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Royal Servants - Part 1 of 2


reniatko Soczka
reniatko Soczka

i wonder if they pay well????Personally I would never want to be a servent for the royal ever!!!

Vor 2 years
Danielle Leon
Danielle Leon

"Royals" don't have to lift a finger or basically feed themselves because of who they were born to. Give me a break. I'm not saying they should get regular jobs. But dress yourselves and pick out your own clothes for gods sake.

Vor 2 years
devil dog
devil dog

they aren't actually servants they choose to do the job

Vor 2 years
tonycavanagh1929
tonycavanagh1929

A good job for Gay chaps, since it seems the Palaces are full of them.

Vor 2 years
Dave Seavy
Dave Seavy

+tonycavanagh1929 I've noticed this too, so I did some research. Apparently, they hire gays, because of their keen sense of minute details. There's one tall, bald guy that's clearly gay, yet he is one of the upper staff because of his attention to detail. It looks like most of the male staff is gay.

Vor 2 years
Olivia Hunt
Olivia Hunt

When they say low pay its actually minimum wage which is perfectly legal. Plenty of employers only pay minimum wage

Vor 2 years
Alicia Coburg
Alicia Coburg

There is no worse betrayal than in a master/servant relationship.

Vor 2 years
Erkica Platz
Erkica Platz

what year is it?

Vor 3 years
Frankie C
Frankie C

Paul Burrell even adopted Princess Diana's 'coy', 'wounded' public speaking persona, that she worked to the hilt. Very creepy. What an odd little man. Delusions of grandeur and a very twisted, perverse obsession with Diana and the Royals.

Vor 3 years
Trish Fitzpatrick
Trish Fitzpatrick

A sneaking "journalist" lies to get a job in the palace and then betrays the trust of his employer is the real scandal. That chucklehead is very full of himself isn't he!

Vor 3 years
Dianaemanuel
Dianaemanuel

This entire programme appears to have one aim:  to destroy Paul Burrell's character.  If Diana chose to chat to Paul Burrell and make him her confidant that was her business.  There seems to be a lot of jealousy and envy from some of the other members of the royal household here which doesn't say a lot for THEIR personalities.

Vor 3 years
Adrina The Great
Adrina The Great

700 servant's for one family, isn't there anything they can't do for themselves..lol

Vor 3 years
Zinyak
Zinyak

There is even a servant who specialises in ass wiping.

Vor 2 years
John King
John King

+Galaxy Tab Just to clarify, President Obama, and all heads of state have staff (servants). President Obama only has to telephone his staff and he can have anything he wants.

Vor 2 years
BlueRaven 666
BlueRaven 666

It's my dream to be a butler for a family one day. I felt the anger these servants felt towards the servants that betrayed their masters, and did so minutes before it was brought up in the video. This way of life leave me in awe; the uniform, the household, and the way of life as a whole. All thoughout this video, all I could think is, "I want this for myself." And to those who say that those who want to become servants have no self respect, i dare to say you have no self respect for wanting to live YOUR DREAMS.

Vor 3 years
goodboybuddy1
goodboybuddy1

I wonder why staff should be expected to have better morals than their employers?

Vor 3 years
snoozester joe
snoozester joe

I don't blame burrell for writing a book.Those people need to be exposed for the arrogant freeloaders they really are....Diana was the exception and Burrell was loyal to her as long as she lived.......................RIP Diana.

Vor 3 years
snoozester joe
snoozester joe

+englishforeverr She didn't deserve to be betrayed...It always broke her heart.....I don't justify what he did, I despise him for it, but at least that was one less heartbreak she had to endure whille she lived,,,,I don't blame him for telling the truth about the way Diana was treated, but he should have kept her personal affairs out of it...

Vor 3 years
englishforeverr
englishforeverr

+snoozester joe She was obviously betrayed by him while alive believing him to be her rock. But to him she was payday sad really I don't know how he can look at himself in the mirror.

Vor 3 years
Teressa Allen
Teressa Allen

This Paul Kidd, is out of line with his views and opinions. He has a problem with coping with reality, rather than living in his world of being a servant that he allows to separate him from other servants. I do agree that servants have a duty to protect the private lives of their masters, however, this one behaves like he is personally offended as a noble one, and even entertains favorable punishment for the servants who strays. I's not going to gain him what he thinks it will.

