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Old 04-19-2017, 09:32 PM
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At the moment it's only a few days here and there I would like to see them living together full time before an engagement. Of course this makes it hard for her giving up her acting to live with Harry and with no real purpose. Anyway nothing to do with me they will do what they want and I will cross my fingers for them.
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Old 04-19-2017, 10:30 PM
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When it is right it just works. Met my husband on Saturday, got engaged on Monday, married in October. That was 59 years ago and we are still going strong. We are in our 80"s now and I hope we have another 20 years. I wish Harry and Meghan all the best.
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Old 04-19-2017, 11:08 PM
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Knew the day I met my husband we would be married and a year later we were...and that was almost 30 years ago.

Folks in their mid 30's know what they want if they are seriously looking for a spouse. Alot of that song and dance that goes on in the early 20's isn't necessary. People are usually more comfortable with who they are and more confident about what they want...and not likely to waste time after they find it.

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Old 04-19-2017, 11:35 PM
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At the moment it's only a few days here and there I would like to see them living together full time before an engagement. Of course this makes it hard for her giving up her acting to live with Harry and with no real purpose. Anyway nothing to do with me they will do what they want and I will cross my fingers for them.
I believe it was said that Meghan was living with Harry throughout most of January/February/March, having joined him sometime between Christmas and New Years and staying with him until she returned to Toronto when filming resumed (with the exception of her trip to India).

There wasn't anything presented to actually support that - no pictures or regular spottings of her in London during the time - but it's something that makes sense. There weren't spottings of her in Toronto or anywhere else at the time either, but as soon as she started filming again she started being spotted going to yoga and the like in Toronto again. Other than her trip to India, the only time we saw Meghan during that time period was when she was with Meghan.

With that in mind, it seems fairly likely that they did spend most of those 3 months together, and now are trying to catch whatever opportunities they can for one to go to the other.
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Old 04-19-2017, 11:38 PM
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Exactly. When in your thirties you not only know more clearly what you want in a partner. But you also know what you want for yourself in life and who you are. In twenties you are still sorting both out. Sometimes you are lucky and you find that person who grows and changes with you. But it's more important at that age for longer term dating. You need to know as you grow and change, your partner will with you. It's easier to make decisions about partners when older and more established.
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Old 04-20-2017, 07:15 AM
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I agree Anfisa 'Marry in haste, repent at leisure' is a salutary adage...
Not necessarily. Look at the King and Queen of Spain. They did not have a long courtship and 13 yrs later they are still going strong.

When you meet the right person sometimes you just know and don't need years and years of courtship.
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Old 04-20-2017, 08:50 AM
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But if by marrying this person changes everything in your live from what you wear what work you do want opinion you have where you live how much time to see your family raise your children etc etc. it's a huge life change to make
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Old 04-20-2017, 09:10 AM
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It is a big decision to make, but Letizia made it and she also had to make a huge adjustment as well as, rumour having to pass her early married life in a hostile environment, due to the King Juan Carlos's disapproval. She came through though, and she and Felipe are a devoted couple.
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Old 04-20-2017, 09:32 AM
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But if by marrying this person changes everything in your live from what you wear what work you do want opinion you have where you live how much time to see your family raise your children etc etc. it's a huge life change to make
Meghan would hardly be the first royal bride in the modern history to do so. In fact, many of them married the heir rather than spare, which meant it was under even more pressure and scrutiny.
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Old 04-20-2017, 05:41 PM
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It is a big decision to make, but Letizia made it and she also had to make a huge adjustment as well as, rumour having to pass her early married life in a hostile environment, due to the King Juan Carlos's disapproval. She came through though, and she and Felipe are a devoted couple.
In all their photos together Letizia and Felipe look at each other with such love, even after years of marriage. They must be soulmates. With their daughters growing up, I wonder if they will plan to have more children. I suppose not.

Sorry for the off-topic too. I was just struck by the loving way King and Queen of Spain look at each other.
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Old 04-20-2017, 06:41 PM
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Okay, I know this is OT (forgive me) but on the Heads Together podcast a few days ago Harry talked again about having children and mentioned that he was godfather 'to five or six of the children of friends'. I don't know whether he meant in a defacto sense, but if official the number of godchildren Harry has must have exploded recently, since, the last time I looked, he was godfather to Tiggy's younger boy and his mentor Mark Dyer's first son, and that's it. Does anyone know of any more?
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Old 04-20-2017, 07:13 PM
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Sky News Royal Correspondent, Rhiannon Mills, did try to poke Harry about his relationship with Meghan in an interview the other day. Of course, he diplomatically let her know he's "in a good place" in his private life.

