Prince Charles loves Doctor Who, who knew
Charles and Camilla went to the set of Doctor Who in Cardiff, Wales and took a tour. I am a huge Doctor Who fan. That’s something Prince Charles and I apparently have in common. Charles has been a Doctor Who fan since he was a teenager—that’s when Doctor Who first came on the air, it’s celebrating its 50th anniversary this year with a huge special in November, hence the royal visit. That’s why I’m linking this, because I love Doctor Who and am terribly envious of their visit, and it is nice to see Charles actually smile and mean it in the photos in this article. I know a lot of people don’t like Charles, but I don’t think he’s as horrible a person as he’s been made out to be. He has his faults (a lot of them), but I do think he would make a relatively good king (at least he would make a much better king than William).
There is a new article about Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie in the Daily Mail. It is all about how they have turned into really great young ladies over the last few years and are ready to take on real roles, as members of the royal family and in the real-world work force. It’s a nice piece of PR. Clearly it is designed to make them look good and make the public like them. Well, it worked for me. For now. I will have to follow them into the future and see how they handle things and see where their careers take them to see if they really are serious about being working women, but for now I will give them a chance. It seems like there are a lot of people behind the scenes that want these two to be taken seriously as royals, to no longer be the butt of jokes in the press, and to not be pushed out by Charles. Just from this one article, these two girls seem much better than Kate or William, or Harry for that matter.
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I want to take a minute and acknowledge Princess Eugenie’s new job (starting in October) at an auction house in New York. I applaud Eugenie for getting her degree in Art History and not wasting it, like Kate Middleton. Eugenie has been working in internships since she got her degree, while still taking on royal duties. Now she is set to take on a full time job at an auction house in New York this October. “‘She is determined to be a working woman with a full-time job,’ says the friend.” If this is true, and it looks like it is, then good for her. She is one of the better royals for thinking and acting like this and she deserves some credit. So credit where credit is due: Good job Eugenie! Go get ’em, girl!
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