opened with the decision that defined her life: marrying a black man named Seretse Khama in 1948.
Seretse happened to be the heir to the Bamangwato throne in what would become Botswana.
In this space, she will share some of her experiences and (mis)adventures regarding various topics, but with special attention to travel, entertainment and lifestyle.
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Ruth wins Khama’s people all over with her simplicity and resilience, while Khama affirms his leadership among his people and also to the British.
The film could have given the couple’s relationship more emotional development, before their decision to commit and fight against the intolerance of pretty much everyone they come across.
Not massively extroverted, but I like a mix of chill time and exploring new places....
Grew up in London but spent most of my career as a geologist overseas which was both very exciting and...
But little did they know that it would have so many ramifications.
For over 16 years Country Living Magazine has been bringing together people of all ages to share their love of the countryside.
We have a fine heritage of successful match-making having launched the original, award-winning 'Farmer Wants a Wife' initiative back in 1999.
Since then, through the series in the magazine and the BAFTA nominated TV show, we have been bringing together happy couples across the country.
And we have an impressive track record of over 18 marriages and 24 babies born as a result of the couples who met through the campaign!