It's a Queen's World @Tatler





All I can say..if you see this issue of Tatler magazine, grab it.
I haven't been able to put it down for days.
If you can't find it...you can read it here,
or you can down download the June issue here.
Hooray!...The Tatler Restaurant Awards 2012 are in.
Find out who won here.

JUNE 2012

  • 2 25 THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT THE QUEEN
    Spacesuits crack her up, her husband calls her 'Sausage' and she never gets seasick - plus another 22 nuggets of inside information
  • 3 IT'S THE DIAMOND JUBILEE, SO WE'RE GIVING AWAY...
    ... a diamond worth £10,000
  • 4 SHOP LIKE THE QUEEN
    Fancy some regal retail therapy? These are the Royal Warrant Holders
  • 5 THE SECRET DIARY OF ELIZABETH WINDSOR, AGED 86 ¼
    The Queen is in her council house, extremely short of money. Sue Townsend dares to imagine an ex-monarch's life
  • 6 QUEENS OF THE SCENE
    Glorious girls-about-town
  • 7 WHAT WOULD THE QUEEN DO?
    Words of advice form the Palace (not really - Mary Dudley made them up)
  • 8 THE MONARCH AND HER MONEY
    So just how deep are her pockets? Keith Dovkants investigates
  • 9 PET OF THE MONTH
    Willow, Her Majesty's corgi
  • 10 TATER'S ULTIMATE COVERGIRL
    The Queen and Tatler go back an awfully long way- to when she was a baby on her grandmama's knee, in fact...


The Queen...looking at you.

Images and text via Tatler


6 comments:

  1. Thx Jeanne...sounds like a keeper.
    Pity I only saw this now as I just sent my 78yr old Mom in South Africa a gift parcel and she would've loved it! (managed to buy her some Keep Calm and Carry on Biscuits though)
    xx

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  2. Oh my! A Corgi on the front page!!
    I love stopping by your blog to just 'visit' and reminisce of many places both ex-RAF hubby and I are familiar with (and many we are just discovering!) but this is wonderful! We are Corgi lovers here and MacIntosh, our latest, says 'Glad to see a famous cousin!'
    Thank you for sharing and ready to download! Goodness, I must find at least a copy just for the cover!!
    Blessings,

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  3. I'm really enjoying reading these expat blogs. I've discovered places in my country I never even heard of.

    Here are some small local places in my neck of the woods you may want to visit on a warm sunny day (if you haven't done so already):
    -Ealing Studios; Walpole Park and Pitzhanger Manor (look out for Dickens Yard under construction)
    -Bunny Park (near the viaduct), Hanwell/Southall
    -Southall Park; the Manor House and Havelock Gurdwara.
    -Barra Hall Park, Hayes; The Beck Theatre and Uxbridge Shopping Center.
    -Gunnersbury Park and Museum
    -Nature Reserves, e.g. Perivale Woods (only open to the public once a year).
    -Everything else along Uxbridge Road.


    And here's a little game for you. Try to spot as many White Houses as you can, e.g. http://images.icnetwork.co.uk/upl/ealinggazette/aug2010/9/7/the-white-house-601878694.jpg


    PS: I always encourage visitors to donate whatever they can (when they see a donation box) and to support local high street shops and restaurants.

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  4. Jeanne, I hope this post will meet with your blessing!

    http://liveanddreamalittledream.blogspot.com/2012/05/for-corgi-lovers.html

    What can I say? They are lots of Corgi lovers in this world!
    Good Day!

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  5. The Queen is so cool. Jenny just brought me some great magazines from London and of course they all have fun Jubilee bits and pieces.

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  6. Mine should be here any day!
    Cannot wait!

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