But baby, I’m just passing time ร—

Oliver’s in Granger Market, Newcastle


Raspberry Nutella Brownie from Pet Lamb, Granger Market, Newcastle

- I always want you when I’m coming down -


Episode 3, Season 10 of Keeping Up With The Kardashians Airs Tomorrow, 9/8c only on E!


Charles Greyย 

He may be based on Sir Charles Grey, who was a private secretary for Prince Albert. When Prince Albert died in 1861, he became Queen Victoria’s private secretary until his death in 1870

Charles Grey (British Army officer); โ€œHe was born in Northumberland, England in 1804, the son of Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey and younger brother of Henry, the 3rd Earl Grey.

Grey joined the British Army as a sub-lieutenant in 1820 and commanded the 73rd Regiment from 1833 to 1842. Grey represented Wycombe in the British House of Commons from 1832 to 1837, defeating Disraeli to win the seat. ย 

Grey came to Canada with his brother-in-law, John Lambton, 1st Earl of Durham, in 1838. Grey was named a member of the Executive Council and Special Council of Lower Canada in June of that year and served until 2 November.

He returned to England with Lambton later in November. He was promoted to general in 1865. Grey served as secretary to Prince Albert from 1849 to 1861 and as secretary to the Queen from 1861 until his death in 1870โ€ณ

Charles Philipps

Charles Phipps may be based on Sir Charles Beaumont Phipps.

Sir Charles Beaumont Phipps (27 December 1801 โ€“ 24 February 1866), was a British soldier and courtier.

โ€œHe was the second son of Henry Phipps, 1st Earl of Mulgrave, and was born at the family estate of Mulgrave Castle in 1801. Educated at Harrow, Phipps joined the army by purchasing a commission as an ensign and lieutenant in the Scots Fusilier Guards on 17 August 1820.

On 1 August 1846, Phipps was appointed an Equerry in Ordinary to Queen Victoria, succeeding Charles George James Arbuthnot.

He was appointed private secretary to Prince Albert on 1 January 1847. On October 10, 1849, Phipps replaced George Edward Anson as Keeper of the Privy Purse, Treasurer and Cofferer to the Prince of Wales, and Treasurer to Prince Albert, resigning his post as private secretary.

Phipps was much in the confidence of Victoria and Albert, and aided Charles Grey in his duties as Private Secretary to the Sovereign after the death of Albert in 1861.

Phipps died of bronchitis at St James’s Palace on 24 February 1866, and was buried in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle on 2 March 1866โ€ณ.

Move on, leave, run away, escape this place… but don’t forget about me, about us, about this town. Always remember where you come from so you can appreciate how far you’ve come.
—  c.j.n.