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four chubby;healthy.children are pride
Left to right, Princess Ingrid, Prince Gustavus, Prince Bertil and Prince
Sweden boasts the. best looking
royal children in Europe." Their moth
er, thevcroWn princess, is practically
a queen. To her revert all the social
duties of her royal mother-in-law at
TAKING TEA IN TIBET
. This is-how a Tibetan makes tea.
A chip is broken from a tea brick and
pounded in a mortar. The dust is
then boiled in a. kettle for five min
utes, after which it is poured through
a strainer into a "teachurn," a small
wooden cylinder with - a piston. A'
piecerof buttexvand somejfrarley meal'.
Born Princess Margaret of Coh
naught, the elder sister of "Princess
Pat," she is, at thirty, the mother of
four children, and boasts that they
have always slept under the same
roof as she has.
are added and the mixture is churned
vigorously for a minute or two, after
which it is poured off into a teapot.
There are no teacups in. Tibet, bui
everybody carries about with him a
small tea bowl,, made of wood and
:lined usually with silver. When "the
tea is ready the guests produce then
:bowls, which, are then, filled, ,-
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