Meghan Markle Shades Kate Middleton: Actress Determined To Be The Next Princess Diana With Her Humanitarian Work

Meghan Markle Shades Kate Middleton: Actress Determined To Be The Next Princess Diana With Her Humanitarian Work

Meghan Markle is already throwing some major shade at Kate Middleton by proving that she would do a better job at following in Princess Diana’s footsteps. In fact, the Hollywood actress has opened up about her love for her humanitarian work, proving that she’s nothing like the Duchess of Cambridge, who has long been criticized for her work-allergic attitude.

Meghan – who is dating Prince Harry – opened up about her humanitarian work in her blog, The Tig, in which she talks about her recent trip to Rwanda. There, she volunteered at a refugee camp earlier this year. Explaining how much her humanitarian work means to her, Meghan wrote, “I’ve never wanted to be a lady who lunches – I’ve always wanted to be a woman who works. And this type of work is what feeds my soul, and fuels my purpose. Guiding my heart through the swinging pendulum from excess to lack of access is sometimes challenging.” She also added several photos from her trip.

It’s no surprise that Prince Harry fell madly in love with Meghan, as they easily connected with one another because of their social conscience, which is something both Prince William and Kate Middleton have especially lacked during the course of their marriage. Unlike the Duke and Duchess, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have a good chance of continuing Princess Diana’s legacy through their joint charity work.

In fact, it’s safe to even say that, unlike Kate, Meghan is more caring, compassionate, intelligent, and articulate, which will no doubt make the Duchess envious, especially if Prince Harry decides to take their relationship to the next level. If the media catches on and makes more comparisons between Princess Diana and Meghan Markle, then Kate Middleton will have even more reason to be bitter.

Meghan Markle Shades Kate Middleton: Actress Determined To Be The Next Princess Diana With Her Humanitarian Work

Kate Middleton hasn’t done anything beyond what she’s been scheduled to do by Queen Elizabeth. In fact, if it were up to her, she would completely retreat out of the spotlight, as she would rather not be bothered with all of her royal obligations. But then again, things might change, especially if Prince Harry and Meghan Markle begin making public appearances in places like refugee camps in Africa together, leaving Kate completely jealous of all the attention they’ll receive.

Do you agree? Let us know and of course, check back with CDL for all the latest news on Meghan Markle.

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86 responses to “Meghan Markle Shades Kate Middleton: Actress Determined To Be The Next Princess Diana With Her Humanitarian Work”

  1. Sigi says:

    The kids she and Harry would have I’m sorry but they’d be fugly kids. Her coloring and Harry’s are at odds. Reminds me of the swarthy un-English-rose Middletrash girls.

    • Juliette says:

      LOL!!!

      • Sigi says:

        Yeah, poor little Charlotte is an example should be a warning to Harry not to reproduce with a swarthy woman. Poor monkey-looking child. {Meant “simian” as you once said, and nothing more ! Facial features. Watch some troll try to make more out of this than was meant !}. Ha, for that matter Charlotte and George don’t even resemble each other.

        • Juliette says:

          Poor little Charlotte looks very much like Kate as a child, unfortunately. No, George and Charlotte are hardly two peas in a pod.
          I’m sure Meghan is lovely, philanthropic and delightful, but are there no suitable aristocratic English/British roses left? Racist? Yes, quite possibly.

          • Sigi says:

            Kate looked retarded as a baby, Charlotte looks moon-faced and simian. Scary. Right ? Charlotte and George don’t even look related.
            I agree, if anyone is going to marry Harry how about an ENGLISH WOMAN ? Gee what a concept ?!
            You know people are just tired of all the “mixing” and it’s not always just “racist”, there’s a point being made. Lets say the populations get watered down a ton {like they actually are being}, what happens to the original culture ? For instance I was was horrified to learn Ireland has a “Chinatown”.Why didn’t they just stay in China ? WTF, makes no sense. And what is “English” if it’s 3 or 4 different mixed races ?!
            I do like different cultures. But I like them being/staying as their own cultures ! Meaning all of us. More interesting, more true and stays historic that way.

          • Juliette says:

            I know; I agree. I’ve had it with all the PC bullsh@t.

          • Sigi says:

            Yes. I know, and people ought to be able to express how they feel and why. It’s really not a “bad” thing as long as it’s not true “hatred”.

