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  1. Hello, Since I live in Australia I am thinking about going to the Cartier Exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra (being a lover of royal jewels!). So I can confirm to you that since the exhibition starts on 30 March and runs to 22 July 2018 and since the Cartier Halo tiara is billed as being in the exhibiton, that therefore this is very unlikely to be the tiara Meaghan will wear on her wedding day. Here's the link to the website:

  2. How do I unsubscribe? All the comments come to my email account :(

    1. Hello,

      Do you see an 'unsubscribe' option at the bottom of the email?

  3. Charlotte I can't even imagine how vile the comments must be to compel you to turn off responses to your blog. You say you will post again when things settle down but I fear that won't be any time soon. Things have only gotten worse, as we see with the uproar over Camilla's party and Jeremy Clarkson's execrable words. At the same time, the primary hate accounts on Twitter have been allowed to return to the platform, increasing the madness. Do what you need to do to take care of yourself, but please don't wait too long -- you are one of the few voices of truth and compassion out there and your perspective is needed more than ever.

    1. I truly appreciate your comment, thank you!


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