Emperor Christian Victor I

Emperor Christian Victor I

Saturday, 22 November 2014

Wonderful Weekends (Official Portraits of the Earl and Countess Basquith)

We are glad to slowly but surely begin to post more regularly after the Arcwhite crisis got all the media coverage of late. Today we post our first Wonderful weekends for what seemed to be a very long while.The Earl and Countess Basquith have decided to join their peers in releasing an official portrait set. It has as we have seen become a bit of a fashion amongst our Nobles from the former Empire of Scot-Britania of late to release these portraits to continue fanning the flame of monarchic popular sentiment. It also seems to be working well as these photos score thousands of hits as they go viral each time. 

His Lordship and Her Ladyship, the Earl and Countess Basquith. 

The Earl, looking very stern as usual, opted for holding his coronet of rank in his hand which, by the way, is considered one of the official ways of doing it in a portrait of this caliber. His Lordship used to avoid the media glare but has of late, along with his even more reclusive wife attended public Royal events and now also granted this photo opportunity.

The camera shy Countess made for a successful Noblewoman pose in this, her close-up. She wore the Basquith Tiara and a glitzy green mini dress.

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