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[PDF] Prince Philip: I Know I am Rude, But I Like It: The Royals and the Rest of Us as Seen By Prince Philip | by ☆ Nigel Cawthorne
Jan 26, 2021 - 00:21 AM By Nigel Cawthorne

At the age of twenty one, Prince Philip wrote to a relative I know you will never think much of me I am rude and unmannerly Prince Philip probably never managed to change the opinion of his relative This affectionate compendium brings together both the best and a host of less well known stories about the prince, giving an insight into the royal world where he traiAt the age of twenty one, Prince Philip wrote to a relative I know you will never think much of me I am rude and unmannerly Prince Philip probably never managed to change the opinion of his relative This affectionate compendium brings together both the best and a host of less well known stories about the prince, giving an insight into the royal world where he traipses around as a fella who belongs to Mrs Queen , rather than being professionally qualified in something From Prince Philip s blunt speech making, to his fearless mocking of officials and captains of industry, to his fond teasing of Her Majesty herself, here is a truly regal celebration of the unusual daily life in royal circles.
  • Title: Prince Philip: I Know I am Rude, But I Like It: The Royals and the Rest of Us as Seen By Prince Philip
  • Author: Nigel Cawthorne
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Amelia Jan 26, 2021 - 00:21 AM
There are plenty of amusing and or offensive, depending on where you draw the line anecdotes between Prince Phillip I Know s covers Unfortunately, however, Cawthorne s writing is rather amateurish and lets its material down There is little evidence of proof reading or editing Mistakes are abundant There are no sources or references and so no way of knowing whether any of the stories mentioned are actually true To quote Prince Philip, somewhat ironically from this book, You cannot take quotations [...]
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Nirnaya Jan 26, 2021 - 00:21 AM
My reading experience was marred by the number of typographical errors in this book Agreed, that this is the first edition but that doesn t excuse such sloppiness That too in a book on a British royal As for Prince Philip the man shocks and entertains in equal measure.
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Pat Empson Jan 26, 2021 - 00:21 AM
I would love to spend time with Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth It would be hoot
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Susan Blake Jan 26, 2021 - 00:21 AM
Royal Archie Bunker No doubt the Prince would bristle at the comparison, but he makes the same sort of cringe worthy, Ohmigod sort of comments that Archie did only be was a sitcom character back in the 1970 s, not a figure in English society for decades Philip never seems to evolve with the times, but I guess that s part of his charm Among many gems, one of my favorites is when he blandly makes conversation with 2 Irish Catholic nuns during the 1980 s by asking whether or not they smuggled bombs [...]
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Mr MJ Spice Jan 26, 2021 - 00:21 AM
Amusing and cringeworthyThis is an amusing read but you are left with the sense that an ordinary person would ve been taught some manners long ago, indeed I began to find it rather depressing in the end, he clearly gets away with it because of who he isIt is still worth reading to get a real sense of who Phil the Greek really is
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Marilyn Penner Jan 26, 2021 - 00:21 AM
I can t help but like the old curmudgeon He s like an uncle you learn to tolerate because, well, it s not what he says but how he says it.
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Kate Jan 26, 2021 - 00:21 AM
A collection of Prince Phillips gaffs He s a good sense of humour, but the book just felt like a list by the end.
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Hannah Roache Jan 26, 2021 - 00:21 AM
Not Worth ReadingThe Prince appears full of himself with a sense of entitlement because of his birth and marriage His faux pas out of sheer ignorance are appalling.Carl Roache
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Prince Philip: I Know I am Rude, But I Like It: The Royals and the Rest of Us as Seen By Prince Philip By Nigel Cawthorne At the age of twenty one, Prince Philip wrote to a relative I know you will never think much of me I am rude and unmannerly Prince Philip probably never managed to change the opinion of his relative This affectionate compendium brings together both the best and a host of less well known stories about the prince, giving an insight into the royal world where he traiAt the age of twenty one, Prince Philip wrote to a relative I know you will never think much of me I am rude and unmannerly Prince Philip probably never managed to change the opinion of his relative This affectionate compendium brings together both the best and a host of less well known stories about the prince, giving an insight into the royal world where he traipses around as a fella who belongs to Mrs Queen , rather than being professionally qualified in something From Prince Philip s blunt speech making, to his fearless mocking of officials and captains of industry, to his fond teasing of Her Majesty herself, here is a truly regal celebration of the unusual daily life in royal circles.

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