Mrs T and the House of Windsor.
SOME people might call Margaret Tyler a touch eccentric ...
Those who have stepped inside the mum-of-four's home would probably say she is a few diamonds short of the crown jewels crown jewels
Ornaments used at the coronation of a monarch and the formal ensigns of monarchy worn or carried on state occasions, as well as collections of personal jewelry consolidated by European sovereigns as valuable assets of their royal houses and the offices they .
For she has turned her modest home into a shrine to the House of Windsor Noun 1. House of Windsor - the British royal family since 1917
dynasty - a sequence of powerful leaders in the same family
Duke of Windsor, Edward, Edward VIII - King of England and Ireland in 1936; his marriage to Wallis Warfield Simpson .
And Margaret can sit down to tea with the Royal Family - well, their life-size cut-outs anyway.
Every room is packed wall-to-wall with royal memorabilia. The bizarre collection includes a Camilla Parker Bowles SCARECROW Scarecrow
goes to Wizard of Oz to get brains. [Am. Lit.: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz]
See : Ignorance
can’t live up to his name. [Am. Lit.: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz; Am. , 16 concrete corgis and slippers.
Margaret, 55, who named one of her sons after Prince Andrew, said: "Even as a little girl, I was interested in the Royal Family. Maybe it's because I was an only child.
"The royals are like an extension of your own family, aren't they?"
Film crews from around the world have visited Margaret, who has a Queen of Hearts Queen of Hearts
constantly orders beheadings. [Br. Lit.: Lewis Carroll Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland]
See : Decapitation
Queen of Hearts
“first the sentence, and then the evidence!” [Br. Lit. stained glass window stained glass window n → vidriera de colores
stained glass window stain n → buntes Glasfenster nt
stained glass window n in her Diana Room. It had to be housed in a specially-built extension of her Wimbledon home.