Views:41074|Rating:4.67|View Time:4:17Minutes|Likes:223|Dislikes:16 – Happy 11th Birthday to James, Viscount Severn (born 17 December 2007) is the younger child and only son of Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and the youngest grandchild of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. He is tenth in line of succession to the British throne.
– Jacobo, vizconde Severn (James Alexander Philip Theo Mountbatten-Windsor; nacido el 17 de diciembre de 2007) es un miembro de la Familia Real Británica. Es el segundo hijo y único varón del príncipe Eduardo, conde de Wessex y Sofía, condesa de Wessex. James es el nieto menor de la reina Isabel de Inglaterra y su esposo el príncipe Felipe, Duque de Edimburgo.
– James, viscount Severn (James Alexander Philip Theo Mountbatten-Windsor) (født 17. december 2007) er en britisk prins, som er medlem af den britiske kongefamilie.
Han er den eneste søn og det yngste barn af prins Edward (født 1964) og Sophie Rhys-Jones (født 1965).
Han er det yngste barnebarn af dronning Elizabeth 2. af Storbritannien og prinsgemalen Prins Philip, hertug af Edinburgh.
Views:13969|Rating:4.81|View Time:32:10Minutes|Likes:363|Dislikes:14 A Master Gardener’s Legacy | Dad’s Backyard Garden is Now Tended By Son | Tour a Decades Old Backyard Food Forest! Share this link if you like this video:
This #backyard #garden is really incredible. I was introduced to Dr. Al in Mesa, Arizona a few years ago by my friend Shamus O’Leary. A few months after meeting Dr. Al and touring his incredible edible garden and landscape he sadly passed away. One thing I love about gardening is that your work in the garden will out live you and inspire/feed others even after your time living on Earth has passed. This fact is shown in Dr. Al’s garden. Dr. Al’s amazing son Alexander now tends to his Dad’s garden and in doing so is able to continue to learn from and connect with his father as well as the plants his father loved and cared so much about! Thank you to Alexander for allow us to video a tour of this inspirational backyard and front yard garden! Enjoy…
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27:49 FRANKEN-TREE STONE FRUIT
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Views:727|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:11Minutes|Likes:4|Dislikes:0 St. Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow, Scotland.
GV St. Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow (for superimposed title). SV Women guests arriving. SCU Men and women guests arriving, one man in Scottish kilt. SV A very small bridesmaid in white frock. SV Pan, another small bridesmaid carrying bouquet. SV People looking over railings. SV Field Marshall Lord Bernard Montgomery walking towards, dressed in “blues” gold braid and spurs of a Colonel-in-Chief of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Pan as he enters Church. LV Bride, Mary Connell, arriving with her father, Charles Connell. SV Pan, bride Mary Connell, arriving with her father. LV St. Mary’s Church, Glasgow. SV CU Bride, David Montgomery and groom leaving Church. SV Pan, bride and groom leaving Church. SV A group of small bridesmaids and pages. SV Monty dressed in Colonel-in-Chief uniform posing for cameras with Mrs. Charles Connell, mother of the bride.
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