Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Don't cry for me, Argentina

10 Comments:

Blogger kinglear said...

if I may say so, I thought Sam,Mark's wife, the granddaughter and Clegg's wife were all appropriately dressed. Cherie Blair looked as if she had popped into an Oxfam shop to get a specially non-fitting wrinkled outfit - and grabbed a hat on the way out. Which didn't fir.

8:26 am  
Blogger Winchester whisperer said...

Hi KL - I agree with your fashion critique apart from SamCam. Not keen on the beige (particularly the shoes). I thought Carol Thatcher was elegant and was sorry for her when her hat came unstuck at the end. The Queen was the best dressed IMHO.

9:09 am  
Blogger Winchester whisperer said...

The other thing that struck me is that while a tear fell down GO's cheek (didn't show very well in this photo), his wife looked very unamused and ignored him.

9:12 am  
Blogger kinglear said...

Yes I saw that too. And HM is always most appropriately dressed for every occasion....

12:51 pm  
Anonymous Portinari said...

But, mes amis, what about the granddaughter? I thought that she was excellent. Good voice, well turned out and poised - a chip off the old block but without that ghastly off the shelf voice of her grand mother. Watch this space.

1:24 pm  
Blogger Eurodog said...

As a tribute to Mrs T. I ressurected a 1980's handbag known in my family as "Mummy's Mrs Thatcher's".

6:18 pm  
Blogger Winchester whisperer said...

Maybe Portinari. Very good to see you and the Portinari clan on Tuesday.

Bravo ED! (A Launer?)

6:46 pm  
Blogger kinglear said...

Sadly, I suspect the granddaughter is American - which means she will be President rather than Prime Minister.

11:23 am  
Blogger kinglear said...

Although she does have dual nationality. Hmmmm.....

8:11 am  
Blogger Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Excellent heading!

7:17 pm  

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