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As The Duke of York takes to Facebook to talk about promises, we suggest one that he should definitely make


Somewhat ironically given his current predicament, The Duke of York took to Facebook yesterday to talk about promises.


The Duke of York on promises
The Duke of York on promises


In a post referring to his having abseiled down The Shard, The Duke commented: “I promised someone I wouldn’t do it again. When that person is the Monarch you keep that promise”.


Despite none of the allegations made by Virginia Roberts against The Duke and others having been proved true, we’re sure of one thing: The Monarch would probably prefer her son make a promise to never see Jeffrey Epstein again.



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1 comment on “Promises”

  1. My Facebook’ friends ‘ have multiplied exponentially in a decibel fashion….some have brought with them terrible freaks and people who haven’t benefited from an education that you or I might understand the word
    Also I am worried about catching something nasty and passing it on, not to mention the reflected disgrace of having these folk in my day
    What to do?

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