The historical importance of Princess Beatriz’s wedding bouquet

The entire civilization knows Princess Beatrice, daughter of Prince Andy, Prince Andy, whom we and Ghislaine do not speak of, who has just married businessman Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi on the grounds of the Royal Lodge of Windsor. Due to the coronavirus, not Andrew, only 20 guests, including His Majesty.

The wedding bouquet contained myrtle. In 1840, when Queen Victoria married Albert, her grandmother introduced a myrtle bush. Her Maj replanted that at home. When her daughter married in 1858, Mom gave her a sentimental twig. Tradition endures. All subsequent royal wedding bouquets contain myrtle.

Jill Brooke, a former Post columnist, knew this, plus she knows that myrtle means loyalty, faithfulness, and good luck.
Whoever talks about flowers should hear that the bride also wanted Sweet Avalanche roses. The groom, white scented roses Norma Jean. What a tradition that is, who knows, but with a quick two-week notice, Rob Van Helden’s RVH floral design found it.

Please try to pay attention …

Roses will also come is another former columnist. Joanna Molloy. She is co-author of “The Greatest Beer 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 is about returning from the streets of Vietnam to the jungles of Manhattan …

Maybe it’s not about roses is the Lifetime title “Surviving Jeffrey Epstein”. Follow Emmy nominated “Surviving R. Kelly”. May we only survive these survivals. It’s two nights, four hours, August 9 and 10, a year after Epstein’s farewell …

Remember the “fat” from 1978? He’s getting a prequel, detailing the details of when Sandy (Olivia Newton-John) and Danny (John Travolta) haven’t yet teamed up as branch-lama-dinga-dong …

Warner Bros. and Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet”, the first major event to rejuvenate theaters, was due to open on July 17. Then on July 31. Then on August 12. Now there is no date. Maybe abroad first. Also, maybe not all of the US states are waiting with their breaths in for the movie industry, theaters, candy vendors, candy eaters.

Golden water to simple refreshment

The 1964 Republican Convention. The Cow’s Palace. San Francisco. Moderate Nelson Rockefeller versus conservative Barry Goldwater. Goldwater was nominated. Rockefeller was booed.

Goldwater delegates had a silent majority and produced 40,000 cans of soda with the Gold Water label. His slogan: “In your heart, you know he is right.”

The people elected Democrat Lyndon B. Johnson. After Goldwater’s defeat, no one knew what to do with the soda cans. Then they put a label on each one that said “In your heart, you know it’s ginger ale.”

We used to dine

Not having been in a restaurant for what seems like an eternity, we have to resort to memories.

Some old cold dishes appear. Like when the Boston Globe reported that waiters remember George Clooney, filming “The Perfect Storm,” eating at the L’Amante Italian restaurant. The chef declined his request for tomato sauce to accompany his risotto. And co-star Mark Wahlberg went unnoticed by patrons when he posed as a doorman checking IDs at Crow’s Nest bar. You can find a photo of Clooney and Wahlberg posing at the bar if you’re interested.

“My ex-boyfriend was kicked out of Alcoholics Anonymous. They gave him the 12-step program, and he fell for each one. “

Only in New York, children, only in New York.