Royal couple did not sign a prenuptial agreement
The royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton has created glowing universal attention. They have recently found themselves in the tabloids again, but for a different reason; no prenuptial agreement was signed.
This decision has been met with much skepticism as well as support. The critics are looking at the history of royal weddings which have ended in a divorce and believe that the right decision would have been to have a legal document stating the terms of a potential divorce. Supporters of this choice tend to lead toward the fairy tale aspect of this wedding. Their thought process is that the couple love and trust each other so much that they don’t believe a prenup is necessary.
Kate Middleton quit her job at her parent’s company back in January and is being solely supported by her now husband, Prince William. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are said to be blissfully happy in their new marriage.
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