Prince William Honoring Princess Diana With Prince George’s Baptism

Mon, October 21, 2013 6:15pm EST by 4 Comments
Prince William Honoring Princess Diana
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R.ten cate

Posted at 4:57 PM on October 30, 2013  

Oohh kate was eva braun inn the second world war….its..true…blind..inn her eyes if she lie…greetings..from. Ronald…kate…bye,bey,zhaichan…

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Posted at 1:45 AM on October 22, 2013  

What utter nonsense!

I am a Canadian for whom all of these facts are an everyday thing. We grow up knowing these details. Her Majesty is our Head of State.

The Royal Chapel (also known as The Queen’s Chapel) in St. James’s Palace, London is not a “cozy place” that will not allow the distant Royal Relatives to attend. To what distant Royal Relatives are you referring? Get with the programme! These people are members of the British Royal Family and do not make decisions according to private desires. They are the real deal!

The “Chapel” was built at the time of King Henry VIIl and has been the site of many Royal occasions, including the Wedding of Queen Victoria to Prince Albert, as well as the Wedding of their daughter, Princess Victoria and special religious occasions for other family members.
St. James’s Palace is actually the official residence of the Monarch although she resides at Buckingham Palace. Until recently, both Princes William and Harry lived there and it is the official residence of The Princess Royal, HRH Anne and other senior Royals (not distant ones)
St. James’s Palace is also the home of The Royal Court, The Court of St. James and the ceremonial gathering place for the Accession Council which proclaims a New Sovereign.
Very fitting location for a Baby who will one day be The King.

Yes, the body of the late Princess of Wales did rest there for a while as did the body of the late Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother. However, her body was then moved to Westminster Hall for a Lying in State – something that would never have been granted to a former HRH, Diana.\

There are centuries of Royal History in this Chapel and it would have been chosen for these reasons and nothing to do with the memory of Prince Williams’s Mother.

On a much lighter note: The Duchess of Cambridge probably visited St. James’s Palace on many evenings when Prince William lived there and the couple were dating!

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Posted at 6:57 PM on October 21, 2013  

He loves his mom, looks like his mom, and respects his mom. I think he is a perfect gentleman, just like she always wanted her sons to be. He has her peaceful side, and Harry has her wild and playful side. She would be so proud of both of her young men. I’m sure she’s blessing both of them from heaven. She would have loved Kate and Harrys pick too. They are BOTH smart men. Thank goodness neither looks like their daddy.

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Marchia Dolbow

Posted at 6:28 PM on October 21, 2013  

Oh my gosh how sweet!! Prince William & Princess Kate are doing the right thing by honouring Princess Diania this way!! They truly are the Prince & Princess of the people!! To hold a small ceremony in honour of Wills late mother proves they want to do it there way! Right On!! May love & peace always light your way!!

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