Author: By Matilda Battersby
Twenty-four-year-old Claire Forshaw changed her name to Princess-Rainbow.com
earlier this week. She had previously been put off changing her name by her
boyfriend, 23-year-old Robert Morris, who had tried to dissuade her by
claiming it would cost hundreds of pounds.
?I knew that if ever I got the chance I would change [my name] to a web
domain, to hopefully become the first. My boyfriend has always told me it
cost hundreds of pounds to do, so I just forgot about it,? she told press,
?When I realised it actually cost as little as £10 my boyfriend said that
Princess-Rainbow.com was ideal for me because I am mad on rainbows!?
The Legal Deed Service says it ?firmly believes? the former Ms Forshaw is the
first person to change her name to a web domain. Princess-Rainbow.com, who
currently works as a care assistant, plans to use her namesake web domain
(which her boyfriend bought for her this week) to set up an online business
She?s not the first of the Legal Deed Service?s satisfied customers to hit the
headlines. Last November teenager George Garrat made the Guinness Book of
Records when he changed his name to Captain Fantastic Faster Than Superman
Spiderman Batman Wolverine Hulk And The Flash Combined, making him the
holder of the world?s longest name.
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