Fixed it for youBefore we all get too mawkish and pious about the tragedy of miscarriage, let's not forget the essential truth about miscarriages that one foetus's misfortune is generally another foetus's opportunity.
I'm sad for my mum that she had two miscarriages but, personally speaking, unless she was planning to have five kids, they were in
Did Kate have a particular child in mind when she said this?The BBC is currently reporting the Duchess of Cambridge's comments calling for greater action to protect children in their 'crucial early years' saying how difficult experiences in early childhood are often the root cause of key social challenges such as poor mental health, family breakdown, addiction and homelessness.
Standby for another upstaging attempt from Me Me Megain.
Wasn't that an irresponsible white bloke though? An opportunity for a well balanced WOC to make a headline grabbing point.OMG! Daily Wail has a calendar with Kate and her cute babies in it, Meghan will be FURIOUS!!!!! How can she get her kid in the papers? How about a picture of her dangling him over a balcony?! Oh no, been done.
Had a mate once who drove her after her aircraft was diverted in to his airfield.Di played the media like a Stradivarius, and they loved it. And why wouldn't they? Her nickname on Fleet Street was "the Princess of Sales". Nothing boosted circulation like Di on the cover.
The Sun and Star 'newspapers' ? That's it, she's dead to me.....oh, hang on..Had a mate once who drove her after her aircraft was diverted in to his airfield.
Her P.A. asked for copies of all the newspapers as they sat in the back checking all the stories about Dianna.
Anything negative was ripped out and the p.a kept them
She knew how to play the media as well as anyone.
I also heard similar from a lad at RAF Northolt if she used the Royal flight most Royals had the serious papers the Times etc she had everything the Sun and Star included.
Apparently in the glory days of the super soaraway Sun, Kelvin MacKenzie insisted on a royal story (usually Di-related) on every Monday front page as it was the hardest front page to fill. Bugger-all having normally happened on Sunday.I also heard similar from a lad at RAF Northolt if she used the Royal flight most Royals had the serious papers the Times etc she had everything the Sun and Star included.
No but there was some suggestion that red hair may be an endangered colour. In reality it's comparatively uncommon, outside of more Northern latitudes and is becoming proportionately more rare. Birth rates predominate amongst populations in warmer regions, where red hair is extremely rare, if present at all.Is a ginger technically a person of colour anyway