Any tartan experts out there? I’m wondering if Thailand’s famous fake Scots barrister has changed sides or not.
Technically as a Goldie or Goudie, he does not have a tartan, but the nearest family are apparently the MacPhersons.
So that is the kilt he should chose.
Normally each clan or house will have two or three tartans, hunting, dress, ancient, Can someone verify which tartans his is wearing from these two pictures of Goudie in mail order kit?
The kilt on the left looks like a MacPherson but the kilt in the picture below looks to me like a designer tartan but I may be wrong.
In the picture below he was named Goldie. In the picture to the left he
Goudie: This is a surname of Scottish origins. Recorded as Goudie, Gowdy, Gourdie, Gardy, and others, it derives from the surname Goldie, and reflects the phonetic spelling of the popular pronunciation of that name.
|Falkirk District Tartan – there’s a tartan|
‘IT WAS THOUGHT BETTER TO WEAR YOUR MOTHER’S TARTAN BECAUSE YOU COULD ALWAYS BE SURE WHO YOUR MOTHER WAS’.
But tonight we have an answer. He has three kilts. But all I asked was – what tartan was it? – the one in the picture above. I can see why he wanted to be a Macdonald though. However it does not look like a Patterson or a Dress Macdonald. The Macdonalds of Clanranald spell their name with an a in Mac. I was surrounded by them and the Camerons, Frasers and Grants at school. But you can wear any tartan you want Brian.
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