With the issue of did they ask HMQ permission to use Lilibet it occurred to me that maybe Harry intended to and then bottled it, followed by bottling telling SWMBO saying that he had, or sort of had.Ah, the joys of living language - 'ifspring' and 'mythcarriage'
As to names - Fergie may be a loose cannon but at least she has manners:
Beatrice was Victoria's fifth and youngest daughter who was kept by her side, only marrying as her husband agreed to live with in Victoria's household
Eugenie was Victoria's grand-daughter through Beatrice and her husband Prince Henry of Battenburg.
Beatrice had mentioned she would like to name her first daughter Lily - as a deferred compliment to her grand mother's pet name. That's where Mrs Sussex got that idea from. All her ideas are
stole- heavily derivative.
There is no birth recorded for a Lilibet Diana in the expected cachement areas - but there is a Diana Mary.......despite the brothers allegedly agreeing that neither would directly first-name a child after their mother. Having read discussion eslewhere, who is and isn't named on a birth certificate in California is a whole other area of interest.
Edited for fat-fingery
A man who gave the Taliban a Paddington Hard Stare has no problem seeing off the likes of Meghan.With the issue of did they ask HMQ permission to use Lilibet it occurred to me that maybe Harry intended to and then bottled it, followed by bottling telling SWMBO saying that he had, or sort of had.
That would explain it.
Or maybe they were just lying again.
Could be, one is a clownish figure of fun, with a fictionalised background, forever following the next trendy news item or film.
Puts me in mind of a Warren Zevon song (Edited for clarity)
I love this bloke, he nails it. His final asteroid comment says it all.
Apparently they want to rebrand, and aim to have Harry outgun William globally. Perhaps if they heard this video they might think again.