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Zonk 11-17-2010 08:38 PM

A Potential Wife for Prince Harry
 
And then there was one:flowers:

With the engagement of Prince William of Wales to Catherine Middleton, Prince Harry is one of the world most well known bachelors.

Please use this thread to discuss potential wives for Harry. The previous thread, which also included potential wives for William (pre engagement) can be found here http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...-5260-104.html .


Happy Posting!

nascarlucy 11-17-2010 10:28 PM

Maybe Chelsy is the one for him and perhaps he will realize this in a couple of years. She's seems to be a woman who would be good for him. Has her head on her shoulders (phrase which means confident of oneself) and seems to know what she wants out of life. She would be a very stabilizing force in his life and seems to have been in the past. This is just my opinion.

CasiraghiTrio 11-17-2010 10:40 PM

CHELSY, CHELSY, CHELSY!!!!!! Really...... who is better for Harry? No one. Chelsy has to be one. I mean, she is so cool on so many levels. If he marries someone else, I will always feel like, "oh what if?" How could he not compare someone else to Chelsy?

Zonk 11-17-2010 10:42 PM

Chelsy was good on paper but where it really mattered she (or rather they both did) failed.

Chelsy doesn't want to live in Britain.....that is non negotiable unless Harry gives up title, heirtage, etc. And I don't think Harry will do that. He is many things but he wouldn't leave William in the bubble by himself nor would he turn away from what his Grandmother and father represent.

So she is like 80% perfect...but in the end couldn't do the distance.

But if its meant to be...she might need some time in South Africa and realize that she loves him and is willing to give of herself. Because she has to make the ultimate sacrifice.

AnnaNotherThing 11-17-2010 10:50 PM

The other (silly) problem I have with Chelsy, is sadly her name...I can't come to terms with a Princess Chelsy...? My only pre-requisite is that she have a 'royal-ish' name...Such a name snob! ;)

nascarlucy 11-17-2010 10:53 PM

If it's meant for Chelsy and Harry to marry, then they will. Things or events in people's lives often happen for a reason.

Zonk 11-17-2010 10:54 PM

Chelsy might also be the right woman at the wrong time. And for whatever reason, they just dont connect.

But my faves are still available:

Princess Theodora of Greece who was quite lovely at her brothers wedding

And Lady Gabriella Windsor, the family connection might be too much and not acceptable:

George V > George, Duke of Kent > Prince Michael of Kent > Gabriella
George V > George VI > Elizabeth II > Charles > Harry

Thena 11-17-2010 11:02 PM

Not to mention that if Harry married Gabriella, then he'd have Princess Michael of Kent as his mother-in-law.

Sister Morphine 11-17-2010 11:04 PM

I'd love it if Harry didn't marry someone who was a member of his own bloodline. I think the days of royals having to intermarry to preserve the sanctity of their family line has long since passed us by. They aren't first cousins or anything, but still.

Zonk 11-17-2010 11:05 PM

Some people dont' have a problem with Princess Michael. And since he kind of grow up with her...didn't the Kents and Diana had next door apartments at Kensington.....she isnt' going to try to run circles around him.

She most likely would be throwing cartwheels that her daughter was marry Harry! Not that Gabriella isn't a prize. She is pretty and very intelligent.

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Originally Posted by Sister Morphine (Post 1161649)
I'd love it if Harry didn't marry someone who was a member of his own bloodline. I think the days of royals having to intermarry to preserve the sanctity of their family line has long since passed us by. They aren't first cousins or anything, but still.

They are what...3 or 4th cousins...is that allowed in Britain?
I just want Harry to marry for love...but I love Gabriella..and I think she would be an excellent consort and there aren't many eligible Princes for her to marry! Maybe we could introduce her to Gustav (Frederik's cousin) than that could solve the problem of his inheirtance and she could get a Princess title!:rofl:

4Pam 11-17-2010 11:06 PM

I've always said Charlotte Casiraghi but very doubtful.

Sister Morphine 11-17-2010 11:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 4Pam (Post 1161651)
I've always said Charlotte Casiraghi but very doubtful.


She's Catholic. Harry would have to give up his place in line to the throne to marry her. Also, I can't see her coveting to Anglicanism anyhow. So I think it's beyond very doubtful. :lol:

4Pam 11-17-2010 11:10 PM

I know... wishful thinking. :flowers:

Iluvbertie 11-17-2010 11:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Zonk (Post 1161650)
They are what...3 or 4th cousins...is that allowed in Britain?

They are the same distance apart as Elizabeth and Philip so no problem legally (besides which 1st cousin marriages are legal).

Victoria - Edward VII - George V - George VI - Elizabeth
Victoria - Alice - Victoria - Alice - Philip

Christian - Alexandra - George V - George VI - Elizabeth
Christian - William - Andrew - Philip

Thena 11-17-2010 11:36 PM

Legally is one thing. Socially acceptable is another, and I've heard plenty of off-hand comments on how the Windsors are all "in-bred." Also, Gabriella and Harry are related through their Greek heritage so they're cousins in two different ways.

George I of Greece - Andrew - Philip - Charles - Harry
George I of Greece - Nicholas - Marina - Michael - Gabriella

pinkpearls 11-18-2010 12:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sister Morphine (Post 1161656)
She's Catholic. Harry would have to give up his place in line to the throne to marry her. Also, I can't see her coveting to Anglicanism anyhow. So I think it's beyond very doubtful. :lol:

Actually, all she has to do is denouce (or is it renouce?) being Catholic and convert to C.O.E. Autumn was Catholic, and converted so that Peter Phillips would retain his place in the line of succession.

Zonk 11-18-2010 12:12 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Thena (Post 1161683)
Legally is one thing. Socially acceptable is another, and I've heard plenty of off-hand comments on how the Windsors are all "in-bred." Also, Gabriella and Harry are related through their Greek heritage so they're cousins in two different ways.

George I of Greece - Andrew - Philip - Charles - Harry
George I of Greece - Nicholas - Marina - Michael - Gabriella

I always forget about the Greek connection...I don't know why. Thanks...related on many different levels.

Oh well, I am sure that the two don't see each other in a romantic fashion. Still we need to find a nice Prince for Gabriella.

Dierna23 11-18-2010 01:30 AM

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Originally Posted by Thena (Post 1161646)
Not to mention that if Harry married Gabriella, then he'd have Princess Michael of Kent as his mother-in-law.

That's a bit of a cliché, IMO. ;) Prince Charles is said to had problems with MC in the past, but if you watch her nowadays she doesn't seem to have problems with her in-laws at all, it's even said that she and Diana had a friendly relationship in the end. Following Freddie Windsor on facebook gave me the impression that he's quite close with his Windsor-cousins (Beatrice for example), so I think Ella might be, too. William, Harry and the two Kent-kids were raised together at Kensington and I think that's the problem. They're most likely rather like friends. Plus Ella is is three years older than Harry. In the old times all this wouldn't have mattered much probably, not even the close relation (as we can see in the Queens & DoE's case), but I think nowadays it's rather unlikely. Sadly, 'cause Gabriella would make a lovely princess for sure!

hilal 11-18-2010 04:49 AM

Some potential wife from Netty's Royalty Page:
Augusta von Preussen
Princesses Maria Anunciata & Marie Astrid von und zu Liechtenstein. (yes, I know both them are catholic).

Biri 11-18-2010 04:55 AM

Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia (a Protestant, b.1982)


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