Duke of Cambridge is a hereditary title of nobility in the British royal family, one of several royal dukedoms in the United Kingdom. The title is named after the city of Cambridge in England. It is heritable by male descendants by primogeniture, and has been conferred upon various members of the British royal family several times throughout ...
Like her husband, Kate was given the title of the Duchess of Cambridge on her wedding day in April 2011. She became the Duchess of Cornwall following Queen Elizabeth 's death.
Upon her marriage in 2011, Catherine gained the style Royal Highness and the titles Duchess of Cambridge, Countess of Strathearn, and Baroness Carrickfergus. She was normally known as "Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge" except in Scotland, where she was instead called "Her Royal Highness The Countess of Strathearn".
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Catherine, princess of Wales, in full Catherine, princess of Wales, duchess of Cornwall and Cambridge, original name in full Catherine Elizabeth Middleton, byname Kate, (born January 9, 1982, Reading, Berkshire, England), consort (2011– ) of William, prince of Wales and heir apparent to the British throne.
Even though the 34-year-old—born Catherine Elizabeth Middleton—was married five years ago, officially taking the title of the “Duchess of Cambridge,” and dropping her maiden name (her...
Roisin Kelly Jan 8, 2022 We're answering all the biggest questions around the Duchess of Cambridge—from her early days with her family to how old she is to her relationship with Prince William....
KATE, DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE is the future Queen Consort and holds several honorary titles and even has a coat of arms. Here is a full list of the Duchess's royal honours and prizes. Express.
A duke or duchess is addressed as “your grace,” as is an archbishop, except for those royal dukes (members of the King’s family), who are referred to as “royal highness.” The distinction of being referred to simply as “your highness ” might logically be assumed to be that of the reigning monarch, but in Britain the King is only ...
KATE MIDDLETON is best known as the Duchess of Cambridge, but she also has two other official royal titles. By Rebecca Miller. 09:46, Mon, Jan 3, 2022 | UPDATED: 09:47, Mon, Jan 3, 2022.
The King and Queen Consort also hold the title of Duke and Duchess of Lancaster – an extinct peerage that was merged into the Crown by King Henry V but the Monarch retains the Duchy of Lancaster, an estate held separately from the Crown Estate for the benefit of the sovereign. The Duchess of Cambridge chose Sunny Yellow for Thanksgiving service.