Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Prince charles style

  • Prince Charles Style Evolution: From Knee Socks And Kilts To, Well, More Knee ...

    Prince Charles has been royalty since he was in diapers. Once married to one of the most beautiful women in the world, Princess Diana, and father to two of the most sought-after men in Britain, Prince Harry and Prince William, this man is no stranger ...


  • Prince Charles Seeks to Dispel Seven-Breakfast-Eggs Story

    Prince Charles doesn't order seven boiled eggs for breakfast in order to choose the one he likes best, his office said in a statement designed to dispel myths about the heir to the British throne.


  • Dr Doolittle chic: Charles and Camilla's Aussie style

    Six days, six vastly different locations and two successful wardrobes, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, have won over the fashion police following their first official tour of Australia to commemorate the Queen's diamond jubilee.


  • Prince Charles amused by his 'style icon' status

    The always-dapper Prince of Wales laments about being listed on both the Best Dressed and Worst Dressed lists over the years but reveals it's his body shape more than anything, which dictates his style. "I simply had to go my own way and stick to what ...


  • The prince's seven eggs are a myth – and so is my duel

    To clear up a few misconceptions and debunk some myths, the staff of the Prince of Wales have used his website to supply the answers to 26 frequently asked questions.


  • The truth about Prince Charles' breakfast? It's not that eggstraordinary

    The website seeks to address twenty six charges made against Prince Charles and his wife - among them the suggestion that he has too many staff, is an advocate of medically unproven homeopathic treatments and interferes too much in Government policy ...


  • Prince Charles celebrates birthday with kiwis

    Prince Charles shares his birthday today with more than 14,000 New Zealanders, including the Governor-General Sir Jerry Mateparae and Prime Minister John Key's wife Bronagh.


  • Prince Charles' fashion cycle

    The 63-year-old royal - whose daughter-in-law Duchess Catherine regularly tops style polls - has only ever worn what he believes suits him, and was confused recently when someone said he was 'beyond fashion'.


  • Prince Charles gets goose tribute

    The pipes sometimes puncture the birds' throat and many suffer ruptured internal organs, fungal and bacterial infections and liver failure.


  • Man admits Prince Charles manure plan

    Castislav Sam Bracanov talks after appearing at the Auckland District Court where he entered a not guilty plea for allegedly preparing to commit an assault on Britain Prince Charles and his wife Camila in Auckland. Auckland -. A New Zealand man said on ...


  • Charles, Camilla myths busted

    Except for the odd occasion when Charles must ride in a police-owned Bentley for security purposes, the Prince uses a range of vehicles which have been converted to use biodiesel made from used cooking oil, in keeping with his greenie beliefs.


  • New Zealander admits Prince Charles manure plan

    An elderly New Zealand anti-royalist planned to hurl manure at Prince Charles and his wife Camilla during their visit to Auckland, he said Tuesday.


  • Prince Charles FAQ: Heir's Aston Martin runs on wine wastage and he does NOT ...

    The FAQ section on the Prince of Wales' website also includes some more light-hearted bits of information - including the fact that Charles does not have seven boiled eggs for breakfast, as was once claimed by Jeremy Paxman.


  • Prince Charles Doesn't Order Seven Eggs And Eat Just One, Palace Says

    The website also "seeks to address 26 charges made against Prince Charles and his wife - amongst them the suggestion that he has too many staff, is an advocate of medically unproven homeopathic treatments and interferes in government policy," The ...


  • Man charged with planning Prince Charles assault

    AUCKLAND, New Zealand (AP) - Police say they caught a New Zealand man before he had a chance to throw a bucket of horse manure over Prince Charles and his wife Camilla during a royal visit to the Pacific nation. Castislav "Sam" Bacanov, 76, pleaded ...


  • Seven eggs at breakfast for Prince Charles?

    A relaunched version of the Clarence House website clears up some myths and rumours about Britain's heir to the throne, Prince Charles. Included in the frequently asked questions section of the website is a denial of a claim that the Prince of Wales ...


  • New Zealand man arrested in Prince Charles assault plot

    Police say they arrested a "known anti-royalist" Monday near a downtown Auckland venue where the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall were due to appear.


  • Prince Charles, Camilla get break from hectic schedule

    Prince Charles and his wife Camilla will head to Wellington today after attending a Jubilee dinner at Auckland's Sky City last night, where they tucked into a meal prepared by well-known chef Peter Gordon.


  • Crowd goes wild for Prince Charles and Camilla

    Prince Charles pays a visit to the northern communications coast guard centre at Mechanics Bay, meeting and greeting volunteers from across the north island.


  • New Zealand man admits plotting manure attack on Prince Charles

    The New Zealand Herald reports that 76-year-old Sam Bracanov of Auckland, a fierce anti-royalist, admitted that he planned to throw a bucket of watered-down horse manure at Charles, Prince of Wales and his wife Camilla Parker-Bowles, the Duchess of ...


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