According to reports made by the Daily Mail, Queen Elizabeth II will not be traveling to South African for the memorial/funeral of former South African President, Nelson Mandela. Instead, the Prince of Wales, Prince Charles will be representing her in South Africa.
Queen Elizabeth II will however pay tribute to Mr. Mandela inn at a service at Westminster Abbey, this Sunday. This is the first time a service for a non-British person will be held at the Abbey.
According to reports by The People, Queen Elizabeth II had talked to Mr. Mandela about the service as far back as June of this year. And had made regular calls to Mr. Mandela since he had recently become sick.
Prince Charles meets with emergency services workers and survivors at the Clutha Bar Helicopter crash sight on the Glasgow Clydside yesteday. Glasgow’s Clutha pub was destroyed when a police helicopter crashed on to the roof on November 29, claiming the lives of nine people, Robert Jenkins 61, Mark O’Prey 44, Colin Gibson 33, John McGarrigle 57, Samuel McGhee 56, Gary Arthur 48, David Traill 51 and PCs Kirsty Nelis 36, and Tony Collins 43.
LONDON (AP) — Organizers of an Antarctic charity race involving Prince Harry said Saturday they are suspending its competitive element because of harsh conditions, but plan to continue the journey to the South Pole.
The Queen was deeply saddened to learn of the death of Nelson Mandela last night. He worked tirelessly for the good of his country, and his legacy is the peaceful South Africa we see today.
Her Majesty remembers with great warmth her meetings with Mr. Mandela and sends her sincere condolences to his family and the people of South Africa at this very sad time.”
Not sure if anyone was wondering where the Duchess of Cambridge got her necklace from, well its from non other than Zara.
I’m actually going to go buy it! And I think I might buy a second one and maybe do a giveaway since I’ve been thinking of doing one.
The Duchess of Windsor’s flamingo brooch is among the many Cartier jewels on display in Cartier biggest exhibition. The brooch was created by Jeanne Toussaint, Toussaint became director of Cartier’s luxury jewellery department in 1933. In a career spanning the decades, she designed and created some of the world’s most exquisite pieces of jewellery. The brooch was made with platinum gold, brilliant-cut diamonds, calibré-cut emeralds, sapphires, rubies and one citrine.
Cartier Style and History will be at the Grand Palais from 4 December 2013 - 16 February 2014
I wonder if she finds him sexy like most ladies and fellas do?