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May 6th, 2011 at 4:17:39 PM permalink
Quote: pacomartin

Ginger hair constitute approximately 4 percent of the European population. Scotland has the highest proportion of gingers; 13 per cent of the population has red hair and approximately 40 per cent carries the recessive redhead gene.

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May 6th, 2011 at 10:53:59 PM permalink
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It's kind of a stock response. If you go to a royalty blog someone asks this question about James Hewitt almost daily. Actually, questioning the paternity of a British Prince has a long tradition and was a major factor in history. They used to have a person observing the royal birth to testify that a baby was not switched if their was a stillborn.

Prince Arthur and Catherine of Aragon had observers on their wedding night, which was a big issue because later in life she claimed that she had never consummated her first marriage, and it should not be a factor in the request of Henry VIII for an annulment.

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