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The Obamas didn't get an invitation....
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hihgdm
2018-04-10 16:40:43 UTC
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...to the royal wedding. Shame. If they had it would have been an excellent poke in the eye for Fake President Drumpf (aka Spanky BigButt), who also didn't get an invitation. Just as well as the British weather in late spring can be stormy.
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2018-04-22 02:58:55 UTC
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...to the royal wedding. Shame. If they had it would have been an excellent poke in the eye for Fake President Drumpf (aka Spanky BigButt), who also didn't get an invitation. Just as well as the British weather in late spring can be stormy.
The invitation says Henry of Wales. Why not Henry Windsor?
Windemere
2018-04-22 15:55:28 UTC
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...to the royal wedding. Shame. If they had it would have been an excellent poke in the eye for Fake President Drumpf (aka Spanky BigButt), who also didn't get an invitation. Just as well as the British weather in late spring can be stormy.
The invitation says Henry of Wales. Why not Henry Windsor?
I'm guessing that William and Harry use Wales as a surname, rather than Windsor. I don't know the reasoning behind this. When they served in the military, the surname stitched on their uniforms was "Wales".
Louis Epstein
2018-04-22 20:17:01 UTC
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...to the royal wedding. Shame. If they had it would have been an excellent poke in the eye for Fake President Drumpf (aka Spanky BigButt), who also didn't get an invitation. Just as well as the British weather in late spring can be stormy.
The invitation says Henry of Wales. Why not Henry Windsor?
I'm guessing that William and Harry use Wales as a surname, rather than
Windsor. I don't know the reasoning behind this. When they served in
the military, the surname stitched on their uniforms was "Wales".
The treatment of royalty as if they had surnames is
not appropriate for formal occasions.

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2018-04-27 09:21:21 UTC
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...to the royal wedding. Shame. If they had it would have been an excellent poke in the eye for Fake President Drumpf (aka Spanky BigButt), who also didn't get an invitation. Just as well as the British weather in late spring can be stormy.
The invitation says Henry of Wales. Why not Henry Windsor?
I'm guessing that William and Harry use Wales as a surname, rather than Windsor. I don't know the reasoning behind this. When they served in the military, the surname stitched on their uniforms was "Wales".
How about King of Sw..., included ofcourse all his black and white Queens?
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2018-04-23 09:59:46 UTC
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...to the royal wedding. Shame. If they had it would have been an excellent poke in the eye for Fake President Drumpf (aka Spanky BigButt), who also didn't get an invitation. Just as well as the British weather in late spring can be stormy.
The invitation says Henry of Wales. Why not Henry Windsor?
British Royals frequently use their father's duke-title as a surname. When they don't the current generation frequently use Mountbatten-Windsor because their paternal line is Mountbatten, not Windsor.

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