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Re: Daughter's friends at Charles' Garden Party comments


@dulwich wrote:

I am visiting with my daughter and listened in on a Skype chat she had with 8 of her friends in U.K. today - 4 of them together with their husbands were attendees at the Garden Party - they were all very excited and enthusiastic.  Age group mid 30's professional people all working.   All living in London.

 

Main remarks were how in love Harry & Meghan were, lovely looking, etc but all thought Harry has married a 'mother' figure as she was definitely in charge and 'he seems to need that as since he lost his mother he has been lost - going 'wild' at times unlike William who is tougher she seemed to guide him not the other way around'.  Their remarks not mine.

 

I was not part of the discussion but it did make me think another viewpoint as Harry, I think, is very sensitive and probably listening to these young people made some sense to me.  I think Meghan has her hands full but also she will cope as she looks determined.

 


@dulwich

 

I think their assessment seems to be right!

 

This photo is from Charles Garden party, courtesy of Daily Mail UK:

 

Meghan placed a protective arm around Harry as they made their way back inside during the garden party

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5757949/Meghan-Markle-makes-official-engagement.html

 

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@KingstonsMom wrote:

@dulwich wrote:

I am visiting with my daughter and listened in on a Skype chat she had with 8 of her friends in U.K. today - 4 of them together with their husbands were attendees at the Garden Party - they were all very excited and enthusiastic.  Age group mid 30's professional people all working.   All living in London.

 

Main remarks were how in love Harry & Meghan were, lovely looking, etc but all thought Harry has married a 'mother' figure as she was definitely in charge and 'he seems to need that as since he lost his mother he has been lost - going 'wild' at times unlike William who is tougher she seemed to guide him not the other way around'.  Their remarks not mine.

 

I was not part of the discussion but it did make me think another viewpoint as Harry, I think, is very sensitive and probably listening to these young people made some sense to me.  I think Meghan has her hands full but also she will cope as she looks determined.

 


@dulwich

 

I think their assessment seems to be right!

 

This photo is from Charles Garden party, courtesy of Daily Mail UK:

 

Meghan placed a protective arm around Harry as they made their way back inside during the garden party

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5757949/Meghan-Markle-makes-official-engagement.html

 


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Re: Daughter's friends at Charles' Garden Party comments


@KingstonsMom wrote:

@dulwich wrote:

I am visiting with my daughter and listened in on a Skype chat she had with 8 of her friends in U.K. today - 4 of them together with their husbands were attendees at the Garden Party - they were all very excited and enthusiastic.  Age group mid 30's professional people all working.   All living in London.

 

Main remarks were how in love Harry & Meghan were, lovely looking, etc but all thought Harry has married a 'mother' figure as she was definitely in charge and 'he seems to need that as since he lost his mother he has been lost - going 'wild' at times unlike William who is tougher she seemed to guide him not the other way around'.  Their remarks not mine.

 

I was not part of the discussion but it did make me think another viewpoint as Harry, I think, is very sensitive and probably listening to these young people made some sense to me.  I think Meghan has her hands full but also she will cope as she looks determined.

 


@dulwich

 

I think their assessment seems to be right!

 

This photo is from Charles Garden party, courtesy of Daily Mail UK:

 

Meghan placed a protective arm around Harry as they made their way back inside during the garden party

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5757949/Meghan-Markle-makes-official-engagement.html

 


I had the same thoughts when I saw this article.  Her gesture is totally out of line.  Also, read about her BF and her planned "pippa moment" at the wedding.  All choreographed movements INHO.  Hope I am wrong.

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Re: Daughter's friends at Charles' Garden Party comments

@Hoovermom

 

I took that pic as a show of comfort and support to Harry.

 

Harry & Meghan have been more openly affectionate, even in their engagement announcement photos, than any Royals have ever been.

 

That's part of what I like about them, but that's just me.

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I think the hand on his back is sweet, often do the same thing myself.  Well, I don't put my hand on Harry's back but I do on my husband's Smiley Very Happy

 

Random thoughts, that couple looks mighty good coming or going !

 

What is the "Pippa moment" ?

 

Was thinking about Wills/Kate - Harry/Meghan relationship.

 

As the Queen is 92 and  Prince Charles is almost 70, William will most probably be ruling someday.   That puts him and Kate in a totally different realm than Harry and  Meghan who will, of course, be expected to carry out royal duties but also have much more freedom to be  themselves.

 

I cannot imagine the pressure of knowing that every single time I stepped out of my house I would be expected to look and act "royally".   Meghan does have the advantage of being in the public eye and covered by the press so that should help her a lot.  

 

Also very happy to see well dressed women wearing hosiery !

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Re: Daughter's friends at Charles' Garden Party comments

So let me understand this correctly, summation of a few pictures of the newlyweds indicates, Duchess of Sussex- *drumroll* is up to no good. 

 

 

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@Sweet_Serenity wrote:

So let me understand this correctly, summation of a few pictures of the newlyweds indicates, Duchess of Sussex- *drumroll* is up to no good. 

 

 


Also, apparently, pictures not even of the newlyweds (referring to the alleged plot by Meghan's friend Jessica Mulroney).  Dun dun dunnnnnn! Woman LOL

 

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The picture of them at the garden party, is so nice ,they look fabulous,in this picture she reminds me of the movie stars of the 50's and 60's,she looked so pretty.

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Re: Daughter's friends at Charles' Garden Party comments

Okay, earlier in a thread, perhaps this one, a poster mentioned something about a book that reveals why Ms. Markle and Husband #1 split.

 

I would like to know this story if anyone read it. 

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Re: Daughter's friends at Charles' Garden Party comments

Are they all psychics?  I don't how someone would pick up on all of that from standing with hundreds of other people at public event that planned.