Saturday, November 18, 2017

A new statement from Nicholas Medforth-Mills

Nicholas Medforth-Mills released a statement this morning in response to the comments made by Andrew Popper.


6 comments:

Cheryl Ciucevich said...

Golly! This inane family squabble gets more ridiculous by the day. Nucholas de Rumanie Medforth-Mills, no matter how unfairly he thinks he has been treated true or not, should keep to himself, and allow his grandfather to die in peace. Instead, he keeps trying to assert his "side". I think it is selfish and disrespectful.

MAXny said...

Wow...good for you Nicholas...defend yourself!!!

Matthew Plooster said...

And the saga continues. Comparing these statements to the interview with a member of the royal household, it appears that Nicholas makes some rather salient points...and it will be interesting to see how CR responds. Makes me wonder what other royal houses are thinking as this series of events continues to unfold...

www.maltagenealogy.com said...

The turmoils will set to continue sadly now if King Michael passes away into the future. Very likely the Crown Princess will have to make some clarity to the world what and whom are the royal family if it is to move forward. Hopefully the Government of Roumania will help concrete the future of the Pretension of the royal family.

I feel sorry for such a quiet and respectable royal family that has become so much like other recent exiled into squabbling over claims, succession and those in between.

I shall watch with much interest.

I am in two minds with Mr Nick M-M. Though time will tell what and where this shall lead.

julaine said...

I believe Nicholas and have from the beginning. Unfortunately, the manipulation of the elderly, particularly as they become more frail physically and mentally, are all too common. Nothing about the character of King Michael indicates that he would refuse to speak to or reconcile with a grandchild if he was of sound mind unless vital information has been withheld from him.

juan said...

I don't understand why a grandson isn't allowed to see his dying granfather. Don't think HM the King wants really that.Princess Margareta is too strict with her nephew.