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Subscriber Account active since. It's official: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are married, and the world is in love with the pair. Because it's no small feat to ingratiate oneself into the royal family, with all its strict protocol , and we can only imagine what a whirlwind their relationship has been for the American actress. Even under normal, non-royal circumstances, going out with someone from the UK isn't like dating a fellow American.
The dating culture there has loads of differences, and even though our countries share a common tongue no pun intended and a lot of history, these distinctions just might surprise you. Drinking culture is alive and well in both the United States and the United Kingdom.
However, according to BBC America , going on a date in the UK without having a drink is simply not done — and getting hammered is a common occurrence. Taking the new boyfriend or girlfriend home to meet Mom and Dad is a big dating milestone in the US, and nobody wants to get the thumbs down from their folks. In the UK? Not so much. When dating in the US, you might have to endure weeks of emailing and texting before graduating to phone calls and finally an in-person meeting with your love interest.
Brits generally take a different approach and only see one person at a time. The daytime environment makes it seem more casual and less intimidating for some. You meet their "representative.
Whereas British lasses will happily do, eat and drink whatever they want on a date, American women are much more concerned with appearances, and might opt for a dainty meal and maintain politically correct conversation to make the right impression.