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01 April 2011


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I think William is the best thing to happen to the British Monarchy since Longshanks slotted a 65 metre drop punt at Twickers circa 1230 ad.

As an Aussie I reckon he's real pukka and pretty likeable too -- humble, but not a ponce like his Dad. He's really popular down here, especially with the youngsters.

Anyway, what does his lordship think of this interesting article from my mate Spiro:



I love the Royal wedding, I think the Prince looks dashing. Technically, wedding rings are a part of the tradition, and are not required by law to be worn during weddings. If William decided not to wear a ring then it was his choice. For which he saved time going to the jewelry store, hehehe.

Very nice blog. I love your ideas - simple and back to basics . Great ideas

Brilliant blog! Love how you write

Women Wedding bands are the most precious and enduring accessories that both brides and grooms exchange on the wedding day. These bands are a symbol of commitment, affection, trust and love. Therefore, they have to be of high quality and last a lifetime. It is essential to choose wedding rings from a reputed and genuine jewelry shop, if you do not want to sacrifice the quality of the band.

Lovely blog, shame it hasn't been updated in a while.
And before you start on my spelling mistakes I'll tell you: I'm not English and English isn't my first language, I'm from across the channel, Belgium.
I hope you continue posting

I enjoy watching the royal wedding

Great post! I am so glad that Prince William has decided not to wear a wedding ring...I think a 'pinky ring' looks terribly tacky. I must agree with you, it reminds me of a creepy salesman or something. So strange! Thanks for the great blog

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