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Watch part 2 of my guide to learning to drive in the UK as a foreign licence holder. In this video, I discuss the final (and hardest) step towards getting a full UK licence - the practical driving test!

I explain what to expect on the day, as well as some tips of my own that helped me get through the 40 minute exam.

Watch the full video here: https://youtu.be/yP-Wx0tUbB0
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As an American driver, my licence is only valid in the UK for 1 year. After that, foreign licence holders need to acquire a UK driving licence. In this video I discuss my experience applying for a provisional licence, taking lessons & the UK tests [Part 1 of 2]
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We haven't posted a video in almost 2 months! In this brief life update we explain what we've been up to in that time and why we haven't been able to post as often as we would have liked.

More videos to come soon!
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In this episode of #AskBritishHusbands, we find out what Chris & Ashley make of American holidays such as 4th of July and Thanksgiving.

Its interesting to see the comparisons they make between American holidays and those celebrated in the UK, as well as the differences they've noticed too.

Watch the full video here: https://youtu.be/_eNJzIXr8q4
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As American expats living in the UK, one of the questions we hear most often from friends and family back home is, "Can you bring me back a British guy? I love their accents."

But since living in the UK, it has become apparent that there isn't just one British accent. Much like the US - it will very much vary depending on where you are. In this #AskExpatWives video, Jude and I discuss how we've adjusted to all of the different variants.

Watch the full video here: https://youtu.be/npi8n7zJiFc
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In this video, Chris tries a selection of American snacks, candies, drinks, cereals and more. Among the highlights are Twinkies, teriyaki flavored jerky and Hot Tamales.

What should Chris try next? Leave your suggestions in the comments below.
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It's always stressful to meet your partner's family for the first time, but even moreso when there are language and cultural barriers to overcome.

In the second episode of our #AskBritishHusbands series, Chris and Joe discuss how they were received into their new (foreign) families. Overall, both Chris & Joe fared well and were welcomed into their new respective families!

Watch the full episode on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/_m6Ej9rf40w
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The second episode of our #AskExpatWives series is out now. In this video Chelsea and LDR friend Chantelle discuss why it's so common for LDR couples to have two weddings.

From the reasons why multiple ceremonies are so common, to how to keep the days separate yet special in their own right and more.

Watch the full video on YouTube: https://youtu.be/qFvhCNAVSdc
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On Sunday August 7th, 2016 - Chris and I celebrated our wedding at The Alverton, Truro. Though we had already married in Bellingham on New Year's Eve, this was our chance to celebrate with friends, family and each other.

The whole day was captured on film by Ray McShane. From preparing for the big moment, to dancing late into the night - we're so happy to have this memento from a wonderful day.

You can watch the the full wedding video on our YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/asEU5u2utsA
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The first in our #AskBritishHusbands video. In this edition, Chris and Ashley answer the question: have you ever received negative feedback about your American wives?

While most people are generally supportive of our relationships, both Chris and Ashley have experienced negative comments about their decisions too. This is something that is, unfortunately, all too common when it comes to international relationships and marriages. The situations and contexts in which these comments arise is also often surprising.

Watch their answers, and submit questions for the next epidode here
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