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a prince who married a commoner
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Mako, one of only four royal grandchildren, must become a commoner after the union, according to laws governing the royal family.
In place of a tiger, Princess Jasmine gets a trio of lissome, emotionally supportive female attendants who urge her to sneak out in disguise to experience the freedom of life as a commoner.
This year, two commoners will be joining the royal family, Meghan Markle and Mr. Brooksbank.
While the rest of us were ringing in the new year like mere commoners (read: breaking all our resolutions within minutes of midnight), Prince Harry and Meghan Markle chose to dash off for a quick jaunt to the French Riviera.
Most European royal families boycotted the wedding due to the princess marrying a commoner, albeit one educated at both Eton school and Cambridge university.
Like Kan — at least, according to the centuries-old chronicles that tell his story, which historians consider unreliable — Mr. Hun Sen was a commoner from Cambodia’s east.
From blood collected at executions and doled out to treat epileptic seizures to human fat used for skin ailments, to ground up skulls or mummies mixed into elixirs, nobility as well as commoners regularly consumed human parts.
The son of a senior lawyer and a society hostess, Armstrong-Jones was the first commoner to marry a member of the royal family in 400 years.
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