Vor 3 years
TheDreamtimezzz
TheDreamtimezzz

Long hours, extremely low pay,  antiquated royal attitude - Eh.  Royalty is such a silly human construct.

Vor 3 years
Sally Cinnamon
Sally Cinnamon

This is clearly a load of bollocks. The media trying to brainwash people again!

Vor 3 years
Into Light
Into Light

They are Paid Staff. This is not the Middle Ages.

Vor 3 years
rippercharlie
rippercharlie

it's beyond me how people can lose their self respect and serve these knobs. they have no idea  of reality outside their royal bubble.At least pay the servants a decent wage.Britain would be better off without the royals

Vor 3 years
benedetti
benedetti

kick that hoodlums away..

Vor 3 years
Heidi Radda
Heidi Radda

Can't believe you would chose to be a servant.  Really truly   - these pple just run a very sharp business.  And goodlooking  young families are excellent pr.  Am amazed at the servant mentality. Urg - we are all just humans. None are truly superior to others. Good bit of brainwashing here I think

Vor 3 years
l t
l t

+Heidi Radda its no different to being a waiter in a high end restaurant

Vor 3 years
RapunzelinOttawa
RapunzelinOttawa

Oh, Brother!  If the towel of a Royal Prince is laid out a certain way, and He has the money to sustain the service, it seems like sour grapes on behalf of former servants to criticise this process . . . as for the gravy badly burning the Queen Mother and steam coming up from her cleavage . . . gravy is treated like a sauce and is never served as a steaming hot liquid.  Whomever wrote this muck is truly grasping at straws and has probably never supervised Royal servants.

Vor 3 years
GUNADIHENRY
GUNADIHENRY

Modern day paid slavery

Vor 3 years
Alpacalypse
Alpacalypse

+GUNADIHENRY elaborate why it is slavery? _Paid_slavery nontheless. because that is a contrast in itself.

Vor 3 years
plutorama
plutorama

Steam coming from the queen mum's cleavage? GTFOH!!! What the hell are these people NOT willing to say just to get on camera and shows like this? What is she now, Wile E. Coyote with smoke and steam coming out of her dress?

Vor 3 years
Mark Narcus
Mark Narcus

wasn't paul kidd arrested?

Vor 3 years
Blah Blah
Blah Blah

The song starting at   1:41   What is it?!?! Im going nuts trying to remember who did this song????

Vor 3 years
Laurel Meakim
Laurel Meakim

sounded like the opening to bittersweet symphony to me

Vor 2 years
Laurel Meakim
Laurel Meakim

sounded like the opening to bittersweet symphony to me

Vor 2 years
Blah Blah
Blah Blah

Thank you so much!!!

Vor 3 years
MyDigitalRealm
MyDigitalRealm

+L Marion Cowing It's by AIR from Moon Safari, one of my favourites too.

Vor 3 years
Fauntleroy
Fauntleroy

There's nothing wrong with working as domestic help or housekeeping services... but referring to anyone in this day and age as a "servant" is beyond problematic.

Vor 3 years
Alpacalypse
Alpacalypse

+Fauntleroy I agree that calling them servants is not okay, but from what i understand the royals apparently don't call them servants, but staff, and in other, more modern documentaries i've also heard the members of the staff refer to themselfs as staff. I think the journalists making this documentary really liked the antiquated term "servant"

Vor 3 years
Bertie Blue
Bertie Blue

Disgusting servile creeps.

Vor 3 years
Copacetic
Copacetic

How could you live your whole life being known as a SERVENT. And dedicating your life to serving another person. Don't they have any self-respect?

Vor 3 years
Alpacalypse
Alpacalypse

+Copacetic so housekeeping, nanny, gardener, domestic helps, waiters are all lacking self-respect? the royal staff (which they're apparently called) do like their jobs and are proud of working there. Just because the journalists doing the documentary and some staff members use the term "servants" does not mean the royals do. Apparently they reffer to them as "staff"

Vor 3 years
Rob Morris
Rob Morris

The current President of Bryant's University's dog is named, Tupper. After its founder. Great business school. Even the Queen liked Tupperware.

Vor 3 years
Rob Morris
Rob Morris

Tupperware was invented by the founder of Bryant University located in Rhode Island, USA. Was just rated by USA today as one of the best business schools. Thank you Queen Elizabeth!!

