She enjoys lounging and purring by the fireside in Rhonda Lee's office.She does not enter guest suites for the sake of those who are cat-lovers; but, at a distance, due to allergies. colorit66babyclock24mob2390du-art73prodazha-topliva-24salon-26klakson35. gold2zamok-57vashlombard743fsdfgdfgh4t54gadgets2702--. Rhonda Lee has been a professional performance artist for 35 years plus, and culinary time is just another form of entertaining in her Irish eyes.You may hear her crooning while she is preparing breakfast; and she will take requests with a willingness to deliver in foreign tongues whenever possible.The premise of the eight-episode show is that the dozen women were whisked off to the English countryside - the Englefield Estate in Berkshire - to try to win the heart of the a dashing young man who they were encouraged to believe was Prince Harry, not that he or his fawning retinue of “servants” ever state his identity.The show can be broken down to 10 stages: Stage 1: Find a British Prince Harry lookalike (Matt Hicks, environmental consultant and part time Prince Harry lookalike from Exeter).
They never actually told the girls they would be competing to date Prince Harry, instead, they set up some elaborate stunts so the girls speculated about the mystery man’s identity and came up with the Prince Harry idea themselves.
US television reviewers not only expressed incredulity that the bachelorettes – a brash assembly of cocktail waitresses, aspiring actresses and models – were really duped by Mr Hicks, a semi-lookalike for the fourth-in-line to the throne.