          • Juliette says:

            Right – it has nothing to do with “hating” anyone. I spent a month in Japan six years ago. What I loved was being in a completely different culture with people who were very different to anglo-celtic/saxons. If a substantial number of Japan’s population was the same as Australia, there would be no difference and no point in travelling to experience something “new”. That’s the point I mean. (loved Japan)

          • Sigi says:

            Cool. Exactly. That’s it entirely, great post. What’s the point if countries have no borders,no national identity and no individualism ? Right,Japan is basically a very nice culture – I used to have a “snail mail” Japanese pen pal. He and his wife were charming.

          • Juliette says:

            I also found Ireland very homogeneous as well – it has a very specific culture with which I felt very comfortable. Scotland – similar – but I did have a problem understanding the accent. Beautiful country. On the bucket list, I have the southern states of U.S. esp. Virginia (re maternal grandparents), Mississippi – all over the South really – been fascinated by it for many years.

          • Sigi says:

            Oh just SHUT UP !!!!!!!!!!!!!! I’m so fucking jealous right now I could throw things. I’d die if I could could just go there. And Scotland as well. Every inch of Scotland, including the outer isles. But I plan to, thing is I just can’t right now,
            :(
            I have ancestors from England and Ireland. Mainly Dutch/German but also a few other places.
            The southern states in the USA yes are incredible. A relative of mine was in South Carolina for a while and enjoyed living there. That was a few decades ago. Not long after getting married {when I was younger}, I realized we had the finances for some HISTORIC places back there…one property I found had a watermill on it too {!!!!!!}. OLD places, CHARMING places. But my {now ex} wasn’t so interested, and his line of work wouldn’t have benefited from those older and smaller places. Was so pissed off for a while –
            I have famous ancestors that were highly involved in certain parts of U.S. history. So I feel it.

          • Juliette says:

            LOL!!! Sorry!! It was 23 years ago, so I’m not sure how much it’s changed. I missed out on Wales and have since found out we also had family from three. Sister has been compiling ancestry for past two years. Quite a few “convicts” were transported from England and Ireland. One very sad story: a 30 year-old female relative, residing in Knightsbridge with ten year-old daughter was transported, in 1840s, for stealing one lute string; no record of what became of the child. Sister has pieced together her history – quite tragic. Much of father’s side appears to have been part of the judiciary and law enforcement.
            I’ll delete this bit: So very glad you mentioned famous ancestors in that particular history. I’ve been picking that up extremely strongly for ages but was hesitant and didn’t want to pry. Good to know this old chick still scores a hit every now and then.
            Re Scotland – I always think if you’ve wanted something badly enough for a while, somehow it just happens – that’s been my experience and observation.

          • Sigi says:

            I don’t care ! 23 years ago or what ! I could die of jealousy. When I was married {long marriage too}
            I could have afforded that sort of travel….but was protective of my children. Thought “don’t put them on long plane flights”. I missed out on New York too {although when they were older my kids did go there}. Yes never hesitate just do something {!!!!!!!}. I was a bit of an idiot. Now things are more jacked up,expensive and DIFFICULT {like all the harassment you get at airports}.
            ——–Sad about that ancestry you mentioned. Yes I was aware, Australia received a lot of “criminals” {!!! not all so bad,obviously} from England.
            I had a relative who was into genealogy and I ended up with his papers after he passed on, I too am interested in all that. And yes I have very prominent ancestors, {not just one}. I’m not sure – you really picked that up on your own,? it wasn’t something I said in the past elsewhere and under any old aliases I used to have ?
            Well, your chart is truly psychic {I’ll delete this too} so OK, I really could believe it.
            Yes you see the reason why a focus often ends up happening is that often psychics “bring it on” by simply having it on the radar, whether they mean to or not – as long as they’re often or strongly thinking of something. For instance I had a German pen pal {snail mail by the way}, and I wanted a certain book to mail to her. I think this was shortly before the internet too, or else I’d have gone straight to Ebay or Amazon. So anyway – decided to go to an antiques store. Guess what I found casually laying on a table there ? A copy of the book. And this wasn’t really an “antique”, it was used and they were selling it. As you must know, your intuition will bring you to it. It’s also a caution.

