Friday, 5 October 2018

The Sussexs visit beautiful Sussex.



I had hoped to give the guided tour myself, but I was in France and had to leave it to others.

I had also hoped to post a photo of Harry and Meghan standing outside the Brighton Pavilion, but no-one seems to have thought of taking such a picture.


So here are two separate pictures; one of the happy couple, and one of the Brighton Pavilion. Just imagine, if you can, that the one is superimposed on the other. Thank you.

p.s. After their visit, they might be looking for a suitable Brighton home, like George IV; I'll let you know!



13 comments:

  1. Great Friday post !
    Maybe they need to meet you !

    cheers, parsnip and badger

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    1. Harry did shake hands, and had a word with a friend of ours, so that was good!

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    1. I think they're also bored with bending down, and trying to find something nice to say to children. It must be a nightmare.

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  3. I think the bigger news was that they're getting a puppy. Really changed my life.

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    1. A black Lab'; who I believe is NOT called Oz.

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  4. Apparently they are catching the number 1 tram to South Melbourne Beach here in my town. I will swoon as I compose a blog post about the evils of inherited privilege, comrade.

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    1. I don't think SHE had any inherited privilege; just an eye for a good catch. Personally I have nothing against some people being higher-born than others; it doesn't bother me.

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  5. They seem like a nice couple and are always smiling with each other.

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    1. I think the young royals are doing a reasonably good job. Long may it last!

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  6. I like the young royals too Cro. They are so much more 'of the people' than the previous generation. I think this is in large part the job done by their Dad, Prince Charles - often sadly much maligned and in my opinion uncalled for.

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    1. Both Kate and Meghan are very popular, but I think they should try to remain a bit more 'exclusive', and not go down the Diana and Fergie route of appearing in TV game shows etc; which I'm sure they won't. I have always liked Charles, and think his adherence to bio gardening etc are an example to us all. His detractors are mostly small minded people, who really are unimportant.

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