You cannot marry into the throne (7/8)

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One important rule of the British royal family that has been upheld for centuries is that it is impossible for somebody to marry into the most senior position available. Indeed, the spouse of a reigning sovereign may never take the full title of Queen or King in any relevant capacity. In the case of males marrying into the family, they may only hold the title of “prince-consort”, as was the case of Prince Philip, and in the time of Queen Victoria, Prince Albert.

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