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Camilla Parker-Bowles Drunk-Dialed Kate Middleton On Christmas … 0

Camilla Parker-Bowles Drunk-Dialed Kate Middleton On Christmas …

Kate Middleton 1 was drunk-dialed by Camilla Parker-Bowles on Christmas Day after The Duchess of York skipped the Royal Family s annual church ceremony Christmas 2 morning, according to GLOBE Magazine 3 . It s no secret that Prince Charles s second wife Camilla Parker-Bowles has had a bit of a drinking problem in the past, and the future Queen of England has reportedly fallen off the wagon again. Queen Elizabeth recently revealed that she had no choice but to pass the throne on to Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles, because Prince William declined her offer to make him the next King.

Apparently, Camilla has been partying like a rockstar ever since Queen Elizabeth s shocking announcement 4 , and was so drunk from her recent bender that she actually skipped the Royal Family s annual church ceremony on Christmas Day. The January 19 edition of GLOBE Magazine reveals, Tensions between Camilla and her husband are so thick you can cut it with a knife. Even though they have called of their divorce so Charles can be the next King and she can be his Queen, they re not getting along at all.

And, when his pleas for her to quit boozing fell on deaf ears, Charles stormed out of their home, warning Camilla not to show her face in public until she sobered up. GLOBE Magazine goes on to reveal that on Christmas Day while the Royal Family was at church, Camilla Parker-Bowles was pounding drinks with some friends of hers and she actually got so belligerent that she drunk-dialed her nemesis Kate Middleton while she was with Queen Elizabeth and Prince William. According to GLOBE, Kate Middleton refused to let Camilla pick a fight with her and play into her drama and promptly told her Prince William s step-mother that she was not fit to be Queen.

Camilla may be next in line to be Queen, but she can t get over the fact that the public wishes Kate Middleton was in her place and adores the Duchess of Cambridge and despises her. Although Kate has never done anything to Camilla per se, the future Queen has been in a jealous rage ever since Kate Middleton and Prince William s internet-breaking trip to New York City. So, do you think that Camilla Parker-Bowles is fit to be Queen, or do you agree with Kate Middleton?

Will Prince Charles be able to sober her up and get her together before she takes Queen Elizabeth s throne?

Let us know what you think in the comments below!

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The Royal Family Halloween Ball   Terminal 5   October 31, 2014 0

The Royal Family Halloween Ball Terminal 5 October 31, 2014

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Wymondham Music Festival Founders Retire 0

Wymondham Music Festival Founders Retire

Left to right: Brian Randall, Barbara Randall, John Wood, Derek Fripp and Hugh Morgan Barbara and Brian Randall, who launched Wymondham Music Festival with a series of concerts in 1996 and have nurtured the festival into its position as a much loved and respected element of the Norfolk market town s cultural life, have retired after 18 years at the helm. Long serving former chairman, John Wood and treasurer, Derek Fripp have also retired from the festival committee. Derek s successor as treasurer is Steph Homburg.

The festival began succession planning in 2012 and a new team of volunteers, led by Chairman Richard Elliott, is in place to run the 2015 festival and beyond. The festival staged a special celebration evening at Central Hall on Friday, August 22, for friends and supporters, to mark the long service of Barbara and Brian Randall, John Wood, Derek Fripp and Hugh Morgan. Hugh has run the patrons scheme for many years and will be retiring at the end of March.

Councillor David Goldson, Chairman South Norfolk Council, who attended the event said: I thank you sincerely for all you have done for your community and wish your successors luck. Richard Elliott said: The contributions of our retiring committee members are by any standard truly remarkable. In particular, the work of Barbara and John in planning and running the festival over so many years is extraordinary.

I would like to thank Barbara, John, Brian, Derek and Hugh on behalf of everyone involved in the festival and the wider community, for developing such an exciting and inspiring annual musical extravaganza. They will be a hard act to follow, but we have some enthusiastic new volunteers on board who will deliver a quality event for Wymondham in 2015. Brian Randall said: We re both leaving with very mixed feelings we are sad to be bowing out of a fantastic adventure that has been so much a part of our lives.

Looking back over 18 years, there have been many, many memories urgent deadlines, much laughter, thousands of chairs moved, friendships kindled and, above all else, the music and the musicians who put the Music into Wymondham Music Festival . From the young musicians in their first ever performance to famous stars, it s been a privilege to have been involved with them and their art.

1996 first Music Week established by Barbara and Brian Randall 1997 first Jazz Picnic, Derek Fripp joins the team as treasurer 1998 Lunchtime recitals and Market Place events launched; Hugh Morgan launches the Patrons scheme.

2000 John Wood becomes Chairman; first Town Busking Day.

2001 first Music Lecture 2008 Festival Fortnight established 2009 first Teddy Bears Picnic 2014 John Wood retires as Chairman at February public meeting, Richard Elliott takes over as Chairman. Barbara and Brian Randall, John Wood and Derek Fripp retire in August.

Minutes of committee meetings from the last 18 years weigh 7.5kg. Over the last 11 festivals, there have been 85 ticketed concerts at Wymondham Abbey, Baptist Church, Central Hall, Fairland Church Centre, Kett s Park, Wymondham High School, Wymondham Ex-Servicemen s Club and Kimberley Hall featuring classical, jazz, blues, folk, pop, rock and world music. 1 We can promote your business 2 every week on the Iceni Post!

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