Ellie Harrison: Etiquette of Grief

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This concludes the end of the meat section.

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Barack Obama and Stephen Fry get to go to heaven.

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Tony Blair got a bigger boo than Hitler.

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The audience seems to be mixed if Mother Teresa should go to heaven or hell.

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Neutral thumbs. Up for heaven, down for hell.

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Diana never wore gloves, unlike the Queen.

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Several trollies for a wake: tea, sandwiches, thank you cards, wine, cake, photographs.

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‘Late’, ‘passed away’, ‘no longer with us.’

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We are the Princess Diana fan club.

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A video relay, with the woman who is the Gillian McKeith of grief therapy.

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A minute is up. Song ends.

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Some kisses too.

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Goodbye England’s rose. Hugs to those in the front row.

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Some pre-memorial activities.

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Today is a memorial service.

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The black balloons are on the left of the stage. Ellie stands on the right in a bright red shirt. A requiem plays in the background.

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There are black balloons onstage.

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Ellie is often mistaken for a vegetarian, apparently because she has pasty skin.

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