Er Queen Elisabeth en dårlig taber eller hvad? :D


Det er formentlig forklaringen på at "It gets too vicious" :-D

Kender godt følelsen... :genert:


Det er ellers god træning i royale dyder såsom selvbeherskelse og gode manerer under pres, hehe.
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Re: Kongeligt Bryllup i UK

Indlægaf DetSorteCirkus » 23. maj 2018, 13:30

Den liste der minder mig om noget, jeg engang læste om den senere Frederik 4.s første store Europarejse. Da han nåede Paris, måtte han pænt vente en uge, før han fik tilladelse til at tage ud på Versailles og møde Solkongen. Der skulle nemlig først forhandles om etiketten ved den officielle modtagelse; sådan noget med, hvem der først tog hatten af og stod på hvilken side af dørtrinnet og andre vigtige ting.
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Re: Kongeligt Bryllup i UK

Indlægaf Akehurst2 » 23. maj 2018, 13:33

DetSorteCirkus skrev:Den liste der minder mig om noget, jeg engang læste om den senere Frederik 4.s første store Europarejse. Da han nåede Paris, måtte han pænt vente en uge, før han fik tilladelse til at tage ud på Versailles og møde Solkongen. Der skulle nemlig først forhandles om etiketten ved den officielle modtagelse; sådan noget med, hvem der først tog hatten af og stod på hvilken side af dørtrinnet og andre vigtige ting.


Pyha - tænk hvis de havde spildt en uge på uvigtige ting :-D
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