Vor 3 years
Rob Morris
Rob Morris

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Vor 3 years
Frank J
Frank J

Anyone who chooses to be a servant has zero self respect.

Vor 3 years
wolverineeagle
wolverineeagle

+Jo Jones I’m American and that’s absolutely not true. We have an informal class system. Doctors are better than Nurses who are better than stockers and so forth. It’s there and very real.

Vor 2 years
Alpacalypse
Alpacalypse

+jdstep97 if i understand that correctly then a "lady's maid" could be comparable to a (celebrity) stylist nowadays? If so then all the different jobs in the royal staff are nothing but..well...normal jobs. Waiters, assistants, stylists, carpenters, housekeeping and so on. For whatever reason it is apparently "horrendous" when these jobs are done in a company called "royal family"

Vor 3 years
Ahkil Estese
Ahkil Estese

+Jo Jones Yeah v

Vor 3 years
jon muir
jon muir

+Frank J I think the title of Royal Servanrs is incorrect. The queen herself has been quoted on more than one occasion "I do not have Servants, I have Staff!!

Vor 3 years
jdstep97
jdstep97

+Frank J I disagree, and I am American.  From documentaries, books and biographies, many servants were proud of their work.  Not everyone could pull off what some of these people did.  As a lady's maid, if you "lady" looked good, that was a reflection of you, and you were proud.  And in the Victorian times, sometimes being a servant meant being able to survive, because mostly their food and rent was paid for.  Some of them may not have had homes and could not afford to be "independent".  I don't think that just because you are a servant means you have low self respect.  If you did the job, and you kept your sanity and prided yourself in your work, that deserves respect. 

Vor 3 years
Jack Barber
Jack Barber

lol...the guy that says servants should keep their mouths shut....then he tells about the gravy falling into the Queen Mother's cleavage.

Vor 3 years
murielsartre
murielsartre

Wow, some editor really loves The Verve!

Vor 3 years
Judy Holiday
Judy Holiday

Human ashtray? no way in hell would I lower myself to that kind of abuse..

Vor 3 years
Judy Holiday
Judy Holiday

Your damn straight I am not the right person to lower myself to such nonsense and laziness..

Vor 3 years
Stefan Turton
Stefan Turton

Then you might simply not be the right Person for the Job. ;)

Vor 3 years
B R
B R

Is it just me or does the last part of this episode have a touch of homophobia, or at least prejudice....

Vor 3 years
B R
B R

34:55 "I'm not here to discuss his private life" How ironic.....

Vor 3 years
Cloudfeather Bigthunder
Cloudfeather Bigthunder

horrible to do that to someone,

Vor 3 years
Arishia
Arishia

The Royals must be getting used to wolves in sheep's clothing by now. It's a sad day when someone is proud of himself for breaking a contract and people's trust in a very personal way solely for the purpose of ingratiating himself. Rather like a criminal, I'd say.

Vor 4 years
Mia monj
Mia monj

I really dislike them, I hope one day they dissapear

Vor 4 years
Mia monj
Mia monj

if you don't like my comment does not bother me, if you like them good for you.

Vor 3 years
Michael Bond
Michael Bond

+Mia monj I see? So anyone who disagrees with you? You dismiss as ignorant? What an  arrogant self worshipping attitude you have?

Vor 3 years
splinterbyrd
splinterbyrd

anyone know the music in the opening 0.00 - 0.25?

Vor 4 years
tan s
tan s

+splinterbyrd bittersweet symphony :) 

Vor 3 years
marco tosi
marco tosi

It 'a secret between us

Vor 4 years
splinterbyrd
splinterbyrd

and thanks for the kisses (i'd better not tell my girlfriend!)

Vor 4 years
liam whitcombe
liam whitcombe

700 servants & all those guards & security personnel yet that bloke STILL managed 2 get across the palace grounds through the door AND choose the queens bedroom door out of scores of others without anyone seeing him & she doesn't alert anybody? Something seems wrong in that

Vor 4 years
Annie Oakley
Annie Oakley

These servants seem like they need some serious therapy. They get paid almost nothing, never see their own friends and family... propably stay single... and fight for "Face-Time". Sounds very BDSM.

Vor 4 years
loco madre
loco madre

Masters? Servants?   How about employers and employees? 

