Princess Charlotte has important title bestowed on her in 'fitting tribute' to her late great-grandmother - despite another royal being lined up for the role

Princess Charlotte’s new title, according to reports, is said to be one of the most senior awarded to a member of the Royal Family. The title in question, the Duchess of Edinburgh, would be bestowed on her for a very interesting and valid reason.

  • Princess Charlotte’s new title, the Duchess of Edinburgh, would be awarded in light of the Royal Family’s U-turn on primogeniture.
  • Despite this, it’s likely to be a source of some disappointment for the King’s younger brother Prince Edward who was expected to take on the Duchy.
  • In other royal news, Prince Harry’s unusual nickname for Kate Middleton revealed.

It was expected that the role, one of the most senior titles granted in the Royal Family, would be awarded to the youngest of Queen Elizabeth’s children, Prince Edward. However, the Daily Mail (opens in new tab) reports that a royal source told them, “discussions are underground, but the favored outcome for the King is that this title ought to go to Princess Charlotte.”

Princess Charlotte

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The source added, “it would be a fitting way to remember the Queen – who, of course, had the title Duchess of Edinburgh – and a way for His Majesty to honor the line of succession.”

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