Perhaps the most covetable aspect of the royal life, is the palatial homes they seem to live in - those intricately carved domes, plush lawns, aureate furniture, high roofs and years of rich history embedded between the bricks that form the skeleton of these buildings that stand out.
Those butterflies in the stomach in become harder to come by as the years pass. But, what does exist on the other side of 25 more than it did before, is cynicism. If not cynicism, the more-bitter-than-sweet experiences we go through leave us guarded. We become more fearful of love failing us, or hurting us, and may feel things are moving faster than they actually may be.
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Meghan Markle, with her unabashed smile and glamorously cloaked naivety carrying which she entered the world of royalty, won my heart the moment she said, ‘I Do’. A bi-racial foreigner, older than her princely husband, with a failed marriage and a successful career that predated her now husband, she was a square peg in a round hole. Markle was not the ideal candidate for a duchess, and that was precisely what, to my “burn-the-world-order” self, made her perfect!