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a prince who married a commoner
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In yet another move for which royal watchers have been waiting, Kate Middleton and Prince William have reportedly chosen commoner godparents for baby George.
Because of a law against Japanese female royalty marrying commoners and keeping their position, Princess Mako, Japanese Emperor Akihito's oldest grandchild, will have to give up her title.
Lady Anne did work her charms on prospective husbands—from dissolute aristocrats to powerful commoners—but not only on them.
For many, their first exposure to Lady Diana Spencer, the shy descendant of royal ladies-in-waiting and commoners, was her engagement to Charles, Prince of Wales.
Later, Baldassare Castiglione’s 1528 The Book of the Courtier advised others to follow their lead, to appear above the petty fads of commoners.
The daughter of a suburban New York cabinetmaker and an academic administrator, Bessette was a commoner suddenly associated with American royalty, beloved both by the fashion world—
Stripped of their allowances and unsure how to survive as commoners, many royal families descended into chaos.
A famous funeral for another commoner turned royal — Princess Grace of Monaco, Philadelphia native Grace Kelly.
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