The Duchess of Cornwall is a nice lady...I said so.

  Aitchbee 19 Mar 12
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She graciously presented the winners of University Challenge tonite...Paxman was good too.

Charles probably got 2 questions correct tonight...I got 4.

Well Done BBC.

  daz60 19 Mar 12

Are you after a peerage.!?

  Aitchbee 19 Mar 12

MY question is:- What will I do, to fill the 'Gap' half-hour, on a monday evening now that University Challenge is on holiday?

  Aitchbee 19 Mar 12

daz60...Sir AitchBEE sounds ok!

  morddwyd 19 Mar 12

Coming from where you do, I take it you mean the Duchess of Rothesay?

  john bunyan 19 Mar 12

Do not under rate yourself with only a knighthood - daz60 hinted you might become Lord AitchBEE !

  Aitchbee 19 Mar 12

Seriously, I noticed Kate, made her first public speech/announcement today...so it was nice to hear both ladies talk in public.

  Aitchbee 19 Mar 12

john bunyan ... King Aitchbee....would be my rightful denomination!

  john bunyan 19 Mar 12

Sorry for double post! You wont get it if you call her Kate! If you want to use her official christian name it is Catherine

  badgery 19 Mar 12

"What will I do, to fill the 'Gap' half-hour, on a monday evening now that University Challenge is on holiday?"

Back to reading 'Oor Wullie' presumably?

  john bunyan 19 Mar 12

Anyway your thread refers to Camilla (Cornwall) - Catherine is Duchess of Cambridge. I think you may end up in the Tower!

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