Saturday, November 23, 2019

Story image for royal wedding from Daily Mail

A slice of Royal history! Piece of Kate and William's wedding ...

Daily Mail-May 2, 2012
Two other slices of royal wedding cake are also set to be sold that the same auction - a piece of the Royal wedding cake from the 1981 marriage of Prince ...
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Why the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will break with royal ... 8, 2012
The Duke of Cambridge's nannies played such an important role in his life that the son of one of them, Tom Pettifer, was a page boy at the royal wedding.
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Camilla's remarkable royal transformation 22, 2012
Camilla "was seen as being the other woman in their marriage and at one point, it looked impossible that she would be integrated as a member of the Royal ...
Story image for royal wedding from ITV News

Queen told William to 'get rid of' Royal Wedding guest list

ITV News-May 22, 2012
The Duke of Cambridge has said that his grandmother the Queen told him to tear up the official guest list for his wedding to Catherine Middleton. He said that ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

Let us now consider the motto, the reverse the motto "art for Art",
the motto, basing its appeal on the spiritual welfare of obedience
social, political or humanistic instances. It reads:
"Iskusstvo for the people", or "Art for society".
I know that this formula in some cases is
solely to the intentions of the artist, inspired by noble
human goals, while his artistic potency right
way works for the good of the work; this can be in particular
the case of an artist who has set a goal to bring joy beauty
not only to privileged class but also the mass of unprivileged. This
desire meets deep needs and essential needed. But
let me in parenthesis to note that it is the best way
executed when the artist cares more about future generations and about
spiritual all-human community, rather than on the public of his time, and when
on the other hand, great works of art, once it has arisen, through
libraries, museums and modern means of communication be
available for all - for all whom society thanks to the liberal system
education is taught (or should teach) to enjoy them; but all this
the matter of society, not the artist himself. In fact, attempts to put
the creative activity at the service of the common people (common people) in
the most part failed.