What are the Royals getting up to?

Showing their silly side, the royals held half bear masks up to their face for a funny snap which featured on the front of the auction catalogue

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i wonder why we havent seen a pic of the new baby,   'LILIBET DIANA?     the had a pic of ARCHIE up pretty quickly,  

Hello Cats!   Looooooooong time no hear from you, I missed your chats.

Hope you are keeping well?

Yes the new baby I have wondered about that too.

Perhaps they think they are punishing the public!  LOL

Hi Cats - Good to see you back on YLC.  Hope all's well with you.  The Sussex family seems to like being mysterious when it comes to them sharing photos of the children.  Remember when Archie was christened in London they wouldn't even share the Godparents names.

HIDDY HO,    CELIA / HOLA,    glad to be back,   it has been awhile,  but my back was so bad i couldnt sit hunched over a computer for to long,   not much better now,  but strong pain killers and physio are  doing me good,   ya,  i have been well apart from that,   got my first jab about 2 weeks ago,   and get the booster on 26th august.  hope you are both well,  as is everyone on the site,  ,  doesnt look like anything has changed much,  on here,     has anyone heard from PHYL &PETER,    [TOPAZ]     i wondered how they were,      it is getting dark so early now,   by 5'30 it is black outside,    i was trying to find the SMILE page,  but no can do,  doesnt anyone smile on here anymore,  lol,    hope everone is well,  and keeping safe,   

Great to see you back Cats.

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The Queen looking stylish!

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What do you think about sending George off to boarding school soon aged 7 yrs?

Is this really happening or just media speculation?

 

 

The photo above RnR was a more formal one with his parents and David Attenboroungb.

This photo below I think is in their garden in Norfolk UK.

 

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My Dad and his two brothers were sent to boarding school when Dad was just 5. His Father had died at the age of 43 and left a wife and 5 children. She had no option, and the two girls were sent off to Aunts to look after.  Dad hated it and cried all the way up to the school in the  Himalayas in a steam train. They only saw their Mother once a year. Now they were hard days. I think George will live a charmed life.

Special £5 coin to commemorate Prince Philip is struck by the Royal Mint in tribute to his 'decades of service both to the nation and her majesty the Queen'.

Both vaccinated with no masks on!

The Duke of Cambridge, known as the Earl of Strathearn in Scotland, tries Irn-Bru as Queen Elizabeth II looks on, during a visit to AG Barr's factory in Cumbernauld, where the drink is manufactured, as part of her traditional trip to Scotland for Holyrood Week 

The Duke of Cambridge, known as the Earl of Strathearn in Scotland, tries Irn-Bru as Queen Elizabeth II looks on, during a visit to AG Barr's factory in Cumbernauld, where the drink is manufactured, as part of her traditional trip to Scotland for Holyrood Week 

The 95-year-old Queen pictured alongside her grandson the Duke of Cambridge when in Scotland today  The Queen and Prince William arriving at the AG Barr's factory   

The 95-year-old Queen pictured alongside her grandson the Duke of Cambridge when in Scotland today

This afternoon, the Queen and William attended the traditional Ceremony of the Keys at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, in which Her Majesty inspected the Guard of Honour before being officially welcomed to Edinburgh by the Lord Provost, who offered the monarch the keys of the city (pictured) 

This afternoon, the Queen and William attended the traditional Ceremony of the Keys at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, in which Her Majesty inspected the Guard of Honour before being officially welcomed to Edinburgh by the Lord Provost, who offered the monarch the keys of the city (pictured)

The Queen, who has continued with her duties as head of state despite grieving for her late husband, will be staying at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, her official residence in Scotland. 

During the visit, the Duke of Cambridge quenched his thirst with a sip of Irn Bru and declared 'you can taste the girders in it' during a factory visit with the Queen. 

 

 

 

Prince George watched as England crushed Germany 2-0 at his first international football match - as Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane put the Three Lions into the Euro quarters finals Lucky royal mascot Prince George sees England crush Germany 2-0 | Daily Mail Online        

Prince George watched as England crushed Germany 2-0 at his first international football match - as Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane put the Three Lions into the Euro quarters finals 

 

Princess Eugenie, 31, shared adorable pictures of her son August with a herd of more than 100 wooden elephants in London's Green Park        

Princess Eugenie, 31, shared adorable pictures of her son August with a herd of more than 100 wooden elephants in London's Green Park

 

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I wish these two will hurry up and let us see a picture of Lillibet. I am sure she is gorgeous!

