Just to let you know, this blog is not operated by one person only. There are 2 people who operated behind this blog. Here are some clues to answered your confusion:
-LTR initial means LadyTudorRose and SA means SarahAkashiro
-If you ask a question, look at the answers. If it’s formal and well-formed, it was from LadyTudorRose. If it has a sometimes smiley face or a little bit of a childish talk or a little bit of wrong grammar, that was SarahAkashiro
-English was LadyTudorRose 1st language so she’s very good and well-formed in every grammar. But English isn’t SarahAkashiro 1st language so the way I talked was a little bit…childish…
I hope you people understand the differences. And I hope you’ll enjoy the Vintage-Royalty blog
That’s Sarah. She’s submitted a lot of pictures so I added her so she can post what she likes. She has some amazing stuff and loves the royals. She’s found a lot of pictures I didn’t even know about. She’s younger than me and English isn’t her first language so she doesn’t write the same way.
One of my favorite Diana stories is about a time she met a young woman dressed in ‘80’s punk clothes, complete with dyed hair and leather boots. The girl told Diana her mother had thought she was dressed inappropiately, but Diana told her she should wear what she likes.
One of my favorite stories about Will and Kate is about a young girl with cancer who wrote Kate about how much she’d like to meet her and how the royal wedding inspired her. When they came to Canada she got to meet them and hug Kate.
I also love the story of the young girl who told Kate she thought William and handsome. “I think that too.” Kate said.
Another good story is about how after the Coronation when the Queen came out with her crown. Philip asked her where she got that hat.
If I get out my royal anecdotes book I could do this all day.
I’m not entirely sure. I’ve seen others like that photo as well. It may be the lighting. Philip looks really blond too, but his hair was lighter than hers. Some women are natural brunettes but in the summer their hair lightens a bit naturally and in certain light they look blonde. Emma Watson is a good example of that. She always insisted she never dyed her hair blonde.
I don’t see the Queen having dyed her hair. Perhaps a light rinse to keep it looking a little less gray in the ‘80’s but most women do something like that.
It originated from someone else and there’s some debate over exactly who said it first. People think it comes from Wallis because she liked the phrase so much she got it embroidered on a pillow.