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The Queen
Operation London Bridge ?
#81
"Over the weekend, ITV were forced to issue a statement to deny the presenting pair had been given VIP access or jumped the queue."

Guess that ITV had to quickly peice some shit together.
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#82
Well, here it is…
[Image: TELEMMGLPICT000310660925_trans_NvBQzQNjv...mwidth=300]

Look carefully, it’s the Tudor crown, not St, Edward’s crown that we’ve had for the last 70 years.

That’s a lot of crowns that’ll have to be replaced…
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#83
(27-09-2022, 12:54 AM)jumbler Wrote: Well, here it is…
[Image: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/content/dam/...mwidth=300]

Look carefully, it’s the Tudor crown, not St, Edward’s crown that we’ve had for the last 70 years.

That’s a lot of crowns that’ll have to be replaced…

Novel!

I wonder if they're ready with a portrait for coins, notes and stamps.
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#84
(27-09-2022, 12:54 AM)jumbler Wrote: Look carefully, it’s the Tudor crown, not St, Edward’s crown that we’ve had for the last 70 years.

Is there meaning to the fact that he chose a different crown than his mother's?
(I have no understanding of these things.)
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#85
I thought it was odd, but apparently each monarch alternates between the St Edwards and the Tudor crown. Like they alternate between looking left and right on the coins and stamps.
You learn something every day. Well. Every 70 years.
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#86
(27-09-2022, 05:15 AM)Parsifal Wrote:
(27-09-2022, 12:54 AM)jumbler Wrote: Look carefully, it’s the Tudor crown, not St, Edward’s crown that we’ve had for the last 70 years.

Is there meaning to the fact that he chose a different crown than his mother's?
(I have no understanding of these things.)
Not a significance, no. The Tudor crown is more conceptual, the original was melted down at the time of Cromwell’s Commonwealth. But similar in purpose to the bald Eagle of the United States.

(Just read, the first place the Mayflower landed in the US was in Provincetown. Interesting… Wink)
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#87
(27-09-2022, 10:16 PM)jumbler Wrote: (Just read, the first place the Mayflower landed in the US was in Provincetown. Interesting… Wink)

A gay mecca.  (Were there many gays on the Mayflower?)
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#88
Who knows. LOL
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#89
which one is which? what's the historic significant behind each?

[Image: 1200px-Crown_of_Saint_Edward_Heraldry.svg.png]

[Image: 1200px-Heraldic_Tudor_Crown.svg.png]
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#90
The top one is St Edwards Crown. THE crown of the UK. It goes on the head of the monarch at the moment of coronation. That is the only time it is used.

The bottom one is the tudor crown. Lost in the civil war.

Even though it's tradition to alternate them with monarchs, I'm surprised they did. Although the cypher is on many things (police cap badges etc), the crown is on LOADS of things. Officers lapels, post office vans....
It will cost a fortune to change them all.. if they do that.
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#91
I find the St. Edwards Crown looks more "regal", more elegant.

(28-09-2022, 09:11 AM)ladsnet Wrote: The top one is St Edwards Crown. THE crown of the UK. It goes on the head of the monarch at the moment of coronation. That is the only time it is used.

Do I remember correctly?

The last time the Queen gave her speech (before Parliament?) the St.  Edwards Crown was next to her on a purple pillow.  Also, I saw a photo of a procession with someone walking ahead of the Queen carrying the crown on said pillow.

At the time I assumed that the crown was on a pillow rather than on her head because of her frail condition.  (How much does it weigh?)
Does that not count as the crown being "used"?
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#92
No. Thats the Imperial State Crown.

St Edwards is only ever used at the coronation.
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#93
Seems that Ronaldo will be smiling when post boxes get changed to bear the initials CR.
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#94
On her death certificate the cause of death is listed as "old age". Huh 

My father died of "old age" too (he had melanoma - you gotta go of something).  His death certificate says "natural causes".
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#95
I read once that after 80, there is no leading cause of death.
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#96
Natural causes seems more ... "natural" ... than old age.
Maybe it's one of those cultural things between the US and the UK.

I checked my mother's death certificate (she died at 94) and it too says natural causes.
Again, it might be a cultural thing.
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#97
I see natural causes as being an old person dying due them being old

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manner_of_death
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#98
(30-09-2022, 08:46 PM)Hugh Wrote: I see natural causes as being an old person dying due them being old

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manner_of_death

Well, when a person dies of "old age" something stopped.  (the heart?)
My grandmother, who died of a heart attack at 91, could be deemed both "natural causes" and "old age". I don't have her death certificate.
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