Royalty and nobility err gravely when they lower themselves to the level of the masses

March 6, 2014

According to The Guardian/The Observer:

It has got to stop, this fashion for toffs to pose as ordinary….

We’re not stupid. The disguise is not convincing….

I’m sure that advisers are at fault: mediocre people with PR degrees, eagerly advising on how to avoid the resentment of the masses.

But fear of resentment is disproportionate….

The average taxpayer shells out about 40p a year for the royal family, I think, which makes them an excellent deal on entertainment…. But there must be entertainment. We must have tureens and castles. And nannies. Lots of Crawfies and Bobos, wheeling Silver Cross prams across private parks….

To read the full article in The Guardian/The Observer, please click here.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, with little Prince George. Photo by Christopher Neve

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, with little Prince George. Photo by Christopher Neve

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