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Re: The Cambridges Visit No Ireland


@Rockinista wrote:

@carrie ann wrote:

@proudlyfromNJ wrote:

@Pearley wrote:

@goldensrbest wrote:

The megan haters always have to spoil a thread, it is her dad,and sister that is bad, not megan!!!


Having a critical opinion of Meghan, her clothes, her family, or whatever IMO does not spoil a thread.  People are allowed to express opinions that don't agree with everyone's.  That's what a chat board is all about.


@Pearley .  Yes, people can express their opinions of course. But I'm not sure you noticed the title of this thread. It has nothing to do with MM. 

Making the thread about her is taking it off course and rude to the OP.


@proudlyfromNJ. So true and predictable. 


@carrie ann  See my comment to @proudlyfromNJ .  Same comment to you.


I was replying to @proudlyfrom NJ. 

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Thank you, @ms traditional@imt and @greeneyedlady for the fun, beautiful photos! Kate has the quality of always seeming relaxed and comfortable under any circumstances. Great poise!

 

Love her personal style, too, rather formal or casual! 

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Re: The Cambridges Visit No Ireland

Kate and William and Harry and Meghan seem so relaxed and happy when they are around  ordinary folk. It is so nice to see them laughing and happy and not so uptight and serious. 

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Re: The Cambridges Visit No Ireland


@chessielady wrote:

Diddy means little...wee.


Thanks.  The definitions I’m seeing online are “a fool” and slang term for a female breast. So you can see my confusion! English is hard.

 

@NameAlreadyTaken  - that was one of the definitions I saw for broody, which I find quite descriptive!

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@Alter Ego wrote:

@chessielady wrote:

Diddy means little...wee.


Thanks.  The definitions I’m seeing online are “a fool” and slang term for a female breast. So you can see my confusion! English is hard.

 

@NameAlreadyTaken  - that was one of the definitions I saw for broody, which I find quite descriptive!


 

@Alter Ego   If you see the whole text, the man asked her if there would be a fourth child after she said that, which meant he knew what she was saying.  Then she stated something to the effect that William was very nervous about it or something like that, as if she would like a fourth but perhaps he would object or maybe was not so sure about it.

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Re: The Cambridges Visit No Ireland


@chessielady wrote:

Diddy means little...wee.


@chessielady   Hmmm....I doubt that P. Diddy would like that! LOL!

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I think you are correct!

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@Pearley wrote:

@chessielady wrote:

Diddy means little...wee.


@chessielady   Hmmm....I doubt that P. Diddy would like that! LOL!


@Pearley  Who cares what he likes.