Discussion in 'The Bar' started by k4D3t, Oct 19, 2010.
Pretty awesome, tanks!
there is a very interesting story with that family i will tell later
Is it The Aristocrats?
no, not exactly
and is aristocrat supposed to be pluralized
Perhaps we have our wires crossed.
no, i knew what u meant -- for some reason i thought there was a hotel involved named The Aristocrat
i found the movie tedius and unfunny
you are on the right track ...
Is that Catherine Oxenburg's daughter?
You see, the current royal family , has ties directly back to Napoleon.
The House of Bernadotte, the current Royal House of the Kingdom of Sweden, has reigned since 1818. Following the Finnish War in 1809, Sweden suffered the traumatic loss of Finland, which had constituted the eastern half of the Swedish realm for centuries. The agony and resentment towards King Gustav IV Adolf precipitated a coup d'ÃƒÂ©tat, and Gustav Adolf's uncle, the childless Charles XIII, replaced him. This was merely a temporary solution. As Napoleon I of France was Emperor of the French, and ruled, directly or indirectly, over much of Continental Europe through a network of client kingdoms headed by his brothers, the Swedish parliament saw it practical to elect a king that Napoleon could accept. On 21 August 1810, the Riksdag elected Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte, Marshal of France, as heir presumptive to the Swedish throne. Bernadotte, born in France, began as a private and had risen to the rank of general during the tumultuous years of the French Revolution. In 1798 he married the sister of the woman married to Napoleon's brother. As the Crown Prince of Sweden he assumed the name Karl Johan, acted as regent for the remainder of Charles XIII's reign. Ironically, he was not loyal to Napoleon. In 1813, he allied Sweden with Napoleon's enemies, Great Britain and Prussia, and played a crucial part in Napoleon's eventual downfall.
No, but you are on to something. Queen Victoria had 9 kids, and married them off to monarchs all over Europe. One daughter married the man who would become Frederick III, German Emperor. I think Kaiser Wilhelm II (of WWI fame) was her grandson. Interestingly, Tsar Nicholas II (the one murdered with his family in the Russian revolution) was married to Queen Victoria's granddaughter. At the time of WWI most of the royalty on each side were first or second cousins or related by marriage. Creepy.
Those pics are old as fuck... way before she called off her wedding.
She's chunked now.
this was in June -- she could stand to lose 15 lbs. -- her former fiance doesn't seem like the type of guy who would put up with even a little extra weight -- she is still almost Ann-Margret hot
She could stand to lose the dork with the fag bling and short jacket. As for her weight, she could gain another 15 and still be delicious.