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Ovo su tri člana kraljevske porodice za koje niste znali da su ljevoruki

Dok većina svjetske populacije piše desom rukom koja im je ujedno primarna dok se bave različitim aktivnostima, postoji veliki broj ljevorukih koji sve rade “suprotno”. Nekima to možda izgleda čudno, dok naučnici tvrde kako uopšte nema razlike između ljevorukih i onih koji pišu desnom rukom. Obzirom da je procenat dešnjaka u svijetu mnogo veći, mnoge alatke pravljene su na način da poslove olakšaju dešnjacima, pa je ljevorukim ostalo da se prilagode većini.

Kada je riječ o pisanju, među brojnim poznatim iz svijeta showbizza mnogo je onih koji se “oslanjaju” na svoju, lijevu ruku, dok na britasnskom dvoru, postoji manja skupina ljevorukih koji ne prezaju da svoju ustaljenu naviku pokažu u javnosti.

Princ William

William je jedan od troje članova najuže kraljevske porodice koji piše lijevom rukom. Novinari su to primjetili još prije nekoliko godina kada se tada mladi William, po prvi put u javnosti lijevom rukom potpisao na jedan važan dokument.

Prince George

Nasljednik princa Williama, princ George, krenuo je očevim stopama, a svoja prva slova ispisao je lijevom rukom. Na kraljevskom dvoru nisu željeli praviti problem oko prinčevog izbora kojom će rukom pisati, pa su malenom Georgu prepustili na volju da piše i crta lijevom rukom.

Grofica od Wessexa, Sophie

Baš poput Williama i Georga, i grofica Sophie je ljevoruka. Poznata kao velika ljubiteljica pisane riječi, Sophie se svojevremeno odvažila objaviti niz tekstova. Njen rukopis mnogi smatraju jednim od najljepših na britanskom dvoru.

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It has been announced the Duke of Edinburgh officially handed over the patronage of The Chartered Management Institute (CMI) to the Countess of Wessex. The Duke took on the role of patron of the organisation, which serves as the professional body for management and leadership, in 1992. Last night, the Countess attended the CMI’s annual President’s Dinner at Kensington Palace, “celebrating the brilliant individuals championing the UK’s management profession as well as raising a toast to the next generation of managers and leaders,” according to the organisation’s Twitter account. The Countess of Wessex delivered remarks at the event – her first official appearance as patron – and awards were given out to honour outstanding achievements of UK managers from across various sectors of business. On the appointment of their new patron Bruce Carnegie-Brown, President of The Chartered Management Institute, said:“I would like to take this opportunity to thank The Duke of Edinburgh for his fifty years’ service to The Chartered Management Institute, both as an Honorary Fellow and as Royal Patron. During that time, with The Duke’s support, we have seen incredible progress towards increasing the number and standard of professionally qualified managers and leaders. I warmly welcome The Countess of Wessex as The Duke’s successor and look forward to continuing to champion important causes for managers and leaders within UK industry, under the Royal Patronage of Her Royal Highness.”Ann Francke, CMI’s chief executive, added: “The Countess is a tireless supporter of UK business and workplace diversity, and I am honoured that she will become the CMI’s new Royal Patron. With The Countess’s support we will continue our efforts to inspire UK managers to become better managers, particularly when it comes to the advancement of inclusive leadership.” The Countess re-wore her @oscardelarenta floral print dress. #queenelizabeth #countessofwessex #earlofwessex #sophierhysjones #princedward #followme #followback #tagsforlikesapp #tagstagramers #windsor #westminster #royals #royalfamily #england #kensingtonpalace

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