The Royal Report for Sunday January 17, 2010 – Could 2010 be William and Kate’s year?

Posted by Marilyn

Is there a succession crisis on the horizon? What unusual souvenir request did Prince William receive? Did Barbara Cartland really write a book about Royal weddings?

Listen to the episode to find out.

Publications mentioned

Hello! Canada Weekly No 157 18 January 2010

Romantic Royal Marriages by Barbara Cartland

Documents mentioned

Official site of the Prince of Wales – List of gifts given to TRH Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall during overseas tours during 2009

Tune in LIVE to the next episode of The Royal Report on Sunday January 24, 2010 at 9:00PM EST (North America).

The topic will be: The Royal Romance Report – January 2010 edition

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2 responses to “The Royal Report for Sunday January 17, 2010 – Could 2010 be William and Kate’s year?

  1. Hi Marilyn,

    I just listened to your report on William & Kate. I truly enjoyed it and I thought it would be nice to share this video with you. Longtime respected royal photographer, Arthur Edwards talked about his professional/friendly relationship with Charles, William, Diana and he also talks about Kate. He mentions that an engagement might come this year but a wedding will most likely take place next year. I hope you enjoy the video and keep up the good work with your blog, i’m still listening.

    Here’s the video-
    http://tinyurl.com/y9nhqoa

  2. HI Rman,

    Thanks for listening to the show and for the video. Very interesting! With William’s recent ‘wait and see’ comment, an announcement might be close!

    Fingers crossed!

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