Re: Is Prince William engaged?
- From: "Sacha" <sachaH@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 9 Apr 2006 15:31:53 -0700
Have any royal or noble descents for her been found?
Such a shame if a COMPLETELY untitled woman marries the heir!
What on earth does that mean? One is either titled or not titled.
That is something else I was wondering about.
Does she have the breeding to be a suitable choice for the future Queen?
If the Queen gives her consent to such a marriage and the Prince of
Wales agrees to it and Prince William decides to elevate ANY woman to
the station of a royal consort, then yes, she is a suitable choice.
Kate Middleton is not a racehorse, nor a prize cow. She's an
intelligent young woman with enough brains to conduct herself with good
manners and discretion. Please remind yourself that when the Prince
of Wales married Lady Diana Spencer there was a great to-do over the
fact that she was the first commoner to marry a Prince of Wales in
modern times. Nonetheless, she had what you might describe as
'breeding' and look at how that turned out!
The last commoner to become a Queen Consort was Lady Elizabeth
Bowes-Lyon who did not, on the whole, do too bad a job. "Does she have
the breeding", indeed. Pah!
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