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Royal Wedding Fans May Get Their Very Own Royal Title (But There’s A Catch)

by Aly Walansky

They’re passing out real royal titles

We’ve all been obsessing a bit about the upcoming royal wedding, possibly due to our own obsessions with becoming princes and princesses. While for many of us that is unlikely to happen, a select few just got very lucky.

Highland Titles is gifting couples who happened to be named Meghan and Harry their very own one square foot plots of land from its nature reserve in Glencoe Wood, Scotland, and with that land comes the courtesy title of Lord or Lady. It’s not exactly the multi-million dollar great gift the Queen is giving, but it’s substantial in emotional and social value.

Recording of the Royal Wedding
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It’s more than the ego boost of having a royal title, Highland Titles also fund woodland preservation efforts. “We are very excited to be able to gift Highland Titles to couples named Harry and Meghan in celebration of the royal nuptials,” said Lord Stephen Rossiter, sales and marketing director of Highland Titles, in a statement to media. “Since the namesake couple understands and champions for the importance of land conservation and eco-friendly efforts, this is a great way for us to contribute to the global conservation effort.”

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Each couple will receive the courtesy title of Lord or Lady of Glencoe, along with a folder containing official documentation and a title deed for land ownership on velum parchment. Highland Titles’ plot sizes range from one square foot to 1,000 square feet and are available for purchase if you don’t happen to be named Meghan or Harry starting at under $50. Upon purchasing a plot of land, the buyer is then granted the courtesy use of Lord, Laird or Lady of Glencoe.

If you think you are an applicable  Harry and  Meghan, you can throw your hat in the ring to become honorary royalty and score side-by-side plots of land. Just email [email protected] with a copy of your  valid marriage license and a valid U.S. shipping address.

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