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a prince who married a commoner
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While Kate Middleton was described as a commoner, Meghan Markle is simply an American.
Not because Markle is an American and a commoner, marrying a prince now sixth in line for the throne.
Disney’s Aladdin / July 5-August 5 Ride your magic carpet (or just take the T) to the Boston Opera House to see the Disney classic about a princess, a commoner, and a genie lamp.
So that's the good news: Celebrities aren't harboring some magical secret to instant hair growth that you, a commoner, are forbidden from accessing.
Perhaps the British might have accepted a commoner, and at a pinch an American.
Which is how a story as unusual as royalty marrying a biracial foreign commoner winds up feeling awfully dull.
For an inside group to enjoy the privilege of being honorable, there must be an outside group who are considered dishonorable: Men have honor at the expense of women, aristocrats at the expense of commoners, warriors at the expense of civilians.
But does that mean commoners shouldn’t have just as much fun as those privileged enough to attend?
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Definition of commoner for English Language Learners
: a person who is not a member of the nobility
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