Princess Charlotte's royal title may not be awarded to her

the only daughter of William e Kate, to princess Charlotte, currently has the treatment of Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, but may in the future acquire another title. When Prince William becomes king, his daughter could be given the title of Princess Royal – which now holds the princess. Ana, only daughter of Isabel II – but for the queen’s great-granddaughter to one day receive the title, several factors must come together.

On Princess Ana’s last birthday, on August 15th, the date on which she celebrated her 70th birthday, the Royal House shared some data about her title. “HRH Princess Anne has been named Princess Royal, a title traditionally given to the eldest daughter of the Sovereign, since 1987. HRH is the seventh Princess Royal, after Princess Mary, the only daughter of King George V.”.

As Prince Charles, who is expected to reign after his mother, has only two sons, the next ‘royal’ to receive him should be his eldest granddaughter Charlotte when William becomes king. However, this cannot happen while the previous Princess Royal is alive, that is, if Princess Anne is still alive when her nephew ascends to the throne, she will continue to hold the title.

Despite being the eldest daughter of George VI, Queen Elizabeth II herself never received that title, as her aunt Mary still held it when the king died and Elizabeth was crowned.

Furthermore, the title is not inherited, it has to be the monarch himself who bestows it, so William may decide not to give it to his daughter, or at least not right after his aunt’s death. Princess Anne herself did not receive it immediately when it became ‘available’ in 1965 after the death of Princess Mary. In fact, he received it more than 20 years later, in 1987.

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