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From: "valerie bower" <>
Subject: Re: [TRIVVIES] Re: hats
Date: Mon, 11 Apr 2005 14:05:22 +1000
References: <01C53E01.29C9AF20.r_griston@dccnet.com>


I wish `em well. Chuck should have not diddled around and married her in the
beginning! I wish they would let Di rest!
Val xx

> fancy hats are worn here for special occassions, and by the odd woman
> as a fashion statement/accessory. some people just don't/can't carry
> off wearing a hat, while others look fantastic. baseball caps are the
> most common summer head gear, with hoods and wooly touques for winter.
>
> i thought camilla's civil ceremony dress was rather bland, and her hat
> was okay..but wow!!! i loved her blessing dress/over coat..the colour
> was beautiful, and the flow of the gown was incredible. the feather
> tiara was nice as long as you caught it at the right angle.
>
> i've always been a charles fan, and not much of a diana fan. although i
> do think her death was tragic and preventable. that ambulance just
> tooooooooooook to darn long to go what less than 5 kilometers..over an
> hour..pfft.
>
> but..back to chas and millie..if his uncle had not advised him to go
> sew his wild oats..he would have married camilla way back when..it's
> about time they did it...and i'm extremely irked with all the royal
> wedding reviews of chuck and di...how rude!!!
>
> ask yourself, how would you feel if you were getting married for a
> second time, and everyone you knew was watching your first marriage
> videos..very, very poor programming taste.
>
> i'm looking forward to king charles and queen camilla in about 20-25
> years...and they are going to be soooo old..those who are opposed to
> that statement..relax..coz chuck won't be king for long..his middle
> aged son william will replace him within a decade...and most of the
> furour over lady di will be long forgotten...the big royal fanfare will
> be over who william marries, and what a darling bride he has chosen..
>
> it is also important to remember the public has short memories..and
> most of us will be having so many senior moments we won't know if we
> are here and now..or visiting back then. life goes on.
> cya
> roz
>
>
> On Sunday, April 10, 2005 6:38 PM, D.Kirby [SMTP:]
> wrote:
> > It seems hats are now worn for weddings and Ascot......I love
> > hats....wish
> > they would come in again.
> >
> > Camilla I have to admit did have two nice outfits for her
> > wedding...but I
> > still cannot stand either of them and I think they deserve each other
> > and I
> > do not wish them happiness....in fact I just wish they would ride off
> > into
> > the sunset and not return....they can stay in Scotland for ever!!
> >
> > God Bless Di
> >
> > DiDi
> >
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Marlene [mailto:]
> > Sent: Monday, 11 April 2005 11:51 a.m.
> > To:
> > Subject: [TRIVVIES] Re: hats
> >
> >
> > Didn't her outfits look good ... lots of ordinary people wore hats
> > whenever they went out when I ws younger and I had some hats in
> > the fifties and .... had two nice ones that I chose for my
> > Uncle Dave's wedding a nice little one that fitted neatly over
> > the head and a bigger one, wasn't sure which one I wanted to wear
> > with the rest of my outfit also had a lovely heart shape brim one,
> > was upset over that loss ... it got left behind in Germany at
> > Moenchen-Gladbach when we left our army quarter .... we were had
> > a big worry, whilst we were doing that no2 son decided to go
> > missing and we had to get the 4pm Army boat train .
> > Now it seems these days not many seem to wear hats - there's only
> > a few you see with hats at our church or here in our residence.
> > Actually the Duchess Of Cornwall trimmed herself up nicely ... I
> > think people ought to give her a chance to prove herself, she has
> > taken far more hassle from the media and a lot of folk and taken
> > it all and said nothing than most folk would tolerate.
> > Oh for the church service ..... her head piece was a Feathered
> > head-dress covered on Gold Leaf and tipped with crystals ... her
> > favourite colours are blue and gold. It was my 53rd W. Anniv.
> > yesterday as well and I was fine until the blessing of the rings
> > because for our 50th WA we was going to have a church blessing
> > and then when he was ill we decided to have it in Oct. '99 for
> > the 50th anniv. of the day we met making it a double party with
> > Maria's 18th birthday but it wasn't to be .... still have some
> > more days to get through this month
> > L & H
> > Marlene
> >
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