Vor 4 years
MrFinnboy69
MrFinnboy69

Well, the monarchy is over thoulsand years old, and they have been in the royal houshold been called masters and servants for over thoulsand years so it does seem stupid to change it now.. And employers and empoyees does not seem very royal to me, if there is a monarchy you should do it the right way...

Vor 4 years
Dori Queen
Dori Queen

omg! really? omg! i thought Safeway was bad?

Vor 4 years
Marca Fragili
Marca Fragili

Talking about not talking, but they seem to be doing it and oh, getting paid for doing the show. 

Vor 4 years
HOOPZ
HOOPZ

The beans have already been spilled. He is only talking about what is already in that book and already in the media world wide.

Vor 4 years
Lacey Langton
Lacey Langton

The Queen actually DOES watch t.v. with a trusted servant when she is lonely. There is another servant-I believe he is a footman as well-working for the Queen also called Paul. When Paul Burrell was there, they were known as 'Big Paul' and 'Little Paul'. Paul Burrell was 'Little Paul' because the other Paul was very tall; around 6"5' if I'm correct. 'Big Paul' is very close to the Queen-he was featured in the video the Queen made with Daniel Craig for the Olympics, walking alongside her up the corridor. Anyway, as I said, he is VERY trusted and VERY close to the Queen, and she often spends evenings watching telly with him-it's very well known that he keeps her company and that she is extremely fond of him.

Vor 4 years
Mikey Dunphy
Mikey Dunphy

These people sicken me; Her Majesty is God anointed and superior to all of these working class servants.

Vor 4 years
sallyjosie
sallyjosie

They keep going on and on about Loyalty. But Loyalty is a two-way street.

Vor 4 years
Monsta Munch
Monsta Munch

They signed a contract, essentially selling their loyalty for a wage. Unless they weren't paid, they have no business breaking their contracts. It's not about being poor or rich, it's about basic human decency.

Vor 4 years
sallyjosie
sallyjosie

Sounds like some people are extremely Narcissistic.

Vor 4 years
Tim Coy
Tim Coy

whats wrong with Tupperware? I use it all the time nothing wrong with it

Vor 4 years
glammie4
glammie4

The Queen mother was truly a lovely women.Dan Mc Grady is someone you would want as a friend. I think bringing HenryViii back is a little over the top, Was Paul Burrell telling the truth? Only he knows. And ROYALS are no different in God's eyes. All men created equal, oops, that is the USA.

Vor 4 years
englishforeverr
englishforeverr

+ava7984 "All men created equal, oops, that is the USA"  What country fought a civil war to get rid of slavery what country now has black people killed by the police on an almost daily basis? Heard of the 1% you think the US of A is in any position to lecture to us? All men created equal is absolute bullshit.

Vor 3 years
englishforeverr
englishforeverr

+Asari Elf Don't worship people mindlessly the OP is talking about God as an example are you taking the piss?

Vor 3 years
Amarna Mosher
Amarna Mosher

+englishforeverr it took england a civil war too even get fee speech

Vor 3 years
Judie Hopper
Judie Hopper

at least in the USA they don't worship people mindlessly... ^

Vor 3 years
englishforeverr
englishforeverr

I don't even think Paul Burrell know's what is the truth any more but offer him 50 grand to talk about his ex masters and he'll spin you a few also, And yes all men created equal in the good old USA shame it took a civil war to get rid of slavery. Oops

Vor 4 years
illyn kimura
illyn kimura

Its your  destiny  being poor  so sucked  it  but not  trying to ruin  royalty names  and digging  those  bullship stories.

Vor 4 years
Chuck Johnson
Chuck Johnson

Destiny? You're clearly a special kind of deluded - the kind "royalty" LOVE.

Vor 3 years
Pharaoh Prince
Pharaoh Prince

4:01 PM 3/13/204 If I ever got a Royal Inheritance (millions of $$$? plus property) from the other Royal families and living in a chateau in Europe near the beach okay, you wont see me doing any of this anymore.  You might see me in the headlines or tabloids or in magazines at the store standing in line in the checkout aisle. I stayed busy and went to work at the top (board of director of certain companies/corporations as a Prince helping Govt. internationally for public order).  I was doing okay and moved on doing what I wanted to do.  Its not the same because I never asked to be Royalty whos famous and popular.  Everyone around the world wanted to know who a descendant of Jesus Christ is going to marry or what hes up to.  Now you know whats up. Im glad you liked the M-27 Infantry Automatic Rifle.  IM TALKING TO THE USA.  You do know a lot of these songs that these music artists sing on tv that you like are not written by them right?  Just something to think about.  I will be around.

