Any citizen of Great Britain may be referred to as a Briton. The land area of Great Britain is 89,000 square miles (230,500 square kilometers), with an additional 5,400 square miles (13,986 square kilometers) in Northern Ireland, giving it one of the highest population densities in the Western world.
Although the country lies mostly at the latitude of Labrador in the western Atlantic, the climate is tempered by the Gulf Stream and does not have extremes of summer heat or winter cold.
Marriage in England and Wales is legally recognised in the forms of both civil and religious unions, and is open to opposite-sex and same-sex couples.
Marriage laws in England and Wales have historically evolved separately from marriage laws in other jurisdictions in the United Kingdom.
Though the United Kingdom is an ethnically diverse, social safety-netted, and economically stable place,many men from this country tend to be old-fashioned and it can be quite charming.
British culture generally places a lot emphasis on the idea of being “emotionally independent”, so these men tend to be independent in all aspects, and are strong-willed and able to cope emotionally - what woman wouldn’t want such a reliable partner?
The average age for first-time marriers is 32 for men and 30 for women.
The term "United Kingdom" normally is understood to include Northern Ireland; the term "Great Britain" refers to the island of Britain and its constituent nations of England, Wales, and Scotland but does not include Northern Ireland.Until 1920, Ireland was incorporated within the United Kingdom.Movement across the Irish Sea had existed since the eighteenth century, even among Ireland's poorest people.To be legally binding, they must take place with at least two other competent people present as witnesses.The marriage register is signed by the couple, the celebrant and two witnesses.