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Old 02-06-2017, 02:13 PM
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She seems to have a nice taste and likes decorating. She's been snapped a few times buying fresh flowers, too.

Do we have any idea or guesses how long she's stayed with Harry this time? Or how long have they stayed together, wherever that has been? New Years?


Her Instagram gives the impression that she gets herself fresh flowers once a week, at least while in Toronto.
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Old 02-06-2017, 02:20 PM
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She couldn't have been - she went to India for a week was it?
All the reports I've read said they've been in London since before New Year with the exception of her India trip and their Norway trip. It's likely at this point she'll stay with him until she has to return for filming, which will be late March unless she has some other work commitment before then.

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The CoE started to allow divorcees to remarry in 2002. Charles and Camilla married in 2005. So this part of your argument is untrue.
I stand corrected. I got my timing mixed up. Oh well, at least I didn't make up something that's never happened. Lol

Anyways, my point about the situation being different still stands. I don't think the church would've granted Charles and Camilla a church wedding anyways because of their affair and how publicized it was. Harry obviously didn't play a part in the breakdown of that marriage. Plus, Meghan was never married in the Church of England. I don't know if they do the same thing as the Catholic Church where if you weren't previously married in the church, that's less of a problem.
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Old 02-06-2017, 02:45 PM
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It seems to me that she quickly enters into living with someone...like she can kt stay alone for too long... maybe she needed some time to see why two significant relationships, marriage and Corey, didn't work...

I have no doubt that she will marry him, not sure it is good for her. She has already started to look and dress like Chelsy and Cress ( jeans, ancle boots, ) she can better...plus maybe rejected certain job offers to be available for him... she needs little bit time of her own...
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Old 02-06-2017, 02:48 PM
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Charles and Camilla not having a church wedding really tells us nothing about Harry and the kind of wedding he would have. Given that Harry would be marrying for the first time, I think the odds are pretty high for a church wedding. Meghan being a divorcee won't affect that.

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All the reports I've read said they've been in London since before New Year with the exception of her India trip and their Norway trip. It's likely at this point she'll stay with him until she has to return for filming, which will be late March unless she has some other work commitment before then.
Yeah I think so too. They obviously won't be able to see each other as much once Meghan is back filming, so it makes sense that they would want to spend as much time as possible together now.
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Old 02-06-2017, 02:56 PM
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Probably she is jobless until new shooting starts...
Wouldn't really call it jobless (as she still has one), probably taking a well earned break from quite a hard shooting schedule.
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Old 02-06-2017, 03:18 PM
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It seems to me that she quickly enters into living with someone...like she can kt stay alone for too long... maybe she needed some time to see why two significant relationships, marriage and Corey, didn't work...

I have no doubt that she will marry him, not sure it is good for her. She has already started to look and dress like Chelsy and Cress ( jeans, ancle boots, ) she can better...plus maybe rejected certain job offers to be available for him... she needs little bit time of her own...
It would be stupid of her to stay anywhere else but at Harry's place when she's in London, visiting him.

We have no clue how her relationship with her ex husband started, how it progressed and why it ended. They were together for many years, though.

I'm making a bet, that Meghan has been wearing jeans and ankle boots for years, and it has nothing to do with anyone else but Meghan. She seems to have a good sense of her own style and she likes to mix it up.
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Old 02-06-2017, 04:05 PM
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Why does everyone assume they will marry in England ? She might want to marry in America if it comes to marriage at all.
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Old 02-06-2017, 04:18 PM
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Why does everyone assume they will marry in England ? She might want to marry in America if it comes to marriage at all.
It's highly unlikely that a senior member of the British royal family would marry abroad. Even the Danish royal family hasn't gone that far yet.
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Old 02-06-2017, 04:24 PM
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Why does everyone assume they will marry in England ? She might want to marry in America if it comes to marriage at all.
What she wants won't matter at all if she plans on marrying a senior member of the BRF
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Old 02-06-2017, 04:42 PM
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I find it interesting that she may well lend up married to him; if she's living with him, that is often a major step towards marriage and if she's lived with him since December, certainly she's approved of since before her, Sophie was allowed to move in and get used to palace life.
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Old 02-06-2017, 04:48 PM
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It's highly unlikely that a senior member of the British royal family would marry abroad. Even the Danish royal family hasn't gone that far yet.

I'm curious why you singled out the Danish royal family. Why would they be more likely to marry abroad than other royals ?

Incidentally, in the UK, even the royal princesses who were normally married to foreign princes generally had their wedding ceremony in the United Kingdom rather than overseas. Victoria, Princess Royal, married for example the Crown Prince of Prussia (and future Emperor of Germany) at the Chapel Royal of St James's Palace; Princess Helena married Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein in the private chapel at Windsor Castle, and both Princess Beatrice and Princess Alice (the two other daughters of Queen Victoria who were married to German princes) married, I believe, in the Isle of Wight.
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Old 02-06-2017, 05:25 PM
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Why does everyone assume they will marry in England ? She might want to marry in America if it comes to marriage at all.
I think their wedding location could be interesting. Because Meghan is a divorcee, I have doubts that the CoE would want them to marry at Westminster Abbey. Their most sacred location. So that opens up some alternative options.

Anne and Zara married in Scotland. The Duke of Kent married in Yorkshire. The Duke of Gloucester married in Northamptonshire. Prince and Princess Michael married in Vienna.

Unlike Charles and William, I could see Harry and Meghan being given a lot more creative freedom to pick their venue and guest-list size. I do believe it would be held in the UK, and not in a place where security costs would be astronomical. But other than that, I think HM would give them a lot of free rein.

