The Queen has more jewels than she could possibly ever wear in her lifetime. I suspect she has gifted more than one of her grand and great grands with a nice piece from her stash.
I doubt she is giving it to the kid to wear, but, as a sentimental gift directly from her, for the child to cherish as he/she grows. Remember, the Queen is going to be 93 years old tomorrow. The odds this child is going to remember her very well or at all are very remote. She isn't going to be there for this child's graduation or marriage or other occasion when a piece of fine jewelry would make more sense.
Also, remember a lot of the stuff in these news stories is plain ole' BS.
Yep, my husband is a redhead, I'm a brunette, and our daughter is blonde (dark blonde, but still). And H has blue eyes, I have brown eyes, and D has hazel/green eyes. Genetics are fascinating.
As for the ep...yeah, didn't care about many of the story lines. And Contacts can do much better--HAOG seems like an a-hole.
Waterston Fan replied to CuriousParker's topic in Other Dramas
I didn't care for Genuis and I thought the idea of a guy asking for the death penalty would not really happen in real life. But I would think that the courts would not allow him to be put to death if he asked for it even if it was a felony.
Maritime with the football player who went missing with two others was interesting and sad at the same time. I would have thought the police would have been watching the bank accounts once they found out they were missing.
Didn't care for Seer as I thought it was strange that they didn't try to find out about the glove more and I would have though the defense should have picked up on it.
Lennie is so loveable and such a wise ass, I loved him. I do wonder how he would have been with Lupo or Bernard towards the end if the cancer didn't kill him. 😞
He was right to do it but it isn't that big a deal in the larger scale question of what matters to the little guy of Westeros. They either don't care or are actively rooting for Wildings deaths. Plus he failed at his big moment. He only saved like 1/3rd of them. So 2/3rds of them are now in the army of the dead. That is a "failed" mission. This in no way qualifies him for leader of the 7 kingdoms. Maybe leader of the Wildings. No one else really cares in this world.
And apparently unable to learn from these things. I mean what will it take, for him to be stabbed in the back... oh wait... he has been stabbed.
I get what you're saying, but, in this case, where Heath Ledger is dead and his daughter doesn't remember him; I could see Michelle telling her that more to let her know something special about her father rather than as a story about herself. Telling Matilda that her father loved her mother for herself is a good message.
Danny Franks replied to BetterButter's topic in Movies
One would hope that Tony being stuck with Nebula should stop him from navel-gazing and lamenting his tragic life. She's not going to stand for that shit, and as soon as he starts, she should be shutting it down.
Gimmick Genius replied to Athena's topic in Jeopardy!
James also gave the wrong answer on the "Lenny and Jerry" clue. And then seemed to kick himself as a he realized his mistake. Instead of ROBBINS, he said "Who is HERMAN." To be fair, Jerry Herman WAS a Broadway composer and a contemporary of Leonard Bernstein. But still a careless wrong answer.