Queen Elizabeth and the royal titles, from William and Kate to Archie and Lilibet: this is how the Royal Family changes

After the death of the Queen Elizabethhere is that i real titles of the family undergo changes. The Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton from today they will be called respectively Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and Cambridge. The title that belonged to will be inherited Camilla,which, now, will become Queen consort of the King. Kensington Palace seems to be oriented along this line: the title of Princess of Wales is in fact too tied to the figure of Lady Diana, but further developments are still awaited.

Camilla, from lover to Queen consort: the parable of the second wife of King Charles III

Noble titles, so the Royal Family changes

Kate will also retain the title of Countess of Chester if William becomes Earl of Chester. She is now also the Duchess of Rothesay in Scotland, previously a title that belonged to her Camilla. William and Kate’s children became Prince George of Cornwall and Cambridge, Princess Charlotte of Cornwall and Cambridge and Prince Louis of Cornwall and Cambridge. Eventually they will become of Wales when (and if) William will be the Prince of Wales.

Likewise, Harry and Meghan’s children will become Prince and Princess for the first time. Charles, now a former Prince of Wales, a title traditionally assigned to the heir to the throne of the reigning monarch, will become King. And, according to the latest rumors, the proclamation should take place tomorrow. His title will then pass to William who, as heir to the throne, will have his son George as the third in the line of succession.

The road map

The Queen’s funeral is expected in ten days according to a schedule already established for some time. In the D Day + 1, the formal steps of the accession to the throne of the new king, Charles III, will take place. The Accession Council will meet at St. James Palace and the new king will be proclaimed from the balcony. Charles will deliver a speech and meet with the Prime Minister, the government, the opposition leader, the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Dean of Westminster.

In the D day + 2, the Queen’s coffin will leave Balmoral Castle and be transported to the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, her official residence in Scotland. The next day, D day + 3, there will be a procession from the palace to St. Giles’ cathedral, where a religious ceremony is planned, in the presence of the royal family. Thereafter the cathedral will remain open to the public for 24 hours to allow homage to the coffin, although the real funeral home will be in London. The new King Charles, who will have already received condolences from the Westminster Parliament, will also receive them from the Prime Minister and the Scottish Parliament.

In the evening of D Day + 4, the Queen’s coffin will be transported by train to London, where it will arrive the next day. On that day, Charles III will be in Northern Ireland for official condolences and a mass at Belfast Cathedral. In the following days Carlo will also go to Wales. The D Day + 5, the coffin will be transported to Buckingham Palace. From here it will be transferred to Westminster Hall, where the funeral home is scheduled to open 23 hours a day until the state funeral, which will be held on D Day + 10 at Westminster Abbey. The whole town will observe two minutes of silence. The queen will then be buried in the royal chapel in Windsor.

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Queen Elizabeth and the royal titles, from William and Kate to Archie and Lilibet: this is how the Royal Family changes


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