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Nice To See That The Young Royals Are Bringing Their Children Up Correctly.

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anotheoldgit | 11:09 Tue 10th Jul 2018 | News
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-5935339/Princess-Charlottes-cheeky-comment-Prince-Louis-christening.html

Not very nice for a three year old to speak to adults in such a way, don't you think?

/// She may be only three-years-old, but Princess Charlotte showed off her confident nature with a cheeky remark as she left her brother Prince Louis' christening. ///

/// The little Princess who was walking hand-in-hand with her father Prince William after the service at the Royal Chapel at St James's Palace told waiting photographers: 'You're not coming.' ///

/// To make sure her point was understood she kept a watchful eye on the media pack over her shoulder to ensure everyone remained in
place. ///

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The next Princess Royal is being trained in the same manner as her Great Aunt......nice to see.
Glad to see the change of heart in AOG tho. Only a couple of weeks ago he declared that only the monarch and the next in line were considered royal.
/// AOG is entitled to his opinion. ///

But it's not his original opinion - it's just Daily Mail garbage selectively regurgitated as usual. Still, I expect it keeps his fees rolling in.
Barmaid, that was after he’d used the word Royals in his headline to describe younger members of the family. I still maintain AOG is a ‘bot which the Gnomes use to bolster traffic. No one could be that daft, surely?
https://www.theanswerbank.co.uk/News/Question1612420.html

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