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From April 2015, widows who remarry, cohabit or form a civil partnership will be entitled to a pension for life.
One pal is believed to have said that it is only a matter of time until the couple, who are parents to Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, remarry.
He asked officials to remarry him and his wife so that they can have a happy family.
The dispute over remarriage dates back to May when a Cairo supreme administrative court upheld a first ruling to allow two Copts to remarry.
The Supreme Administrative Court on September 2010, fined Pope Shenouda III, the head of the Church, 19,500 Egyptian pounds in damages to another Church member who was refused permission to remarry after a divorce.
At issue was a 2004 law that restored DlC payments to veterans' surviving spouses who remarry after their 57th birthday.
Both the divorced and widowed who do not remarry show worse health on all dimensions," said Prof Linda Waite, from the University of Chicago, in the US.
And even if they went on to remarry, their rate of chronic conditions remained 12 per cent higher than among people who had stayed with their spouses.
I would welcome it being easier for people in a similar situation to remarry in church.
was divorced seven years ago without comment from the authorities, but when he informed his headmaster, Mr Joe Witherington, that he proposed to remarry, he was warned that he could be liable for disciplinary action.
Similarly, he can't understand why Juliet is reluctant to return his feelings, and why his father wants to remarry.
A passionate Christian who believes that strict adherence to Jesus Christ's teachings is sadly all too lacking in today's modern church; for example, the author points out that Jesus' saying "Whoever divorces his wife and marries another woman commits adultery against her; and if she herself divorces her husband and marries another man, she is committing adultery" implies that those who divorce and remarry are violating one of the ten commandments, yet most Protestant churches freely allow remarriage after divorce.