Britain’s Prince Andrew, above with BBC journalist Emily Maitlis, will step down from Royal duties

Now Andrew’s decided to take
A long term professional break
Because being seen
With Jeffrey Epstein
Caused problems the prince cannot shake

John Moynes

Pic: PA

30 thoughts on “A Limerick A Day

        1. paul

          my wife is watching it at the moment and when the kids playing himself and Edward as children appeared she went “awww… wait, which one is… you know?”

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          1. newsjustin

            I must say, I’m really admiring Edward and his cop on. Keeps his head down, does what’s required of him, has a hot wife and smiling kids. I’m sure he potters around his garden or library every day keeping himself busy and amused.
            My kind of Royal Prince.

          2. italia'90

            +1 Janet
            “I’m sure he potters around his garden or library every day keeping himself busy and amused.
            My kind of Royal Prince.”
            stiII pretending he’s not a closeted gay man who was forced to marry a woman because of his royal status.

          3. Spaghetti Hoop

            The embarrassment of Edward being gay has definitely been overshadowed by worse misdemeanours!

          4. newsjustin

            Why do you just assume you know someone’s sexuality? Or know the state of his marriage? What are you basing your views on?

        1. Spaghetti Hoop

          Yep, Harold Wilson is excellent. What is it, his facial expressions or understated comments?
          There’s a wry humour in this season moreso than previous, which shows how well written it is.
          Episode 3 had me in tears (rare for TV to do that for me). Can’t get those Welsh valley images out of my head. Crown team deserve an award for that episode alone.

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          1. Spaghetti Hoop

            Actually visited Aberfan some years ago for work, and spoke to town councillors there and visited the memorial. The disaster was just as raw as the day it happened. Whenever the site was ever mentioned in our meetings, older people’s faces clouded over with sorrow.

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