Now Lady Colin Campbell, who has done books on Diana, Prince Harry and her me-me-Meghan. Closer to the royal family than to their jewelers, she gives Netflix episodes of “The Crown” a royal flush.
“The succession of Prince Charles cannot be trampled on. No gap. The inheritance tax is automatic and not elective. The Prince of Wales is the heir. If he’s dead, that’s fine with William.
“Camilla showed grace under the pressure. Tactical at the time of their marriage, her title was to be princess consort. She would be perfect as a queen. Loyal, loving with him, she wanted the man, not the job. Diana even said she expected Charles to be with Camilla.
“The Crown” is bullshit saying on Diana and Charles’ first trip to Australia he was furious and jealous of her attention. No, she couldn’t take it. He feared she would throw up. Knowing that she was upset and struggling to take the pressure, the Queen even asked them to fire Diana, who was only 21.
“Projecting the palace as cruel and heartless, ‘The Crown’ twists things. Success requires sacrifice. Professionalism is self-sacrifice. No indulgence. Everyone who is successful learns to control their emotions. It is the duty of the royal family.
“And depicting the bravery of Prince Philip on board the Royal Yacht Britannia. Take females on it. Having this with naked girls. Impossible on board this ship. It is impenetrable. Security. The observers. Guys. Photographers. Hurry. Local officials. Philip has always watched. Protected. Accompanied. Naval officers. This beautifully depicted oceanic piece is simply unrealistic. People don’t understand how it works with the royal family.
“They indicate that the official photographer read his private letters. This man, now gone, was my great friend. I know this is not true. And the late British journalist Nigel Dempster, furious that he never received the knighthood, has also fueled false stories. The palace is surrounded by unscrupulous people.
Political dough tracking
Major presidential donors: Sheldon Adelson of Vegas donated $ 183 million to the GOP. Bloomberg of Fort Knox gave everything but his shorts to the Dems. Tom Steyer of San Fran $ 68,028,056 (Dem), Illinois Uihleins $ 65,572,833 (GOP), Mellon of Wyoming $ 65,089,155 (mainly GOP), Ken Griffin of Chicago $ 46,329,334 (mainly GOP ), Schwarzman of Blackstone $ 30,467,100 (mainly GOP), Florida S. Donald Sussman $ 26,367,100 (mainly GOP) Dem), Jeffrey & Janine Yass $ 25,343,700 (GOP), Karla Jurvetson $ 24,928,907 (Dem), NY’s Jim & Marilyn Simons $ 24,117,674 (Dem), Florida’s Laura Perlmutter $ 23,900,600 (GOP), ex-Facebooker Moskovitz $ 23,768,012 (Dem) Eychaner $ 23,768,012 (Dem) (Dem), Atlanta’s Marcuses $ 17,729,802 (mainly GOP), Bekensteins of Massachusetts $ 16,115,587 (Dem), Little Rock’s Warren Stephens $ 14093,000 (GOP), San Fran’s Charles Schwab $ 13,260,200 (GOP), Dallas’ Kelcy Warren $ 12,948,989 (GOP), Omaha’s John $ 12,861,920 (mainly GOP) , Mr. and Mrs. George Marcus of Palo Alto $ 12,778,945 (dem.). Plus Connecticut Mandels $ 15,437,002 (start).
Film to give the holiday cheer
Just to let you know that a good fun post-Thanksgiving holiday movie is coming. “Replacing.”
The stars are Drew Barrymore and Holland Taylor. Rated a bit R, he has colorful language, sexual references, and drug use. Don’t rush – you have time as it won’t be released until December 11 in select theaters, on demand and digital.
Dem did it
Now that the election finally appears to be over, we can have more respect for Adam Bull-Schiff, who appears to have done the job of two men – Laurel and Hardy.
And not only in New York, kids, only in New York.