Last edited by Caroline; 04-08-2005 at 07:27 AM.
Its sad people still see other people as Royalty
Last edited by Caroline; 04-08-2005 at 07:41 AM.
I agree, the ultimate anachronism in my humble common view.Originally Posted by ziggyjuarez
Originally Posted by Carolinethis is probably whyClarence House revealed that the postponement of the wedding from Friday, to avoid a clash with the Pope's funeral, meant 20 people could no longer attend the blessing.
yeahOriginally Posted by JPaul
If he's gonna marry a divorcee after having his first wife topped he's not fit to be king
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CELEBRITIES AND PERSONALITIES
Anna Valentine, designer of Mrs Parker Bowles' wedding outfit
Christopher Warren-Green, conductor
Sir David Frost, broadcaster
Edward Fox, actor, and Joanne David
Jilly Cooper, novelist
Actress Joanna Lumley has been invited
Joan Rivers, comic
Joanna Lumley, actress and ambassador for Prince's Trust
Jonathan Dimbleby, broadcaster and Charles' official biographer
Jools Holland, musician
Kenneth Branagh, actor
Lord Carey, former Archbishop of Canterbury
Martina Milburn, chief executive of the Prince's Trust since 2004
Bigboab KGB SAS FST
Lord Melvyn Bragg, broadcaster and author
Meera Syal, actor and writer
Nicholas Soames, shadow defence secretary
Paddy Campbell, fashion designer
Philip Treacy, milliner who designed Mrs Parker Bowles's wedding hat
Prunella Scales, actress
Richard E Grant, actor
Richard E Grant
Richard E Grant will be one of the celebrities attending the blessing
Robert Harris, author.
Ronald Harwood, playwright
Sanjeev Bhaskar, actor
Simon Sebag Montefiore, biographer, novelist and journalist
Sir Stephen Lamport, former private secretary of the prince
Timothy West, actor
Trudi Styler, wife of pop star Sting (the singer is not expected to attend)
Valentino Garavani, fashion designer
William Shawcross, writer and broadcaster
William Rees-Mogg, former editor of The Times
Zac Goldsmith, environmental campaigner
Staff from Clarence House, Highgrove, Birkhall and Sandringham
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It's what the Church Of England was created for dude.Originally Posted by gripper103.2