Meghan Markle Being Prepped For Hostage Situation

When Prince Harry proposed to Meghan Markle, it meant he wanted to spend the rest of his life with her. Of course, Markle accepted. The idea of another royal wedding got most people excited, especially due to the nature of it. His Royal Highness is breaking all kinds of barriers, marrying an American divorcée who is mixed race and a Hollywood actress.

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Couple that with Harry being everyone’s favorite royal family member, and it’s safe to say they’re going to get twice the coverage Will and Kate ever did. Because it’s so high-profile, we’re getting a glimpse into the newest royal relationship, and we’re learning things we never knew!

For example, unless you’re a close member of the family, you don’t get invited to Christmas dinner. In 2010, Kate Middleton was not invited, even though she and William had gotten engaged one month before. However, this rule can be broken, as Markle will be a guest at this year’s dinner.

“In 2010 Kate was not invited to do so after her engagement to William nor was Mike Tindall after his to the Princess Royal’s daughter Zara Phillips and only spouses and close family are usually invited,” royal family expert, Richard Fitzwilliams, explained. “However Harry and Meghan will be living together at Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace and her family are in the United States.”

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Not everything is that simple, though. Markle is also being prepared for life-threatening situations.

7 Brain Games That Will Keep Your Mind Sharp As A Tack

Most people would agree that playing mind games with your loved ones causes nothing but heartache.

However, playing these kind of mind games with yourself can actually strengthen your mind and even make you smarter!

Have you ever wanted to be ambidextrous? People who can use both hands equally well are known as ambidextrous.

If you aren’t naturally able to switch between both hands, learning how to use your non-dominant hand can result in increased brain activity.

Switch your computer mouse to the other side, start brushing your teeth and eating with your other hand. It can be tricky at first, but it will give your brain a great workout!

If you’ve never mastered the art of eating with chopsticks, this technique should definitely be on your list of brain-developing activities.

Teaching yourself how to eat mindfully not only helps you to focus on the details, but it also helps with digestion and calorie consumption.

This one should be done carefully – especially if you aren’t particularly good on your feet. Start by closing your eyes while you take a shower, or fold laundry.

This kind of activity forces your brain to use new neural pathways and stimulates your other senses such as touch and smell.