          • Juliette says:

            It seems the female ancestor was mistress of someone of significance with whom she had an illegitimate child who fell on hard times. We presume the b@stars dumped her. She was obviously well educated for the time – a lute string isn’t something a servant would steal. Very sad that it appears the child was left behind when she was transported.
            I’ll delete this when you receive it. Yes, disappointing about Scotland. I made a very deliberate choice early on that I wouldn’t marry and definitely wouldn’t have children. Longest relationship was eight years and there were “three of us” in it. You understand what I’m alluding to.
            No, you’ve never mentioned your ancestors at all. You mentioned you had children, but I didn’t know if you were married. I sort of alluded to your history once when I wondered if you had a famous name. The feeling of being connected to a “high-born” background has been coming through very strongly for quite a while. I’m being completely honest. I also like receiving confirmation that I’m not simply “guessing” at info. I feel quite relieved, actually. Difficult to feel something so strongly and feel it not appropriate to ask. Well, your history sounds like it must be a really lovely one to have – congratulations. No-one famous (that I’m aware of) in my tree.

          • Sigi says:

            Oh my God, your ancestors child was left behind ? That must have driven her crazy. How horrible. Right, what uneducated person wants a lute string ?! And maybe she didn’t actually steal it. Maybe someone was causing trouble for her.
            Yes my English side is related to more {famous} names and some through, ahem, “illegitimate” factors….!
            :)
            When I was very young, too young to really care about marriage I decided a similar thing, “no children” was what I thought. It felt right. But instead I did have children {it can be HELL when the world starts in on them too, your every fiber is either fried or ready to declare war on anyone who even looks sideways at your children………}. It was HELL in many ways but I noticed, I felt someone was “missing” before they were born. All fears, both emotional and physical were . I also knew correctly whether I was having boy or girl babies when I was expecting. But I don’t recommend it unless it’s like that, where your soul won’t leave you alone unless they’re born. It sucks the life out of you in so many ways.
            —Oh wow – three people. I’m sorry about THAT. No one deserves that, !!!—
            Yes it’s true – my family tree is famous in more than one country. But am I filthy rich with a private jet ? LOL ! HARDLY. But you know even though it all doesn’t really matter it is fun and , I guess it’s a thrill. Especially when I found out THEY also had interactions with well born people from Europe and exciting times like the French Revolution {!!!!!!}. I mean, it’s almost upsetting to me. Compared to MY life , my ancestors were amazing. So, ?, it’s kind of depressing too ! LOL !

          • Juliette says:

            LOL!! Funny! Still you have their blood and I would also imagine there’s a feeling of solidness, a foundation, in knowing you have such a history. I think it must be terrific to know your ancestors made significant contributions historically . (H/ache tablets now).

          • Sigi says:

            Yes, it is like that I guess. I’ll bet if you kept researching you’d find you’ve got something similar. It’s not that uncommon to be related to historic people, or ancient royalty {I’m not a huge fan of royalty but think it’s interesting in a historic way}, or some other famous type. It’s really uncommon. And anyway, not every person who deserved fame actually gets it {think about that}.
            Good luck with the headache ! {m on medicine for one too right now}.

          • Juliette says:

            I think I’m stabbing in the dark here (migraine). I don’t want to know any details, but is there an ancestor who may also be an ancestor to a person you and I have chatted about. Just confirmation or denial – I think my wiring’s a bit loose at the moment.

          • Sigi says:

            ? OK, I’m tired too with a headache LOL ! I’d have to go back over what we were saying. And I’m running back and forth from TV to computer during most commercials.

          • Juliette says:

            OK, best if we call it a day/night? I’ll delete my personal stuff, which you have, and you delete yours. Best not to continue when we’re both in pain. Take something for the pain andrelax. Rest well and I’ll catch you soon :).

          • Sigi says:

            LOL, OK see you later. Not sure who you were asking if I was related to though, I guess I can’t remember enough of what we discussed. As far as I know I’m not related to Diana though ! although genealogy matters are not complete {you never know !}.

          • Juliette says:

            OK -Ciao :)

          • Juliette says:

            If it’s true that we’re ALL descended from seven tribes (and I think there are a few that can be cancelled out), then following that theory, I suppose many of us are related world-wide.

          • Juliette says:

            That’s one reason why I don’t like delving into the past – some of the stories can be tragic and we’ve also come across a male relative whose life was a complete fabrication. Sometimes, it’s best not to stir up the “ghosts of the past”. My sister hasn’t been affected by any info that’s come up, but some has stayed with me.

          • Juliette says:

            Actually, I hadn’t thought of that. Perhaps someone wanted her off the scene and contrived a conviction. The records show she supposedly stole the string from a named shop in Knightsbridge. I wonder if the little girl ended up in a workhouse – too sad.

          • Sigi says:

            P.S. In the past you did once mention a well known family, plus something about me being a “humanitarian” and were referring to a feeling you had.

          • Juliette says:

            Yes, I recall mentioning that. As I mentioned, it’s simply a huge relief to have confirmation.