Vor 4 years
Willow Star
Willow Star

33:40 He's got to be using hyperbole here, or one would hope. Beheading someone for telling about their service in the palace? Stunning.

Vor 4 years
galyna korol
galyna korol

стыдно быть рабом внастоящем времени .это унизительно так прислуживать другимлюдям....

Vor 4 years
galyna korol
galyna korol

скромностью они не страдают небожители...

Vor 4 years
galyna korol
galyna korol

живут же люди..

Vor 4 years
Maya Georgieva
Maya Georgieva

"Once your head's chopped off you can't say a word, can you" :D Traumatic sense of humor :D

Vor 5 years
FineYoung Aiden
FineYoung Aiden

that is why William should be king he would never chop their head off if they did something he did not like, he loves and cares for his people

Vor 4 years
Roland Hawken
Roland Hawken

I would like a couple of servants, I just need someone stupid enough to work for nothing..

Vor 5 years
Robert Vega
Robert Vega

They probably go to the 99 cent store like everyone else to get reading glasses for $2, AA batteries for their flashlights, and fly paper when the bugs go full swing in the summer.....

Vor 5 years
Kellyannk308
Kellyannk308

Hey if tupperware is good for Si Robertson of Duck Dynasty fame it good for the Queen of England

Vor 5 years
Kellyannk308
Kellyannk308

I remember article in one of UK papers they put guy undecover the reporter find kinda shock that Queen ate her corn flakes get this tupperware bowl Really cute story LOL!

Vor 5 years
Kellyannk308
Kellyannk308

MAN I love Queen Mum LOL!

Vor 5 years
njanovic1980
njanovic1980

I don't blame you.

Vor 5 years
MyDigitalRealm
MyDigitalRealm

I always block racists. I also have a soft spot for assisting the poorly educated who believe posting swear words is acceptable on a channel accessed by children.

Vor 5 years
njanovic1980
njanovic1980

Free speech means you suffer no legal ramifications at the hands of your government for speeking freely (though some speech, ie. slander or libel, is not generally protected speech) it does not mean that private individuals, such the person who has this channel, must give you a platform for that speech. Just as a person can tell you to leave their home if you say something they don't like they can remove or block your comments here.

Vor 5 years
aaaaaaaaaaaa808
aaaaaaaaaaaa808

Is this an actual documentary or just a video for mocking the British monarch, cause Its a bit confusing.

Vor 5 years
Shelly Tuohy
Shelly Tuohy

OH MY GOD, THEY USE TUPPERWARE!! wtf!! whats happening in the world, gosh, im stunned.

Vor 5 years
Teddy Murphy
Teddy Murphy

And you are okay with William beheading people?

Vor 5 years
Zack FirstBornTriplet
Zack FirstBornTriplet

Yeah but there is a difference between saying "shit" because you dropped something or because your football/soccer team got a goal scored against them. That is different from calling each other hurtful names. The first he would allow, the calling someone hurtful names or telling them where to go or to eff off he won't tolerate.

Vor 5 years
Maria Hammarström
Maria Hammarström

That Charles expected people to lie for him because he's the prince, confirms my impression of him as a person.

Vor 5 years
Trevor Irving
Trevor Irving

William would never allow that kind of discrimination talk when he becomes king, his mother taught him not to use hateful words and respect people for what they are. He is following her example He would not allow them to use rude and hateful slang like that.

Vor 5 years
Dianaemanuel
Dianaemanuel

Massive negativity towards Paul Burrell in this video. Lots of bitching. A real pity as this could have been a very interesting film. It's made me feel profoundly sorry for the man.

Vor 5 years
Jane Doe
Jane Doe

lol? do people acutally beieve this shit??

Vor 5 years
San47di
San47di

Sorry but "Servants" are exactly what they are. I don't know you're experience or why you would feel this term somehow has negative connotations, but in most cultures, depending on who it is you work for, it can be noted as a "privileged" position. I'm sure none of them are "ashamed" to say they're "Servants" of the Queen or the Royal Family. This is not an issue for "Political Correctness" but a Fact of Life. A Servant is by No means demeaning, it's an "honest" paying job.

