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What does Queen Elizabeth carry in that pocketbook?


I mean isn't everything taken care of for her. Car keys? She has a chauffer. Wallet? I'm sure she doesn't have much of a need. Beauty supplies, I'm sure that's taken care of by a team of makeup and hair artists. Cell phone? I'm sure communication to the Queen of England is the best . The only things I can think of are tissues and breath mints! Any other ideas?

 

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    billd01603 4 years ago

    Twilight Lawns, Sorry about that. Pocketbook is an Americanism for handbag. Actually, handbag makes more sense.


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    Twilight Lawns 4 years ago

    I love that comment, MountainManJake. I am laughing out loud.

    Well said.

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    MickS 4 years ago

    Ah, but this question is about her handbag, I think, she will carry her purse in her handgag, usually, people use a purse to carry money.

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    Mazzy Bolero 4 years ago

    Assuming you are British (as I am) pocketbook is American for handbag. I'd love to know why, since it's not a book, nor does it go in your pocket. But there must be a reason.


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