The Queen and Barbara Bush both seemed to rule with the same style. Kindness and civility appeared to play an important role in motivating the people they met. More on Saturday from The Royal Albert Hall. #WorldlyFellow#OnTheRoyalWatchGodSaveTheQueen
THE QUEEN celebrates her 92nd birthday today, 21 April 2018.
This evening Her Majesty, accompanied by members of her family, will attend a concert in her honour at the Royal Albert Hall. It will be broadcast on BBC One from 8.00pm.
If you watch the most famous family in the world you know that today's annoucement of a royal wedding was well planned and well executed to the last detail. Nothing left to chance for Meghan and Harry. Low key announcement from the Prince of Wales...check...formal picture to be released..check...schedule pre-taped interview later tonight...a big royal spring season ahead. More news ahead.#OnTheRoyalWatch#WorldlyFellow
The party begins in just a few hours 50 miles outside of London. The only drama left to reveal is Prince Harry and his date for this evening. Could another royal engagement be on the horizon?#WCIURoyalReport
London: The world now knows the detailed ritual that will follow the death of Queen Elizabeth II. While the Queen is in good health....the monarch leaves nothing to chance.#LongLiveTheQueen
"The prime minister will be woken and civil servants will say 'London Bridge is down' on secure lines. The news will go out to the 15 governments outside the UK... where the Queen is also the head of state, and the 36 other nations of the Commonwealth for whom she has served as a symbolic figurehead – a face familiar in dreams and the untidy drawings of a billion schoolchildren – since the dawn of the atomic age."
Is the Queen pissed about a new mini series set to premier on Netflix? Is London falling or just the pound? After a long...long....long Cub game....when should panic set in? Fun to be in studio with Brian Noonan! #CubPower#The Queen WantsAWin#NoExcusesTonight
Dateline London: If you are a music buff you want to add a stay inside Abbey Road on your bucket list. #St.John'sWood#FavoriteNeighborhood#WorldlyFellowOnTheMove#TotallyWorthIt
David Cameron has spoken to the Queen this morning and will stand down after six years as PM. Will Boris Johnson be the next PM? Notice how quiet he has been this morning. BBC anchor David Dimbley, the Walter Cronkite of tv journalism has been on the air for the past 11 hours. He is 77 and going strong. What's next...if you can't sleep or you live in Europe tune in to WGN Radio.....will be on the air with Nick Digilio shortly after 3:30am Chicago time or 9:30am here in London.
The polls remain open till 10pm.as voting on the Brexit referendum continues. Will it come down to voting your heart or your pocketbook? Should this be a decision that is made by politicians? It's like peeling back an onion to find the truth of what it means to be in or out. On the air this morning with Nick Digilio who drives the overnights for WGN Radio.
Nick of course asked...how will it end. I hope you'll listen to his show and podcast to find out!
Family and duty...64- years of service and still going strong. She has remained true to the promise she made when she was 21. Imagine what her father King George VI would have thought. #BritishPride
Weekly tidbit: The art of letter writing is not lost on Queen Elizabeth II as she describes the early days of romance with Prince Philip. London gets ready for the birthday of the Queen, April 21st. The Queen will spend her birthday at Windsor. Her Majesty is going strong as she approaches 90. The main festivities will be in June starting with a service of Thanksgiving at St. Paul's Cathedral. Meanwhile, Kate and William are representing the Queen this week in India. William tells dinner guest that he never forgets that she The Queen is the boss before she is his grandmother. #AllThingsRoyal #MakingYourMark