The Royal Chronicles

Author\’s commentary, Special Features, Outtakes, and Extras from Marilyn\’s Royal Blog

Archive for June, 2007

Marilyn on CBC Newsworld

Posted by Marilyn on June 30, 2007

Sometimes lusting for fame and glory can pay off! Today I had the opportunity to be interviewed by Andrew Nichols of CBC Newsworld about Princes William and Harry and the Concert for Diana

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By permission of CBC Newsworld. Thanks to Andrea at the CBC.

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Meet Marilyn

Posted by Marilyn on June 25, 2007

Okay, maybe you’re wondering what I really look like. Or maybe you don’t. Anyways, here for you now, is how I look – as a character on The Simpsons. If you’d like to know how you would look – go to the site for The Simpson’s upcoming movie.

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 Marilyn

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The new royal blog on the block

Posted by Marilyn on June 19, 2007

Apparently¬†The Queen has now joined the ranks of royal bloggers with Lilibet’s Royal Blog.

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Excerpts from the NBC interview with Princes William and Harry

Posted by Marilyn on June 18, 2007

Some excerpts from the interview with Prince William and Prince Harry to mark the 10th anniversary of their mother’s death.

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I’m off on vacation!!!!!!

Posted by Marilyn on June 2, 2007

I’m going on vacation, so I won’t be updating this blog for a week. Taking a trip to Cleveland, Ohio. I’m going to check out the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and eat whatever Cleveland is famous for!

Who knows, there might even be something royal to blog about too!

In the interim, feel free to browse the archives of this blog or Marilyn’s Royal Blog. I’ve created a drop down menu of labels for my posts there (to the left under the archives menu) – Commentary! Satire! Royal Jewels! Royal Profiles! Royal Trivia!

It’s (almost) all there! (okay, enough with the exclamation marks)

Take care,

Marilyn :o)

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