Prince Harry to marry girlfriend Meghan Markle next year

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Whatever he is, he's f**ked! :lol:

That's typical of inbred, unfortunately. I pity him. It's not his fault, but his parents should have been more responsible. Damn, imagine when your parents are brother and sister.
 

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When I observed them I must have missed the feathers! :lol:

Durry failed to understand that birds breed within their species. Based on that standard, any human can breed with any other human, all of one feather as he says.
 

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So what's your moral objection to a person working as a flight attendant?

I haven't got one. But I know some of William's friends did. Not long after he first met Catherine some of his friends used to whisper "doors to manual" whenever she came over.
 

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Durry failed to understand that birds breed within their species. Based on that standard, any human can breed with any other human, all of one feather as he says.

Man also bred with neanderthals denisovans and likely some chimps and bobos too
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The brits being white, bred with neanderthals - ape men..unlike the more human blacks and wogs and zipperheads and the like that have more human dna then the whites do.

Effects of Neanderthal DNA on Modern Humans
A new study reveals how Neanderthal DNA in the genomes of present-day British people influences their traits.
https://www.the-scientist.com/?arti.../Effects-of-Neanderthal-DNA-on-Modern-Humans/

Yup and royalty has the most apeman DNA of all.
;)

...as I said, Daddio was probably concerned about his daughter marrying down.
 
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Harry and Meghan to include first female state trumpeter at a Royal Wedding as she stands by her husband's side



https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/20...e-first-female-state-trumpeter-royal-wedding/
 

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Buckingham Palace reveals Queen's consent for Harry wedding

By AFP
12 May 2018
Daily Mail



Britain got a glimpse Saturday at Queen Elizabeth II's elaborate formal consent for her grandson Prince Harry's marriage to Meghan Markle, a week ahead of the wedding ceremony.

The Instrument of Consent, intricately hand-written on vellum and illuminated with decorations, sets out the monarch's approval for the union, which is required in law.

Harry is sixth in line to the throne and the first six need the sovereign's permission to marry, otherwise they and their descendants are disqualified from inheriting the crown.

Buckingham Palace released pictures of the document, which Queen Elizabeth II signed in March. In her Elizabeth R signature at the top, the the R stands for regina, the Latin for queen.

The instrument is written using the "royal we", or majestic plural.

It states: "Now know ye that we have consented and do by these presents signify our consent to the contracting of matrimony between our most dearly beloved grandson Prince Henry Charles Albert David of Wales KCVO and Rachel Meghan Markle."

KCVO refers to Harry's status as a Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order, which recognises distinguished personal service to the monarch.

The document, which will be presented to the couple after the wedding, is flanked with artwork representing the bride and groom.

To the left, the design incorporates a red dragon -- the heraldic symbol of Wales -- along with the UK's floral emblems: the rose of England, Scotland's thistle and the Irish shamrock.

It also features Harry's label, which includes three tiny red escallops from the Spencer arms of his mother Diana, Princess of Wales's family.

The design on the right, for Markle, includes a rose -- the national flower of the United States -- flanked by four golden poppies: the state flower of California, where the former actress was born.

It also bears the Welsh leek, Harry's label and olive branches adopted from the Great Seal of the United States.

The document depicts Harry's coronet and the Commonwealth flag.



Queen Elizabeth II is the head of the Commonwealth and last month made Harry her youth ambassador to the 53-country organisation.

The instrument is sealed with the Great Seal of the Realm, used to symbolise the Sovereign's approval of important state documents.

- Law to protect dynasty -

The Royal Marriages Act 1772 required descendants of King George II to seek the sovereign's consent before they wed, otherwise their marriages were deemed invalid.

The law was repealed by the Succession to the Crown Act 2013, under which only the first six in line to inherit the throne need the monarch's permission.

The first five are currently Prince Charles, the monarch's eldest son; his eldest son Prince William; his eldest son Prince George; then William's other children Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

Harry, Charles's second son, was fifth at the time of his engagement in November. His nephew Louis was born on April 23.

Harry is the first to receive consent under the new law.

Buckingham Palace reveals Queen's consent for Harry... | Daily Mail Online
 
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