Vor 5 years
San47di
San47di

I don't get that impression at all. I would imagine when people are used to being waited on hand & foot, of course there will be one or two who seem to take this for granted. But overall, I believe the Queen's household members are also trained in protocol involving being courteous & respectful to staff & I would also think for the most part, they are. After all, they're not ignorant or stupid & nor are they unfeeling. When you employee 700+ people someone is bound to talk at some point.

Vor 5 years
Audrey Frazier
Audrey Frazier

Don't like it? LEAVE! If you don't want to get an education and get a job you really want, then it's your choice, but don't blame them for your laziness!

Vor 5 years
grooverheliboy
grooverheliboy

I heard that HMQM was waiting for a drink her Dubonet and waited and waited and she then went down stairs to find her servants arguing and then she said "When you 2 old queens have finished this old queen would like her dubonet" !

Vor 5 years
James 1998
James 1998

This is exactly why they should make William king and bypass charles. His mother when she was alive used to show concern about the lives of the servants who worked with her and William will do the same I am sure, just you see. He has his mother's heart.

Vor 5 years
MyDigitalRealm
MyDigitalRealm

...with a paddlock attached conveniently from within!!!

Vor 5 years
MyDigitalRealm
MyDigitalRealm

Now, now don't spread rumours. Terry would likely end up in a North Face zip up bag in a bath behind closed doors.

Vor 5 years
irishxxkelt
irishxxkelt

It isn't that she loves gays. It is because gays like to work for in the royal service. Listen to the man from Lancashire..........

Vor 5 years
irishxxkelt
irishxxkelt

I heard that story too.

Vor 5 years
Lucy Cranfill
Lucy Cranfill

That guy with the News of the World sign behind him looks just like Super Hans from Peep Show.

Vor 5 years
siouxbanshee rotten
siouxbanshee rotten

She was always gracious unlike Princess anne or the Royal who told a senior servant to F*** off

Vor 5 years
siouxbanshee rotten
siouxbanshee rotten

I cant believe the people who work for the Royals are referred to as servants this is antiquated its just like working for a company really "The Royal Firm' as they call it so they should not be servants but employees after all its their choice to work for them rather than work elsewhere

Vor 5 years
FineYoung Aiden
FineYoung Aiden

at lest william wont treet his servents bad when he is king.

Vor 5 years
szqsk8
szqsk8

Being in the USA this whole thing just seems like one big soap opera. The Royals seem like they don't appreciate the hard work done behind the scenes by all those people. In reality they might actually appreciate but they never acknowledge it. I read Paul Burrell's book and found it quite interesting although he does come across as having a rather inflated sense of self.

Vor 5 years
hkaddcox
hkaddcox

It sounds like a real life version of Downton Abbey.

Vor 5 years
Karen Shing
Karen Shing

Tradition is utmost important. I do not agree with people who enjoy revealing other people secrets and even claimed that they were doing this for the public. Especially when they knew exactly how damaging it could be to their Queen.

Vor 5 years
Karen Shing
Karen Shing

This is worst nightmare for the royal family. House full of traitors (servants ).

Vor 5 years
MyDigitalRealm
MyDigitalRealm

...and when she overheard a squabble in the corridor between staff she was heard shouting "When you two queens have finished arguing, THIS old Queen would like to take tea!!"

Vor 5 years
MrOnionterror
MrOnionterror

Apparently the Queen Mother saw Noel Coward eyeing some of her household staff and said to him 'I wouldn't if I were you, they count them when they put them out'.

Vor 5 years
jutubaeh
jutubaeh

it is... on colad syakl..? or was it coolayd ? dont remember anymore...

Vor 5 years
jutubaeh
jutubaeh

´thru wiss batz´ ? vote ´be´ low...

Vor 5 years
jutubaeh
jutubaeh

good ol josef ?

Vor 5 years
luvtabea anais
luvtabea anais

Bottom line message of this video is that Great Britain is a nation of servants.

Vor 5 years
McCall
McCall

Shows how real Princess Diana was... actually walking down to the kitchen to get orange juice and a bit of gossip or chat... she was so out of her league. Poor woman had so few friends around that she was craving for ANY FRIEND!

Vor 5 years

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