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It changed my perception of the most sick, viewing the most people as oppose to figure heads or kind of just the monarchy I suppose. I don't think it could help but not do that cuz you get to know about what they've experienced. And that comes from the fact that you get to know she was 25, lost her father, and suddenly had this biggest job in the world that she was massively unprepared for and had no idea how to do it.
>> It's not as easy as it looks.>> That's exactly what the king said.>> I remember.
This way's I could borrow it for a couple of days. Just to practice.>> Or it challenges us to think differently about the Moore Family and to view the much more as human beings there I say because I think often we can get that, we can sort of view them in such a distance.
If we forget the blood ain't blue it's red, you know what I mean.