Skip to comments.Globe Magazine : Duchess Kate Breaks Down & Collapses 12/29/2011
Posted on 01/03/2012 10:40:47 AM PST by SandRat
According to the latest issue of Globe magazine, Duchess of Cambridge, has broken down and/or collapsed! Lets hope the rumors arent true!
The magazine reports that Kate was left in tears after her step-mother-in-law, the Duchess of Cornwallcruelly insulted her. What did she say?!?
DETAILS! Reportedly, Camilla was teasing the Duchess about her husband, Prince William's faithfulness. Ugh, can you believe that? Pot meet kettle, anyone?
What is a rat’s ass? Answer: what I don’t give about anything connected with so-called royalty any where in the Universe.
If it was Charles, would we know?
Neither Duchess Camilla or Kate will ever be Queen, They are not in the blood line. Prince William or Prince Charles can be crowned kings because they are in the Blood line.
My thanks to George Washington, Thomas Paine, Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin and all the other great American patriots who deciding to break away from these inbreds, back in 1776.
People have been unemployed for over a year. Some people are wondering if they will have enough money to pay the mortgage. Count me among those who could care less if this little princess breaks down in tears because some old hag makes a catty comment to her.
“If it was Charles, would we know?”
Does it have jug ears.? Does it look like Alferd E. Neuman?
How did you get my operator’s license picture?
First, I doubt this happened.
Second, even assuming it did, I’m having an amusing time trying to figure out how War Horse the Homewrecker might credibly insult Kate.
The wife of a crowned King (with rare exceptions, although one may be operative in Camilla’s case), the wife of a crowned King is the Queen. Upon the king’s death, she relinquishes her title as Queen and becomes Queen Mother.
The husband of a crowned Queen, on the other hand, is not King, unless he happened to be King of another country.
The crowned Queen’s husband is her Consort, and she may bestow other titles on his if she chooses.
No wonder Charles was always so taken with Camilla. She matches him in manners, style and grace.
Ah, Father Jack is it? Now go on, go on, go on, go on ... with ya.
Well Kate must have recovered pretty fast as she was photographed dancing up a storm New Year’s Eve at her family’s big tent party.
Have you seen this?
If it was Charles, would we know?
If Prince Charles has been killed, the news will get out sooner or later. People will start to ask why he isn't appearing at any ribbon-cutting events.
I think the last time anyone tried to monkey with the order of succession, other than the Glorious Revolution which meant ousting a reigning king and excluding his new-born son from the succession, was the failed attempt to put Lady Jane Grey on the throne when Edward VI died in 1553.
“My thanks to George Washington, Thomas Paine, Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin and all the other great American patriots who deciding to break away from these inbreds, back in 1776.”
That is what makes this thread worth it!!! Thank you!!!
Camilla appears to be a real (fill in your favorite descriptor here).
We need to examine the evidence! There is no evidence posted on this thread.
I did hear once that an Irishman will never bite off more than he can chew. Unless its an Englishman’s leg.
Although there was that whole bit with the Establishment forcing the King to abdicate in 1936 rather than give up his bimbo.
Which Winston Churchill fought bitterly, BTW.
Stupid and certainly untrue.
At some point in the not-to-distant future the Saracens in Britain will drag the entire Royal Family into Picadilly Square and behead them.
“Drink! Feck! Gurls!!
Is it possible that the Duchess of Cornwall might have said something to the Duchess of Cambridge that upset her? Yes, it is. The Royal family is a family and the same tensions and conflicts that can pop up in any family can happen in the Royal family. But relationships between the two of them are generally good, and they do like each other, so I would find it difficult to believe anything truly significant has happened here.
The Queen does not have the power to decide who succeeds her. That decisions is in the hands of Parliament. At the moment, if the Queen should die or abdicate, Charles, the Prince of Wales will become King and Camilla, Duchess of Cambridge, will become Queen Consort as a matter of law (although she may continue to use the style Duchess of Cambridge, just as she currently does even though she is legally the Princess of Wales). Even if Charles immediately abdicated in favour of his son which some people think might happen (I don't at this stage - if Charles doesn't come to the throne until he's 80, maybe), he would still be King until the instrument of abdication took effect and Camilla would still legally be Queen.
Frankly, I do not believe Camilla has any great desire to be Queen. She will do her duty when her husband becomes King, but it's not something that is important to her.
Further comments - in terms of Garvin's that neither Camilla nor Kate will ever be Queen because they are not in the bloodline, there are four different types of Queens. The Queen Regnant (which is what Elizabeth II is, what Victoria was, and what Elizabeth I was, among others) rules in their own right and they must be the Heir by blood to take on that role. But the wife of a King is also a Queen - a Queen Consort. Queen Elizabeth, the wife of King George VI (later the Queen Mother) and Queen Mary, the wife of King George V, are the two most recent examples of these. The third type of Queen is a Dowager Queen. This is a Queen Consort whose King predeceases her. So both Queen Mary (wife of George V) and Queen Elizabeth (wife of George VI) became Dowager Queens on the death of their husbands. The fourth type of Queen is Queen Mother, which refers to a Queen who is the mother of the current Monarch. George VI's wife, Queen Elizabeth used this title from the death of George VI in 1952 until her own death in 2002. (Queen Mary was technically the Queen Mother from 1936 till 1952 when her son died, but she chose not to use that style, instead continuing to be Queen Mary - Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, naturally needed a way to distinguish herself from her daughter of the same name and so did use the title).
As for the body found at Sandringham, yes it was found on the Royal Estate. But the royal estate is 20,000 acres in size, part of which is land open to the public with hundreds of people travelling through it most days and with people actually living on it in normal English villages. There's no reason to think there's any link with the Royal Family. It may just be it was seen by somebody as a good place to try and dump a body.