Super-sized wedding vs intimate wedding. City wedding vs rural wedding. Church wedding vs. civil ceremony & blessing. They could have a lot of fun options.

It would be nice to see them pick something besides St. George's. Because there is a good chance Eugenie will marry before Harry, and she'll probably choose St. George's because it's close to Andrew's home. So some variety would be appreciated.
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Old 02-06-2017, 05:26 PM
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I'm curious why you singled out the Danish royal family. Why would they be more likely to marry abroad than other royals ?

Incidentally, in the UK, even the royal princesses who were normally married to foreign princes generally had their wedding ceremony in the United Kingdom rather than overseas. Victoria, Princess Royal, married for example the Crown Prince of Prussia (and future Emperor of Germany) at the Chapel Royal of St James's Palace; Princess Helena married Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein in the private chapel at Windsor Castle, and both Princess Beatrice and Princess Alice (the two other daughters of Queen Victoria who were married to German princes) married, I believe, in the Isle of Wight.
They are the only royal family I could remember off the top of my head who had multiple marriages to foreign commoners. If both parties are from royal family, it's slightly different. When royals marry these days, it's more of a celebration for the entire nation than just the couple and family and friends. And even with the Swedish royal family, Princess Madeleine married in Sweden even though her and her husband lived in New York early on in their marriage.
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Old 02-06-2017, 05:30 PM
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I think the media and the rest of us are waiting to see when Harry and Meghan will make their big public debut. I think it's one of the reasons why the media is spreading a little talk about them attending Pippa's wedding in May. Plenty of opportunities are on hand.
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Old 02-06-2017, 05:43 PM
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That's true re Meghan being a divorcee. Considering the fuss about Harry's father's second marriage, I don't see them making an exception for Harry and Meghan.

I do see the wedding being held in London, though, simply because there'll be so many people wanting to line the route. It won't be the occasion of the marriage of an Heir to the Throne, but Harry's extremely popular.


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I think their wedding location could be interesting. Because Meghan is a divorcee, I have doubts that the CoE would want them to marry at Westminster Abbey. Their most sacred location. So that opens up some alternative options.
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Old 02-06-2017, 05:58 PM
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That's true re Meghan being a divorcee. Considering the fuss about Harry's father's second marriage, I don't see them making an exception for Harry and Meghan.



I do see the wedding being held in London, though, simply because there'll be so many people wanting to line the route. It won't be the occasion of the marriage of an Heir to the Throne, but Harry's extremely popular.


I think for Charles, it was less about the divorce and more about the special circumstances of the public breakdown of his marriage involving his current wife along with the death of his first wife. It can't really be compared to any other situation- it was quite unique.

Harry's going to become a senior member of the royal family- he has to, as one of only two sons of the next King. I'm sure this will be almost as elaborate as William's wedding (though not quite since Harry's not a direct heir to the throne)

I was actually thinking I wouldn't be shocked if they used St. Paul's Cathedral if they do get engaged.
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Old 02-06-2017, 06:11 PM
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St. Paul's Cathedral is bigger than Westminster Abbey.
I think its also farther away from BP than the Abbey
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Old 02-06-2017, 06:15 PM
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I think for Charles, it was less about the divorce and more about the special circumstances of the public breakdown of his marriage involving his current wife along with the death of his first wife. It can't really be compared to any other situation- it was quite unique.

Harry's going to become a senior member of the royal family- he has to, as one of only two sons of the next King. I'm sure this will be almost as elaborate as William's wedding (though not quite since Harry's not a direct heir to the throne)

I was actually thinking I wouldn't be shocked if they used St. Paul's Cathedral if they do get engaged.
Then his wedding will be more expensive for the taxpayers than William's. Security for St. Paul's is a big undertaking, it's a bigger place and a longer route.

I'm not sure that would go over well with the public. Then again, Harry did detour to Toronto after his tour. So if he wants St. Paul's, he might not give a hoot about public backlash.
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Old 02-06-2017, 06:18 PM
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I can't see St Paul's for Harry and Meghan. Too vast, too expensive. I can remember that, even at the time of Charles's wedding, questions were raised about the venue and cost, and that was a State Wedding of a POW!

I can however see the Abbey, religious questions aside. Divorcees can now marry within the Church of England if the vicar of the parish concerned is amenable. I believe Harry, as a senior and very popular Royal will marry in London in order that the crowds can see them, or Windsor, same thing, and there will probably be a balcony appearance at BP.

I'm not so sure that Eugenie, who is a very modern princess, will be marrying within the next couple of years or that she will wed in St George's. I can see Eugenie and Jack going for something completely different perhaps, and Sarah backing their ideas up, though Andrew might wish for a traditional wedding. I'm not so sure the York princesses' weddings will be televised either. They are not very popular with the British public, unfortunately.
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Old 02-06-2017, 06:24 PM
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I can't see St Paul's for Harry and Meghan. Too vast, too expensive. I can remember that, even at the time of Charles's wedding, questions were raised about the venue and cost, and that was a State Wedding of a POW!

I can however see the Abbey, religious questions aside. Divorcees can now marry within the Church of England if the vicar of the parish concerned is amenable. I believe Harry, as a senior and very popular Royal will marry in London in order that the crowds can see them, or Windsor, same thing, and there will probably be a balcony appearance at BP.

I'm not so sure that Eugenie, who is a very modern princess, will be marrying within the next couple of years or that she will wed in St George's. I can see Eugenie and Jack going for something completely different perhaps, and Sarah backing their ideas up, though Andrew might wish for a traditional wedding. I'm not so sure the York princesses' weddings will be televised either. They are not very popular with the British public, unfortunately.
It wouldn't be televised in the traditional way. But Sarah could always sign a wedding tv deal with Oprah.
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