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Princess Charlotte Is Reportedly Getting a New Title That’s a ‘Fitting’ Tribute to Queen Elizabeth
, whom she affectionately knew as “Gan-Gan.” Royal watchers noted the physical similarities between the pair, but now their connection will reportedly be strengthened in a surprising, and meaningful, manner. King Charles III is said to be planning to bestow one of the Queen's titles, the Duchess of Edinburgh, upon his granddaughter as a “fitting” tribute to his late mother. The title—one of the most senior within the Royal Family—also reflects Charlotte's senior position as third-in-line to the throne, behind her father Prince William and , nine. The then Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince George, Prince William, and Princess Charlotte at the Platinum Jubilee.Though it was expected that the Earl of Wessex would inherit the title after the death of his father Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, the King has not bestowed it upon anyone, and rumor has it that he has kept the title for his granddaughter. A source told the , “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.”Prince Edward, Earl of WessexFrom her marriage until her accession, the late Queen was styled Her Royal Highness The Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh.
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Down to earth Princess Charlotte's favourite snack is 65p Aldi staple
Royal Family would have the most luxurious tastes and privy to the greatest personal chefs available.However, thanks to a revelation from Kate Middleton a few years ago, the public were stunned to find out that one particular item from Aldi that can cost as little as 65p was a particular favourite for a princess.Princess Charlotte is the one in question as she was said to "love olives" by her mother a few years ago and would eat olives when she was younger.READ MORE: Archie and Lilibet may 'choose whether to keep royal titles', expert claimsThe admission came to a shock to many as olives in particular are not a common snack for a child due to its bitter taste but it was certainly tasty enough for Princess Charlotte.Alongside the young princess' love of olives when she was younger, Kate Middleton admitted that Prince George and Charlotte, now aged nine and seven respectively, also enjoy common dinner-time foods such as cheesy pasta.According to reports from My London, olives can run as cheap as 65p from various supermarkets such as Aldi.It isn't just Princess Charlotte who's the only royal with a quirky food palette as another princess is said to have an unusual breakfast meal.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Anne, Princess Royal is said to reportedly have blackened bananas for her morning meals, according to former royal chef Darren McGrady.McGrady's revelation was certainly a strange one as he said: "Princess Anne almost always preferred her bananas almost black - overripe - because they digest easier."READ NEXT:Prince William 'made clear' to Camilla 'she's not step-grandma to his children'Meghan and Harry warned Princess Charlotte and Prince George will