The Queen has invited the family to her birthday celebrations. How lovely!

 

Imagine Lillibet already has a Facebook page

https://www.facebook.com/LilibetDianaMountbattenWindsor/

Looks as if they are ready to capitalize on the child

May be an image of text that says 'June 04, 2021 Hollo baby Hollo baby "Lili" Lilibet Diana Mounbatten-Windsor Mounbatter'

 

 

Must be the Queens colour this month!   

BLUE!

 

 Brightest flower in the garden! Queen looks radiant in royal blue as she meets beekeepers and youngsters toasting marshmallows on visit to children's wood project in Glasgow

The Queen, 95, was joined Princess Anne, 70, for a visit to community centre in Glasgow this morning The monarch was radiant in a vibrant blue coat which she paired with matching hat for the engagment

Pair visited The Children’s Wood Project in the Scottish city where they spoke with volunteers

 Brightest flower in the garden!

Queen looks radiant in royal blue as she meets beekeepers and youngsters toasting marshmallows on visit to children's wood project in Glasgow

The Queen, 95, was joined Princess Anne, 70, for a visit to community centre in Glasgow this morning The monarch was radiant in a vibrant blue coat which she paired with matching hat for the engagment Pair visited The Children’s Wood Project in the Scottish city where they spoke with volunteers

They went on to meet schoolchildren and teachers from East Park Primary School. As the group toasted marshmallows, the Queen and Princess Anne heard about the project’s educational initiatives and the children’s experiences of taking part in forest school sessions at the Wood Project. 

The Queen went on to visit the Skypark to receive a briefing from the UK Space Agency and view satellite production (pictured) 

The Queen went on to visit the Skypark to receive a briefing from the UK Space Agency and view satellite production (pictured) 

Over 20 local schools have access to the wood for outdoor lessons, and the Wood Project works with local universities to carry out research and support this form of learning as part of teacher training.

Also known as The North Kelvin Meadow, the Children’s Wood Project demonstrates how community can benefit from the nurturing and use of a wild space in an urban setting. 

The local community around The Children’s Wood Project played an active part in protecting the green space and transforming it from a disused site into the thriving outdoor community hub it is today.

The royals went on to visit the Skypark in Glasgow to meet two companies who are leading the way in the space technology field.

Meanwhile the royal attracted quite the fanfare during the visit, with fans lining the street in order to capture a glimpse of the Queen 

Meanwhile the royal attracted quite the fanfare during the visit, with fans lining the street in order to capture a glimpse of the Queen 

The royal could be seen strolling through the grounds of the outdoor centre with the organisation's director Emily Cutts +25The royal could be seen strolling through the grounds of the outdoor centre with the organisation's director Emily Cutts  

The royal could be seen strolling through the grounds of the outdoor centre with the organisation's director Emily Cutts 

At another stage, the monarch and her daughter gathered around a fire where they spoke with local school children who were making smores 

At another stage, the monarch and her daughter gathered around a fire where they spoke with local school children who were making smores 

During the visit, they spoke to staff from AAC Clyde Space, which specialises in the development of advanced satellites, used to collect data for maritime surveillance, environmental monitoring and weather forecasting.

The Queen and Princess Royal also visited the production site, and met representatives from the UK Space Agency.

The pair were then whisked off to visit the offices of Spire Global and viewed a demonstration by staff on the data that is collected by the company’s constellation of satellites in orbit above the Earth’s atmosphere. 

The Queen and Princess Anne heard how this information is used for weather forecasts, GPS navigation at sea, the development of renewable energy sources, and to learn more about the planet. 

