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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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Queen's death at the ripe old age of 96, her cousin Prince Edward the Duke of Kent has taken on the mantle of oldest royal.The 87-year-old, who celebrated his birthday on Sunday (October 9) was born in Belgrave Square, London, in 1935.He is the son of Prince George and Princess Marina, The Duke and Duchess of Kent and is the grandson of King George V and Queen Mary, the Daily Mirror reports.READ MORE: North Wales council refuses to accept 'oppressive' William as Prince of WalesHis father died in an RAF plane crash in Caithness, Scotland, during World War Two in 1942, with Edward inheriting his titles of Duke of Kent, Earl of St Andrews and Baron Downpatrick.His life is not without intrigue either, having been educated at Ludgrove Prep School, Eton College, and then at the Le Rosey Institute in Switzerland before embarking on a 20 year military career.He is the eldest of three children, with younger sister Princess Alexandra born on Christmas Day in 1936 and his younger brother, Prince Michael of Kent, born in 1942.The Duke married Katharine Worsley on June 8, 1961, at York Minster and had three children: George, Earl of St Andrews, Lady Helen Taylor, and Lord Nicholas Windsor.They have no fewer than 10 grandchildren, including the Lord Downpatrick and fashion model Lady Amelia Windsor.One of the biggest scandal his immediate family have faced was the Duchess of Kent converting to Catholicism in 1994 which was a controversial move as Catholics are forbidden from being in line to the throne.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.In the Bill of Rights of 1689 Parliament declared that no future monarch could be a Catholic or be married to a Catholic and the law
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Prince Harry snubbed William and Charles at Balmoral after King banned Meghan
Prince Harry reportedly snubbed an invitation to dine with his father and brother on the night of the Queen's death after King Charles had forbidden Meghan Markle from travelling up to Balmoral with him.The Duke of Sussex wanted his wife by his side as members of the Royal Family converged on the Scottish estate to bid their final farewells to the 96-year-old monarch, who passed away on September 8.But Charles allegedly told Harry that it was "not appropriate" for the ex-Suits actress to join him and the subsequent argument is believed to have caused the Duke to have missed the flight that Prince William, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward boarded to see the Queen before she passed away.READ MORE: Prince Harry told to 'get a degree' as back up from Royal Family exit masterplanSadly, Harry missed out on seeing his grandmother alive one final time and, after his eventual arrival, according to a source for The Sun, he then refused to eat dinner with Charles, Queen Consort Camilla and William that night and shared a meal with Prince Andrew and the Earl and Countess of Wessex instead.The Sun's insider said: "Harry was so busy trying to get Meghan to Balmoral and rowing with his family that he missed the flight. Charles has an open invitation for Harry to dine with him whenever he is in the country."But Harry was so furious that he refused to eat with his father and brother.
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