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Another celebrity wedding.

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ChrisB27/11/2017 19:03:52
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Its all very nice that Harry is getting married but do we really have to have chapter and verse about how they met, what they eat and which way they brush their hair!

Two people getting married and that's that.

Months more of this carp to come I fear!

john stones 127/11/2017 19:15:05
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Only if you read or post it. wink

ChrisB27/11/2017 19:19:12
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Very good John

john stones 127/11/2017 19:22:48
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Posted by ChrisB on 27/11/2017 19:19:12:

Very good John

I agree with you Chris, not even a bank holiday this time. sad

ChrisB27/11/2017 19:25:53
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I wish them all the best, but come on, two people getting married, how unusual! Hopefully we'll get a free day off to go flying in he Spring!

John Emms 127/11/2017 19:30:14
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I must admit to having the same thoughts, then I came home to my wife who told me it is a big deal.

I was born in Yorkshire, and I am married to a person who many would consider to be a mixed race American - so, for me, it actually is a big deal!

Don Fry27/11/2017 19:31:16
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Not that important. So get thou nose to the grindstone peasant.

Former Member27/11/2017 19:33:49
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Gary Manuel27/11/2017 19:36:06
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Funny you should bring this up. I just said to my missus that I'm fed up of it already.

A couple are getting married - not exactly worthy of dominating the news for the next six months is it?

Don Fry27/11/2017 21:04:37
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Posted by Gary Manuel on 27/11/2017 19:36:06:

Funny you should bring this up. I just said to my missus that I'm fed up of it already.

A couple are getting married - not exactly worthy of dominating the news for the next six months is it?

Don Fry27/11/2017 21:06:22
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I do love a man who keeps his idealism. I would point out the lady is not yet pregnant. The journos have years running with this story.

Robin Colbourne27/11/2017 22:03:59
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Look on the bright side; on the day of the wedding, most of the population will be glued to their TVs, so you can go and do stuff where the crowds are not (fly in the local sports field or whatever). Also all those foreign correspondents over here for here for the lead-up and the event itself will be filling our hotels, restaurants and, in turn, the country's coffers.

I do find the idea of a family that bestows titles and awards on each other all a bit bizarre, but the general idea of the country having a figurehead who isn't a snout in the trough politician has a definite advantage.

Edited By Robin Colbourne on 27/11/2017 22:12:57

Ron Gray27/11/2017 22:09:12
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Beats more Brexit 'news' though.

FilmBuff27/11/2017 22:13:00
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Goodness me! More grumpiness from the forumites!

J D 827/11/2017 22:20:15
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It is on days like this the politicians sneak through rule changes,policy changes ect.

G194027/11/2017 22:22:34
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Posted by Don Fry on 27/11/2017 21:06:22:

I do love a man who keeps his idealism. I would point out the lady is not yet pregnant. The journos have years running with this story.

How do you know? Inside knowledge? surprise

I'm really pleased for them but then I would be really pleased for any couple who are getting married especially if I don't have to attend the ceremony. Anyway, weddings aren't all that important but marriages are and they are a big deal for me.

Sadly, I'm of an age where funerals are considerably more common than weddings.

Geoff

Peter Christy27/11/2017 23:29:20
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Posted by Geoff Sleath on 27/11/2017 22:22:34adly, I'm of an age where funerals are considerably more common than weddings.

Geoff

Sadly, you're not alone! Its bad enough when acquaintances older than you keel over, but when friends and colleagues *younger* than you start dropping, it is something of a wake-up call!

Good luck to 'em, sez I, but did we really need wall to wall coverage of it? Still, I suppose you could say it makes a change to have a "good news" story for once.....

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Pete

Tom Thomas27/11/2017 23:51:35
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Can't stand the "royals" full stop.

It'll be a baby next..... dont know

G194028/11/2017 00:28:09
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I haven't got anything against any of them myself as people. None of them asked to be where they are. It's the institution itself I don't like much.

Geoff

Peter Jenkins28/11/2017 00:41:07
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Posted by Tom Thomas on 27/11/2017 23:51:35:

Can't stand the "royals" full stop.

It'll be a baby next..... dont know

I take it you prefer an elected head of state? Trump? He was elected!

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