Fue breve, los chicos querían volver a jugar con sus primos y no pasar el rato hablando por teléfono.Pero esa llamada se quedó en mi memoria, pesa bastante.El programa forma parte de una serie de homenajes a Diana ante el próximo 20mo aniversario de su muerte el 31 de agosto de 1997.Cuando alguien me dice ‘así que era divertida, danos un ejemplo’, todo lo que oigo es su risa en mi cabeza, dijo Enrique.Guillermo contó una historia que reveló la vida privilegios que tenía de niños.Lo organizó para que cuando llegara a casa de la escuela estuvieran Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington y Naomi Campbell esperando en lo alto de las escaleras.Guillermo dijo que habla a menudo a sus hijos _el príncipe Jorge, de 4 años, y la princesa Carlota, de 2 años_ sobre Diana para que ella sea una presencia en las vidas de sus nietos.
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AROUND THE WEB
- Príncipes de Inglaterra recuerdan última llamada con Diana
By Por GREGORY KATZ, Associated Press - Sunday Jul 23, 2017
- ‘The Mathematics of Love’ doesn’t add up
By Lily Janiak - Tuesday Aug 15, 2017
Peaches (Rose Portillo) can’t remember where she is, why she’s there, that her kids have long grown up or that Daughter (Sarita Ocón) lost a partner two months ago.Celebrating her 50th wedding anniversary with Poppa (George Killingsworth) in the Los Angeles Biltmore Hotel, she compulsively scrubs toilets and folds towels, thinking she’s still the hired help she was in her youth at a Tijuana casino.Time-traveling to the 18th century, when she checks into that era’s version of the Biltmore, Mission Spa and Towers, she has her own slave, Girl (Portillo once again), who jockeys for space on a sleeping mat with Nana (Carla Pantoja), a stinky-footed hotel staffer and the only character to remain roughly the same, no matter the epoch of the moment.In childhood, Peaches wasn’t exactly sold by her mother to the predatory casino owner, the town’s “bossman, la tortilla and el frijol para la familia.”Each time characters suggest they care about something — that God might arrive soon, that Nana might tell Girl a secret, that Poppa, recoiling from Peaches’ barbs, has lost his appetite — its importance magically dissolves within a line or two.Pantoja’s Nana can tell someone off just in the way she silently plunks a straw in a glass, and Ocón, in a mostly thankless role, makes hurt into a whole range of experience.The Biltmore’s ceiling beams reflect magentas, bronzes and marigolds against a turquoise backdrop, endowing the world of the play with the faraway, slightly sad and kitschy feel of a well-appointed fish tank.If at first it’s disarming and refreshing to be at a show that lets its characters take their time padding in and out, before long you might get the urge to go Frederick W. Taylor on the play and shave away minutes and minutes of unnecessary silence.
- Matt Harvey’s first rehab start set: Where will he pitch?
By Mike Puma - Friday Aug 11, 2017
PHILADELPHIA — Matt Harvey’s season is moving toward a return to the Mets. The right-hander’s next step will be a stop Saturday for Single-A Brooklyn at the Hudson Valley Renegades in Wappingers Falls, where Harvey will make his first rehab start in his recovery from a stress injury in his right scapula. Harvey, who has...
- Matt Harvey ‘extremely happy’ after rocky rehab appearance
By Thomas Lipe - Sunday Aug 13, 2017
WAPPINGERS FALLS — The Dark Knight took a small step toward getting back to the mound at Citi Field. But before Mets fans get too excited, realize the 2013 All-Star got off to a shaky start in his minor league rehab stint. On Saturday, Mets pitcher Matt Harvey started a live baseball game for the...
- Jacob deGrom doesn’t collapse — but Mets do in meltdown
By Fred Kerber - Sunday Sep 10, 2017
With postseason play residing in the realm of fantasy, the Mets are using their final games as learning tools. Some things Sunday they already knew. Like Jacob deGrom will battle and bite you to death if necessary. Other matters were more sobering. Like Jeurys Familia is not quite ready to pitch back-to-back days. After one...
- Stitchmeister’s no Globetrotter
By Stitches - Saturday Jul 8, 2017
This Brat’s the Wurst. In a week when police officer Miosotis Familia was murdered, NYPD cadets were sworn in, Penn Station was in its latest state of chaos and the homeless population was soaring to 3,892, Burgermeister deBlasio set off for the G-20 summit to protest. “We’re not going to be intimidated by President Trump...