If HRH The Duke of Cambridge, actually said the following, I must wonder at the level of his education, and what his grandmother would think!
(This is a ‘blurb’, advertising a program on Foxtel’s BBC One channel tonight. I will not be watching to check, as I’d be pulling my hair out screaming at the TV screen every time they refer to Lady Diana, as “Princess” Diana, she never was “Princess” Diana.
The Princess of Wales? Okay ! Why does the media not refer to the Duchess of Cornwall as Princess Camilla? After all she’s married to the same bloke that Lady Diane.
Come to that why is HRH Catherine/Katherine Duchess of Cambridge not referred to by the idiots in the media as Princess Kate. After all she’s married to a Prince.
The do love to stuff up; perhaps they haven’t woken up yet.
Lets just hope nobody from the Australian Womens Weekly reads this rant!
Cut and pasted from the blurb!
The Duke of Cambridge says his father Prince Charles and mother both brought him and Harry up to be “responsible” for their country. However, he was never expecting to have to attend his mother’s funeral aged just 15.
He said: “Both our parents have brought us up to understand that, as best we can, that there is this element of duty and responsibility, and you have to do things you don’t want to do.
“But when it becomes as personal as walking behind your mother’s funeral cortege, it goes to another level of duty.”
William explained how the only thing that got him through the traumatic day was imagining his mum was there with them.
He said: “I just kept thinking about what she’d want and she’d be proud of Harry and I going through it.
“Effectively, she was there with us.
“I felt like she was almost walking alongside us to get us through it.”