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 Post subject: Re: Royal Wedding, Electoral Reform, and ROYAL BABIES thread
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 Post subject: Re: Royal Wedding, Electoral Reform, and ROYAL BABIES thread
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Marrying an American divorcee? I'm not sure that turned out so well last time.


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Although if you're going to marry someone from Suits, it clearly should be Donna.


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Marrying an American divorcee? I'm not sure that turned out so well last time.


:DD And he had dubious Nazi connections...


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Although if you're going to marry someone from Suits, it clearly should be Donna.

And if you're going to marry a Donna, it should be Donna Actual from The West Wing.

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Squirt wrote:
Although if you're going to marry someone from Suits, it clearly should be Donna.

And if you're going to marry a Donna, it should be Donna Actual from The West Wing.


Disagree. Donna from 2 Pints of Lager and a packet of crisps.

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I'm looking forward to Mr Trump posting a message on Twitter claiming to have declined an invite.


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 Post subject: Re: Royal Wedding, Electoral Reform, and ROYAL BABIES thread
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Although if you're going to marry someone from Suits, it clearly should be Donna.

And if you're going to marry a Donna, it should be Donna Actual from The West Wing.


Disagree. Donna from 2 Pints of Lager and a packet of crisps.

She's Donna, she's not a Donna.

Plus I was more of a fan of Janet.

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MaliA wrote:
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Squirt wrote:
Although if you're going to marry someone from Suits, it clearly should be Donna.

And if you're going to marry a Donna, it should be Donna Actual from The West Wing.


Disagree. Donna from 2 Pints of Lager and a packet of crisps.

She's Donna, she's not a Donna.

Plus I was more of a fan of Janet.


Louise.

Janet just looked filthy all the time. Smith nailed that part.

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 Post subject: Re: Royal Wedding, Electoral Reform, and ROYAL BABIES thread
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Marrying an American divorcee? I'm not sure that turned out so well last time.


Charles was technically a widower when he married Camelia, so if the future King can do it, then so can Harry I guess?

Nice to see he can marry someone he loves and who isn’t a first cousin

Wonder which Dukedom Harry will get? Also will she be still working on Suits?


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 Post subject: Re: Royal Wedding, Electoral Reform, and ROYAL BABIES thread
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Charles was technically a widower when he married Camelia, so if the future King can do it, then so can Harry I guess?


Charlie married Camilla in a civil ceremony and had it blessed at a church. Not sure how far things have changed since then, but I guess it wasn't a problem for one of his more notable namesakes.

The only other thing I remember from that time was a Youtube parody called 'Camilla Queen', which still makes me smile.


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Grim... wrote:
MaliA wrote:
Grim... wrote:
Squirt wrote:
Although if you're going to marry someone from Suits, it clearly should be Donna.

And if you're going to marry a Donna, it should be Donna Actual from The West Wing.


Disagree. Donna from 2 Pints of Lager and a packet of crisps.

She's Donna, she's not a Donna.

Plus I was more of a fan of Janet.


Louise.

Janet just looked filthy all the time. Smith nailed that part.


I like how we've effortlessly moved from a royal engagement to 2 Pints. :)

I went out with someone who used to get compared to Donna a lot, which she hated, although I think it was more down to snobbery than anything else - she didn't like The Royle Family (almost back on thread track) because she didn't like to think people like that actually existed

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(almost back on thread track)


What are her thoughts on proportional representation?


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asfish wrote:
Squirt wrote:
Marrying an American divorcee? I'm not sure that turned out so well last time.


Charles was technically a widower when he married Camelia, so if the future King can do it, then so can Harry I guess?

Nice to see he can marry someone he loves and who isn’t a first cousin

Wonder which Dukedom Harry will get? Also will she be still working on Suits?

That "technically" is worrying.


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Donna Air, surely?


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 Post subject: Re: Royal Wedding, Electoral Reform, and ROYAL BABIES thread
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Wonder which Dukedom Harry will get?


Aquitaine.


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Spectator waffling about the Royal Marriage being bad because she's a divorcee.

https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2017/11/p ... d-showbiz/

Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't the entire existence of the Church of England based on the desire for divorcees to get married, and Royals in particular?

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Spectator waffling about the Royal Marriage being bad because she's a divorcee.

https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2017/11/p ... d-showbiz/

Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't the entire existence of the Church of England based on the desire for divorcees to get married, and Royals in particular?


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Spectator waffling about the Royal Marriage being bad because she's a divorcee.

https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2017/11/p ... d-showbiz/

Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't the entire existence of the Church of England based on the desire for divorcees to get married, and Royals in particular?


For terrible opinion pieces on the engagement, I think Tatler is winning so far.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle?! It's simple, really: Your average English girl rarely brushes her hair and never cleans behind her ears, so it's no wonder that Britain's bachelors are falling for spruce all-American charms.

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Cras wrote:
Spectator waffling about the Royal Marriage being bad because she's a divorcee.

https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2017/11/p ... d-showbiz/

Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't the entire existence of the Church of England based on the desire for divorcees to get married, and Royals in particular?


For terrible opinion pieces on the engagement, I think Tatler is winning so far.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle?! It's simple, really: Your average English girl rarely brushes her hair and never cleans behind her ears, so it's no wonder that Britain's bachelors are falling for spruce all-American charms.


Holy shit, that's surely got to be some kind of incredible satire? The entire article is just mind-boggling.


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Ed Sheeran?


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It was very courteous of Prince Harry to announce his wedding within the publishing schedule for 'Private Eye'.


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