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« Reply #140 on: September 21, 2013, 02:50:29 pm »

So what if they were, or certain members were Catholics? It's not a crime and who knows what anyone's private faith is anyways?. Do we ever really know?  easter-sly
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« Reply #141 on: May 12, 2014, 12:41:52 am »

I believe that Madeleine wouldn't become automatically a princess of GB if she married William, even if she's the daugther of a reigning monarch. She would need a letter pattent from the Queen creating the title for her... The same for another P HRH Princess of a deposed RF, I think...

You have the example of Prince Philip. He was a prince from a reigning RF and when he married HM he abdicated his greece and danish titles but he didn't became a Prince of GB, he was only HRH The Duke of Edimburg. He only became HRH Prince Philip (Prince of GB) when a letter pattent was published granting him the title.

Dang why PW and PM did not meet when they were single they could be a good looking  cousin couple
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« Reply #142 on: December 30, 2016, 11:05:34 pm »

Tradition and heritage are very important for Royals. They tend to get their names from ancestors.   
Prince Albert Victor Christian Edward was born on January 8, 1864. He was the oldest son of the future King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra of Great Britain. Against the wishes of his parents, Queen Victoria chose the names Albert Victor, after her late husband Prince Albert and herself.
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