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Magda Hassan
05-24-2010, 01:42 PM
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/entertainment/confidential/how-sarah-fergusons-cash-deal-happened/story-e6frf96x-1225870731667 (http://www.heraldsun.com.au/entertainment/confidential/how-sarah-fergusons-cash-deal-happened/story-e6frf96x-122587073166)
Rent a Royal spokesthingy from Buckingham Brothel said "Vulgar! Vulgar! Vulgar!"
Mmmmm...indeed. Just business as usual. Perfectly respectable. :puke:

Peter Lemkin
05-24-2010, 05:56 PM
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/entertainment/confidential/how-sarah-fergusons-cash-deal-happened/story-e6frf96x-1225870731667 (http://www.heraldsun.com.au/entertainment/confidential/how-sarah-fergusons-cash-deal-happened/story-e6frf96x-122587073166)
Rent a Royal spokesthingy from Buckingham Brothel said "Vulgar! Vulgar! Vulgar!"
Mmmmm...indeed. Just business as usual. Perfectly respectable. :puke:

'Ya 'gotta luv it!!!!! They best and longest-running soap-opera ever!! :hello:
Proof that royalty are really a different and nobler breed.... :flute: :top:

Myra Bronstein
05-24-2010, 07:00 PM
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/entertainment/confidential/how-sarah-fergusons-cash-deal-happened/story-e6frf96x-1225870731667 (http://www.heraldsun.com.au/entertainment/confidential/how-sarah-fergusons-cash-deal-happened/story-e6frf96x-122587073166)
Rent a Royal spokesthingy from Buckingham Brothel said "Vulgar! Vulgar! Vulgar!"
Mmmmm...indeed. Just business as usual. Perfectly respectable. :puke:

This is the funniest thing ever to happen, ever.
Busted!
We are amused.

Sorta wonder if the royals tipped off the newspaper...

Jan Klimkowski
05-24-2010, 08:59 PM
An added bellylaugh is further proof of Royal imbecility, as the undercover reporter was none other than Mr Mazher Mahmood, the so-called Fake Sheikh.

When, several years ago, I made a BBC4 film about Murdoch lovechild Rebekah Wade, I included a sequence on the Fake Sheikh and his already internationally notorious undercover exploits.

Only a complete dolt could still fall for a Brit of Pakistani origin claiming to be a filthy rich sheikh offering money for dodgy deeds.

For more on Mr Mahmood, see here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fake_sheikh

Magda Hassan
05-25-2010, 04:42 AM
Sorta wonder if the royals tipped off the newspaper...
It was someone close to Sarah apparently. Don't know the name as yet.

Magda Hassan
05-25-2010, 04:45 AM
An added bellylaugh is further proof of Royal imbecility, as the undercover reporter was none other than Mr Mazher Mahmood, the so-called Fake Sheikh.

When, several years ago, I made a BBC4 film about Murdoch lovechild Rebekah Wade, I included a sequence on the Fake Sheikh and his already internationally notorious undercover exploits.

Only a complete dolt could still fall for a Brit of Pakistani origin claiming to be a filthy rich sheikh offering money for dodgy deeds.

For more on Mr Mahmood, see here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fake_sheikh
Oh, dear....
Now, if The Firm looked after its breeders as well as Murdoch looks after his love child they wouldn't have to resort to soliciting money from strange men.

Myra Bronstein
05-25-2010, 04:51 AM
Oh, dear....
Now, if The Firm looked after its breeders as well as Murdoch looks after his love child they wouldn't have to resort to soliciting money from strange men.

They killed the wrong ex-wife. They're probably kicking themselves now. Or having one of the servants kick them.

Jan Klimkowski
05-25-2010, 04:40 PM
Oh, dear....
Now, if The Firm looked after its breeders as well as Murdoch looks after his love child they wouldn't have to resort to soliciting money from strange men.

Yes - the breeders get screwed. And that's pretty much it....

For an insight into the reality of royal life which truly resonates, the boiled egg tale is hard to beat:


Prince Charles's secret egg obsession
by GORDON RAYNER

Last updated at 20:32 23 September 2006

As the king-in-waiting, Prince Charles devotes countless hours to pondering the most important issues of the day.

And none require quite so much attention, it seems, as the issue of whether his boiled eggs are cooked to perfection.

Charles, who is particularly fond of a boiled egg after a day's hunting, is so picky that his staff cook seven eggs ranging from runny to rock hard, which the Prince tests before choosing his favourite.

The revelation is one of a series of fascinating insights into the Royal household contained in a new book by the BBC's arch inquisitor Jeremy Paxman, which is serialised in the Daily Mail next week.

Paxman says in his book, On Royalty: "Because his staff were never quite sure whether the egg would be precisely to the satisfactory hardness, a series of eggs was cooked, and laid out in an ascending row of numbers.

"If the Prince felt that number five was too runny, he could knock the top off number six or seven."

Exactly what happens to the six rejected eggs, Paxman does not divulge.

The anecdote will reinforce the Prince's reputation as an out-of-touch eccentric with an almost impossibly rarefied lifestyle.

And it is likely to lead to more questions about whether the heir to the throne really needs a private staff of 22 - including two butlers, five chefs and a valet - whose salaries are written off as a 'business expense' to lower his tax bill.

Paxman said the tale of the eggs was "one of the most extraordinary stories I came upon while researching this book".

He added: "Although it came from one of the Prince's friends, it seems so preposterously extravagant as to be unbelievable. And yet so many jaw-dropping stories have emerged of the way in which his household is run that it can sound credible."

Princess Diana's former butler Paul Burrell revealed in his memoirs four years ago that Prince Charles's valet was required to squeeze his toothpaste onto his brush and, on one occasion, to hold a specimen bottle while Charles produced a urine sample in hospital.

He also has a reputation for talking to plants and to his chickens at the Highgrove estate in Gloucestershire, and Paul Burrell also revealed Charles's habit of communicating with his staff by memo on even the most trivial subjects.

One example cited by Burrell was: "A letter from the Queen must have fallen by accident into the wastepaper basket beside the table in the library. Please look for it."Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-406550/Prince-Charless-secret-egg-obsession.html#ixzz0oxaSeK8K