I love this - they are wonderful! Eventually all of these cartoons , editorials and articles about Albert FORCING Chalrene to marry him is really going to get to Albert (and his handlers) and then the mud will start slinging. Albert deserves all of this ridicule because he was the one who deiced that Charlene was going to be good for his country and bring attention to it - how's that attention working for ya Al?
I said it before but I will say it again.. I can't wait till the firings begin when he comes back from "the honeymoon"
Actually, I think the cartoonist got his idea from us when you think about it. Did one of us post that all the babymamas would show up around the time of the wedding? Little did we dream that there were two more waiting in the wings.
THERE ARE NO ILLEGITIMATE CHILDREN - ONLY ILLEGITIMATE PARENTS! This 1928 assertion by Judge Yankwich is still relevant in a world where the 'bastard' children of irresponsible parents are the ones who are stigmatised. And when one of those parents holds a royal title, it begs the question; "upon what does he base his own legitimacy?".
This cartoon by Dr JACK & CURTIS was published in the Mail & Guardian when the paper's resident cartoonist, ZAPIRO, was on leave.
Last Edit: Jul 16, 2011 20:59:17 GMT -5 by mrplowfan
Point de Vue has a editorial cartoon mocking Albert and Charlene's wedding exhibit at the Oceanographic Museum. The editorial is by Agatha Lauriot Prevost and the drawing by Helene Tran.
Really, they are not at the wedding! Just flew to other lands, and wham! The back! What? Interpretations malicious rumors say ... those are hard as iron to their fairy tale. Except that. You will notice that Kate and William are not entitled to, them, this treatment (dis) favor dubbed by actions that do not lie. On one side or the other. And during that time, you know what? On the Rock, the marriage of the prince and his mermaid came to the museum. Oceanography, it goes without saying. The white dress, the costume of a rifleman, gifts, silver fish that decorated the tables, the crown ... Everything is exposed. Naturalized. To believe that it is already ancient history ...
Décidément, ils ne sont pas à la noce! À peine envolés vers d’autres cieux et vlan ! Les revoilà! Quoi? Les rumeurs… Interprétations malveillantes disent ceux qui tiennent dur comme fer à leur conte de fées. Sauf que. Vous remarquerez que Kate et William n’y ont pas droit, eux, à ce traitement de (dé)faveur adoubé par des gestes qui ne trompent pas. D’un côté comme de l’autre. Et pendant ce temps-là, vous savez quoi? Sur le Rocher, le mariage du prince et de sa sirène est entré au musée. Océanographique, ça va de soi. La blanche robe, le costume de carabinier, les cadeaux, les poissons d’argent qui décoraient les tables, le diadème… Tout est exposé. Naturalisé. À croire que c’est déjà de l’histoire ancienne…
Monaco's fairytale love story: post-engagement
PPDA: And this was the woman whom you needed? Albert: I think... *** Reporter: "Is Charlene Wittstock your soulmate?" Albert: "I don't know if she is ...I don't know yet.