          • Juliette says:

            That’s absolutely fascinating – always enjoy hearing about the experiences of others – not something you can chat to just anyone about. My experience is that there’s a second self around me – hard to explain. I had experiences at a very early age – prior to going to school. Then when I started school, they stopped for a while. When children are expected to start using the rational brain, it can inhibit them; fortunately it returned when I was about nine.(I need to take h/ ache pills – vision on left side is starting to go. If you’re gone by the time I come back – about 1/2 hour – I’ll delete any personal info the trolls could enjoy)

          • Sigi says:

            Thanks. I wish I could give more detail but I tend not to just for privacy.
            Your experience is ? It’s probably me but did you transition from genealogy to to…? that memory you’re talking about ?
            What does two mean to you then ?
            I’m fine with spooky stuff, life is mysterious that’s for sure. Did you mean like a doppelganger ?

          • Juliette says:

            Geez the trolls will have a ball if they see this. I’ve had quite a few out of body experiences. When I’ve been asleep, the ethereal form has left the physical, has walked around and eventually settled back into the physical. Again, this was a few years ago when I was heavily into TM.
            Sorry, this migraine’s causing problems. The memory I’m talking about? Did the genealogy lead to? The memories I had as a little girl or relating to you? Or did I answer it above.? I completely respect your privacy; do you want to ask me the question from another board, at another time, because I’m drawing a blank and becoming slightly confused.

          • Sigi says:

            I can’t confirm or deny if I’d had similar experiences,
            :)
            But probably I have.
            You went from genealogy to a sentence that went “In my experience…” and on to the childhood and other experiences so it confused me {the way it segued}.

          • Juliette says:

            OK – I’ll read it later and see if I can make sense out of it.

          • Sigi says:

            That was interesting about the “two”,
            !

          • Juliette says:

            Don’t worry about the privacy thing: I get it :)

        • Elizabeth Connell says:

          LOL monkey looking child, thats a good one

          • Sigi says:

            After Juliette said “simian” I looked closer and realized she’d nailed it. And of course that’s another way of saying “looks like a monkey” so the credit goes to Juliette,
            :)

  2. Elizabeth Connell says:

    She doesn’t look attractive, and its my opinion

  3. Juliette says:

    Hi P. It’s Juliette (real name) aka “Ladyhawke”. I like to use both – plus I like both the avatars – yes, I’m THAT superficial. I did have an avatar of Kurt Cobain (I’m involved in a movement to have the case re-opened), but I think Sigi was the only person who knew the identity of photo.

  4. Juliette says:

    Hi P.! Actually, I know very little about Meghan; only what’s been written about her here (and here’s not always reliable). Hadn’t heard of her before, I’ve not seen the series she’s in and when I first saw her photo, I just assumed she was British. I missed the bit about being divorced – sometimes my eyes glaze over when I attempt to read a full article and I “lose” a few seconds. Yes, the divorce could be an issue, however, Chuck and the Rottie set a bit of a precedent in the divorce area. Be mildly interesting to see if/how the relationship develops.
    ALWAYS love Sigi’s candour!
    :)

    • Sigi says:

      LOL hell yes I forgot that too, CHUCK and CAMZILLA. Aside from Waity the Baboon. Markle looks like a prize compared to all that –
      :)

      • Juliette says:

        Yes, just visualizing the other four numbnuts and I think Harry and Meghan would be a bit of an upgrade. Something/someone of interest/substance needs to be injected into that ridiculous family.

        • Sigi says:

          Yeah. She might not be an “English Rose” like Diana, and Megan is dumb enough to copy Waity’s nude high heels,has a definite “not so bright bimbo vibe” as well….but with the RF you do need to “think positively”. So on the plus side Megan at least had a had a job, has not shown her bare parts in public {?}, has not been a public drunk {or, ? I haven’t investigated that really} the way Waity was…hasn’t been shamelessly chasing Harry that I know of….

          • Juliette says:

            She definitely seems to have a work ethic, which is a plus. I just think once the Queen goes, the firm will begin disintegrating faster under the incapable hands of Chuck and Camilla, and anything/one with a minimum of smarts would be useful.
            I do wonder where all the eligible aristocrats have gone – you know, the English rose of the week in “Country Life” magazine – an “Arabella” or “Lucinda”, daughter of “Lord and Lady Wobblebottom”? Slim pickings in what’s left of the British aristocracy, so it seems.

