Queen Elizabeth attends Sunday service in St Mary Magdalene Church

Yesterday, on January 24th, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Princess Eugenie of York attended Sunday service in St Mary Magdalene Church in Norfolk.
Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Princess Eugenie of York attended Sunday service in St Mary Magdalene Church in Norfolk.
Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Princess Eugenie of York attended Sunday service in St Mary Magdalene Church in Norfolk.
Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Princess Eugenie of York attended Sunday service in St Mary Magdalene Church in Norfolk.
Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Princess Eugenie of York attended Sunday service in St Mary Magdalene Church in Norfolk.
Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Princess Eugenie of York attended Sunday service in St Mary Magdalene Church in Norfolk.

12 comments:

  1. How old is Prince William? He is bald, is he 45?

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    1. Bientôt 34 ans ,chauve comme tous les Windsor .

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  2. Where are those comments now about princess Eugenie, why does she not work and how she lets her grandma still work? Maybe Eugenie has even a new coat. She should not waste tax payers money like that...

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    1. It is Sunday……she visit her grandparents!
      Do you know what she is doing all the other days?

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    2. Actually my comment was sarcasm because in every single post we see Catherine or anybody else from BRH there is someone writing just those comments of Catherine, even if she is not the person at the post. As we see also in later in these messages.

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  3. The queen attends church, what an earthshaking event!

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    1. I'm not sure what is the point of your sarcasm. Are you implying that the blog owner is at fault for "wasting readers' time by publishing photos of boring events"?
      I can assure you that these pics are not boring for readers who follow the Queen and her activities. These church visits are a longstanding annual tradition for The Queen; and her followers would expect to see pics of them on most royal blogs.

      There are always events reported in royal blogs which may not be of interest to every reader. We can tell which posts are of lesser interest, because they attract fewer or no comments - and that is perfectly OK. So why not just skip over them like everyone else does? Just because you find a post to be personally uninteresting, there is no need to be rude.

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    2. I congratulate you, A24-45. Your comment is simply PERFECT. Thanks for writing my thoughts.

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    3. A24-45
      It is always a pleasure to read your comments, thank you.

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    4. Thanks for your kind words, Anons Jan 26,2016 at 7:26pm and 8:59pm.

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  4. duchess kate and prince william wouldnt be bothered going to chuch or work, what does kate do all day, this whole month shes been missing in action, hiding, and william having a pretend job instead of helping his aged great grandparents with work,

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    1. Here we got it, I was sure there would be also in this opening a message of Catherine and William. As sure as I was that no one will be here complaining that Eugenie does not work at all.

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