A young volunteer at the centre appeared overjoyed to present the Queen with a jar of honey during the engagement earlier today 

A young volunteer at the centre appeared overjoyed to present the Queen with a jar of honey during the engagement earlier today 

As part of a session at the beekeeping area, the Queen  heard from local beekeepers who lend their time to maintaining the wood’s beehives and was given a jar of honey by a young volunteer 

As part of a session at the beekeeping area, the Queen  heard from local beekeepers who lend their time to maintaining the wood’s beehives and was given a jar of honey by a young volunteer

The royal appeared inquisitive about the beekeeper's work and could be seen chatting to the mother and son animatedly after receiving the honey  The royal appeared inquisitive about the beekeeper's work and could be seen chatting to the mother and son animatedly after receiving the honey +25  

The royal appeared inquisitive about the beekeeper's work and could be seen chatting to the mother and son animatedly after receiving the honey

Queen Elizabeth II receives a gift of Honey from a young boy during a visit to the Children's Wood Project 

Queen Elizabeth II receives a gift of Honey from a young boy during a visit to the Children's Wood Project

After she was gifted the honey, the monarch could be seen inspecting the jar and exchanged a few words with the beekeeper volunteers  After she was gifted the honey, the monarch could be seen inspecting the jar and exchanged a few words with the beekeeper volunteers   

After she was gifted the honey, the  monarch could be seen inspecting the jar (right) and exchanged a few words with the beekeeper volunteers (left)

Meanwhile the royal also shared a laugh with the volunteer, who was wearing a beekeeping suit for the occasion 

Meanwhile the royal also shared a laugh with the volunteer, who was wearing a beekeeping suit for the occasion 

The monarch appeared overjoyed with the young royal fan's gift during the engagement and could be seen beaming as she shared a smile with his mother +25 The monarch appeared overjoyed with the young royal fan's gift during the engagement and could be seen beaming as she shared a smile with his mother 

The monarch appeared overjoyed with the young royal fan's gift during the engagement and could be seen beaming as she shared a smile with his mother

Yesterday the monarch matched in light blue with the First Minister as they held a socially distanced meeting at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh.

The Queen received Ms Sturgeon just after midday, telling her 'it's lovely to have you back here' and that 'a year's gap is incredible' - a nod to her shielding at Windsor Castle with her late husband. 

The First Minister smiled and replied: 'It's great to see you in person after so long. It's lovely to have you back here'.

Her Majesty beckoned the SNP leader to take a seat and remarked on the gap between the chairs saying: 'It's still rather distanced I'm afraid'.

Princess Anne joined her mother on the visit to the Children's Wood Project today in Glasgow, opting for a pale blue blazer for the engagement 

Princess Anne joined her mother on the visit to the Children's Wood Project today in Glasgow, opting for a pale blue blazer for the engagement 

The royals appeared in high spirits during the engagement, with Princess Anne sharing a laugh with her mother while speaking with volunteers 

The royals appeared in high spirits during the engagement, with Princess Anne sharing a laugh with her mother while speaking with volunteers

Ms Sturgeon replied: 'Well that's very wise' and nodded when the monarch said: 'You must be quite used to that'.

Her Majesty was animated during their chat, smiling and waving her arms as she listened to Ms Sturgeon before receiving Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament, Alison Johnstone.

The Queen is leading a Royal charm offensive to help persuade Scotland to resist the demands of nationalists for independence – with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge playing a key supporting role.

The trip, which is being discreetly backed by Downing Street, began on Monday with a trip to the Irn Bru factory in Cumbernauld with Prince William accompanying his grandmother and even trying some of 'Scotland's other national drink'.

William was at a shipyard on the Clyde yesterday and earlier this year gave a deeply personal speech in which he described the 'special place' that Scotland had in his heart, a country which he said held both some of his 'happiest memories' and his 'saddest'.

The mother and daughter duo heard from local beekeepers who lend their time to maintaining the wood’s beehives, before meeting a group of community gardeners tending to their allotments. 

The mother and daughter duo heard from local beekeepers who lend their time to maintaining the wood’s beehives, before meeting a group of community gardeners tending to their allotments.

The monarch donned a vibrant blue coat for the occasion with a matched hat adorned with blue and white floral decorations +25The monarch donned a vibrant blue coat for the occasion with a matched hat adorned with blue and white floral decorations   

The monarch donned a vibrant blue coat for the occasion with a matched hat adorned with blue and white floral decorations (pictured) 

The Queen could be seen beaming as she arrived at the outdoor engagement wearing a vibrant blue coat with a matching hat 

The Queen could be seen beaming as she arrived at the outdoor engagement wearing a vibrant blue coat with a matching hat 

Meanwhile the monarch opted to wear a white floral gown beneath her vibrant blue coat for the engagement, and accessorised with a black bag and court shoes  Meanwhile the monarch opted to wear a white floral gown beneath her vibrant blue coat for the engagement, and accessorised with a black bag and court shoes  

Meanwhile the monarch opted to wear a white floral gown beneath her vibrant blue coat for the engagement, and accessorised with a black bag and court shoes  

It was at Balmoral where he learned of the death of his mother Diana, in 1997. And it was at St Andrews where he met and fell in love with Kate Middleton.

