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: Sleeping in the streets and pulling out their hair for someone they never knew. And they think we're mad!
: Move over, Cabbage.
: Your tea is getting cold!
: It's not right, you know. HM Queen Elizabeth II
: No, but further discussion is no longer helpful, either.
HM Queen Elizabeth II
: [Charles comes into the room during news report
] Charles, isn't this awful?
] HM Queen Elizabeth II
: What are you going to do about the boys? Prince Charles
: Let them sleep until we know more. HM Queen Elizabeth II
: Yes, that's sensible. Prince Charles
: I should go to Paris, I told my people to start organizing a jet. HM Queen Elizabeth II
: What, a private one? Prince Charles
: Yes. HM Queen Elizabeth II
: Isn't that precisely the sort of extravagance they always attack us for? Prince Charles
: How else am I supposed to get to Paris at this time? The airport at Aberdeen will be closed and... HM The Queen Mother
: Charles dear, use the Royal Flight; they keep one plane on permanent standby, in case I should kick the bucket. HM Queen Elizabeth II
: No, Mummy, that's out of the question; this isn't a matter of State. Prince Charles
: What are you talking about? HM Queen Elizabeth II
: Diana's no longer a member of the Royal Family, she's not an HRH, this is a private matter! Prince Charles
: She's mother to your grandchildren! HM The Queen Mother
: What is happening now? Prince Philip
: I don't know; I can't hear, everyone shouting!
: Your sister called, from Tuscany. HM Queen Elizabeth II
: I hope you told her to come back, cut her holiday short. Prince Philip
: I did. HM Queen Elizabeth II
: I'd imagine she was pleased. Prince Philip
: That's putting it milder. HM Queen Elizabeth II
: What did she say? Prince Philip
: Something about Diana managing to be even more annoying dead than alive. HM Queen Elizabeth II
: Just make sure you never let the boys hear you talk like that!
: Elton John wishes to sing at the funeral. Should be a first for Westminster Abbey.
: [discussing the guest list for Diana's funeral
] A chorus line of soap stars and homosexuals.
[On the Sheriff of Nottingham closing the Archer Tournament early by asking the competitors to hit as close as they can to his arrow at 100 paces
] Prince Philip
: What's this? Gwyn
: To end it quickly is all. He has better things to do. Torture prisoners, levy taxes. He wouldn't dare do this if my father was here! Prince Philip
: Is he good? Gwyn
[Sheriff of Nottingham scores a bullseye
] Prince Philip
: Then apparently very lucky.