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'''Divorce''' was the legal dissolution of [[marriage]].
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'''Divorce''' was generally the legal dissolution of [[marriage]]. In the [[United States of America]], however, one could "divorce" one's own [[parent]]s. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Categories of Life (TV story)|The Categories of Life]]'')
   
[[Francine Jones|Francine]] and [[Clive Jones]] were divorced at some point after most of their children were young adults. ([[TV]]: ''[[Smith and Jones (TV story)|Smith and Jones]]'') [[Rory Williams]] once got [[Amy Pond]]'s signature on divorce papers, but the [[Eleventh Doctor]] arranged a reconciliation before he had an opportunity to file them. ([[TV]]: ''[[Asylum of the Daleks (TV story)|Asylum of the Daleks]]'')
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==History==
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[[Henry VIII]] divorced two of his wives, [[Catherine of Aragon]] and [[Anne of Cleves]]. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Roundheads (novel)|The Roundheads]]'')
   
 
[[Duggan]] used to do divorce investigations prior to his involvement with the [[Fourth Doctor]] and the [[theft]] of the ''[[Mona Lisa]]'' in [[1979]]. ([[TV]]: ''[[City of Death (TV story)|City of Death]]'')
 
[[Duggan]] used to do divorce investigations prior to his involvement with the [[Fourth Doctor]] and the [[theft]] of the ''[[Mona Lisa]]'' in [[1979]]. ([[TV]]: ''[[City of Death (TV story)|City of Death]]'')
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[[Prince Andrew]] and [[Sarah Ferguson]]'s marriage ended in divorce. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[Spaceport Fear (audio story)|Spaceport Fear]]'')
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In the late [[2000s]], [[Maria Jackson]]'s [[parent]]s, [[Alan Jackson|Alan]] and [[Chrissie Jackson|Chrissie]], were divorced. ([[TV]]: ''[[Invasion of the Bane (TV story)|Invasion of the Bane]]'')
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[[Francine Jones|Francine]] and [[Clive Jones]] were divorced at some point after most of their children were young adults. ([[TV]]: ''[[Smith and Jones (TV story)|Smith and Jones]]'') [[Rory Williams]] once got [[Amy Pond]]'s signature on divorce papers, but the [[Eleventh Doctor]] arranged a reconciliation before he had an opportunity to file them. ([[TV]]: ''[[Asylum of the Daleks (TV story)|Asylum of the Daleks]]'')
   
 
[[Kate Stewart]] was divorced. ([[TV]]: ''[[Death in Heaven (TV story)|Death in Heaven]]'')
 
[[Kate Stewart]] was divorced. ([[TV]]: ''[[Death in Heaven (TV story)|Death in Heaven]]'')
   
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==Other references==
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On [[7 November]] [[1987]], [[Pete Tyler]] was late to the wedding of [[Stuart Hoskins]] and [[Sarah Clark]] at [[St Christopher's Parish Church]], having been saved from the [[car]] that would have [[kill]]ed him by his [[time travel]]ing [[daughter]], [[Rose Tyler]]. In response to his late arrival, Pete's [[wife]] [[Jackie Tyler]] frustratedly threatened that there would be a wedding and a divorce on the same [[day]] if he was not careful. Ironically, Pete died later that day as he gave his own life to save [[Earth]] from the [[Reaper]]s. ([[TV]]: ''[[Father's Day (TV story)|Father's Day]]'')
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In [[2011]], [[Gwen Cooper]] revealed to [[Rhys Williams]] that one could divorce one's own [[mother]] in the [[United States of America]], which Rhys quipped was an example of Americans doing things better. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Categories of Life (TV story)|The Categories of Life]]'')
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*In [[NOTVALID]]: ''[[Whatever Happened to Susan Foreman? (audio story)|Whatever Happened to Susan Foreman?]]'', [[Susan Foreman]] is established as having married and divorced [[Temmosus Skyedron]].
 
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Divorce was generally the legal dissolution of marriage. In the United States of America, however, one could "divorce" one's own parents. (TV: The Categories of Life)

HistoryEdit

Henry VIII divorced two of his wives, Catherine of Aragon and Anne of Cleves. (PROSE: The Roundheads)

Duggan used to do divorce investigations prior to his involvement with the Fourth Doctor and the theft of the Mona Lisa in 1979. (TV: City of Death)

Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson's marriage ended in divorce. (AUDIO: Spaceport Fear)

In the late 2000s, Maria Jackson's parents, Alan and Chrissie, were divorced. (TV: Invasion of the Bane)

Francine and Clive Jones were divorced at some point after most of their children were young adults. (TV: Smith and Jones) Rory Williams once got Amy Pond's signature on divorce papers, but the Eleventh Doctor arranged a reconciliation before he had an opportunity to file them. (TV: Asylum of the Daleks)

Kate Stewart was divorced. (TV: Death in Heaven)

Other referencesEdit

On 7 November 1987, Pete Tyler was late to the wedding of Stuart Hoskins and Sarah Clark at St Christopher's Parish Church, having been saved from the car that would have killed him by his time traveling daughter, Rose Tyler. In response to his late arrival, Pete's wife Jackie Tyler frustratedly threatened that there would be a wedding and a divorce on the same day if he was not careful. Ironically, Pete died later that day as he gave his own life to save Earth from the Reapers. (TV: Father's Day)

In 2011, Gwen Cooper revealed to Rhys Williams that one could divorce one's own mother in the United States of America, which Rhys quipped was an example of Americans doing things better. (TV: The Categories of Life)

Behind the scenesEdit

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