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No one apart from the monarch and her lady’s maid are permitted inside the Queen’s bathroom. So it was a matter of some delicacy when a workman was admitted to this most private of chambers the other day. He was there to carry out a repair to the old-fashioned chain-pulled cistern and, according to royal sources, as he worked to fix the problem, he leant against the lavatory and part of the structure came away from the wall. What started as a routine job suddenly took on larger and more urgent proportions and at the same time served to sharply illuminate just how serious the problem of the crumbling Buckingham Palace has become. This week aides warned the Queen may have to move out of her London home so builders can carry out £150 million worth of refurbishment. It was said the Palace, which has not been redecorated for more than 60 years, has fallen into such a state of disrepair that the wiring and plumbing will have to be replaced and the works could take up to ten years. Against the reported £3. 5 billion refurbishment estimate for the House of Commons and Palace of Westminster, the cost looks almost modest. Even so it has soared from a quote only two years ago, when officials predicted £50 million was needed to cover the maintenance for all the royal palaces. At a time when many are still suffering the hardship of years of economic restraint it may not have been the best moment to ask for more taxpayers’ money. Certainly, the Queen was not amused that her state visit to Germany has been overshadowed by squabbling between her bean counters and the Scottish government over future funding for the monarchy north of the border. She was particularly dismayed that Sir Alan Reid, her treasurer and keeper of the privy purse, of whom she is especially fond, found himself in the firing line over the matter. Maintaining Buckingham Palace has always been a political hot potato. Only two years ago, MPs accused Sir Alan of ‘shocking complacency’ over repairs to royal buildings when he appeared before a Commons committee. This was why Reid set out the £150 million refurbishment plan this week. So is the Palace falling down. And if so, can the Queen possibly live there while refurbishment is taking place. There is no doubt work needs to be done. Staff have had to catch rainwater in buckets to. Source: www.dailymail.co.uk
Two carnivals will light up west and east London in July, organised by ArtReach as part of its Night of Festivals series. The Hounslow event, which takes place on 11th and 12th July, will feature Mandinga Arts’ frogs, giant fluorescent skeleton and sinister cutlery-wielding pigs. Music will be provided by samba bateria Rhythms of the City. In commemoration of the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta, a large figure of King John will make his royal progress from the Treaty Shopping Centre along Hounslow High Street and Bell Road to Bell Square. Artistic director David Hill said that the key theme of the event is “celebrating freedom and democracy through artistic innovation”. The following weekend (18th and 19th July) it is Barking’s turn to host the Night of Festivals, which will put a carnivalesque gloss on Barking & Dagenham’s golden jubilee celebrations. Paraíso School of Samba, which excelled itself with a spectacular and witty display at Notting Hill last year, will be stars of the carnival route along Barking High Street from the Town Hall to Blue Square. The full programme in Barking includes theatre, global music performances and storytelling on Abbey Green and runs from 11am to 10pm on Saturday and 11am to 5pm on Sunday. ArtReach kicked off its national tour with a carnival in Lincoln, where one of the four surviving copies of Magna Carta is kept. Here the music was provided by Sabar Soundsystem. Along with Mandinga’s cast of bizarre carnival creatures, Kinetika’s giant figure of King John complete with scroll made its way the city’s streets to Lincoln Castle accompanied by schoolchildren from St Francis Special School and Lincoln Castle... The Night of Festivals concludes in Leicester on 3rd and 4th October, coinciding with the Rugby World Cup. ArtReach says that here the carnival theme will reflect the five competing national teams that will be playing in Leicester – Argentina, Canada, Namibia, Romania and Tonga. More details of all the events can be found at www. nightoffestivals. Source: www.socanews.com
Can't get enough of William, Kate, George and Baby No. 2. Subscribe now for an inside look at all things royals – and to receive an exclusive royal gift. While royal fans were beginning set up camp outside the doors of St. Mary's Hospital in London on Monday, heavily pregnant Princess Kate hit the shops. The expectant mom made a low-key visit to her local Zara Home in London on Monday afternoon where she bought a selection of home furnishing accessories, as well as some items for Prince George and possibly the new baby too. "She looked so calm – you couldn't really tell that she was pregnant because she looked so great. I mean, she was wearing heels," the sales assistant who served Kate tells PEOPLE, adding, "She was so nice and polite, I was really impressed. Browsing the store alone for 45 minutes, Kate bought some salad servers, a plain doormat and some dark blue bath towels with rope-print detailing. "She was really interested in the blue sailor-themed display where she got the towels from before she went down to kidswear," says the staffer. In the kids' department, Kate bought Prince George a few gifts, including a set of padded blue and white gingham hangers , some picnic cutlery and tumblers with polka dots. She also looked at some neutral white baskets that might well be for the new baby. "Those are our best sellers and perfect for nurseries," says another staffer who saw her in the store. Wearing a blue and white top, jeans and high-heeled wedges with minimal makeup, Kate, 33, didn't exactly go unnoticed in the store, which is just ten minutes from her Kensington Palace home. "Because she had quite a few little items that needed wrapping, she was at the till for a while, and you could see shoppers just staring, pale-faced. they couldn't believe their eyes. " recalls the shop assistant, who adds that the princess was perfectly poised. "She didn't say anything or react – she was so sweet and polite. And of course it's no surprise that Kate didn't offer any clues as to the sex of the baby, which is due imminently. The couple chose not to find out with George and have stuck to the same rule this time. "She likes blue definitely. Everything she seemed to look at was blue but not for babies – she must just like the color," says the staffer, who notes: "She asked for details of our website, so maybe she. Source: www.people.com
Even in French, she might at least have relied on someone of blue blood with a little more viscosity than Sir Hardy Amies, who was born in Maida Vale and well known for being an incurable snob by lecturing everyone on all the refinements of dressing
Resplendent in a sequined white gown adorned with the blue Order of the Garter sash and 'Granny's tiara', a diamond creation given to her by Queen Mary, the Queen could be seen bending over a balustrade looking for her visitors before a 2007 state
He was there to carry out a repair to the old-fashioned chain-pulled cistern and, according to royal sources, as he worked to fix the problem, he leant against the lavatory and part of the structure came away from the wall. . The paintwork in the
In commemoration of the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta, a large figure of King John will make his royal progress from the Treaty Shopping Centre along Hounslow High Street and Bell Road to Bell Square. Artistic director David Hill