The historical significance of Princess Beatrice’s wedding bouquet

All civilization tells Princess Beatrice, who is the daughter of beau Randy Handy Brandy Prince Andy, of whom we will not talk more, just married businessman Edoardo Melli Mozi on the Royal Lodge grounds in Windsor. Due to coronovirus, not Andrew, only 20 guests, including herries.

The wedding vase had a myrtle. In 1840, when Queen Victoria married Albert, her grandmother presented an antelope broom. His Major replied that he was at home. When her daughter was married in 1858, Mummy handed her a sentimental look. The tradition ends. All subsequent royal wedding bouquets have myrtle.

Former Post columnist Jill Brooke knew this, as well as knowing that Myrtle means loyalty, trust and good fortune.
Anyone who speaks a flower should hear that the bride should also sweet sweet rose. The groom rose white, fragrant Norma Jean. Who knows the tradition, who knows – but at two weeks’ notice, Rob van Helden’s RVH floral design found it.

Please try to pay attention …

Apart from this, the arrival of roses is another former columnist. Joanna Molloy. She co-authored “The Greatest Bear Run Ever: A Memoir of Friendship, Loyalty, and War”. The book is about coming from the streets of Manhattan to the jungles of Vietnam. Maybe the sequel talks of returning from the streets of Vietnam to the jungles of Manhattan…

No Maybe Rose Is Coming Lifetime Docuthing “Alive Jeffrey Epstein Is Alive.” This ami-nominated “Surviving R. Kelly.” Maybe we only survived these lives. It’s two nights, four hours, August 9 and 10, a year after Epstein’s bye-bye …

Remember “Greece” of 1978? It’s getting a prequel, when the details of Sandy (Olivia Newton-John) and Danny (John Travolta) hadn’t yet gone together like Ram-Lama-Dinga-dong …

Warner Bros. and Christopher Nolan’s “Tenité”, the first rejuvenating cinemas of Biggie, was scheduled to open on July 17. Then 31 July. Then 12 August. Now there is no date. Probably foreign first. Plus probably not every state in the United States. The film industry, theaters, candy vendors, candy eaters are waiting with bated breath.

Gilded plain soda

1964 Republican Convention. The Cow Palace. San Francisco. Moderate Nelson Rockefeller vs. conservative Barry Goldwater. Goldwater was nominated. Rockefeller got boo’d.

Goldwater representatives relied on a silent majority and produced 40,000 cans of soda, called gold water. His slogan was: “In your heart, you know he’s right.”

People called Democrat Lyndon B. Chose Johnson. After the defeat of Goldwater, no one knew what to do with soda cans. So they pasted a label on each, which read “In your heart, you know it’s ginger.”

We used to dine outside

It seems like always that after not being in a restaurant, we have to resort to memories.

Some old cold dishes come. When the Boston Globe recalled waiter George Clooney, he said that while filming “The Perfect Storm” at the Italian restaurant L’Amante. The chef refused her request to go with her risotto for ketchup. And co-star Mark Wahlberg was unnoticed by customers when he posed as an ID checking bouncer at the Crowd Nest bar. If you are Pinterested you can find a picture of Clooney and Wahlberg in the bar.

“My ex-boyfriend was expelled from the benami property of alcoholics. He gave her a 12-step schedule – and she dropped every one of them. “

Only in New York, kids, only in New York.