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You can marry a commoner

The Royal Marriages Act of 1772 banned the marriage of any royals to people without noble blood. Luckily, that no longer stands with the royal family able to marry whoever they choose. As long as the Queen gives her permission, that is. In fact, the Duchess of Cambridge was a commoner – as was Charles’ wife Camilla.

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