The working title of the programme was "Eurovision Song Contest for Children", branded with the name of the EBU's already popular song competition, the Eurovision Song Contest.
Their Royal Highnesses made the 250-mile trip up from London on the Royal Train, which has eight deep-purple coaches adorned with the crest of the House of Windsor and interiors decorated in dark-green velvet; they spent the night on a siding outside the train station in Darlington, the largest nearby city. ” he bellowed when I asked how he thought the Duchess was taking to her new royal duties.)Prince Charles stepped off the train first, followed by Camilla.A half-dozen pho-tographers from the Royal Rota (or press rotation) greeted them as their train pulled in this morning, as did Lord Crathorne, the lord-lieutenant of North Yorkshire, Her Majesty’s representative for the county, erect and spiffy in his full-dress black uniform, complete with epaulets, medals, and sword. He wore one of his customary double-breasted bespoke suits with a light-blue shirt, a navy-blue-and-yellow rep tie, and brown leather shoes so old but well maintained that they gleamed like agate.The Duchess, too, has adopted a kind of public uniform since acquiring her title.I have no business writing anything about Americans who are currently in their teens and early 20s. And The New York Times, which prefers the term "Generation Y," when describing non-Xers, can't decide: Yers are "the young people between 10 and 24 who are the children of baby boomers," according to a 2000 story in that paper; this suggests that Yers were born from 1976-90. journalists, marketing consultants, and pop demographers alike have long been fascinated by the ethical, sweet-natured, hard-working, thrifty, and public-spirited Millennials. Got a beef with my periodization, or different generational name suggestions? Born between 19 and still unsure about whether you're a Boomer, Xer, Yer, or Millennial? Newsweek, meanwhile, has described the Millennials as those Americans born between 19.