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Love Her ,hate Her ( And Some Do)

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Bobbisox1 | 11:14 Sat 22nd Feb 2020 | News
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But our dear Queen is no pushover, in fact she’s quite the tough little cookie

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Don't cross nanny harry or you may get the old rolling pin over your head. My mom who is 99 yrs old said, as old as the Queen is, she as got more up top than the whole lot of the royals put together, and as her mother once said, I don't complain, and I don't explain.
12:19 Sat 22nd Feb 2020
I was a tiny tot of three when she came to the throne. I don't remember it, but I have a lovely large black and white photo taken on the day of all the local kids attending a party and my Grandma, one of the organisers, is there smiling at the front while I'm sat cross legged on the floor. It was Mum's photo and I have it now for safe keeping. (Why am I filling up) ...
Memories HereIam , they get you don't they.

I was born in Coronation year, so remember none of it.
I think the queen has left the door open for Harry - just in case he returns - alone.
She says, and US lawyers say they can use it in the US and there’s nothing granny can do.

If they want to burn all their bridges and become real outcasts then, well go right ahead.

But don’t expect to pop back and have a nice cosy chat any time soon............. Although to be fare they probably don’t intend to come back at all.
I think they're due back shortly to carry out a few final engagements, Cassa, and then that will be that.
Why is it we have to "love her or hate her" Bobbisox? I do neither. Is it not enough that i respect her as the Monarch and am grateful for her service to her country?
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Only some aren’t Ken ?
And that's their choice, Bobbisox. Just because the minority want to do away with the monarchy doesn't mean they're not entitled to an opinion. It is, after all, a free country.
My opinion is those in direct succession to the throne (and their offspring) should be rewarded for their Royal Duties. Those who will never sit on the throne, however, should take a leaf out of Harry's book and make their own way in the world.
^ Only he's not making his 'own way in the world'. He insists on still being HRH and having the British taxpayer pay for his protection. If he drops the HRH and pays for everything himself, I will change my opinion, and only then.
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Yes Ken of course they are thats why I said ‘some’
Personally I don’t care, I want a Monarchy but like you say, I think they should be trimmed down to the main ones who could be on the throne, Harry’s made his choice , whether it’s the right one remains to be seen
It'll be interesting to see if they do keep using the word royal.

I see no reason why they shouldn't.
She has been Queen from about 21 years before I was born. I can't imagine anyone different. I think she has done a fantastic job, even though I am not a royalist and would never suspect her to be a pushover.
It’s not Harry’s fault that he was born into the family. Therefore it’s quite reasonable that he should have his security paid for.
Did he “insist” on retaining the title HRH? I thought the arrangement was that they retained those titles but would not use them.
I agree with naomi at 16.29 yesterday. The Queen is toughened by experience - not to say she doesn't hurt inside -and I'm willing to bet that she is very hurt. She will, however act in the best way she can to suit her position and that of the royal family. I've been very critical of some of her decisions in the past, but time has shown that they were the best (although very unpalatable) in the circumstances.
If my sons and daughter had as little integrity as these two, I would be thoroughly ashamed.

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