          • Sigi says:

            LOL, “Wobblebottom” – !!!!!
            Yes well, all those aristocrats were hardly better than anyone else anyway as we know. Megan kind of irritates me on sight, but I agree so far she’s not as pathetic as Kate the Ass Monkey.

          • Juliette says:

            There’s a photo of Meghan (either on these boards or on one of the Google pop-ups) where she’s going for a “sexy” look – very low-cut v-necked dress exposing an over-abundance of cleavage (I’m thinking boob-job) and she does look quite tarty (in that photo) – not flattering at all.

          • Sigi says:

            Oh , bleah. The problem is these semi-women are just depressing when they can’t pull it off. Diana wore some startling things too, but the difference was she had character, she was definitely a “woman” not a “girl” and her figure was great enough no one doubted her when she showed it off. But these little twits like Megan – !
            Not convincing at all. And Waity, so low class it’s only obnoxious when she wears something “racy”.

          • Juliette says:

            Yes, even when Diana first arrived on the scene, she had something very special that set her apart. Recall that fabulous black dress that pushed the Rottweiler’s 50th birthday party off the front pages? She looked amazing. She was the whole package. Plus you obviously know how psychic she was, which made her in so sensitive to others.

          • Sigi says:

            Yes Diana had “it”, charm and charisma and everything else. Oh yes the black gown. She was naughty,LOL. She was blushing like crazy but obviously enjoyed being a glamorous lady for her Prince. I think she wore it more for Charles than anything. To impress him.
            Yes her 8th house was loaded with planets. She was psychic. But often psychics aren’t psychic about themselves and if they are they don’t always know their whole future. Unfortunately.

          • Juliette says:

            One thing. Do you recall the televised interview where she stated she didn’t see herself being Princess of Wales for more than sixteen years – which took her to the age of 36? I’ll see if I can find it on YouTube during the next few days.
            Ciao.

          • Sigi says:

            No – are you serious ?!

          • Juliette says:

            Oh sorry, I thought we’d wound it up. Yes, most definitely serious. It stunned me because it was 16 years till she died. I thought it it was a televised interview, but I don’t recall her giving any solo interviews around the age of 20. I’ll check out Morton’s book, and I believe the full Panorama interview is on YouTube. Also could be in “The Diana Tapes” on YouTube. Definitely didn’t imagine it because I recalled her statement after her death. It was quite extraordinary.

          • Sigi says:

            We did end the talk, I forget that some people have what, an alert they hear on their phone {?}. I don’t do that. So if I stop back for a few minutes on the computer I never remember the other person might get alerted. Not sure how you get an alert on a phone from a site like this ? Hmm. A text maybe, but from a reply on a chat site ?
            OK yes, if Diana really said that , wow. She sounds like she had “prophetic speech” which is a lot like precognition, or maybe just another form of it.

          • Juliette says:

            I set the phone for alerts -it just goes “ding-ding” – oh dear, that made me seem a bit simple, didn’t it?
            Well, I recall telling my sister about it after Diana died and what she’d said, and she was gobsmacked as well. I have a strong feeling if it’s not in Morton’s book, it was during the Panorama interview. I’m paraphrasing: “I can’t see myself being Princess of Wales [for anymore than]16 years.”
            She was into all things esoteric. One of her naturopaths (she was also a bit more) was a Sydney woman who used to send her supplies. On her last visit her in 96, there was a photo of Diana with the naturopath in her Sydney clinic.

          • Sigi says:

            LOL – OK I had no idea that online comments can create phone alerts if you want that.
            Yes Naturopaths are really valuable. They’re stunning – I like Glidden and Wallach too.

          • Juliette says:

            Yes, I meant to mention that I’ve found those videos and put them on my YouTube list to view.
            My mind’s been racing non-stop for the last hour – things are coming up – I’ve written them down and I’ll sit with them for a few weeks. Best to wait until they “stick around”.

          • Sigi says:

            Oh interesting. Things about just various stuff in general ? {writing down}?

          • Juliette says:

            Ah, no – fairly specific – which is why I’ll sit with them for a while to get a feel if they’re credible. It’s come out as ancestory and I’d like to feel comfortable that I’m not simply poking at the air. So far: it’s high office or the equivalent in the public mind, drawing a great deal of public esteem and social justice for a particular group (I’m not prepared to say “civil rights”, but I’m stuck on it). I’ll sit on the rest, until it starts gnawing at me. No need for invasion of anyone’s privacy. :)

          • Sigi says:

            P.S. I agree. The photos of Merkle were indeed airbrushed.