See Video Here-
http://news.sky.com/story/amp/prince...tigma-10843330

When he's ready to let us know more about him and Meghan, he'll say something.
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Old 04-20-2017, 08:10 PM
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Sky News Royal Correspondent, Rhiannon Mills, did try to poke Harry about his relationship with Meghan in an interview the other day. Of course, he diplomatically let her know he's "in a good place" in his private life.

See Video Here-
Prince Harry issues rallying call to end mental health 'stigma' - Sky News

When he's ready to let us know more about him and Meghan, he'll say something.
Quite true, they are right not to precipitate things
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Old 04-20-2017, 08:24 PM
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He handled that interview very well and I am in awe of how he never missed a beat when the interviewer asked about his lady. He just seemed to reiterate the benefits of having faced his problems and is enjoying the fruits of it along with William and Catherine.
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But if by marrying this person changes everything in your live from what you wear what work you do want opinion you have where you live how much time to see your family raise your children etc etc. it's a huge life change to make
I don't see that marrying Harry will change everything in her life. Luckily she is not in the situation of CP's Maxima and Mary where the adjustment included learning a new life language. Her clothes, both casual and public, are already of an acceptable standard except she may need more of them (and who doesn't love shopping for new clothes) and I doubt she has a problem with her opinions because if she was anti-monarchy she wouldn't be dating Harry and if her general opinions were divergent from Harry's, he wouldn't be dating her.
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Old 04-20-2017, 09:19 PM
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Sky News Royal Correspondent, Rhiannon Mills, did try to poke Harry about his relationship with Meghan in an interview the other day. Of course, he diplomatically let her know he's "in a good place" in his private life.

See Video Here-
Prince Harry issues rallying call to end mental health 'stigma' - Sky News

When he's ready to let us know more about him and Meghan, he'll say something.
that was so tacky, there is a time and a place for him to talk about that, usually it will be when it is announced. Good prep for Harry to remain on point and not allow the hysteria surrounding his love life affect his message.
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Old 04-20-2017, 09:43 PM
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He handled that interview very well and I am in awe of how he never missed a beat when the interviewer asked about his lady. He just seemed to reiterate the benefits of having faced his problems and is enjoying the fruits of it along with William and Catherine.I don't see that marrying Harry will change everything in her life. Luckily she is not in the situation of CP's Maxima and Mary where the adjustment included learning a new life language.
If, however, Meghan is Jewish (as her father) or Catholic (given she attended Catholic school), then she might be expected to convert to Anglicanism prior to marrying Harry, which might be a problem depending on how she feels about it.

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Her clothes, both casual and public, are already of an acceptable standard except she may need more of them (and who doesn't love shopping for new clothes) and I doubt she has a problem with her opinions because if she was anti-monarchy she wouldn't be dating Harry and if her general opinions were divergent from Harry's, he wouldn't be dating her.
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Old 04-20-2017, 09:58 PM
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If, however, Meghan is Jewish (as her father) or Catholic (given she attended Catholic school), then she might be expected to convert to Anglicanism prior to marrying Harry, which might be a problem depending on how she feels about it.
I thought they changed all that and those in the line of succession can marry Catholics and keep their place. Most likely though is that Harry and Meghan would have to vow to bring their children up in the Church of England.

Just as an aside, there are a lot of people who send their children to Catholic parochial schools that are not Catholic.
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Old 04-20-2017, 10:07 PM
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I thought they changed all that and those in the line of succession can marry Catholics and keep their place. Most likely though is that Harry and Meghan would have to vow to bring their children up in the Church of England.

Just as an aside, there are a lot of people who send their children to Catholic parochial schools that are not Catholic.
Yes, they did change the law, but that doesn't mean she won't be expected to convert. I believe Prince Philip was baptized Greek Orthodox and officially converted to the CoE prior to marrying Princess Elizabeth although there was no legal requirement for him to do so.

I don't know what Meghan's religion is. I am just saying that, if that is indeed the case, not being a Protestant Christian might be another obstacle to her marrying Harry.
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Old 04-20-2017, 10:46 PM
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I don't think anything about her religion (Jewish/Catholic) will make any difference. He's not the heir and unlikely to ever be.

The situation back when Prince Phillip was marrying Princess Elizabeth there was a big issue with the idea of a foreigner marrying into that position for a host of reasons. Most of the heavy hitters wanted her to many an Englishman not some 'Greek' prince who was basically homeless etc etc.

I don't really imagine anything coming up about her religion causing a issue with the marriage. They will have already gone thru this if things are already serious (as most seem to think).


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Old 04-20-2017, 10:59 PM
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If, however, Meghan is Jewish (as her father)
Traditionally your mother had to be Jewish to be considered part of the faith, but I believe that in some Reform congregations that is no longer the case.

Yes there are many people who attend Catholic schools who are not members of the Roman Catholic church.
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