Open Question: Quick question, my league
Posted on 22 March 2017 | 1:07 pm
Resolved Question: Why do some who express
It seems rather hypocritical that Diana was not allowed the same freedom to have real love when she realised, like Charles, that their marriage was a failure. So, why are some quick to defend Charles for finding love and happiness with Camilla, while, at the same time, denigrating Diana for attempting to find the same for herself (although, sadly, she may have never found it)? @Andre: What a snobbish bore you sound like. @Andre: If it is refuting your answer that you want, then I will be happy to oblige. Diana did not "flaunt" her love interests, any more than Charles did. They both ended up on TV admitting to the marriage woes. You seem to blame Diana for having gone public with her dislike of Charles' relationship with Camilla. If that is your viewpoint, then how absolutely Victorian of you to want women to keep dutifully quiet whilst their husbands do as they sexually please outside the marriage. @Andre: I also would like to point out that Charles' extramarital relationship with Camilla was the catalyst that pushed Diana to seek love outside of her marriage. @Lili: How convenient it would be for people like you if we all forgot the extramarital exploits of Charles & Diana's marriage. Those exploits are very pertinent & recent history regarding the royals. You, as someone who professes to enjoy royal history, should know that painful episodes are just as much a part of history as pleasant ones. It is pertinent to consider the kind of monarch & consort Charles and Camilla will be -- and, like it or not, history plays a part in determining that. @Lili: If, as you say, you've been accused of being "pompous", might I suggest that it has something to do with how you condescendingly call me "dear". Forgive me for the accusation of condescension if you genuinely feel that I warrant such a term of an endearment. Also you come across pompously when you denigrate Diana in your various answers regarding her intellect & lack of an education that you would approve of. Not all can claim to be a PhD like yourself.
Posted on 2 September 2014 | 4:31 am
Resolved Question: Did Prince Charles marry
Princess Diana was attractive so did Prince Charles marry her due to her attractiveness? Duchess Camilla is fine as a second wife/ mistress but not a suitable breeder of future royal heirs. Perhaps Mantel thinks Duchess Camilla is more real and has more foibiles than Princess Diana?
Posted on 20 February 2013 | 3:01 pm
Resolved Question: 1997, 1st Edition,
Hi I have a 1997 1st Edition Princess Diana Beanie Baby with a diamond crown. It's in it's protective crystal case and made in china. The tag is pristine and also the beanie baby. I was thinking of selling but what's the value in it? I saw some going for about $50,000. Can this really be what it's worth?
Posted on 23 June 2012 | 8:36 am
Resolved Question: Is the Diana F+ an okay
I have never worked with film before, but am a quick learner and would love to try. Is jumping right into it with these Diana F+ products too much? I was thinking of purchasing the Diana F+ camera and the Diana+ 35mm back; links below. The only thing stopping me is that I have heard the Diana F+ breaks easily; is this true?
Posted on 27 March 2011 | 3:57 am