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Day: January 26, 2020

Meghan’s move to affect citizenship
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Meghan’s move to affect citizenship

    Meghan Markle could be left without British citizenship after she and Harry announced they are to split their time between North America and the UK. The Duchess has to follow one rule if she wants to become a British citizen - she cannot live out of the country for more than 90 days. Meghan is thought to be in the second year of the five-year process towards naturalisation after her wedding in May 2018. But the Sussexes' move to Canada will take Meghan away from the 'strong commitment to the UK and an intention to live here', a government source said. Meghan must not have left the UK for more than 270 days in the three years before applying for it. This can be spread over the three years but must include 90 days in the last year. Harry must also meet a minimum i...
Signs that you shouldn’t marry your partner
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Signs that you shouldn’t marry your partner

    If you're in a relationship, you're bound to have some ups and downs, like any average couple, but you can also get the feeling as to whether or not the person you're with could be a potential life partner, based on similarities and overall compatibility in the relationship. Unfortunately, sometimes you're not meant to be with someone for marriage, even if the relationship is fantastic, solely based on a few long-term issues you can predict down the road. Here are a few warning signs that you're not meant to put a ring on your finger for the person you're with, and from there, you can determine how much longer to let the relationship last. You're Not Attracted to Them Anymore While it's totally normal to lose some of that initial intense attraction over time, if y...
Queen considered stripping Harry and Meghan of titles
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Queen considered stripping Harry and Meghan of titles

    The Queen considered stripping Harry of his royal dukedom as well as his HRH title and allowing him to use only the lesser title of earl, the Evening Standard has been told. As The Duke of Sussex is one of the ancient royal titles, downgrading Harry and Meghan’s rank in line with their reduced level of official duties was discussed, sources said. It is understood the suggestion was that the sixth in line to the throne would have been referred to by one of his lesser titles, the Earl of Dumbarton, with his wife being known as a countess putting them on a par with Prince Edward and Sophie, the Earl and Countess of Wessex. But the Queen and Prince of Wales did not wish to appear petty and felt banning the couple from using HRH in public and for commercial use while st...