After the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the titles will also be given to the children of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, the son of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, should now be called a prince. Earlier Meghan Markle caused a scandal by stating that this title was not given to him because of his race. Accordingly, Archie’s younger sister Lilibet Mountbatten-Windsor should be given the title of princess, it is announced dailymail.co.uk.

Under the guidance of King George V in 1917 under the rules introduced, Archie and Lili, as children of the sovereign’s son, can use the title His/Her Royal Highness.

The eldest son of the new king Charles III prince william inherited the title of Duke of Cornwall, but the situation may change – Charles III may give him the title of Prince of Wales, which in 1958 received from Elizabeth II. In this case Kate Middleton will become the Princess of Wales. The last time William’s mother Diana held this title was when she was married to Prince Charles.

Camilla was also formally present Princess of Walesbut never used this title due to associations with Diana.

If Prince William becomes the Earl of Chester, his wife will be the Countess of Chester. She also already holds Camilla’s previous title of Duchess of Rothesay.

William and Kate’s children became Prince George of Cambridge and Cornwall, Princess of Cambridge and Cornwall Charlotte and Prince Louis of Cambridge and Cornwall. Eventually, they will also be given the title of Prince/Princess of Wales when William becomes Prince of Wales.

William and Kate have already added Cornwall to their titles. They became dukes of this county automatically when Prince Charles became King Charles III. So now William and Kate are the Dukes of Cornwall and Cambridge.

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