Did your father take you to London when you were little? Andrew Reynolds
Dad did and he told us about it at a recent meeting. He said he remembers it like was yesterday. Long before cash on demand, long before the Andrew Reynolds we now know, Andrew remembers being about 10 or 11 years old standing outside Buckingham Palace.
Awestruck. Gazing at the royal palace, the Queen’s Guards and the amazing splendour and wealth of it all. ‘What must it feel like,’ Andrew told us he remembers thinking to himself, ‘to be so rich?’ To never have to worry about money. Maybe this was the origin of cash on demand and his own wealth? Who knows?
In his mind’s eye Andrew could picture the grandeur of the furniture, the chandeliers, the footmen attending at the parties and banquets for visiting dignitaries and statesmen dining on the finest food with the finest wines, chatting and laughing with the Royal Family.
Andrew Reynolds recalls how, as he stood by the gates of the Palace, he watched a chauffeur driven car go slowly past him and through into the palace, he remembered the gentleman in the back smiled gently at me through the window.
All those magical boyhood feelings rushed back to him just a few nights ago he actually had to pinch himself it was real. The reason????
Because only the other evening Andrew Reynolds found himself entering the gates of that very same, magical Buckingham Palace for REAL… as a guest of HRH The Prince of Wales!
Like a fairytale come true to the poor broke kid, born in a caravan.
Sitting in a chauffeur-driven Bentley, ushered through the gates of Buckingham Palace, clutching a personal INVITATION from Prince Charles… Andrew Reynolds invitation to attend a Dinner Gala at the Palace.
As he was driven in, he told us, he glanced to the very spot where a very young Andrew Reynolds had stood all those years before gawping and gazing at the majesty of it all. He said he couldn’t help but smile, a very, very surreal moment.
Yet this was no dream…
Now here he was again. The very same Andrew Reynolds, older, rounder and with a lot less hair admittedly, but now it was him in the car being driven to the palace. “PINCH ME” he thought, ”If only my Dad could see this now.”
At the palace Andrew met up with some Cash on Demand students who had proved themselves by bringing in over £1 MILLION since taking Andrews training, and who he had been allowed to invite
Unbelievable. Andrew Reynolds hosting a table of his own guests at a Gala Dinner at the home of the Queen. Who’d have ever thought it!
As the evening ended and Andrew said his goodbyes before being whisked off through the grand archway, out through the gates of the Palace, he once again turned to that same spot he’d once stood at as a child and smiled once more…