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Prince Harry Won't Sign A Prenup Even Though He's Reportedly Worth $25 Million58s

Prince Harry Won't Sign A Prenup Even Though He's Reportedly Worth $25 Million

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry won’t be wasting time getting a prenup. That could be because signing prenuptials isn’t something that royals normally do. Still, the pair may want to think about it, since they both seem to have sizable saving accounts of their own. Meghan reportedly made $50,000 an episode while filming the Suits, and Prince Harry’s 2018 net worth is estimated to be at least $25 million. But, it’s not like Meghan would get a piece of Windsor because that belongs to the Queen, and not to Harry. Either way, a source reports that Harry is ‘determined that his marriage will be a lasting one, so there’s no need for him to sign anything’! Long live their love then! Reportedly, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are following the footsteps of Prince William and Kate Middleton, regarding the signing of prenuptial agreement . While prenups are very common with celebrity marriages, they are not a thing when royal marriage is concerned. All that’s left to do now is for the pair to write their vows, pick up the dress, plan the menu, and announce a maid of honor and best man, having all their other worries figured out! Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their royal engagement way back in November. But Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth 2, didn't give her blessing until Wednesday. That's right, the Queen finally provided her official blessing for the union in a royal declaration. She says Harry is her ‘most dearly beloved grandson’ and also reminds us of an important fact: Harry's real name is Henry and Meghan's first name is Rachel. The declaration may seem silly, but it's actually against the law for a British royal to marry without it. Prince Harry and Meghan are set to walk down the aisle on May 19th in a small ceremony at St. George's Chapel. Months after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made their debut together on the steps of Kensington, the Queen finally provided her official blessing for the union.

Here Are 9 Tips From A Family Of Four That Travels The World Full-Time1m23s

Here Are 9 Tips From A Family Of Four That Travels The World Full-Time

Have you ever felt like you’re just not cut out for the nine-to-five job, picket fence and pile of mortgage left over from your student days? Do you ever sense that you’re drowning in the same routine day after day and your life feels a bit bland? Maybe you have this recurring dream of letting everything go, packing up your suitcases and never returning to that cubicle, so what’s stopping you from doing it? The world is your oyster. Even the tiniest village in the world has its own transport, you can basically get anywhere if you only put a bit of effort in it. Good planning means that you won’t have money problems. After all, it’s not about the places you’re staying in, it’s about the experiences that you gather along the way. Meet the Gee family, also known as the Bucket List Family. They have been travelling the world as a quartet for quite some time. Garrett Gee is a tech millionaire who sold his product to Snapchat, Jessica is his wife and together they have two adorable bundles of joy, 3-year-old Dorothy and 1-year-old Manilla. They decided to sell everything they own and start travelling the world with the money they obtained from the sale. In this footage they give us 9 tips on how we can travel the world full-time, how to lower the expenses and how to enjoy it thoroughly while creating worthwhile memories. Enjoy!

Queen Elizabeth's Royal Wedding Declaration Just Revealed A Little-Known Fact About Meghan Markle59s

Queen Elizabeth's Royal Wedding Declaration Just Revealed A Little-Known Fact About Meghan Markle

The royal wedding is an event of great interest to the world community. Representatives of the royal family honor the traditions that have been observed for many decades. The process begins with the announcement of the engagement. Future spouses hold a press conference and give a joint interview, where they talk about themselves. These are the details we learned about the most famous royal couple of our times: Markle was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. After graduating from Northwestern University with a degree in theater and international studies in 2003, she played small roles in several United States' television series. From 2011 to 2018, she portrayed Rachel Zane on the legal drama series Suits for seven seasons. Markle's film credits include Remember Me and Horrible Bosses. In 2017, she became engaged to Prince Harry and announced her retirement from acting and her intention to pursue humanitarian work. Queen Elizabeth's royal wedding declaration just revealed a little-known fact about Meghan Markle. Prince Harry and Megnah announced their royal engagement way back in November. But Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth 2, didn't give her blessing until Wednesday. That's right, the Queen finally provided her official blessing for the union in a royal declaration. She says Harry is her "most dearly beloved grandson" and also reminds us od an important fact: Harry's real name is Henry and Meghan's first name is Rachel. The declaration may seem silly, but it's actually against the law for a British royal to marry without it. Prince Harry and Meghan are set to walk down the aisle on May 19th in a small ceremony at St. George's Chapel. Months after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made their debut together on the steps of Kensington, the Queen finally provided her official blessing for the union. Why does the couple need the Queen's official blessing, you may ask. Well, this is why. According to the Royal Marriage Act of 1772, members of the royal family had to obtain the written consent of the ruling monarch as the official validation of the marriage. In 2013, this rule was abolished. According to the Law of Succession (2013), only the first six successors of the throne must receive permission from the ruling monarch to marry. If the marriage takes place contrary to the decision, a member of the royal family is deprived of the right to claim the throne. According to the Act of Succession of 1701, members of the royal family were allowed to marry only with representatives of the Anglican faith (the monarch is the head of the Anglican Church). After the change in the rules of succession in 2013, the future monarchs were allowed to marry Catholics. A lot of progress since the olden days, we are happy to say. What did you think about this video? Make sure you tell us more in the comments down below. If you like what you see, don’t forget to share it with others who might like it as well. It just might be the highlight of their day! Enjoy!