          • Juliette says:

            Yes, absolutely. Also, the original photos of Kate from “Country Life” have been fiddled with. I bought that particular copy and all I knew at the time was that she was William’s girlfriend (it was around ten years ago), and I was immediately struck by her thighs. I think the photgrapher should have been given a clip around the ears for shooting her from such an unflattering angle, but she looked very chunky from the waist down; the skirt was so tight it was straining across the front. Literally, her thighs were the first area I looked at. The same photos that are online now have been airbrushed considerably.

          • Sigi says:

            Oh man I really should give it a rest I guess. I thought you mean Markle {at first} !

          • Juliette says:

            Doesn’t matter – I’ve taken more migraine pills and I’m really not with it – at all. Catch you later?
            :)

  5. Sigi says:

    Aha ! {And thanks for the compliment}. So Markle is divorced.
    Well though, if the RF can accept Waity’s hideously trashy,pointless, wasted party-girl/flasher/public drunk/lap dancing/stripping/ ignorant past and even her recent ass flashing/laziness/stupid awkward self then they ought to have no trouble with Markle !!!

  6. Sigi says:

    Hi Pennie !!!!!!
    :)
    Nice to see you again.
    YES I DID NOTICE. I thought oh for CHRISTS SAKE….Markle is copying that flaming ass flasher ? Like , why ???
    Proves my feeling though that Markle didn’t impress me as a “genius”.
    As far as Diana goes, yes she set the bar. You’re right, WHY compare two pathetic nitwits like Waity and Markle to a WOMAN like Diana ?! Good grief, like you said one nitwit is now copying the other !!! It’s hilarious ! Markle wants Waity’s ugly nude shoes ! Reject !!! LMAO ! 50-50 Markle does wear wedges.

  7. Sigi says:

    Love the way you put that. Waity dug in like a tick on a dog for that spotlight and in that spot light kept showing the entire world her ugly bare private parts. But she wants PRIVACY. Oh. THAT makes sense !
    ???? LOL.

  8. Sigi says:

    You’re right it won’t be hard to leave Waity in the dust.

  9. Sigi says:

    REFINED ???? LOL !!!!!!!!!!!! You have NO IDEA.

  10. Sigi says:

    I lost the place in the thread that related to your comment – sorry !
    I have a bit of a headache too. I can say, there are SO many “hangover” photos of Kate it’s ridiculous. Not only was she a public drunk, photos online as proof, but there are just as many or more “hangover” photos. Bloated,f-ed up looking,hung-over, bleary – she was/is such a dissolute SLOB.

    • Juliette says:

      Snap! I have h/ache as well. Pennie may (not sure) be referring to that childhood photo of Kate where she’s looking not quite “the full quid”. I recall her eyes looking very peculiar – she appeared to be a “special needs” little person.

  11. Juliette says:

    It suits, doesn’t it?

  12. Sigi says:

    LOL ! Angela Merkel ! Yikes.

  13. Sigi says:

    ha ha ha ha ha ha ha !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  14. […] world adored Princess Diana. Kate Middleton wants people to love her in the same way, but she doesn’t want to put in the hard work. […]

  15. Juliette says:

    Sorry about any physical damage P.!

  16. Juliette says:

    Nooo – it takes a VERY high level of stupidity to bag a prince.

  17. Juliette says:

    Or eats with the corgis :)

  18. Juliette says:

    HA!! HA!! Sshh…don’t want to wake them…

  19. Juliette says:

    So, I’ve heard. Grandparents came from Virginia, so it would be interesting to dig a bit. The South has always fascinated me.

  20. Juliette says:

    You just got it – a “fame grabber”.

  21. Juliette says:

    LOL!! Imagine how Diana felt – no wonder she couldn’t keep her food down. He’s always had those fat sausage fingers – yuck! imagine those coming at you!!

  22. Juliette says:

    Oh well done P! So glad someone else remembers it. It bothers me that I don’t recall the interview in which she said that. I’ve had a look at transcript from ” Panorama” interview – nothing there. I wonder if it was in the Andrew Morton book. Anyway, thanks for confirming .????

  23. Juliette says:

    I LOVED Deliverance, even though when I hear “Duelling Banjos” it reminds me of people who are a little bit slow.
    A few friends have been to the South and apart from the food, they mentioned the friendly hospitality and how well- mannered people were. Anyway, I hope to get there one day before I cark it.

  24. Juliette says:

    Excellent P.! As mentioned, I’ve checked the transcript of the “Panorama” interview and her statement isn’t in that. I think you’re right: it’s probably in the Morton book. Thanks :)