Ahead of the Queen's meeting with the First Minister, there was a background of tension dating back years since they first met seven years ago.

Just last December furious Tories hit out at Ms Sturgeon's 'swipe' at Prince William and Kate Middleton over their whistle-stop trip to Scotland.

The Scottish leader revealed at a daily briefing that the country's government had reminded the Palace of the strict Covid restrictions north of the border ahead of the couple's morale boosting tour. 

Travelling across the border at the time was permitted for work purposes and royal sources said that was exactly what the trip was, but Ms Sturgeon chose to warn them anyway. 

The monarch is also expected to stay for a few days at Balmoral, Aberdeenshire, at the end of the week privately. 

 

 

        

The Duke of Cambridge (left) and Duke of Sussex look at a statue they commissioned of their mother Diana, Princess of Wales

The bronze made by Ian Rank-Broadley shows Diana with her arms around two children, and towered over the brothers as they revealed it to the world this afternoon.              

The bronze made by Ian Rank-Broadley shows Diana with her arms around two children, and towered over the brothers as they revealed it to the world this afternoon.

 

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As I commented in the newspaper last night it comes across to me as cold and dark which is not the true refection of the Lady Diana.  Perhaps next time, perhaps her Brother could get it better in a white marble something feminine? 

Just awful IMO. It seems ugly, drab, stiff, austere and lifeless to me.

Never seen a photo of her with enlarged boobs like that

Yes she looks dead but then I guess she is.

Suze do you remember the first outing Diana had with Charles when they were engaged?

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The Queen (pictured) eagerly watched the proceedings today +13      She looked sophisticated in a white shirt teamed with a navy padded gilet   

The Queen (pictured) eagerly watched the proceedings today, while looking sophisticated in a white shirt teamed with a navy padded gilet

She's in the driving seat! Not wanting to miss any of the action, the Queen drove herself to the prestigious event, said to be her favourite of the year       

She's in the driving seat! Not wanting to miss any of the action, the Queen drove herself to the prestigious event, said to be her favourite of the year 

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The Queen seems to be getting younger my the day!

She looks radiant there.

the poor old queen is looking a bit drawn ,  but at her age i suppose she is entitled to,   esp, after the death of 'PHILIP'     but she keeps plodding on,      i think the statue of DIANNA   is horrible,    but glad to see the brothers are at least talking,   

Hi Cats.

I agree with RnR the queen look radiant since she became widowed, which is rather strange I think.

Perhaps it's the relief Celia. After nursing my late hubby with cancer, and after mourning him, a few weeks later felt I still felt very sad but relieved the ordeal was over and I could relax from being on 24/7 high alert.

Sorry to hear that RnR.

I was more or less comparing HM with Queen Victoria, what a difference.

I know with my husbands surgeries over the last five years it has been stressful and then this recent battle I think the stress has brought my present problems on.

I have always eaten healthy,  the doctors at Hollywood Hospital where I was for some time said it has to do with age.   

But HM certainly looks beaming with health and happiness in these latest photos.

 

Pretty in pink! The Queen donned a vibrant all-matching ensemble when presenting the Best Turned out Trooper award at the Royal Windsor Horse Show this afternoon       

Pretty in pink! The Queen donned a vibrant all-matching ensemble when presenting the Best Turned out Trooper award at the Royal Windsor Horse Show this afternoon

A royal family affair! Later in the day, the Queen was joined by her youngest son Prince Edward, his wife Sophie, and their daughter Lady Louise Windsor              Prince Edward, his wife Sophie, and their daughter Lady Louise Windsor stand next to each other while at the event      

A royal family affair! Later in the day, the Queen was joined by her youngest son Prince Edward, his wife Sophie, and their daughter Lady Louise Windsor

 

:) Quite the quick change artist.

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