You Should Do These 11 Things Before You Leave For Vacation1m22s

You Should Do These 11 Things Before You Leave For Vacation

It is one of those things we look forward to in a year - going on a nice, relaxing vacation. But before you close the door of your home behind you, there are some steps you might want to take before you leave. To ensure your credit card works abroad, you need to alert your credit card company. But if it’s on the eve of your departure, don’t submit an online form, just call instead. Also, make sure you have enough available credit. Don’t forget about your call plan either, especially if you are leaving for another country. Call your service provider to set up the best plan for you to make calls, send texts and access the Internet from your smartphone. If you have a home security system, alert the operator or your local police, especially if you will be gone for two weeks or more. If you ask, they might even do extra runs by your house just in case. This should come as a no-brainer, but make sure to double check all your reservations for the flight, the accommodation, any car rentals, restaurant or attraction you might plan on visiting. No one wants a sour surprise on their trip. If you have access to a printer, it might not be a bad idea to have everything printed out, just to be safe. Make sure your bills are all paid for before you leave, in case your trip falls on the date when they are due. Be sure your weather will be as good as you want it. If not, this will help you pack better, bring warmer or looser clothes. Also, check the weather for your home city as well, in case the temperature drops significantly. When you are done with the big stuff, take care of a few smaller details, like getting rid of the perishables in your kitchen, leave an emergency contact with a friend or family member, remove all the unnecessary stuff from your wallet and by all means, bring home any outdoor furniture inside, where it is nice and safe. All you are left to do is have a very nice time on your trip!

Here's How The Windy City Turns Its River Green For St. Patrick's Day1m01s

Here's How The Windy City Turns Its River Green For St. Patrick's Day

Nothing says Happy St. Patrick’s Day like people all dressed in green! The people of Chicago love it the most, for obvious reasons, so much so that they even dye their river in the familiar hue! But how exactly do they do it? Let’s start with a bit of history. The dying of the river water tradition started somewhere in 1962, although its origins go even further back. A former Mayor of Chicago, Mr. Richard J. Daley was on a mission to make the riverfront part of the city a pleasant site. The problem was it was a terrible eyesore, with sewage draining in the river. The solution was to pour green dye into the water, so that they might discover where exactly does the sewage is being dumped. The, in 1961, a childhood friend of mr. Daley and a member of the Chicago Journeymen Plumbers Local, Mr. Stephen Bailey had an idea - why not dye the entire thing green? Three months later Chicagoans had the privilege to witness their emerald-colored river , when the city poured 100 pounds of chemicals into it. The river remained green for the entire week! The practise was repeated annually by the Plumbers Local, with the only difference being the amount. Today, the magical recipe calls for 25 pound of dye for the river to remain green for one day. The dyeing process starts at 9 a.m. on St. Paddy’s Day , when six members of the famed Plumbers Union get on two boats and using flour sifters, they spread the dye into the river. Some 45 minutes later and the Chicago River is the epitome os the patron saint of Ireland.

There's A Secret Button On Your Airplane Seat That Will Give You More Room52s

There's A Secret Button On Your Airplane Seat That Will Give You More Room

If you are searching for a little bit of comfort in that confining airplane cabin at 30,000 feet, the margins are extremely narrow and even the tiniest venture in space can make a difference between a good flight and a bad one. Therefore, dear the aisle , let us tell you a little secret. There is a secret button on your the aisle seat that will give you a little more room to breathe. To find it, slide your hand under the armrest, close to the hinge and feel for the button. Pres it and you can move your armrest up, so it is flush with your seat back, giving you the freedom you deserve. Disappointed? Not at first maybe, because you can move your knees and legs aside and invade the aisle. A part from this, we couldn’t find one single practical use for being able to put his aisle seat armrest up. Yes, this newly conquered space is not practical and not nearly sufficient. Plus, this is of some value only to aisle seat passengers. In the end, on long-distance flights you will very soon find out that you need something to prop your hand against. It is also helpful when you need more space to stand up and grab your luggage from the overhead bin. So, on your next trip, go ahead and chose the aisle seat. Your sides will thank you. It seems that the quest for comfort must continue.

A Real Life Nirvana Is Placed On Turtle Island In Fiji 1m30s

A Real Life Nirvana Is Placed On Turtle Island In Fiji

Turtle Island, located in the center of Fiji’s Yasawa archipelago, has become known as one of the country’s most exclusive retreats for honeymooners. There are only 14 villas on the island, which is a max occupancy of 28 people. This private island in Fiji can open its door to only 14 couples at the same time. Nothing can ruin a honeymoon like other people. Luckily, there are private islands. Turtle island, located in the center of Fiji’s Yasawa archipelago, has become known as one of the country’s most exclusive retreats for honeymooners. There are only fourteen villas on the island , rented out to couples, meaning only a maximum of 28 guests across the 500 acres. Each villa has a unique design and beachfront location, complete with hot tub, outdoor shower and a bed in the sun. The luxury all-inclusive resort includes all meals and drinks, as well as several other treats. The waters of Fiji brag with 5 of the 7 living species of sea turtles and with one of the most archetypal tropical island locations for the making of the cult Colombia Pictures release “The Blue Lagoon”. The movie drew the world's attention to Turtle Island, one of Fiji's first luxury resorts, whose opening was rushed by the filming. After the film's premiere, stars flocked there to experience the real-life nirvana. The place is still affordable only for the rich and the famous. Would you like to visit this island? Tag the person you want to go here with!