Royal Highness love

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  • We remember, in one of those ancient Gilray portfolios, a print which used to cause a sort of terror in us youthful spectators, and in which the Prince of Wales (his Royal Highness was a Foxite then) was represented as sitting alone in a magnificent hall after a voluptuous meal, and using a great steel fork in the guise of a toothpick.

    John Leech's Pictures of Life and Character

  • COOPER: Those, of course, were two of the big stars of the day, Prince William and Prince Harry, here to attend the wedding of their father to the man -- to the woman, Camilla Parker Bowles, now known as her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Cornwall.

    CNN Transcript Apr 9, 2005

  • Her Royal Highness was a pattern of energy in all she undertook; and it had been the habit of her lifetime to receive three evenings a week.

    The Genius

  • We remember, in one of those ancient Gilray portfolios, a print which used to cause a sort of terror in us youthful spectators, and in which the Prince of Wales (his Royal Highness was a Foxite then) was represented as sitting alone in a magnificent hall after a voluptuous meal, and using a great steel fork in the guise of a toothpick.

    John Leech's Pictures of Life and Character

  • I shrewdly suspect, that his Royal Highness has been the dupe of that sentiment, and was taken at his word when he least suspected it; like my predecessor, Lord Harrington, who when he went into the closet to resign the seals, had them not about him: so sure he thought himself of being pressed to keep them.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Earl of Chesterfield Works

  • Thus, if I am not mistaken, the late Duke of Gloucester, who was a nephew of George III., was not a 'Royal Highness' until he married the Princess

    The Greville Memoirs (Second Part) A Journal of the Reign of Queen Victoria from 1837 to 1852 (Volume 1 of 3)

  • People’s self-love is very apt to make them think themselves more necessary than they are: and I shrewdly suspect, that his Royal Highness has been the dupe of that sentiment, and was taken at his word when he least suspected it; like my predecessor, Lord Harrington, who when he went into the closet to resign the seals, had them not about him: so sure he thought himself of being pressed to keep them.

    Letters to his son on The Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman

  • "Ah!" replied the Duke, "his Royal Highness is our Sovereign, and can do what he pleases; but this I will say, the cavalry of other European armies have won victories for their generals, but mine have invariably got me into scrapes.

    Reminiscences of Captain Gronow

  • His Royal Highness and I were to meet for the first time.

    Jill Lynne: Adventures In Dog Adoption

  • His Royal Highness and I were to meet for the first time.

    Jill Lynne: Adventures In Dog Adoption

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