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Given that one of Prince Harry’s teachers at Eton claimed in court that she was ordered to help the prince cheat by completing the written section of his art exam (Harry It should be said), he never boasted. Academics are the sharpest tools in his box, so it might seem unfair to expect Harry to be an expert in British history just because he’s the son of a king.
But in a new episode of her podcast released Tuesday, Meghan did little to hone his reputation as a polymath. I risked embarrassing my husband by saying he didn’t know the answer to the question. She becomes a British citizen. )
The prince’s sacred right seems to fall short of automatically knowing what questions the British visa and immigration authorities asked him to prove he was British.
For reference, The Royalist tried a sample ‘Life in The UK’ test, scored 22 out of 24 on a few lucky guesses, and failed ‘Who Built the Tower of London? did. (William the Conqueror) and “When did the first Christian community appear in England?”th centuries).
According to the UK government, 75% is considered a passing score on the test.
Meghan was talking to comedian Pamela Adlon, who received British citizenship in 2020.i was studying for it [the test] I remember saying, I ask her husband: did you know this? And he will say: ‘I didn’t understand’.”
Meghan laughed when Adlon told a joke. They were like, ‘We’re really going to throw a wall at this. ”
Also appearing on the podcast was Sophie Trudeau, who said Meghan “is a dear friend and person who represents the strength that comes from embracing humanity.”
When asked if Harry was “making a good contribution” to the chores of home life, Meghan replied, “Oh my husband? He’s great.”
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