By DAVID STRINGER, Associated Press David Stringer, Associated Press Sun Nov 7, 8:23 am ET
LONDON Now it's the socialite network Britain's Queen Elizabeth II has joined Facebook, launching a series of official pages offering the website's 500 million users daily updates on her engagements, the royal household said Sunday.
The 84-year-old British monarch will be featured in videos, photos and news items on the site, which will be available from Monday, alongside other members of the country's royal family, including Princes William and Harry.
I'm sure she isn't the one typing the updates..LOL
...sure she will...she's got her ole blackberry tucked away in that handbag of hers...i'm hopin' she'll be textin'/tweetin' away....asking for donations to pay for a new hat or two....or trying to find Charles a new woman....or tips on trainin' corgis to pee off the palace balcony...and posin' questions like "is chasin' a poor defenseless fox around on horseback while yer sippin' a cuppa tea really hunting?"
I just Love it...Love It! You're never too old...She's certainly gotten her share of the "bird". I can just picture her reading some of my "Hubs" and really getting into them. Imagine "Fan Mail" from the Queen...What a Hoot...Really I mean it Elizabeth...May I call you Elizabeth?...and you can call me, b. Malin...and we'll hold our "Tea Cups" high and maybe even "voice chat"! Now what do you think of that!
by Max Zvyagintsev4 years ago
I don't spend a lot of time on facebook. I wake up, I make breakfast, I check my emails, read the news, and if I have time left - I'll glance at my facebook page and see if I have any messages. But why do you feel I...
by Brichmeister6 years ago
I probably spend 2 hours a day during the summer on fb..its kinda ridiculous...I'm so much less productive than I should be but its soo addicting
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