Today, at a quiet private ceremony, my wife became british. I am now the only one in our family who is not a dual citizen. The ceremony was relatively short, included a bit of local history, pledging allegiance to the queen and country and finished up with everyone standing and listening to a recording of God Save the Queen.
After the ceremony, we were offered tea and a spread of cakes and shortbread.
In total an expensive process, but glad we have completed it now.Go Top