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Most as much as the Kar Klan!Forgive if I fail to have much sympathy for a Prince who lost their mother. I'm sure he dried his tears with British banking notes. Life must have been real hard growing up in opulence after that.
These folks, the Royals, get way too much coverage.
'Bout when the $$$$ runs dry!I've been led adrift by a beautiful woman before. I get it. I predict at some point he will wake up.
Boy just dont know when to keep his gob shut!
Herein lies the problem: we as a society won't. It sells papers and books so the heat and light are on them.If we stop paying attention to these people they will fade into oblivion.
. . . disappointed in Harry's net worth or lack thereof. . . .
Wonder if Harry called Camilla a honkey, or cracker?
"Shrill, adulterous harridan"?Wonder if Harry called Camilla a honkey, or cracker?
That's the problem with marrying into old money... you have to stay on good terms with the old til they die...then you get the money. If not... casséWhat was she expecting of an individual who had a high school education and whose only "paid" employment history was 10 years in the British Army?
That's the problem with marrying into old money... you have to stay on good terms with the old til they die...then you get the money. If not... cassé
Fair point. I was speaking in generalities ofcourse.Except the red-headed child wasn't "old money". Though his late mother came from a comfortable background, basically her brother got the family assets along with the title on that side of the family; anything that was in her estate were mostly the proceeds of a divorce settlement, which, though generous, wasn't "go f*** yourself, I'm set for life in the style to which I've become accustomed" money, especially divided down to a next generation. And though there may (or may not) be some form of inheritance with a paternal passing, the passage of the majority of that wealth is predetermined; only the man who would be King (and his presumptive heir) gets that.