It is on record that the weather, at that moment, was of the finest English quality; he took long walks and explored London in every direction; he sat by the hour in Kensington Gardens and beside the adjoining Drive, watching the people and the horses and the carriages; the rosy English beauties, the wonderful English dandies, and the splendid flunkies
I wasted so much time praying that the roof would fall in on these dispiriting flunkies
that I had but little left to bestow upon palace and pictures.
One melancholy man, appointed to admit the visitors, sat solitary in the lower regions--the last of the flunkies
, mouldering in an extinct servants' hall.
It's bad enough Nick Clegg talking about reforming the House of Lords and then having his flunkies
Maybe it's payback to those flunkies
she says did so much to undermine her when she was duchess.
Either she's misguided or it's a clever payback to royal flunkies
she claims did so much to undermine her when she was Duchess.
He used his bandana to protect his lovely cheeks from the elements and flunkies
rushed to his aid to wrap him in a blanket to heat him up - which nicely covered up the poor lamb's fashion faux pas.
He needed a team of flunkies
to help him through the ticket barrier, he had no clue what an Oyster card was and both he and Camilla looked like a pair of doddery old fogies who'd been sedated and let out of the care home on a day trip.
I have been around a bit too long to believe administrators of hospitals or royal flunkies
when they give out bulletins.
Only those chosen by voters should have any right to vote on legislation for the citizens of this nation, not political flunkies
appointed for favours, pensions, and ethnic expediency.
But Mrs Rooney is no amateur when it comes to partying, and - contrary to popular belief - she doesn't have flunkies
to do everything for her.
The List, drawn up by a secretive committee of senior Cabinet Office officials and the Queen's top flunkies
from Buckingham Palace, has now sparked fury.