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Topic History of: Brilliant Queen
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Bookworm You aren't taking any crap on this subject lately JK.
Good for you.

The Royals are gracious in their traits and I often wonder if they get overwhelmed with their roles, but feel too worried to say.

They do work hard.

Becoming a parent and bonding with the child is important.
I can only speak as a mother myself. If somebody had told me I had to leave my children when they were born, I would have refused.
It is a vital time when they are so young. Royal mothers should not start working until they are happy to leave the child.
I read that Meghan was dissapointed at the thought of some royal Christmas at the palace didn't include the children. Coming from a broken home, I expect she wanted her don to be inclusive at all times especially at Christmas.
It's just a part of royal arrangements, but The Queen isn't unreasonable and I'm sure she would amend things if asked.

Sometimes I wonder the same about upper class children who are sent off to boarding school.
Do they feel a lack of love and bond with their parents?
Sure, so go on to do well in life, but that's not enough on its own. Is it?
JK2006 Nobody else could have told the media so clearly to fuck off without being at all rude. Good for her; she thoroughly approves of Harry & Meghan having as happy a life as possible, with limited involvement in Royal duties.

I almost think some media people should be tried and convicted as traitors.